National Geographic’s Drives of a Lifetime includes a Hudson Valley tour — the road trip starts in “the funky town of Nyack,” goes north up to Kingston, then crosses the river to go back down to Tarrytown. 210 miles of gorgeous Hudson Valley towns and views. Perfect for your next long weekend! (Though you may not want to leave Nyack.)
Art & Soul in Nyack Blog
Newsday’s Elizabeth Daza profiles Nyack artists, including Bill Batson, Tracy Kachtick-Anders, Victor Zaldivar and Leann Mailly. Don’t miss the video and photo gallery! http://newyork.newsday.com/entertainment/things-to-do/inspired-by-local-history-nyack-arts-scene-thrives-1.4875847
The Blonde Banana made the trip from NYC to Nyack: This area is really beautiful, with mountains everywhere and stunning riverside views. The villages themselves are so cute, with plenty of Zagat-rated restaurants, stylish shops and historical sites. Read more about her visit here (warning: photos of Strawberry Place will make you HUNGRY).
Hudson Valley Restaurant Week kicks off Monday, March 11th. For two weeks you’ll be able to sample delicious prix-fixe menus at our area’s top restaurants. Lunch: $20.95 Dinner: $29.95 These Nyack restaurants are participating: Alain’s French Bistro 9 Ingalls Street (Route 59) Central Nyack, NY 10960 845-535-3315 Hudson House of Nyack 134 Main Street Nyack, NY 10960 845-353-1355 Olive’s &…
“The artsier Hudson River suburbs that Brooklynites are colonizing” — read what the New York Times says here.
The New York Times real estate section took a close look at Nyack — click here to read all about it.
Nyack’s Runcible Spoon bakery is a popular stop for cyclists. Read more here.
Published in the New York Times, May 18, 2012: If first impressions count for much, the Hudson House, in Nyack, made a fine one on a balmy night early this month. Set before me by our sweet-natured waiter, a flute of brisk prosecco arrived with a tiny orange nasturtium bobbing on top. “You can eat that,” he said, smiling. I…