Hudson Valley Magazine July 2022

Our Best of Hudson Valley Winners in 2022 Are Here

Drumroll, please! We proudly present our latest and greatest winners just in time for you to include a few (or a lot!) in your summer plans. Restaurants, bars, galleries, concert venues, shops, and so much more!

2 Kingston Homes That You’ll Want to Call Your Own

Is the Calvert Vaux-designed abode with history or the charming Cape Cod-style property just outside of the city the one for you?

3 Mouthwatering Barbecue Recipes From Hudson Valley Restaurants

For your next Hudson Valley barbecue, wow your guests with a smoky tomahawk, creamy mac 'n' cheese, and veggie cured beans.

9 Hudson Valley Hotspots to Grab a Drink and Have a Blast

These Hudson Valley destinations give new meaning to the term "happy hour" with top-notch drinks and activities to match.

The Wooden Boat School Teaches Boat-Building in Kingston

There’s a special school in Kingston that will teach you how to craft a kayak, canoe, or paddleboard out of wood—even if you failed shop class.
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Garrison’s Historic Bird & Bottle Inn Reawakens in Putnam County

Dating back to the 18th century, the Hudson Valley hotel and restaurant comes back to life under the leadership of the team behind Wonderbar in Beacon.

12 Smokin’ Hot Barbecue Joints in the Hudson Valley

Barbecue lovers have it good in the Hudson Valley, with everything from saucy, smoky ribs to utterly scrumptious burgers.

Etain Health Leads the Medical Marijuana Industry in the Hudson Valley

Learn the inspiring story behind one Hudson Valley family’s major success in the world of medical marijuana through Etain Health.

Natasha David Shakes and Stirs Craft Cocktails From Red Hook

Five years ago, Natasha David moved her family from Brooklyn to Red Hook. Since then, she’s built roots, bars, and penned a cookbook all about low-ABV cocktails.

Step Inside Interior Designer Nicole Fisher’s Stunning Hudson Home

Fashion-stylist-turned-interior designer Nicole Fisher saw her family’s future in an 1882 brownstone that was once a YMCA. Behold the jaw-dropping transformation that happened in less than a year.
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