Ellenville's Number 1 Trip Advisor Restaurant!

Third Annual Pinot & Mushroom Dinner Pairing

Third Annual Pinot & Mushroom Dinner Pairing
Friday October 24th, 2014 7pm-10pm

99 Bottles of Beer on the Bar, Aroma Thyme's 3rd Annual Grand Beer Tasting

99 Bottles of Beer on the Bar, Aroma Thyme's 3rd Annual Grand Beer Tasting
Sunday, October 26th 2014 1-5pm
We would never expect you to eat this shrimp, nor do we serve farmed Asian shrimp

Monday, October 20, 2014

Open Mic Night with Tony Moza | Friday, November 7th ,2014, 10:00 PM


What: Open Mic Night
Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville
When: Friday, November 7th ,2014, 10:00 PM
Details: Starts at 10 pm, come early to sign up!

Host: Tony Moza

It's Open Mic Night again at Aroma Thyme Friday,  November 7th ,2014 10 pm!!

It's that time of the month again, for the ever so popular Open Mic Night at Aroma Thyme Bistro. All are welcome to Open Mic nights. This has become a monthly tradition at Aroma Thyme for the past three years. We have seen some incredibly talented acts. We are constantly amazed from locals to people that travel up to an hour to perform. ...Of course we have our regulars, which we love. And there's always a new act of some sort to welcome each month.

Take a look at these past performers at Open Mic night:


The kitchen is open until midnight for everything from small bites to a full dinner. Plus the bar is well stocked with Small Batch Bourbon's, elegant Single Malt Scotch, almost 200 beers, over 250 wines and a trendy martini menu.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Third Annual Pinot & Mushroom Dinner Pairing | Friday October 24th, 2014 7pm-10pm





What: Third Annual Pinot & Mushroom Dinner Pairing

When: Friday October 24th, 2014 7pm-10pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

Details: It's our third annual celebration of fall wine dinner with Pinot Noir & mushrooms.  Pinot Noir & mushrooms are a match made in heaven.  Join us for this popular wine dinner, rsvp (845) 647-3000. $59 per person





Third Annual Pinot Noir & Mushroom Dinner


Isabelle & Denis
Burgundy, France
Roasted Oyster Mushrooms & Roasted Fennel
Herbed Goat Cheese
Mustard & Dill

Austerity
Santa Lucia Highlands, California
Lobster Mushroom Cutlets
Fava Bean Puree & Arugula 

Liberty School
Central Coast, California
Porcini Risotto
Roasted Garlic & Parsley

Leyda Classic
Leyda Valley, Chile
Roast Grass-Fed Strip-loin
Vegan option: Cowboy Spiced Tofu
Truffle Mashed Potatoes
Sauteed Miatake Mushrooms


Pinot Noir Cocktail

Chocolate Cherry “Cheesecake”

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Italian Craft Beer Dinner | Friday October 17th, 2014, 7pm- 10pm


What: Italian Craft Beer Dinner

When: Friday October 17th, 2014 7pm-10pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

Details:  It's time for Italian Wine to take a backseat.  We are showing off Italian Craft Beer at our next beer dinner.  Italian craft beer seems to get  lost to all the famous wine that comes from Italy.  Many people would never, and don't, know that Italy makes outrageous craft beer.  Join Chef Marcus Guiliano as he pairs Italian beer with Aroma Thyme's Green Certified© cuisine.

Many people think of Moretti (owned by Heineken)  and Peroni (owned by Miller) for Italian beer.  Those may be Italian indeed.   But Italy offers so much more on the craft beer scene.  The boutique craft beer movement has not excluded at all.  In fact it's stronger than ever.  In Mario Batali's Eatly Italian superstore, in NYC, there is row after row of Italian craft beer.

This dinner is five beers and four courses for $65. RSVP  to 845-647-3000.


Birrificio
Extra Hop Pilsener


Baladin Nora
Charred Cauliflower & Arugula Flatbread


LoverBeer
Beerbera Sour
Black Truffle Cheese, Grilled Bread
Red Wine Glaze


Almond 22 Pink IPA
Rosemary & Garlic Crusted Roast Pork
Roasted Oyster Mushrooms & Creamy Polenta


Birrificio del Ducato Verdi Imperial Stout
Dark Chocolate & Almond Torte


Aroma Thyme bistro opened in 2003 in Ellenville, NY, where the Catskills meet the Hudson Valley. Being green minded since day one, Aroma Thyme was the first Certified Green Restaurant© in upstate New York. Aroma Thyme has one of the best stocked bars with 250 craft beers, 250 fine wines & 250 boutique spirits.  The restaurant is all about supporting local, but beyond that they pride themselves in small independent brands from all over the globe.  This purchasing philosophy encompasses bar and kitchen alike.  “We want to help a family pay for dance lessons for their daughter rather than a CEO's third vacation home”, says owners Jamie & Marcus Guiliano.  Marcus Guiliano is an award winning chef who was named “One of the Five Top Food Activists Making a Change” from One Green Planet. This award, along with many others, is evident from the gourmet sustainable socially responsible cuisine Aroma Thyme serves. The restaurant has also been flooded with wards ranging from “Best New Restaurant”, “Best Organic Restaurant”, “Best Beer Events”, Wine Spectator “Award Winning Wine List” and Trip Advisors number one restaurant in their area. Aroma Thyme pleases carnivores and vegans alike.  There is plenty of options for every diet and taste.  Chef Marcus has several a great blogs that are a must to check out, ChefonaMission.com (his main one), NoFarmedSalmon.com (you will never eat farmed salmon again) and his award-winning business blog at 50Mistakes.com. Reservations are always accepted at (845) 647-3000. 

