Taste NY Culinary Trail System
Find fun and new experiences by visiting New York's craft beverage and cuisine trails all across the state.
Cuisine and Beverage Trails
Dedicated to the promotion of craft beverage makers in the southern Adirondacks and northern Capital District. From craft beer, to distillers and wineries, there is something for everyone.
History, food and nature sprouts alive as the ancient Adirondack waterways forged the paths of the Native Americans, pioneers and lumbermen.
Traversing the picturesque Ausable River renowned worldwide for its trout fishing, this trail stretches from Lake Champlain through the foothills and High Peaks of the Adirondack mountains. This tr
Covering some of the most fertile agricultural land in Northern New York, this trail follows the steepest river in New York, the Boquet River. This trail is home to the largest collection of "new"
A collection of unique wineries, breweries, bed & breakfasts, attractions, shops, restaurants and spectacular scenery overlooking beautiful Canandaigua Lake.
Promoting the facilities of craft and farm-based beverage producers in the Capital Region of New York as a unified tourist destination.
Take a day or two to visit local wineries, breweries and distilleries in the northern Catskills region.
Welcoming visitors year-round, in the heart of the Finger Lakes is the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail, offering a unique blend of award-winning wines, scenic waterfalls, and local eateries.
From the eastern shores of Cazenovia Lake to the rolling hills of the Cazenovia country side, be prepared for a unique experience
Explore the 24 farm-sourcing restaurants, craft beverage producers and other snack and dessert vendors along the Central New York Food & Beverage Trail.