Smith Farms is a small fruit farm in the historic and beautiful mid Hudson Valley. Even though we are a smaller operation, by New York State standards, we do have over 10000 new generation trees and canes that offer their fruit for pick-your-own from June to late Fall.
The Museum of Firefighting is the nation’s foremost repository of firefighting history. No other fire museum or private collection in North America offers the sheer depth and authenticity of the wheeled treasure to be found in every corner of this remarkable public gallery in Hudson, NY.
Deep Roots Farm NY is a 12-acre farm located in Hudson, N.Y. - only 1 hour away from Albany and Westchester County. Our primary mission is to provide local communities with access to high-quality, nutritious fruits and vegetables through means of organic and sustainable crop production.
uarez Family Brewery is a mom and pop production brewery specializing in ales of mixed fermentation, unfiltered lagers and other crispy little beers. Brewer owned and operated.
Distinctive boxed collections, hand painted & sculptural truffles, and innovative flavors are all essential elements in Christopher Norman Chocolates.
Oak Pizzeria Napoletana is a cozy, all wood-fired eatery inspired by the south of italy and rooted in the farmlands of the hudson valley.
Philippe Soule Landscape Design has a style of bridging modern life and the natural world. Through simplicity and respect for nature.
David DeSantis Hand Forged Ironwork creates hand forged products using methods in keeping with the tradition of true blacksmithing.
Once Upon A Taco New Mexico Food Truck is a food legend in Hudson, NY serving freshly made authentic dishes from organic ingredients whenever possible.
The Hudson Standard aims to raise the quality of small batch cocktail bitters and syrups by featuring the pure flavors of the Hudson Valley.
Paula Greif is inspired by the work of 20th century studio potters: lucie rie, beatrice wood, mexican folk pottery & American stoneware bottles.
Shana Lee creates handmade jewelry in the Hudson Valley using ancient forging techniques that set them apart from other jewelers.