Thursday, September 18, 2014

99 Bottles of Beer on the Bar, Aroma Thyme's 3rd Annual Grand Beer Tasting | Sunday, October 26th 2014 1-5pm





99 Bottles of Beer on the Bar

Aroma Thyme's 3rd Annual
Grand Beer Tasting

Sunday, October 26th 2014
1-5pm

$29.99 a person


Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY 

Details: This is our annual grand tasting of craft beer at Aroma Thyme. 

This year will be better than ever!  We are opening some awesome 10 year old vintage beers!  This is the best deal of any beer tasting, festival or party.  Join us for an insane line-up of world class craft beer under one roof. Belgium, Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland, Brazil and all over the US.  

One low price of $29.99 gets you in to taste awesome craft beer. So join us for sure for 99 bottles of beer on the bar,"Grand Craft Beer Tasting".
rsvp at (845) 647-3000.


About Aroma Thyme www.AromaThymeBistro.com 
Aroma Thyme bistro opened in 2003 in Ellenville, NY, where the Catskills meet the Hudson Valley. Being green minded since day one, Aroma Thyme was the first Certified Green Restaurant© in upstate New York. Aroma Thyme has one of the best stocked bars with 250 craft beers, 250 fine wines & 250 boutique spirits.  The restaurant is all about supporting local, but beyond that they pride themselves in small independent brands from all over the globe.  This purchasing philosophy encompasses bar and kitchen alike.  “We want to help a family pay for dance lessons for their daughter rather than a CEO's third vacation home”, says owners Jamie & Marcus Guiliano.  Marcus Guiliano is an award winning chef who was named “One of the Five Top Food Activists Making a Change” from One Green Planet. This award, along with many others, is evident from the gourmet sustainable socially responsible cuisine Aroma Thyme serves. The restaurant has also been flooded with wards ranging from “Best New Restaurant”, “Best Organic Restaurant”, “Best Beer Events”, Wine Spectator “Award Winning Wine List” and Trip Advisors number one restaurant in their area. Aroma Thyme pleases carnivores and vegans alike.  There is plenty of options for every diet and taste.  Chef Marcus has several a great blogs that are a must to check out, ChefonaMission.com (his main one), NoFarmedSalmon.com (you will never eat farmed salmon again) and his award-winning business blog at 50Mistakes.com. Reservations are always accepted at (845) 647-3000.   

Monday, September 8, 2014

Oktoberfest 2014 in the Hudson Valley | Saturday September 20th to Sunday October 5th




What: Oktoberfest 2014 in the Hudson Valley

When: Saturday September 20th to Sunday October 5th

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY 12428
Details:
Octoberfest beers on tap, flights or paired with food.  Ayinger Oktober Fest-Marzen, Hofbrau Oktoberfestbier , Ayinger Celebrator & Harpoon Octoberfest

Enjoy German themed food specials like: Spatzle, Sauerbraten, Schnitzel, Local Garret Farms Bratwurst (plus a vegan one) & Sauerkraut

Visit www.AromaThymeBistro.com for more info. 


Oktoberfest - In September?
Oktoberfest traditionally starts in the third weekend in September and ends the first sunday of October.
What is Oktoberfest?
It began with the Royal Wedding on 12 October 1810.

Crown Prince Ludwig, later to become King Ludwig I, was married to Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen on 12 October 1810. The citizens of Munich were invited to attend the festivities held on the fields in front of the city gates to celebrate the happy royal event. The fields were renamed Theresienwiese ("Theres'a Fields") to honor the Crown Princess, although the locals have since abbreviated the name simply to "Wiesn". Horse races in the presence of the royal family marked the close of the event that was celebrated as a festival for the whole of Bavaria. The decision to repeat the horse races in subsequest years gave rise to the tradition of Oktoberfest.
The Oktoberfest continues in 1811
In 1811, an added feature to the horse races was the first Agricultural Show, designed to boost Bavarian agriculture. The horse races, which were the oldest - and at one time - the most popular event of the festival are no longer held today. But the Agricultural Show is still held every three years during the Oktoberfest on the southern part of the festival grounds.



