The Hudson House restaurant is situated in the former village hall and jailhouse in the quaint, but busy, Victorian village of Nyack, NY. Downstairs in our restaurant we serve lunch and dinner daily (except Mondays), and offer contemporary American cuisine.
The two erstwhile jail cells remain and house the wine cellar, and the walls and ceilings are covered in the original pressed tin dating from the 1800s. Upstairs, where the village judge held court, is an additional dining room available for private parties of any occasion. In warm weather, the large front doors open to sidewalk dining. There is also a back patio, for quieter "tête-à-têtes."
The Hudson House offers upscale dining in a beautiful atmosphere, at moderate prices. Executive Chef Christopher Dunn's creative daily offerings of fish, meats, pastas and poultry are fresh and innovative. Co-owner and baker Matt Hudson's desserts are renowned in the tri-county area. (Ask anyone about his Black Bottom Banana Cream Pie or his Butterscotch Pudding!)
Come to Nyack for a day of antiquing, lunch or dinner at the Hudson House.