Ellenville's Number 1 Trip Advisor Restaurant!

Monday, May 23, 2016

Soft Shell Crabs


Soft Shell Crabs 
May 29th @ 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM 
 Aroma Thyme Bistro
RSVP (845) 647-3000

Wines of Tabali


Wines of Tabali
Friday June 3rd, 7pm
Five Wines, Four Courses $55


TabalĂ­ was one of the first wineries to settle in the LimarĂ­ Valley. It´s one of the most promising valleys of the country and it´s located in the North of Chile. The proximity to the Atacama Desert and to the Pacific Ocean, as well as the presence of limestone soils, brings an exceptional and unique terroir, ideal for the production of high quality wines.


Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Singlecut Beersmiths Craft Beer Dinner


Singlecut Beersmiths Craft Beer Dinner
Friday May 27th, 7pm

Five Beers, Four Courses
$49 per person
RSVP (845) 647-3000

Aroma Thyme 
165 Canal, St Ellenville, NY 12428


Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Nurse's Week 2016 | May 1st - May8th, 2016



We are honoring nurses at Aroma Thyme for Nurse's Week. Share this with a nurse!
May 1st - May 8th

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Trail And Ale | Saturday May 7th, 2016


TRAIL  AND  ALE 
Saturday May 7th, 2016 @ 9:00am.

Next Trail and Ale, Saturday May 7th! Meet at Aroma at 9am. This is a 3 mile hike to another local waterfall. The first mile has a good amount of incline. RSVP (845) 647-3000. As always it includes a beer at Aroma Thyme after. Proceeds go to support the trails.

Friday, April 8, 2016

Father's Day BBQ | Sunday June 19th, 2016


Father's Day BBQ at Aroma Thyme, Hudson Valley

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!

Sunday June 19th, 2016, 12 noon to 5 pm

Aroma Thyme Bistro, 165 Canal St Ellenville NY 

All You Can Eat Fathers Day BBQ, $29 per person, Kids $12.50.
Plus we are featuring Belgium Beers  Maredsous,  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

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Trail And Ale | Sunday April 17th, 2016


TRAIL  AND  ALE 
Sunday April 17th, 2016 @ 9:00am.  

The next Trail and Ale is Sunday April 17th, 9am. It's a 3 mile very flat hike to a cave and waterfall. rsvp (845) 647-3000. Let hope spring is back!

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Mother's Day Mimosa Brunch | Sunday May 8th, 2016


Mother's Day Mimosa Brunch

Served 10am-2pm every Sunday
Mimosa $7 Orange or grapefruit 
Bloody Mary $9
Fresh Lambeth Grove Orange or Grapefruit Juice $5
Burrito $11.99
Pulled Pork, Scrambled Eggs, Black Beans, Rice, Cabot Cheddar & Salsa
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Seitan & Tofu Burrito 10.99
Tofu Scramble, Black Beans, Rice & Salsa
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 
Add Cabot Cheddar or Daiya Vegan Mozzarella

Lobster Benedict $25.99
Two North Atlantic Lobster Tails & Poached Eggs
Spinach & Hollandaise Sauce on an Ezekiel Sprouted English Muffin
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Scrambled Eggs $7.99
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Potato, 5 Spoke Tumbleweed Cheese & Vegetable Gratin 11.99
Eggplant, Broccoli, Asparagus & Mushrooms

Vegetable Omelet $10.99
Asparagus, Baby Bella & Red Onion Omelet
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Mushroom & Cheddar Omelet $9.99
Crimini & Portabella Mushrooms 
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Open Face Egg, Spinach & Goat Cheese on Crusty Bread Alone Miche $10.99
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Organic Scrambled Tofu, Mushrooms, Spinach & White Truffle Oil $8.99
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes

Organic Whole Grain Pancakes $9.99
Local Organic Maple Syrup & Wild Blueberry Compote
Made with all organic grains, Heirloom Einkorn Wheat, Buckwheat, Millet & Amaranth 
Try our French Press Coffee!
$3.50
SIDES
Apple Smoked Bacon $5.99 *No Added Nitrate & Certified Humane
Crushed Yukon Potatoes 4.99

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Catskill Brewery Beer Dinner | Friday,April 15th,2016

Meet the Wine Makers | Thursday,April 21st,2016

It's our annual Meet the Winemakers at Aroma Thyme Thursday April 21st, 2016. $25 taste wine from Italy, Spain & France plus food! Met and talk to the winemakers in a casual setting setting. Don't miss this fun night! RSVP (845) 647-3000.