About Aroma Thyme www.AromaThymeBistro.com
Aroma Thyme bistro opened in 2003 in Ellenville, NY, where the Catskills meet the Hudson Valley. Being green minded since day one, Aroma Thyme was the first Certified Green Restaurant© in upstate New York. Aroma Thyme has one of the best stocked bars with 250 craft beers, 250 fine wines & 250 boutique spirits.  The restaurant is all about supporting local, but beyond that they pride themselves in small independent brands from all over the globe.  This purchasing philosophy encompasses bar and kitchen alike.  “We want to help a family pay for dance lessons for their daughter rather than a CEO's third vacation home”, says owners Jamie & Marcus Guiliano.  Marcus Guiliano is an award winning chef who was named “One of the Five Top Food Activists Making a Change” from One Green Planet. This award, along with many others, is evident from the gourmet sustainable socially responsible cuisine Aroma Thyme serves. The restaurant has also been flooded with wards ranging from “Best New Restaurant”, “Best Organic Restaurant”, “Best Beer Events”, Wine Spectator “Award Winning Wine List” and Trip Advisors number one restaurant in their area. Aroma Thyme pleases carnivores and vegans alike.  There is plenty of options for every diet and taste.  Chef Marcus has several a great blogs that are a must to check out, ChefonaMission.com (his main one), NoFarmedSalmon.com (you will never eat farmed salmon again) and his award-winning business blog at 50Mistakes.com. Reservations are always accepted at (845) 647-3000

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Cider Sunday in the Garden With Cider Expert Jeff Russel from Rowan Imports | September 21st 2014. 12:30 pm to 5pm


Cider Sunday in the Garden With Cider Expert Jeff Russel from Rowan Imports

When: Sunday, September 21st 2014.  12:30 pm to 5pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

Details: Ok this cider event is one not to miss.  Join Cider Expert Jeff Russel from Rowan Imports (all they do is cider) for a education, walk around tasting and small bites. What a great day to spend a Sunday outside in the Hudson Valley.  Experience very unique, traditional and non-traditional ciders from all over, including some local ones. Cider is like wine, regions, apple varietal and the cider makers personal touch all influence the cider.  Experience all that and more at this event. This event is $19.99 and includes small bites and ciders.

Ciderie Nicol Rhuys – Keeved cider with secondary done in tank as opposed to in bottle. Slight earthy notes upfront, a lot of caramel, toffee on the palate

Freyeisen-  Small producer from Germany. Hay, red berries on the nose. Tart apple, strawberry on the palate. Force carbonated to 2.8 bars of pressure (just under 3 that would make us pay the champagne tax!)

Weidman & Groh Speierling – From 10 miles outside of Frankfurt. Originally a brandy producer. Speierling is a member of Sorbus Domestica ( looks like a cross between an apple and a pear.) Now only grown in Germany, the last tree was cut down in the south of England over 100 years ago.
     The fruit is blended with traditional cider apples to add tannic structure. Golden Fruit/ Golden Raisin, honey, baked apple on the palate. Great acidity.

Slyboro Hidden Star – Slyboro’s entry level. A blend of northern spy and liberty apples, from the oldest U-Pick orchard in NYS. A hint of residual sugar (35 g/liter) with a great acidity, and medium body.
  A little parmesan on the nose, red fruit on the palate.

Manoir de Kinkiz Cournaille  - From the AOP Cournaille in Brittany. Traditional keeved style. Brisket, peat smoke on the palate. A hint of residual sugar. Full bodied, great fall cider

Plus a couple of other ciders. 

About Rowan Imports:
Rowan Imports is NYS first cider specific importer. Starting with only a handful of Asturian Sidra, their book now includes over 50 ciders from around the world. The focus still remains on small terroir driven producers, making ciders through traditional methods specific to their home region.

    Jeff is one of Rowan Imports first employees. He was tempted away from the wine/restaurant world by Rowan, and the dream of bringing true cider to the masses.

About Aroma Thyme:
About Aroma Thyme www.AromaThymeBistro.com
Aroma Thyme bistro opened in 2003 in Ellenville, NY, where the Catskills meet the Hudson Valley. Being green minded since day one, Aroma Thyme was the first Certified Green Restaurant© in upstate New York. Aroma Thyme has one of the best stocked bars with 250 craft beers, 250 fine wines & 250 boutique spirits.  The restaurant is all about supporting local, but beyond that they pride themselves in small independent brands from all over the globe.  This purchasing philosophy encompasses bar and kitchen alike.  “We want to help a family pay for dance lessons for their daughter rather than a CEO's third vacation home”, says owners Jamie & Marcus Guiliano.  Marcus Guiliano is an award winning chef who was named “One of the Five Top Food Activists Making a Change” from One Green Planet. This award, along with many others, is evident from the gourmet sustainable socially responsible cuisine Aroma Thyme serves. The restaurant has also been flooded with wards ranging from “Best New Restaurant”, “Best Organic Restaurant”, “Best Beer Events”, Wine Spectator “Award Winning Wine List” and Trip Advisors number one restaurant in their area. Aroma Thyme pleases carnivores and vegans alike.  There is plenty of options for every diet and taste.  Chef Marcus has several a great blogs that are a must to check out, ChefonaMission.com (his main one), NoFarmedSalmon.com (you will never eat farmed salmon again) and his award-winning business blog at 50Mistakes.com. Reservations are always accepted at (845) 647-3000.    


