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Exploring Hudson, New York

Whitney Lawson An example of the historic buildings found on or near Warren Street, in Hudson, New York.

Photo: Whitney Lawson

Despite a somewhat checkered past, this New York river town has undergone a renaissance since artists, gallery owners, poets, and other big-city émigrés have discovered its timeless charms.

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Destinations: Hudson

Inspired by: Hudson's Latest Act — by Alfred Corn, Published Jul. 2007

Hotels (4)

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    Inn at Hudson

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    Union Street Guest House

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    446 Warren Street

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    Country Squire Bed & Breakfast

    Originally built as a rectory, this restored Victorian inn with five guest rooms is within walking distance of Warren Street's plentiful antiques s

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Restaurants (4)

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    Swoon Kitchenbar

    Everyone goes to Swoon, to the point where it’s impossible to imagine the town without its pressed-tin ceilings and tattooed and eyebrow-pierced wa

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    Red Dot

    A diner serving comfort foods such as hamburgers and fish-and-chips. Book a patio table for a quieter setting.

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    Earth Foods

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    Ca'Mea Restaurant

Activities (10)

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    Richard Sena Gallery

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    Mark McDonald

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    Lounge

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    Carrie Haddad Gallery

    Haddad was a Hudson pioneer, planting Hudson's first gallery on Warren Street in 1991.

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    Botanicus

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    Art Design Digression

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    TSL

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    Olana State Historic Site

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    Hudson Opera House

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    Cedar Grove

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