FARM | TABLE

 

Restaurants featured here connect with local farmers for sourcing local ingredients. Their strong partnerships with Hudson-area farms distinguishes their cuisine and strengthens community beyond the dining table.
Listed below each venue is a sampling of only some of the farms they work with - they actually work with many more.
*For hours open and seating for those featured below, please refer to respective websites.

 

 
 
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Hudson Food Studio

“Since opening day, the Studio has established solid relationships with local farmers and food producers to highlight the bounty of the Hudson River Valley. From incredible herbs and braising greens to tender lettuces and baby beets to succulent chickens, ducks and pork, chefs create menus based on what is available by these hardworking men and women.”

HUDSON FOOD STUDIO
746 Warren Street | Hudson | 518.828.3459

 

 
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Swoon Kitchenbar

“Their style of cooking, which layered complex flavors built around the freshness of locally farmed fare on the plate, would become Swoon's signature.” Evolution of a Vanguard: Crushing on Swoon in Hudson | by Sabrine Hrechdakian, Edible Hudson 2015

SWOON KITCHENBAR
340 Warren Street | Hudson | 518.822.8938

 

 
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Fish & Game

“If you're intrigued by the notion of a restaurant so dedicated to using local products that the chefs make their own fish sauce, their own Worcestershire sauce and spend the summer canning vegetables to use in winter, you'll want to eat here. Fish & Game does more than pay lip service to the notion of local food; they're serious about the whole notion of local, seasonal and nose to tail.” Farm to Table Squared | Ruth Reichl, 2015

FISH & GAME
13 South 3rd Street | Hudson | 518.822.1500

 

 
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Photo Courtesy: Mona Talbott, Kate Arding and the staff of Talbott & Arding Cheese & Provisions | Photo by Akemi Hiatt

Talbott & Arding

“From the beginning, their mission was to be an integral part of the Hudson Valley — to support nearby farmers and cheesemakers and create a spot for supporting and nurturing the community. ‘We wanted to create a business that reflected what was going on locally,’ says Arding. Being “close to the source mattered very much to us.” Talbott & Arding - A Hudson Mecca | by Hannah Howard, Cheese Connoisseur 2017

*Talbott & Arding specializes in food to take-out; there is no inside seating or dining in.

TALBOTT & ARDING
323 Warren Street | Hudson | 518.828.3558

 

 
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Lil’ Deb’s Oasis

“… An ongoing restaurant/ installation/ performance project, created by artist chefs Carla Peres-Gallardo and Hannah Black
… A community-centered space in Hudson, NY, that frequently collaborates with artists, galleries and and the like-minded :)
… Proud to be continuing the restaurant’s legacy of women-powered business, intending to move forth with the spirit of matriarchy.”

L’IL DEB’S OASIS
747 Columbia Street | Hudson | 518.828.4307

 

WORTH THE SHORT DRIVE!

 

BONFIGLIO & BREAD Athens, NY “Famous locally and abroad, this unmissable artisan bakery punches above its weight with hearth-baked, hand-wrought loaves, pastries, and an eat-in café slinging wood-fired bialys and pizzas.” Excerpt: Edible Hudson Valley
Photo Courtesy: Bonfiglio & Bread
BONFIGLIO & BREAD | 44 2ND STREET, ATHENS, NY 12015

benGABLEsavories Chatham, NY "Incredible sandwiches! They use really good bread, my favorite is the salami with roasted fennel, arugula pesto, parmigiano, and orange aioli. I also love their meatloaf. Ahhh ... what's also really incredible is their quiche. It beckons me!" Mary Young/Thompson Giroux Gallery
Interviews + photographs of benGABLE savories
BEN GABLE SAVORIES | 17 CENTRAL SQUARE | CHATHAM, NY

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