Lil Deb’s Oasis – So many locals recommended this spot, so we knew we HAD to go. Lil Deb’s Oasis is a vibrant space with incredible service and delicious food. The menu embodies a tropical Latino influence with bold flavors and lots of fresh seafood. They had some great vegeterian options for me and it was such a good vibe overall, I wish we had gone a few times.
Le Perche – A incredible spot for croissants and french cafe inspired dishes!
Hudson Food Studio – A casual spot with Southeast Asian food, the noodle dishes are delicious and perfect for warming up on a colder day.
The Maker Cafe – We loved this spot for some afternoon drinks and sandwiches!
Aeble – A beautiful space with a menu full of comfort food.
Other notable mentions: Wm. Farmer & Sons Swoon Kitchen Rivertown Lodge
Leopard Tube Top
I highly recommend staying in one night and heading to the local gourmet grocery stores to pick up fresh ingredients to make yourself a spread of delicious food!
Gourmet Grocery Stores:
Olde Hudson – A dream grocery store for me! I fall in love with stores that are curated this well, Olde Hudson carries unique food products and fresh produce.
Talbott and Arding– A great spot to grab fresh pastries, quality cheese, homemade spreads or a quick lunch.
BackBar – Small bites, lively atmosphere and great indoor/outdoor space.
Hudson Wine Merchants – An incredible selection of wine to pick up and take home! The staff is so knowledgeable and we found one of our favorite natural wines from Italy there – Menti!
Supernatural – Definitely the best coffee in town!
Olde Hudson Cafe – Another great spot for coffee and a quick lunch.
Wooden Cutting Board
We stayed at a very cute airbnb called This Old Hudson. A two story house where you can rent the bottom or top separately, it’s a great airbnb with rustic vintage decor and located about 5 min away from everything!If you want to go the hotel route, I recommend Rivertown Lodge or The Maker.
Photography: Erin Leydon
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