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), 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 (beautiful, modern 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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