Getting into your electric pouch or your bag amusement is like driving a Hudson small town on a West Anderson movie set, no less.
The city, formerly home to whales from the Antioch and Martha vineyards and growing into a whale center in the 18th century, has recently gained popularity in Brooklyn, New York. Among the traditional cafes and boutiques, Queen Anne's palaces and Victorian houses are still standing, and abandoned buildings in the city are visible, reflecting the remnants of the Hudson race. Columbia Street, formerly Diamond Street, was known for its gambling and prostitution in the early 20th century.
All of this messy and very low-key story took place in Hudson, which is very consistent and shows the ups and downs of the city.
Although popular in recent years as the Hudson Valley, the region has remained bohemian since the 19th century when it began attracting artists, creatives, and opponents. It is important to note that while the usual description of the area as a popular holiday for "New York residents" is clearly true, the view is clearly greater than Park Avenue.
Hudson is perfect in many ways for those who want to relax quickly and smoothly. It is easily accessible from New York City – 2 hours by car or driveway – but it looks green, open and historic. At this deceptive distance there are beautiful hotels and comfortable Scandinavian style rooms; Many delicious restaurants and bakeries; Art galleries and antique furniture stores make the city a mall.
Hudson is small as a city, but with a big curiosity, an open mind and a place to rest, and a desire to rediscover hidden things.
Note that although Hudson is not sleepy or slow, opening hours vary by location and most stores are open only Thursday through Sunday. Specify the working day and time of the planned trip.
What to do in the city:
Hudson is a great destination for anyone who wants to explore Hudson Valley and Catskill. Although small in size, it is packed with antique furniture, boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. Warren Street is the city's main thoroughfare.
Visit Finch Hudson, a shopping mall opened by Andrew Eric and Michael Hoffman. In luxury fashion houses, their years of experience are fully reflected in the combination of furniture – modern and antique – industrial, textile and furniture.
Modern Hudson has been selling medieval American, Scandinavian and European furniture since 1996. Although their products are available on 1stdib, it is worthwhile to visit city stores.
The Red Chair on Warren is a masterpiece of Swedish, Belgian and French archeology.
Access to humble Warren Street is easy, but it is a real treat in the quiet. Inspired by ancient pharmacists, this beautiful dried flower shop offers a variety of facial and natural skin care products.
If you want a little fashion, Nicki Minaj is a colorful and fun place to buy clothes and accessories that reflect the Bohemian spirit of the region.
Spoty Dog Books and Ale is a strange place. This independent bookstore is located at the former fire station and offers a variety of local beers, wines and snacks.
Where to eat:
Start your morning at Bradford, Warren Street Bakery, but be prepared to wait in line for a while if you do not arrive before the clock strikes. Everything about bread people is sticky, sticky and perishable. In addition to the first bite, think of the hazelnut moon of Queen Aman, with velvet chocolate infusion, or, surprisingly, butter – and perhaps sin.
It is a must have, for any Affiliate, promoting any program. Launched by Kate Arling, London's famous Niels Yard milk cheese, Mona Talbot, a former chef at Chess Pan, offers only coffee, pastries and sweet sandwiches, biscuits and bread crumbs. Choice of desserts. Meat that goes with cheese.
If you travel by train, you will see the Kitty Market Cafe, the first store you will see leaving the station. This is a place where life is good at any time of the day. Breakfast sandwiches are very popular, but fried chicken is part of that. You can order a whole chicken, a half or a quarter, alone or with a side dish. Cherry cake or coconut-almond carrot cake is hard to ignore. The restaurant will open soon. Check out this place.
Red dot Hall is one of the oldest restaurants in Hudson long before the city became popular with young and traditional villagers. Behind the restaurant is a nice courtyard with a nice yellow table.
A supernatural coffee that locals go to when caffeine is needed. In the morning you can order a cup of coffee cakes, muffins and sandwiches for cappuccino.
Traditional cream is an ice cream shop for sweet tooth, but be aware that their products are made with kefir, kambucha and other blended ingredients, so "culture" is organic. Suppose it is a home of cooked ice cream. (My kids didn't even try it when they saw Miso and others on the menu.)