Tuesday, September 2, 2014

All you can Eat Mussels & Belgium Beer | Sunday September 7th 2014. 12:30 pm - 5 pm


What: All you can Eat Mussels & Belgium Beer

When: Sunday September 7th  2014. 12:30 pm - 5 pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St. Ellenville NY.

Details: Belgium beer and mussels!  It’s a perfect match. We are doing all you can eat mussels for $19.99 Sunday Sunday September 7th in the Aroma Thyme Garden.  
Plus we are featuring a line-up of great Belgium Beers.  Beer is priced separately. 

RSVP (845) 647-3000

History and significance of Belgian beer

Beer in Belgium varies from the popular pale lager to lambic beer and Flemish red. Belgian beer-brewing's origins go back to the Middle Ages. There are approximately 125 breweries in the country, ranging from international giants to microbreweries. In Europe, only Germany, France and the United Kingdom are home to more breweries. Belgian breweries produce about 800 standard beers. When special one-off beers are included, the total number of Belgian beer brands is approximately 8,700. Belgians drink 93 liters of beer a year on average. Beer has been made in Belgium since at least the Middle Ages. It is believed today that beer was brewed at some monasteries during this period; however, no written proof exists. The Trappist monasteries that now brew beer in Belgium were occupied in the late 18th century primarily by monks fleeing the French Revolution. However, the first Trappist brewery in Belgium (Westmalle) did not start operation until 10 December 1836, almost 50 years after the Revolution. That beer was exclusively for the monks and is described as "dark and sweet." The first recorded sale of beer (a brown beer) was on 1 June 1861.

In Belgium, beer is more than just a frothy beverage - it is a culture. With over 450 different varieties, many Belgian beers have personalized beer glasses in which only that beer may be served. The shape of each glass enhances the flavor of the beer for which it is designed. This tradition may seem like behavior reserved for wine snobbery, but Belgians take their beer seriously - and with good reason. The country has enjoyed an unparalleled reputation for specialty beers since the Middle Ages. Connoisseurs favor Belgian beers for their variety, real flavor and character.

It is easy to see the depth to which beer has become one with Belgium's culture. What other country has a driving tour through the countryside called the Beer Route? After a day of castle hopping, visitors can stop by one of the local cafés to enjoy some chocolate with their beer, as their worries melt away. Whether you were visiting a brewery, sitting in a café or attending a festival, visitors will remember the first time they tasted their favorite brew.

About Aroma Thyme www.AromaThymeBistro.com
Aroma Thyme bistro opened in 2003 in Ellenville, NY, where the Catskills meet the Hudson Valley. Being green minded since day one, Aroma Thyme was the first Certified Green Restaurant© in upstate New York. Aroma Thyme has one of the best stocked bars with 250 craft beers, 250 fine wines & 250 boutique spirits.  The restaurant is all about supporting local, but beyond that they pride themselves in small independent brands from all over the globe.  This purchasing philosophy encompasses bar and kitchen alike.  “We want to help a family pay for dance lessons for their daughter rather than a CEO's third vacation home”, says owners Jamie & Marcus Guiliano.  Marcus Guiliano is an award winning chef who was named “One of the Five Top Food Activists Making a Change” from One Green Planet. This award, along with many others, is evident from the gourmet sustainable socially responsible cuisine Aroma Thyme serves. The restaurant has also been flooded with wards ranging from “Best New Restaurant”, “Best Organic Restaurant”, “Best Beer Events”, Wine Spectator “Award Winning Wine List” and Trip Advisors number one restaurant in their area. Aroma Thyme pleases carnivores and vegans alike.  There is plenty of options for every diet and taste.  Chef Marcus has several a great blogs that are a must to check out, ChefonaMission.com (his main one), NoFarmedSalmon.com (you will never eat farmed salmon again) and his award-winning business blog at 50Mistakes.com. Reservations are always accepted at (845) 647-3000. 

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Open Mic Night with Tony Moza | Friday,September 5th ,2014, 10:00 PM


What: Open Mic Night
Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville
When: Friday, September 5th ,2014, 10:00 PM
Details: Starts at 10 pm, come early to sign up!

Host: Tony Moza

It's Open Mic Night again at Aroma Thyme Friday,  September 5th ,2014 10 pm!!

It's that time of the month again, for the ever so popular Open Mic Night at Aroma Thyme Bistro. All are welcome to Open Mic nights. This has become a monthly tradition at Aroma Thyme for the past three years. We have seen some incredibly talented acts. We are constantly amazed from locals to people that travel up to an hour to perform. ...Of course we have our regulars, which we love. And there's always a new act of some sort to welcome each month.

Take a look at these past performers at Open Mic night:


The kitchen is open until midnight for everything from small bites to a full dinner. Plus the bar is well stocked with Small Batch Bourbon's, elegant Single Malt Scotch, almost 200 beers, over 250 wines and a trendy martini menu.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Crayfish Boil & Abita Beer | Sunday August 31st, 12:30pm to 5pm


Crayfish Boil & Abita Beer

When: Sunday August 31st, 12:30pm to 5pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

Details: All You Can Eat Crawfish Boil with organic corn (non-GMO) and potatoes $19.99.  Plus we are featuring Abita Beer from Louisiana. This is our most popular garden event, reserve early! 

