Hudson City & Culture

Located two hours north of Manhattan, Hudson was a bustling major river port in the 19th century. The city of Hudson eventually became the third official port of entry to the United States. Hudson prospered for a century until the economy and the city began to decline and continued to do so throughout most of the 20th century. In the late 1980’s a resurgence occurred and interest in Hudson as a destination for fine antiques began to escalate. 



Hudson is home to some of the finest feed & drink in the Hudson Valley. Some of our favorites include Fish & Game (seasonal New American), Ca'Mea (italian), ÖR Gallery and Tavern (drinks & live music), The Crimson Sparrow (french, asian, amazing), Mexican Radio (right there in the name), American Glory BBQ (ditto), Oak (wood-fired pizza), Back Bar (drinks), Red Dot (drinks & american fare), MOTO (coffee), Rev (more coffee), and don't forget the Hudson Farmer's Market, every Saturday from 9am-1pm at 6th & Columbia.



In an around Warren Street you'll find some of the best shopping in the Hudson Valley. You can spend all day wandering in and out of the myriad of well-curated antiques shops, but here are a few other can't miss stores: Talbott & Arding (cheese and provisions), Hudson Wine Merchants (duh), The Spotty Dog (books and ale), Hawkins New York (this is where our linen bedding comes from, also beautiful home decor), MINNA (textiles & decor), 2 Note (bath, body & skincare; this is where our bath products are made).


Culture & Activities outside Hudson

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