Home to wonderful galleries, antique shops, and restaurants, this upstate town has led the way for many other small towns along the Hudson River. Always full of excitement and creativity, Hudson never disappoints.
In December 2002, Dan & Susan Gibson cashed in their corporate lives and started Grazin‘ Angus Acres (GAA) in Ghent, NY (Columbia County). The 500 acre farm quickly built a grass-fed & finished Black Angus herd employing a holistic, synergistic, rotational grazing system combined with numerous egg mobiles to produce great tasting and healthy animal proteins while also restoring the land. Today there are 300 head of pure-bred Black Angus beef cattle and 9 large egg mobiles (1000 heritage laying hens). The ...
FINCH hudson….. a unique and expertly curated collection of vintage and modern goods for the home - a spirit of timelessness and quality that combines the Hudson Valley’s centuries long tradition of local goods made by hand and made well with a spirit of space and living...not tethered to a single time or specific fashion.
Its an understanding that a lifestyle is a collection that implicitly values the modern’s place with the ...
If you’re ever in Hudson you MUST go to this incredible little cheese and provisions shop. Not only do they have one of the best selections of curated artisanal cheeses I’ve ever seen, their sandwiches are absolutely delicious. They have amazing baked goods and salads, and their prepared foods are excellent, too. Everything is so thoughtfully done; you can tell a lot of love goes into it. Katie Lydon
I like to stop at Talbott and Arding to pick up some culinary hors d’oeuvres for our dinner at home. David Mann
I love finding sources for local Hudson Valley cheese, this one is the best!
If you're looking to up you're cheese board game, Talbott and Arding in Hudson is your place. it has many locally made cheeses, preserves, crackers, and cookies, with a friendly staff that can help assemble a perfect board. Ana Hito
So many special original products come out of their market. I never go to Hudson without stopping there to stock up. Michael Bruno
"Walkway Over the Hudson is on my bucket list. I plan to take it on this summer and instinct tells me that early morning would be the best time to enjoy the majestic spectacle of the mighty river." Karen Klopp
"Not to be missed is the recently constructed round barn at the Churchtown Dairy funded by Abby Rockefeller. There’s a small farm store that sells meats and yummy cheeses made onsite, as well as and raw milk. That’s it. There’s a medicinal garden and handsome critters. One is free to roam about and I would definitely recommend doing so."
“We are still waiting for a favorite restaurant west of the Hudson but for now, we tend to cross the river to this eccentric happy tiny place. A true oasis of realness serving yummy Latin staples with a smile.” Juan Carretero