Maker is a place to be trusted all day long. The beautiful European style cafeteria offers the best coffee, dessert and the best bakeries served daily at the Gant Bartlet House. The cafe has a nice lunch menu, but for a more formal dinner, set the table in a beautiful glass lounge at a nearby restaurant. This is my place when I need something simple but high quality.
Everyone goes to the Wunderbar Bistro, where most restaurants close on Mondays. This comfortable and living space offers a menu that everyone enjoys.
Where to stay:
Maker Hotel is definitely for travelers looking for luxury and style. The hotel Opened in 2020 by the founders of the international cosmetics company Fresh, it consists of three historic buildings. The 11 rooms are neatly and organically arranged in the 1800s garage, the Georgian palace, and the Greek Renaissance. The interior is dark and dignified, with a sense of history with a modern twist. European style cafes and restaurants offer great food throughout the day. The outdoor pool is the ocean during the warmer months, and the comfortable and extra interior is the perfect place to relax when the temperature drops. Do not miss a bar or gym, even if you do not drink or go to the gym – the guest design is a must see. And the juice bar next to the gym offers a wide variety of freshly squeezed juices.
Although there are several hotels in Hudson, only a few are available outside. When Amelia Hudson opened the magnificent Queen Anne in 2021, it had 8 bedrooms and a backyard. The service is small because code-enabled rooms are accessible, but there is a phone number you can call when you need something. Lack of service does not mean lack of quality. The walls are a masterpiece by Jean-Michel Baskett and Andy Wallhol. Mattress sheets and horse towels add to the luxury of your stay. Nespresso coffee machines, indoor muesli and bakeries are available 24/7. The pool is located in the gardens when the temperature rises and the stove is ready for a pleasant evening. The whole area and the library offer exciting workplaces, and the hotel often hosts cultural events, conferences and concerts with the nearby Bird College.
wm Pharma & Sons offers the Erbinibin comfort and convenience next to the train station with a boutique hotel. When he got home, he was playing the 60's song on Vintage Tvoli Radio. The bedrooms are simple but elegant with large four-poster beds, soft mattresses and antique furniture. Each class has different card and board games. The restaurant (open Thursday through Sunday) is open to non-guests, but offers a tasty but tasty menu. The sound of the train can be heard at night but there are headphones in the bathroom. Nice touch.
Riverside Lodge is located east of Warren Street. A.D. In the 1920s, the first movie theater, then the 40-year-old Motel, was rebuilt as a hotel. It still looks as beautiful as a motel on the outside. The decoration is minimal and there is no flash. The open-plan foyer features a cozy and comfortable wood-burning stove, a common kitchen, a full morning coffee and a snack bar throughout the day. You can rent beautiful Papilloner retro bikes to explore the city.
The options are endless outside of Hudson.
Olana, less than 10 minutes from Hudson, the historic home of Frederick Edwin Church, is one of the leading artists of the Hudson River School. This is a good place to start. In addition to its historical significance, it is also worth visiting the Hudson River and Catskil, as well as the spectacular views of the meditation area, in addition to its historical significance, which is often home to culturally enlightened people like Mark Twain.
Outdoor fans will find plenty of sidewalks, beautiful trails, and skiing on the Rap Van Winkle Bridge across the Catharsis across the Hudson River. Explore exotic New England cities across the Massachusetts border in less than an hour, such as Linux or Stokebridge. To see the many art galleries and museums in the Hudson Valley, art lovers must travel south along the river. Storm King Arts Center, Opus 40, and Dia: Beacon are worth a look.
20 minutes drive to Ghent Bartlett House. This magnificent bakery on Highway 66 was housed in a 19th-century building and was originally developed for a train hotel. It offers delicious bakeries and desserts that you can eat or take.
For the best ice cream, check out Fortune Ice Cream in Tivoli. Homemade with seasonal ingredients and Hudson Valley dairy products. Is a 20-minute drive worth one or two ice cream cones? That's what Food & Wine Magazine thought when choosing the best New York store.
Visiting the Red Hook, Bird College Campus will appeal to those interested in the arts and architecture. The Liberal Arts College combines Gothic and modern buildings with a priesthood. Check out Frank Jerry and Olafur Eliasson's True Parliament, a permanent outdoor installation center designed specifically for Bird College for art.