Paint & Sip Night @ Aroma Thyme Bistro | Wednesday, April 13th,2016


Trail And Ale | Sunday, April 3rd, 2016



Sunday April 3rd, 2016, 9:30am

Meet at Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville, NY. Join Marcus for a hike on the Long Path/SRT from the top of Cragsmoor. This hike will be around 3 miles. The Long Path has breathtaking views in all directions. This is the location of last years forest fire.

RSVP (845) 647-3000
Aroma Thyme Bistro 
www.AromaThymeBistro.com
165 Canal St Ellenville, NY 12428
Contact us: info@TrailandAle.com

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Easter Sunday Brunch, Aroma Thyme, Hudson Valley


Easter Sunday Brunch Menu

Served 10am-2pm every Sunday
Mimosa $7 Orange or grapefruit 
Bloody Mary $9
Fresh Lambeth Grove Orange or Grapefruit Juice $5
Burrito $11.99

Pulled Pork, Scrambled Eggs, Black Beans, Rice, Cabot Cheddar & Salsa
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Seitan & Tofu Burrito 10.99
Tofu Scramble, Black Beans, Rice & Salsa
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 
Add Cabot Cheddar or Daiya Vegan Mozzarella

Lobster Benedict $25.99
Two North Atlantic Lobster Tails & Poached Eggs
Spinach & Hollandaise Sauce on an Ezekiel Sprouted English Muffin
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Scrambled Eggs $7.99
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Potato, 5 Spoke Tumbleweed Cheese & Vegetable Gratin 11.99
Eggplant, Broccoli, Asparagus & Mushrooms

Vegetable Omelet $10.99
Asparagus, Baby Bella & Red Onion Omelet
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Mushroom & Cheddar Omelet $9.99
Crimini & Portabella Mushrooms 
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Open Face Egg, Spinach & Goat Cheese on Crusty Bread Alone Miche $10.99
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes 

Organic Scrambled Tofu, Mushrooms, Spinach & White Truffle Oil $8.99
Served with Crushed Yukon Potatoes

Organic Whole Grain Pancakes $9.99

Local Organic Maple Syrup & Wild Blueberry Compote
Made with all organic grains, Heirloom Einkorn Wheat, Buckwheat, Millet & Amaranth 
Try our French Press Coffee!
$3.50
SIDES
Apple Smoked Bacon $5.99 *No Added Nitrate & Certified Humane
Crushed Yukon Potatoes 4.99

El Dorado Wine Dinner at Aroma Thyme | Friday, March 25th, 2016


It's not Napa,Sonoma or Lodi, it's El Dorado. And it's near all of them. About an hour from Sacramento or South Lake Tahoe and a little over two hours from Reno or the San Francisco area, El Dorado's wineries beckon visitors with a wide diversity of award winning wines, friendly tasting room staffs and idyllic views of snow-capped mountains and oak-studded foothills.
Our wineries are renowned for making vibrantly flavorful, distinctly delicious wines, grown in the dramatic elevations of the Sierra Nevada.
Four courses paired with wines $54
rsvp (845) 647-3000

Menu Lava Cap Sauvignon Blanc
Baby Greens, Blood Orange, Feta & Fennel vinaigrette

Lava Cap Chardonnay
Seared Scallops, Lemon pepper Butter Sauce 

Lava Cap Cabernet Sauvignon
Dry “Cowboy” Rub Roasted NY Strip
Red Wine Braised Tomatoes & Onions 
Potato Torte 

Fiddletown Zinfandel
Chocolate Fudge, Raspberry Coulis

Greek-American Heritage Month, Hudson Valley


Did you know March is Greek-American Heritage Month?
In honor of this cultural celebration, we are featuring some great Greek food specials.

