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Visit Hudson: Our Guide to Traveling in Style

Looking for a fashionable day in Hudson, NY? Here you'll find a quick and easy guide to our charming little town. From fabulous neighboring shops and chic dining to taking in the beauty of our natural surroundings...there are plenty of enjoyable activities that'll have you never wanting to leave (hey, it happened to us!)...




Walk to the Hudson river - the waterfront is gorgeous and we have some of the BEST sunsets in the world

Visit art galleries - walking up and down warren street you'll see no shortage of art and furniture on display...some truly amazing pieces to be found.

Go hunting for antiques - also loads of shops on Warren, but you can even come across free items on the side of the street if you look hard! The Antiques Warehouse is where it's at, though

Shop local designers and check out the small shops along the main drag. Some super amazing finds, we assure you!

Eat local, seasonal cuisine and test out one of the many amazing restaurants all around 




356 Warren

A shameless personal shoutout, but if you are in town please drop by our pretty little Warren Street shop and say hello!

Nina Z

345 Warren

An expertly curated vintage shop with an eclectic mix of designer pieces and Nina’s very own designs. 

Nikki Chasin

553 Warren

Nikki Chasin is a New York based designer who just opened her flagship store here in Hudson. Her pieces are feminine and elegant without taking themselves too seriously.

Second Show

519 Warren

Second Show is a community volunteer-based thrift store full of hidden gems that benefits Columbia Memorial Hospital.

The Antique Warehouse

Door 21, 99 South Front Street

The end all be all for antique hunting, The Antique Warehouse is 40,000 square feet of antique furnishings of all styles and periods.

Behida Dolic

610 ½ Warren

Behida’s passion for millinery is undeniable. Her flagship store is a destination for anyone seeking poetic designs and expertly crafted handmade hats.

 The Quiet Botanist

445 Warren

Not just a flower shop, The Quiet Botanist is one of the most well known shops in town. Tucked away at the end of a small alleyway, this dried flower shop is a true Hudson treasure. Stop in to pick up dry sage bundles, dried floral decor, and so much more.


The Maker Hotel

302 Warren

The Maker Hotel is a must see here in Hudson. Newly renovated it boasts unique architecture and design, as well as three amazing on site restaurants. Pop into the European style Café for lite bites, pastries, and drinks. Enjoy a seasonal and locally sourced meal at the Restaurant or end the night with a cocktail from Juan Carlos and a late-night bite in the Lounge.

Lawrence Park

260 Warren

At any given night you are sure to find one of us sitting at the bar at Lawrence Park chatting with our friends. A husband and wife owned wine bar, this spot is our go-to for natural wines and expertly executed charcuterie boards.


347 Warren

Backbar is a Hudson staple. From their frozen cocktails in the summer, to boozy hot chocolate in the winter, this colorful bar offers the perfect atmosphere to unwind and let loose with your friends.

Feast and Floret

13 South 3d street

Brand new to Hudson, this Italian restaurant is already leaving its mark. Not only do they serve beautiful dishes, but there is a flower shop right inside the restaurant. The perfect place for a romantic dinner for two.

Farmer and Sons

20 South Front Street

Farmer and Sons is a well-known classic Hudson establishment. An inviting atmosphere and an exciting food menu make this spot a true standout.

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