RSVP (845) 647-3000


Monday, August 11, 2014

$25.99 Twin Lobsters & Smuttynose Beer | Sunday August 24th, 12:30 pm to 5pm



What: $25.99 Twin Lobsters & Smuttynose Beer

When: Sunday August 24th, 12:30pm to 5pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St Ellenville NY

Details: Twin Lobsters $25.99 and lots of Smuttynose Beer in our Garden. Smuttynose Beer will be available for purchase by the pint, flight and bottles.


This event will sell out super fast! RSVP (845) 647-3000.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Open Mic Night with Tony Moza| Friday,August 1st ,2014, 10:00 PM


What: Open Mic Night
Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville
When: Friday, August 1st ,2014, 10:00 PM
Details: Starts at 10 pm, come early to sign up!

Host: Tony Moza

It's Open Mic Night again at Aroma Thyme Friday,  August 1st ,2014 10 pm!!

It's that time of the month again, for the ever so popular Open Mic Night at Aroma Thyme Bistro. All are welcome to Open Mic nights. This has become a monthly tradition at Aroma Thyme for the past three years. We have seen some incredibly talented acts. We are constantly amazed from locals to people that travel up to an hour to perform. ...Of course we have our regulars, which we love. And there's always a new act of some sort to welcome each month.

Take a look at these past performers at Open Mic night:


The kitchen is open until midnight for everything from small bites to a full dinner. Plus the bar is well stocked with Small Batch Bourbon's, elegant Single Malt Scotch, almost 200 beers, over 250 wines and a trendy martini menu.

Monday, July 21, 2014

Avery Beer Dinner | Friday July 25th, 2014 8pm- 11pm



What: Avery Beer Dinner

When, Friday July 25th, 2014, 8pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St Ellenville NY

Details: Jamie and Marcus were just at Avery Brewing this June in Boulder Colorado. It's some brewery! We were able to get some Rufus Corvus for this dinner along with a keg of Maharaja! The dinner is five beers with four courses for $59 per person. RSVP to (845) 647-3000

Menu 

Rufus Corvus
Barrel-Aged Sour in Cabernet, Chardonnay and Zinfandel barrels 

White Rascal Witte
Mild Curry Cucumber Soup

Maharaja Imperial IPA
Chatham Sheep Herding Camembert
Organic Kumquat Jam

Hog Heaven Barley Wine 
Organic Apricot Braised Pork

Old World Porter Porter 
Tiramisu 

From the AveryBrewing.com:

Since 1993 our brewery has been committed to producing eccentric ales and lagers that defy styles or categories. Our products are thoroughly American at heart: blending Old World tradition and expertise with ingenuity, creativity and boldness.
We are dedicated to making beer from the inside out: we brew what we like to drink–with utter disregard for what the market demands– and search out fans with equally eccentric palates (We learned long ago that expressing your true self is much more fulfilling than giving in to outside pressures. Don’t you agree?) If you think your taste buds can keep up with our brews, we invite you to check out our entire lineup of more than twenty different beers.
Peace to all and follow your dreams!
The Avery Brewing Crew

About Aroma Thyme: www.WhereBeerDrinkersGo.com

Aroma Thyme has been the leader of the craft beer restaurants in the Hudson Valley. Aroma Thyme opened in 2003 with a firm dedication to true craft beer. “Since day one I have gone out of my way for great independent owned craft beer”, says Chef/Owner Marcus Guiliano. The beer list has grown to over 250 beers without the big brands that fill most restaurants lists. But it’s not only beer at Aroma Thyme, it’s all about having one of the best stocked bars with independent producers. The Bistro has an award-winning wine list from Wine Spectator Magazine. Aroma Thyme is Three Star certified green by The Green Restaurant Association.



Chef Guiliano has been an advocate for over 13 years on healthy, sustainable, local & real food. Zagat says “Stealth Health”. He found his mission in cooking when he reversed a handful of medical conmedical conditions including 28 years of asthma. For more information visitwww.chefonamission.com.www.aromathymebistro.com

Monday, July 14, 2014

Mac & Cheese in the Garden!!! Plus Christmas Beers | Sunday July 20th, 2014 12:30 pm -5 pm


Mac &  Cheese in the Garden!!! Plus Christmas Beers

Sunday July 20th, 2014

Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

It's our All-You-Can-Eat Mac and Cheese in our Garden for $19.99.  If you love Mac & Cheese then tis event is all about you! To RSVP call (845) 647-3000


Blue Cheese and Bacon Mac and Cheese

Chipotle Chicken Mac & Cheese

Smoked Gouda, Asparagus & Mushroom Mac & Cheese

Sundried Tomato, Basil & Peas Mac & Cheese

Plus we will have great Christmas Beers:
Brouwerij Corsendonk 2011                           8.5 oz.             
Brouwerij Corsendonk 2013                           25.4 oz.           
Anchor Special Ale 2012                                 50.7 oz.
Rochefort Eight                                               50.7 oz.