According to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau estimation, there are approximately 1,315,775 people of Greek ancestry in the United States. New York has the largest number of Greek Americans.
The Greek-American community maintains particularly close ties with its homeland, with some immigrants trying to replicate the closeness of their own villages in the U.S.

For generations of Greek-Americans, preserving their culture, religion, and language has been a cherished goal.

Friday, March 4, 2016

Porters & Stouts, Drink Indy For St Patty's Beer Dinner​



Friday March 18th, 2016. 7pm

Aroma Thyme Bistro
165 Canal St, Ellenville, NY 12428
Five craft beers paired with food, $49. rsvp (845) 647-3000

Come celebrate St Patrick's with us on March 18th

A stout is made with dark roasted malts which results in a dark color and a roasted malt flavor. In mainland Europe they are usually termed "noir" (black). The word stout means strong, and was applied to strong Porter in the 18th century - most typically by Guinness, who were one of the few breweries to continue making such beers into the 20th century. Guinness is today the template for Irish or Dry Stout. Other stout variations are Imperial Stout, Foreign Stout, and Sweet or Milk Stout - as well as Porter, Imperial Porter, and Baltic Porter - and the related Mild and Schwarzbier.

Captain Lawrence Smoked Porter 
Smoked Black Bean Chili, Molasses Cornbread

Keegan Ales Mother's Milk 
Corned Beef & Mustard, Purple Cabbage Slaw 

Victory Storm King Stout
Caramelized Onions & Baked Brie

Oskar Blues Ten FIDY
Roast Striploin of Beef, Fig & Cacao Mole

Rogue Chocolate Stout
Fallen Chocolate Souffle, Coffee Cream
http://www.aromathymebistro.com/beer-dinnre-porter--stouts.html


Tuesday, February 2, 2016

TAP NY Craft Beer Festival Bus | Trip Sunday April 24th 12pm


TAP NY Craft Beer Festival Bus Trip

Pickup in Rock Hill (Sullivan County), Ellenville and Kingston.

Cost: $100/person

Monday, February 1, 2016

Pratello Wine Dinner| Friday February 26th 7pm



Pratello Wine Dinner

Four Courses paired with  Four Wines
$54 a person

Marcus and Jamie just visited Pratello Winery in November. And they are going to tell you all about their trip. The importer will be on hand to tell us more about the wine. For more inof visit http://www.aromathymebistro.com/pratello-wine-dinner.html

Menu

Chiaretto Rose
Fresh Mozzarella & Grilled Eggplant, White Balsamic Glaze

Riesling
Roasted Butternut Squash Bruschetta, Arugula Salad

Rebo
Slow Braised Boneless Short Ribs, Gorgonzola & Mushroom Risotto 

Lugano
Macapone Cheesecake, Roasted Apples


About Pratello:
The Farm Pratello is located in the hills adjacent to the Garda Lake on the Brescia side. It covers an area of 140 hectares of which 66 hectares are vineyards. Because the area is very hilly part of the holding is reserved for natural forest and the remaining hectares are cultivated with great respect for the environment with cereals. The experience of Vincenzo Bertola and the tradition of Dante Bertola mixed together with the expertise of the agronomist Paolo Di Francesco, is creating great products from these areas.
Each area has been carefully studied by our agronomist Paolo Di Francesco. He has made a structural analysis of the soil, the sun exposure and the microclimate in order to determine what is the best grape to grow while respecting the compatibility with the biological system.
The soil is moraine which is a stony and very loose soil type with some clay, ideal for the cultivation of the vines but with a very low profit per hectare but with great quality.
The fabulous climate of the Garda Lake is working as a thermal accumulator creating a microclimate that is very important for the maturation of the grapes.
All red grapes are grown in a valley around 180 m. above sea level and the white grapes on a gentle hill facing south and around 250 m. above sea level.
Certification under organic farming (Mediterranean Institute of Certification) over the whole area of the company.

