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33 Reasons to Visit New York's Hudson Valley

Number one? Our newest Country Living Fair, in Rhinebeck, June 6 to 8. Make a vacation of it with this mini-guidebook.
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Country Living Magazine • 20 weeks ago

Spotty Dog Books & Ale: Home to the Evans Hook & Ladder Co., the C.H. Evans Firehouse was built in 1889. Fast-forward to 2004, when a descendant of the original Cornelius H. Evans (a hobbyist brewer) converted the two-story space into an independent bookstore and beer bar.

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It's time to get ready for the Rhinebeck Country Living Fair! There's so much to do in the Hudson Valley! Here's a Travel Cheat Sheet. @Elizabeth Cassinos Living Magazine

Hudson Supermarket - Hudson, NY | Hudson's Warren Street boasts nearly 50 antiques shops, most stocking outrageously expensive finery, which renders the worth-it wares at Hudson Supermarket relatively reasonable. Other affordable outposts on the town's main drag: Fred E. Trout, Carousel, Fern, Henry and Warren Street Antiques.

Terrapin Red Bistro: Bypass the formal dining room in favor of the laid-back bar area at this converted 1825 church.

P.M. Wine Bar: Sophisticated yet unpretentious, this lounge resembles a refined hunting lodge.

Zaborski Emporium - Kingston, NY | everything from industrial cabinets to estate jewelry at decent prices.

Crossroads Brewing Company: Crossroads may supply pubs in the Big Apple, but it's headquartered in tiny Athens.

Otto's Market: Former Whole Foods exec Otto Leuschel channels a grocer of yesteryear at this four-year-old business, which took over a 1927 store and carries produce, jams, and eggs from community farms.