Brasserie Dupont’s Avec les Bons Voeux         25.4 oz

Friday, June 13, 2014

Two Roads Beer & Grill Night | Friday June 27th, 2014 - 7pm to 10pm



Two Roads Beer & Grill Night

Friday June 27th, 2014

Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

Join us in the garden at Aroma Thyme with Two Roads Brewery and Chef Marcus on the grill. $25 per person, rsvp (845) 647-3000.www.WhereBeerDrinkersGo.com www.AromaThymeBistro.com

Two roads Brewery

Three beers and a grill menu

Hefeweizen
Grilled Apple & Gouda Sausage
Arugula Salad

double IPA
Lamb Burger
Potato Salad & Organic Corn

Igor Stout
Chocolate Brownie Triffle

About Two Roads
Some look at the idle, old manufacturing buildings that dot the landscape throughout New England and see blight. When we saw the proud old “U.S. Baird Building”, we saw a beautiful symbol of America’s past manufacturing might, and the opportunity to revitalize a great piece of history! (Not to mention an ideal building for a brewery.) Two Roads Brewery has everything from a large tasting room to enjoy our beers, to enough space for events and private parties. We are open with some pretty amazing beers that will make it unnecessary to go down any other road for really good craft beer selection. - See more at: http://www.tworoadsbrewing.com/brewery/#sthash.2UuFG3lf.dpuf


About Aroma Thyme: www.WhereBeerDrinkersGo.com
Aroma Thyme has been the leader of the craft beer restaurants in the Hudson Valley. Aroma Thyme opened in 2003 with a firm dedication to true craft beer. “Since day one I have gone out of my way for great independent owned craft beer”, says Chef/Owner Marcus Guiliano. The beer list has grown to over 250 beers without the big brands that fill most restaurants lists. But it’s not only beer at Aroma Thyme, it’s all about having one of the best stocked bars with independent producers. The Bistro has an award-winning wine list from Wine Spectator Magazine. Aroma Thyme is Three Star certified green by The Green Restaurant Association.



Chef Guiliano has been an advocate for over 13 years on healthy, sustainable, local & real food. Zagat says “Stealth Health”. He found his mission in cooking when he reversed a handful of medical conmedical conditions including 28 years of asthma. For more information visitwww.chefonamission.com.www.aromathymebistro.com

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Crayfish Boil & Abita Beer | Sunday June 29th, Noon to 5pm



What: Crayfish Boil & Abita Beer

When: Sunday June 29th, Noon to 5pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

Details: All You Can Eat Crawfish Boil $19.99.  Plus we are featuring Abita Beer from Louisiana. This is our most popular garden event, reserve early! 


RSVP (845) 647-3000

About Aroma Thyme: www.WhereBeerDrinkersGo.com
Aroma Thyme has been the leader of the craft beer restaurants in the Hudson Valley. Aroma Thyme opened in 2003 with a firm dedication to true craft beer. “Since day one I have gone out of my way for great independent owned craft beer”, says Chef/Owner Marcus Guiliano.  The beer list has grown to over 250 beers without the big brands that fill most restaurants lists. But it’s not only beer at Aroma Thyme, it’s all about having one of the best stocked bars with independent producers. The Bistro has an award-winning wine list from Wine Spectator Magazine. Aroma Thyme is Three Star certified green by The Green Restaurant Association.

Chef Guiliano has been an advocate for over 13 years on healthy, sustainable, local & real food. Zagat says “Stealth Health”. He found his mission in cooking when he reversed a handful of  medical conmedical conditions including 28 years of asthma. For more information visit www.chefonamission.com.www.aromathymebistro.com 

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Father’s Day BBQ in the Garden & Belgium Beers | Sunday June 15th, 2014, 12 noon to 6pm


What: Father’s Day BBQ in the Garden & Belgium Beers. Don't stick Dad on grill duty- take him out for a delicious meal! Treat Dad to the Best BBQ and Best Belgium Beer on Father’s Day!

When: Sunday June 15th, 2014, 12 noon to 6pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St Ellenville NY 

Details: All You Can Eat Fathers Day BBQ, $29 per person, Kids $12.50.

Plus we are featuring Belgium Beers from the Artisanal Imports Portfolio.  This is going to be one GREAT Father’s Day!!!  Artisanal is one of our favorite beer importers.  They import great titles like, La Trappe, De Proef, Urthel, Bosteels, St Feuillien and many others. Treat Dad to the Best BBQ and Best Belgium Beer on Father’s Day!
RSVP (845) 647-3000

Menu from our grill in the garden

Burgers
Hot Dogs
Chicken
Potato Salad
Mahi-Mahi
Grilled Portabellas
Pasta Salad
Corn
Black Bean Salad

About Aroma Thyme: www.WhereBeerDrinkersGo.com
Aroma Thyme has been the leader of the craft beer restaurants in the Hudson Valley. Aroma Thyme opened in 2003 with a firm dedication to true craft beer. “Since day one I have gone out of my way for great independent owned craft beer”, says Chef/Owner Marcus Guiliano.  The beer list has grown to over 250 beers without the big brands that fill most restaurants lists. But it’s not only beer at Aroma Thyme, it’s all about having one of the best stocked bars with independent producers. The Bistro has an award-winning wine list from Wine Spectator Magazine. Aroma Thyme is Three Star certified green by The Green Restaurant Association.