About Aroma Thyme:
http://www.hudsonvalleysbestbar.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 visit www.chefonamission.com. www.aromathymebistro.com.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Chatham Craft Beer Dinner at Aroma Thyme | Feb 19th 7pm


Chatham Beer Dinner
Feb 19th 7pm
Five Beers, Four Courses
$49 a person
Join us for our February Beer Dinner at Aroma Thyme as we feature local brewery Chatham. 
RSVP (845) 647-3000

Menu

Local Hero Cream Ale 

Slip Switch IPA
Baby Greens, Honey Glazaed Almonds, Blue Cheese & Fig Vinaigrette 

Last Run Barreled Aged IPA
Beer & Brovetto Tilsit Cheese Soup, House Baked Pretzel 

8 Barrel
Seared Duck Breast, Roasted Cauliflower, Sour Cherry Glaze

Imperial Coffee Stout
Banana Bread French Toast, Caramel Sauce & Our House Peanut Butter & Brownie Ice Cream

We are always happy to accomadate special dietary requests like vegan and gluten-free. Please notify us when making the reservation.

First Green Certified© Restaurant in the Hudson Valley. Established in 2003 in Ellenville (Ulster County) NY. Featuring a New American menu with grass-fed steaks, seafood & vegetarian. One of the best stocked bars in the Hudson Valley with 300 craft beers, 300 wines & independent produced spirits. Hudson Valley Magazine “Best Of” winner 10 years in a row. Awards include: Best Beer Menu, Best Chef, Best Bistro, Best Vegetarian, Best of County & Best Wine List. Trip Advisor's #1 restaurant

Aroma Thyme's Cupcake & Wine Valentine's Day Pairing | Saturday , Feb 13th 1pm




A perfect Pair
Saturday, Feb 13th 1 pm
$25 a person
For Pettie Cupcakes paired with 
Wine or Craft Beer Tasting
RSVP (845) 647-3000

Mussel Bowl, Superbowl Sunday Party at Aroma Thyme | Sunday February 7th, 2016



All You Can Eat Mussels $21.99

Mussel Bowl is Back
All You Can Eat Mussels on Super Bowl Sunday
$21.99

Sunday February 7th, 2016
Noon to 10pm

It's back by popular demand! And it's all day at Aroma Thyme Bistro! Stop in before the game or join us for the game. And bring your appetite for Mussels.

Mussels with White Wine, Garlic & EVOO
Mussels Marinara
Green Curry Mussels

Call to make reservations (845) 647-3000

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Aroma Thyme Paint and Sip Night| Tuesday, January 19th at 6:30 pm




Come paint in the new year with a creative toast! 

Tuesday, January 19th at 6:30

$35 to paint

Food & Drinks available 

MUST RSVP to 845-647-3000

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Knee Deep Brewing Craft Beer Dinner | Friday January 22nd, 2016 at 7pm



Knee Deep Beer Dinner
Friday January 22nd, 2016
$49 per person, 7pm


Breaking Bud IPA 6.5%

Hoptologist IIPA 9%
Fondue

Midnight Hoppyness Black IPA 9.5%
Roasted Beetroot Salad, Arugula & Walnut Romano Pesto

Hop Surplus IPA
Roasted Brown Sugar Rubbed Pork Loin
Kale & Sweet Potato Rice Pilaf

