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The Victory Cup is excited to announce our partnership with Edible Hudson Valley Magazine! Edible works to transform the way our community shops for, cooks and relates to the food that is grown and produced in the Hudson Valley. They celebrate local, sustainable, seasonal, authentic foods and culinary traditions.

We will be working with Edible to take the culinary parts of The Victory Cup to the next level. We’re excited to announce the list of food tasting partners. This list continue to grow daily!

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Lead by Executive Chef Rich Parente and his wife Cassie, Clocktower Grill is an American restaurant celebrating America’s finest and local ingredients.

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My Brother Bobby’s Salsa

Do you love great tasting salsa or bruschetta? Try My Brother Bobby’s Salsa: they are a local manufacturer of award winning fresh salsas and bruschetta topping in the Hudson Valley since 1993.
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Maple Craft Foods is committed to helping families eat healthier, without sacrifice, while supporting local, sustainable farms and farming traditions. Stop by their booth to say hello and try some samples while you’re there.
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Henry’s at the Farm celebrates the legendary bounty of the Hudson River Valley, sourcing ingredients from local farms and artisan food producers and purveyors. They proudly work primarily with those who practice organic farming and humane animal husbandry – and this is why we LOVE them at Victory Cup!
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Get ready to be wowed by the “little granola company that could”..and DID! Over the past 9 years they have grown and expanded to stores across the United States, including Bed Bath & Beyond, and Hannaford Supermarkets.  It was this growth that led to a day of reckoning, “go big or go home” moment for our friends at Raspberry Field’s Farm. They chose to stay home to stay true to their original ideals and methods, while ensuring the highest quality and freshness!
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A new modern American restaurant, located in the heart of Danbury’s Dining District. They celebrate and encourage Local, Organic, and Sustainability harvested food. Be part of a progressive approach towards healthier and sustainable foods and restaurants in America.
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Located right across the Hudson River from West Point, Eleanor’s Best makes top rated, award winning jams and marmalade the way our grandmothers and great grandmothers made them – slow stirred in small batches. It’s the intense real deal of goodness.
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Chef Michael Cutney’s Italian-American roots influence the fun and casual approach to modern cuisine. The Twisted Oak offers a daily changing menu sourced from Local Hudson Valley Farmers making sustainable agriculture the focal point of the menu.
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Caffè Bon was founded in 2010 in Greenwich, CT and has since been featured in “Talk of the Town”, “Greenwich Free Press”, “The Daily Voice”, “The Patch” and “Greenwich Magazine.” Serving genuine Italian espresso, freshly made panini and homemade desserts, we will bring authentic Italian cusine to your event.
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Only the finest produce, the best quality meat, the freshest seafood, the most diverse grocery, and the best prepared deli selection would suffice. They also feature some of the most diverse craft beer and cheese selections in New York, with thousands of varieties that span every corner of the world. Whether you’re a worldly chef or simply a curious food aficionado looking to try the best of everything, DeCicco’s will always be your one-stop destination.
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Do you like pure maple syrup? Then you will LOVE Soukup Farms. This third generation family owned farm produces some of the best maple syrup.
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They live in Ridgefield, Connecticut and have been importing 100% pure extra virgin olive oil from their family’s olive groves since 2004. This family takes pride in bringing you 100% pure extra virgin olive oil directly from the village of Metamorfosi.
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Serving fresh, made to order breakfast and lunch 6 days a week. No microwaves, no deep friers. Everything is cooked or baked moments before reaching your table! Reverie Caffe is  health conscious and can accommodate different dietary needs.
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Mokomiya is Westchester’s Authentic Japanese Ramen Shop. When you enter the door, staff members yell out: “Irasshaimase” (“Welcome,” in Japanese). Make sure you checkout their Ramen of the Month!