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 did, at once, and a peppery snap of flower power turned an everyday aperitif into a charming opening act.
Matt Hudson and Amy Lehman, who have owned the Hudson House for 22 years, gave it a face-lift and a tummy tuck over the winter: they replaced old wooden beams with steel and laid new oak floors; a fresh coat of gold-and-white pearlized paint on the ornate pressed-tin walls and ceiling gives the place a distinctive sheen, the decorative equivalent of a satin prom dress. A beautiful, muted wall-length mural of the Hudson River and white tablecloths lend a bit of formality.
Read the full review here.
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