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
Lake Erie Wine Country, located in the largest grape-growing region east of the Rockies, extends roughly 50 miles from Silver Creek, NY to Harborcreek, PA.
From boutique wineries, distilleries and cideries, to charmin bed & breakfasts, great restaurants, bountiful farm markets and unique shops and sites, adventure is waiting all who travel the Tra
For those who enjoy finely-crafted beverages, Long Island is paradise.
Meet Me in Marlborough is a group of Milton and Marlboro farmers and business people united to promote local agriculture and tourism to our regional market.
Combining your two favorite loves in life, we’ve put together for you a little road trip that involves nothing but delicious ice cream destinations.
Minutes from Niagara Falls, and a short drive from Buffalo and Rochester, the Niagara Wine Trail is regarded as a new up-and-coming region, but the art and science of grape growing and winemaking h
The North Country Cuisine Trail winds through picturesque roads and quaint villages dotted with unique local businesses serving up extraordinary local products. Along this route, you'll drink in t
From craft beer to distillers and wineries, there is something for everyone in the Rochester/Finger Lakes Region.
A New York State certified Culinary Trail dedicated to creating distilled, brewed, and fermented beverages from locally grown ingredients exemplifying Schoharie County’s farm to table commitment.
Founded in 1986, the wineries of the Seneca Lake Wine Trail are real, local, industrious, and determined businesses that help sustain a beautiful and prosperous region.