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Hudson Culture


Hudson, NY is known throughout the Hudson Valley for its outstanding restaurants and fine dining! Below are just a few of the many fabulous culinary options available in Hudson. We recommend making a reservation ahead of time!

An elegant New American restaurant with an intimate atmosphere

Regional Italian restaurant with a Tuscan flair, with an excellently curated wine & cocktail list, and elegant decor.

Southeast Asian-inspired food featuring locally sourced, in-season ingredients.


Cocktails, Wine, and Beer are a big part of the culture in Hudson. Our town boasts many world-class sommeliers and mixologists.

A fun relaxing environment with a very imaginative cocktail list! 

Maximalist decor compliments exquisite cocktails! 

High-quality beers highlighting New York State’s finest malt and hops.

A modern Italian style wine bar with disco vibes and a vast wine list.


You can enjoy so much of what Hudson has to offer, even without a car! Hudson is a great walking town, with many wonderful things to do, all within less than 20 minutes from your stay!

Create custom luxury candles and fragrance blending; with a choice of candles, colognes, & perfumes.

The largest owner operated antique and vintage shop in the northeastern United States.

Local dive bar and pizza joint that hosts live music events, karaoke, and pool tournaments. 


Columbia County

History & The Arts

Hudson, New York boasts a rich history and vibrant arts scene that can be explored through its numerous historic sites.

A historic house museum and landscape. The estate was home to Frederic Edwin Church, one of the major figures in the Hudson River School of landscape painting.

120-acre sculptural and architectural park - about 20 minutes from Hudson. 

The historic arts center, featuring live arts and cultural performances from around the world.


Hiking in the Hudson Valley offers breathtaking views of the region's rolling hills, majestic forests, and scenic waterways.

Dropping in two tiers over 260 feet, Kaaterskill Falls has been one of the region's most popular destinations for centuries.

From 1823 to 1963 the Catskill Mountain House stood atop the Catskill High Peaks, overlooking the glorious Catskill mountains and vast blue sky. 

The highest waterfall in Massachusetts and a popular scenic destination. 

Out Door Activities

The Hudson Valley features many easy-to-reach destinations for unforgettable outdoor adventures. There are great options for all ages and abilities.

From leisurely paddles to more adventurous camping or whitewater trips, experience one of the best places to kayak in the northeast.

Hunter Mountain is considered a four-season destination in the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County, offering challenging terrain and trails for all skill levels. 

Located in the Berkshires, offering a diverse range of ski trails, snowboarding,  and other winter activities. In the summer, enjoy the scenic chair lift ride.

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