Chef Guiliano has been an advocate for over 13 years on healthy, sustainable, local & real food. Zagat says “Stealth Health”. He found his mission in cooking when he reversed a handful of  medical conmedical conditions including 28 years of asthma. For more information visit www.chefonamission.com.www.aromathymebistro.com 


Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Free Balsamic 101 Tasting at Aroma Thyme | Thursday May 29th, 2014 at 6:00 pm


What: Free Balsamic 101 Tasting at Aroma Thyme

When: Thursday May 29th, 2014 at 6:00 pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro Garden, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

Details: Join us for free Balsamic 101 Tasting at Aroma Thyme. RSVP (845) 647-3000

What grapes are used
What is the certification for balsamic
What two regions can produce balsamic
The legal aging definitions for balsamic
What is must
Why is must added to balsamic
What are the different types of must
Estate balsamic
White balsamic
 Plus other vinegars like a Prosecco & Chianti DOCG vinegar


About Aroma Thyme: www.WhereBeerDrinkersGo.com
Aroma Thyme has had a Wine Spectator Award-winning wine program since 2003.  It has been their mission to source independently produced wines from all over the world.“I love wine” says Chef/Owner Marcus Guiliano. “I taste every single wine that I buy.  I want to make sure I know what we are representing.  I am constantly learning something new in the world of wine. 

Chef Guiliano does not discriminate regions or varietals.  There is a strong focus on New York wines.  Everything from South Africa, France, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, California, Austria, Germany, Australia and South America have a presence.  All prices ranges are represented. 

Besides wine, Aroma Thyme has one of the best stocked bars period.  The craft beer menu spans over 250 independent craft beers from all over the world.  The list has many hard to find and aged verticals of beers. Plus there are over 300 independently produced spirits.  “The extensive bar selections shock everyone.  We take a lot of pride in hand picking our wines, beers and spirits,” exclaims Chef Guiliano. 

Aroma Thyme is Three Star Certified Green© by The Green Restaurant Association. 
Chef Guiliano has been an advocate for over 15 years on healthy, sustainable, local & real food. Zagat says “Stealth Health”. He found his mission in cooking when he reversed a handful of medical conditions including 28 years of asthma. For more information visitwww.chefonamission.comwww.aromathymebistro.com.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Open Mic Night with Tony Moza| Friday,June 6th ,2014, 10:00 PM


What: Open Mic Night
Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville
When: Friday, June 6th ,2014, 10:00 PM
Details: Starts at 10 pm, come early to sign up!

Host: Tony Moza

It's Open Mic Night again at Aroma Thyme Friday,  June 6th ,2014 10 pm!!

It's that time of the month again, for the ever so popular Open Mic Night at Aroma Thyme Bistro. All are welcome to Open Mic nights. This has become a monthly tradition at Aroma Thyme for the past three years. We have seen some incredibly talented acts. We are constantly amazed from locals to people that travel up to an hour to perform. ...Of course we have our regulars, which we love. And there's always a new act of some sort to welcome each month.

Take a look at these past performers at Open Mic night:


The kitchen is open until midnight for everything from small bites to a full dinner. Plus the bar is well stocked with Small Batch Bourbon's, elegant Single Malt Scotch, almost 200 beers, over 250 wines and a trendy martini menu.

Monday, May 19, 2014

$8 Soft-Shell Crabs & Oskar Blues Beer | Sunday May 25th, noon to 5pm


What: $8 Soft-Shell Crabs & Oskar Blues Beer

When: Sunday May 25th, noon to 5pm

Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro Garden, 165 Canal St, Ellenville NY

Details: Kick off summer with $8 soft shell crabs and Oskar Blue Beer in the Aroma Thyme Garden. RSVP (845) 647-3000.

About Aroma Thyme: www.WhereBeerDrinkersGo.com
Aroma Thyme has been the leader of the craft beer restaurants in the Hudson Valley. Aroma Thyme opened in 2003 with a firm dedication to true craft beer. “Since day one I have gone out of my way for great independent owned craft beer”, says Chef/Owner Marcus Guiliano.  The beer list has grown to over 250 beers without the big brands that fill most restaurants lists. But it’s not only beer at Aroma Thyme, it’s all about having one of the best stocked bars with independent producers. The Bistro has an award-winning wine list from Wine Spectator Magazine. Aroma Thyme is Three Star certified green by The Green Restaurant Association.