Imperial Tanilla 10%
Bourbon Whiskey Panna Cotta
Almond Butter Drizzle

RSVP (845) 647-3000

We are happy to accommodate special dietary requests

Knee Deep Brewing Company was founded in Nevada in June 2010 by brewmaster Jeremy Warren. For the first few months of operation, Knee Deep was “contract brewing” beer at Mt. Tallac Brewing in beautiful Lake Tahoe and selling kegs exclusively into the Northern Nevada (Reno) market.  In September 2010, Jeremy and Jerry Moore (our CEO & Janitor) met, sampled a few of Jeremy’s creations and ultimately agreed to work together to get more than “Knee Deep” in a premium craft beer brewery. For the remainder of 2010, Knee Deep Brewing Company continued to “contract brew” and sell kegs in Northern Nevada.
In the first quarter of 2011, the company reached an agreement to lease the former Beermann’s Brewery in Lincoln, CA.  During the renovation and startup phase, Knee Deep’s beers continued to be contract brewed in another brewery in California.  In May 2011, our first batch of beer was brewed in our Lincoln brewery.  Over time we phased out the contract brewing and eventually all our beers were brewed at our Lincoln facility.  At that time we had two UC Davis trained brewers operating 7 days a week. At first, our beers could be found throughout California and also in Arizona, Nevada, Ohio and Idaho.  In 2012 we had started our “Loading Dock Friday Growler Sales”, where it was possible to purchase a growler of the freshest possible Knee Deep beer directly from the brewery.  Growler sales were, as described, conducted at the loading dock.
Knee Deep Brewing’s brews have received several awards; most notably our Hoptologist DIPA took the Gold Medal in 2013 at The Bistro 14th Annual DIPA Festival. Knee Deep Brewing Company has a rapidly growing reputation and we are becoming known for our unique blends and creative outlook on brewing.  We take pride in our reputation and strive to continue brewing outstanding craft beers.
Fast forward to 2015, Knee Deep beers are now brewed in our new 28,000 square foot facility in Auburn, CA. Our 15 barrel brew house has been replaced with a 40 barrel 4 vessel system. Our 15 barrel fermenters are no more and we now ferment our beers in 60, 90 and 120 barrel tanks. Our year round offerings now total 14 and we also produce special releases and seasonal beers. We are currently in the process of barrel aging a limited quantity of specialty beers, which are periodically released in our taproom. “Loading Dock Fridays” are gone as well. Instead of standing outdoors (rain or shine) to purchase a growler of our beer, visitors can now purchase growlers, crowlers or bottles in our new tasting room, which is larger than our previous Lincoln brewery. Our tasting room offers an unobstructed view of brewery operations, and guests can enjoy samples of our beer while watching us brew, filter or even bottle the finished product. Our current brewmaster, Dean Roberts, has been with us for 3 ½ years and is continuing our tradition of brewing only the finest craft beers.
We have added the states of Michigan, North Carolina, New York, Hawaii, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Oregon. Alberta and British Columbia in Canada have also been added to our distribution network with more to come in 2016. The one thing that will not change at Knee Deep is the quality of our product. We continue to brew great beer and receive recognition and awards both locally and nationally.
Cheers!


Aroma Thyme Bistro
165 Canal St
Ellenville NY 12428

Monday, December 28, 2015

Australian Wine Dinner | Aroma Thyme Bistro | Hudson Valley Restaurant


Australian Wine Dinner
January 29th, 2016

Four course paired wine dinner
$54 per person






Frisk, Victoria Prickly Riesling
Grilled Prawn Cocktail, Kiwi Curry Salsa

GSM Barossa Valley Estate
Creamy Macadamia Nut & Roasted Tomato Soup

Shiraz Barossa Valley Estate
Slow Braised Lamb Shank, Tomatoes, Pineapple,
Roasted Potato Hash

Innocent Bystander
Yarra Valley Pink Moscato
Coconut Pavlova Cake, Winter Berries

RSVP (845) 647-3000

Australia is not only known for its wildlife and nature’s spectacles. It is also famous for its wine, which is sophisticated, elegant and made of high quality grapes. In fact, Australia is the fourth largest wine exporter in the world, thus no wonder Australian wine is an invaluable part of liquor stores in many countries. This is due to unique wine flavours which are a result of distinct wine regions.
But world is not the only one that has acknowledged the beauty of Australian wine. We, as a nation, are recognising all the positive characteristics of our wines as well. Did you know that wine is becoming the drink of choice for many?
Here are few more facts about Australian wine industry that may interest you.
Australia produces more than 1 billion liters of wine each year.
Australia is home to some of the world’s oldest vineyards, which date back to 1850.
The first wine production in Australia was in 1788.
Most popular Australian wine regions are: Barossa Valley, Yarra Valley, McLaren Vale, Hunter Valley, Tamar Valley and Margaret river.
Australia’s oldest wine region is Barossa Valley.
Many Australian vineyards have become major tourist destinations as a result of the increasing wine popularity. These wine tourist destinations also contribute to increasing online wine sales Australia.
Wines from different vineyards feature one-of-a-kind characteristics and are in some sense, trademarks of each wine region. The uniqueness of every climate determines the taste note of each wine. Thus, each region is known for producing certain type of wine.
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