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…