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A guide to orange county towns: warwick and sugarloaf

You’ll be hungry too, and as you might expect, food is yet another love language fluently spoken in these parts. Farm-to-table, fresh, savory fare is on the menu at The Grange, a chef-owned-and-operated outpost where James Haurey applies his creative chops to the finest local goodies in a frequently changing, always-inspired menu that is accented with bimonthly art exhibits, movie nights (Chew-n-View), and live piano music on Mondays.

At Noble Pies, Leslie Noble and Tom Herman are celebrating 10 years and 100,000 pies worth of fine artisanal baking this month. Combine your fondness for local suds with the deliciousness of local ingredients prepared New American-style and a beer dinner at Eddie’s Roadhouse, a laidback gastropub. And those are just three examples: your choices include classic and New American, fine Italian and pizza, Thai, Greek, Latin and more. Vegetarian and vegan-friendly places abound. Want to experience a creamery, an Irish pub, a European-style chateau, or just a darn fine taco? The Warwick Valley can fix you right up.