It seems that when the weather gets cooler, we then enjoy the simpler things in life. For me, I look forward to relaxing with one of my favorite blankets and books while sipping on hot chocolate.

Those extra warm cups of tea in the morning make the day smoother and delicious soup options warm us up on a cool night. For some reason, food does taste better when someone else makes it, go figure. Do you enjoy soup more during this time of year?

I have a friend who always says that her appetite changes with the seasons. I believe that we do change with the season, our mood, our perspective and overall days.

With supporting local business and staying warm this winter, we can make these next few months more enjoyable.

Here are a few places in the Hudson Valley that you can stop, slow down and enjoy a warm bowl or two of soup.

Bread Alone Bakery

Rhinebeck, Kingston, Woodstock and more Hudson Valley locations

Broccoli Cheese Soup With Cream And Red Leicester

Anything with the word bread in it, count me in. They truly have the most delicious sourdough and whole wheat bread options. Depending on location, Bread Alone has a good selection of soup options. It seems like you can spot them no matter where you are in the Hudson Valley. They also have new breads arriving when they re open their Boiceville cafe. 

Be sure to try their Cauliflower Cheddar soup and see the menu here.

Yum Yum Noodle Bar

Kingston, Woodstock, Redhook locations

Ramen noodles in soy sauce flavored soup.

Noodle Bars have grown in the Hudson Valley. I remember the first time that my friend brought me to one, I was pleasantly surprised of how tasty and flavorful they were. From noodle bowls to plates and starters, there's something for everyone here. The Coconut Curry broth is calling my name.

Be sure to check out their full menu for all of the locations here.


Howell's Sunflower Cafe

18 W Main St, Goshen NY 10924

Pumpkin and carrot soup with cream and parsley on dark wooden background.

Do you enjoy anything related to pumpkin spice? Whether it's cream cheese, muffins or even soup, being a pumpkin spice addict is a real thing. If this speaks to you, then you'll have to try the homemade Pumpkin Spice Bisque soup from Sunflower Cafe. They also have Chicken Barley for all of the non-pumpkin spice options. I love their fresh smoothies on site. 

Be sure to check out their daily soup options here.

If you would like to share your favorite soup spot, we would love to hear suggestions below. Enjoy

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