Chef Guiliano has been an advocate for over 13 years on healthy, sustainable, local & real food. Zagat says “Stealth Health”. He found his mission in cooking when he reversed a handful of  medical conmedical conditions including 28 years of asthma. For more information visit www.chefonamission.com.www.aromathymebistro.com 

Lost Whisky Tasting with Andy Hogan | Wednesday May 28th, 6-8:30pm


What: Lost Whisky Tasting with Andy Hogan, World Whiskies Finalist Ambassador 2011

When: Wednesday May 28th, 6-8:30pm


Where: Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St Ellenville NY

Details: Taste three Scotch Whiskies from the Lost Distillery portfolio with Andy Hogan. $10 per person, includes small bites. RSVP (845) 647-3000

In the last century, almost one hundred of Scotland’s malt whisky distilleries have been closed or destroyed.
This accounts for nearly half of all distilleries that have ever existed in Scotland. Global economic downturn, over-production, world wars and prohibition have all contributed to the loss of so many distilleries.
As a result of all of these factors, many unique and venerable brands have been lost to the world.
Until Now
The Lost Distillery Company is an independent boutique Scotch Whisky company. We are obsessive about our craft and uncompromising when it comes to whisky quality. Our mission is to create present day expressions of legendary whiskies that belonged to the craft of whisky distilling almost a century ago.
There is no magic formula to what we do. We don’t have a warehouse full of old forgotten whisky, we don’t have a secret recipe or DNA analysis and we don’t have plans to reopen any of these lost distilleries. The answer to what we do lies in the history books…
The process begins with our Archiving Team led by Professor Michael Moss from The University of Glasgow. Focussing on the 10 key components that influenced the original character of these long lost whiskies, the Archiving Team play a pivotal role in evidencing how that spirit might have tasted when it was last distilled. While we could argue that there are a number of elements of the production process that are pivotal to the final taste of the whisky, we focus on what we consider to be the ten most important. Depending on the availability of information from our research, we are able to make certain assumptions as to what the profile of these whiskies might have been.
The 10 Key Components:
ERA – The date of the last distillation is critically important. As with most manufacturing businesses, fashions and processes change. Mechanisation brought increased consistency to the process, while expansion of the railways sponsored the construction of much bigger distilleries.
LOCALITY – Neighbouring distilleries may have used similar sources of water, barley and yeast. They may have shared expertise that still survives today in working distilleries.
WATER – A core ingredient used to make the spirit and also to dilute the product to bottling strength. Was the water soft or hard? What was the mineral content?
BARLEY – The most important aspect of the barley is the phenolic content. Where was the barley grown? Was it local? Which strains of barley were used? How consistent was the yield?
YEAST – Why is some sourdough bread better than others? Why do some bakers retain a starter dough for decades? Yeast matters in the process and ultimately has an impact on the final product.
PEAT – Was the malted barley peated or unpeated? How much peat was used and was it sourced locally? How did this translate to the phenol content of the finished product?
MASH TUN – What material was it constructed from? Was it open or closed, and how was the temperature controlled? Volatile temperatures would inhibit yeast activity.
WASH BACK – These would have been made almost exclusively from Douglas Fir; chosen for its straight grain and lack of knots. While some distilleries still use these, most have converted to stainless steel versions that impart no character to the product.
STILL – The shape and size of the still deeply influence the overall character of the spirit. For example, a smaller dumpy still will typically allow more contact between the copper and the spirit meaning that it produces a heavier, more viscous spirit.
WOOD – After production, what type of wood was used to store or transport the whisky to its destination? Did this have an impact on the final flavour? What did the barrel have in it before it was used for whisky? This would have had a significant effect on the whisky’s taste.

While these 10 key components are essential, it’s just as important to recognise what wasn’t in the whisky. A century ago there was no such thing as chill filtration or caramel colouring of the final product. That’s why, at The Lost Distillery Company, we don’t do either of these things today.
Following the detailed work of our Archivists, our team of whisky makers begin to interpret the research to pick out some of the eight key flavour nuances of the whisky:
Peaty • Floral • Fruity • Cereal • Winey • Woody • Sulphery • Fenty
The third part of our process is arguably the most interesting and challenging. We call this ‘The Debate’. Our Archivists and Whisky Makers, along with a panel of selected ‘noses’, attempt to bring to life the evidence before them. They create a blend of single malts from different distilleries and with different flavour profiles, tweaking the composition to sit easily with both the evidence of the archivist and the interpretation of the whisky makers. This process takes considerable time and experience but only when everyone is comfortable with the result does the whisky receive The Lost Distillery Company seal of approval – when we are happy that we have created a present day interpretation of that long lost whisky legend. 

WEEKLY SPECIALS

SUNDAY:
Save $6 on our famous Akaushi Burgers!
Plus it's vegetarian Day, save 20% on our ALL vegetarian entrees!
Please mention this promotion, we don't give it to everyone.

MONDAY:
Lobster Night!
1 1/4 Lb Lobsters $19.99!

TUESDAY:
Half Price Margaritas & Half Price Pitcher's of Sangria
Plus Kids Eat FREE!!! New Kids Menu

WEDNESDAY:
Closed

THURSDAY:
1 1/4 lb Snow Crab Legs $24.99 now $18.99
Live Jazz

FRIDAY:
Extended Happy Hour 3-6pm
Save on beer, wine & cocktail!

SATURDAY:
Canned Beer Happy Hour 1-5pm
Save $2 on all canned beers!
At our bar only


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