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upstate ny: hudson

Truly a special little place, Hudson amazed me in every way. The one main street it has is lined with antique stores, furniture shops, art galleries, and impressive restaurants. You can’t enter even one place without commenting on its high-level of hip. Every single building has character inside and out, from eccentric owners displaying their extraordinary collections to the beautiful architecture that leaves you inquiring how much it’d cost to get an apartment in town.


Moto: café stocked with amazing coffee and baked goods that’s also a motorcycle shop

Café le Perche: great breakfast, brunch, and bloody marys

Patisserie Lenox: French bakery

Nolita Café: charming little place to grab a bite


Fish & Game: hip place for upscale food and wine

Ca’Mea: Italian rest nicely decorated with paintings on walls and easels

Swoon: cute place with a new-American farm-to-table menu

Crimson Sparrow: to satisfy your craving for Japanese food

William Farmer & Sons: rustic-chic, new-American, craft cocktails


Lick: deeelicious ice cream

Fresh Markets

Talbott & Arding: tiny gourmet grocery store

Olde Hudson: cured meats, cheese, and fruit

Hudson Famer’s Market: every Saturday morning


Back Bar: cool and funky

Ör: industrial-chic ambience

Near Hudson

Olana: 10 minute drive for gorgeous views and the eclectic mansion that Frederic Church lived in

Omi: small sculpture park 10 minutes away

Chatham Winery: 15 minute drive

Storm King Art Center: enormous sculpture park in between Hudson and the city—1.5 hours from both—surrounded in the most beautiful fall foliage

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