Spring is in the air and Nyack’s downtown is seeing some changes. Here’s a roundup of new businesses, new locations, and straight up news from the banks of the Hudson River:
Alumni Skate Shop (112 Main Street, next to Sign of the Times) is our newest arrival on the scene in downtown Nyack. Stop in soon and get ready for our new skate plaza, opening this spring in Memorial Park on the Hudson.
The Kiam Records Shop (95 Main Street) opened over the winter, selling records, books, vintage clothing, accessories, and more. The shop is also the headquarters for the Kiam Records label. You can experience their artists performing live across the street at Prohibition River.
Nettle & Hive (67 Main Street) carries pre & post-natal goods, children’s apparel and toys, baby gear, and eco-conscious home goods for the whole family. Take a look inside and meet owner Michelle in videos here and here!
Interiors on Hudson, a full service interior design studio, has opened shop in a lovely location at 71 S. Broadway (formerly Christopher’s).
Crystals on the Rocks relocated over the winter, to a beautiful, bright spot at 11 South Broadway (next to Colin Holmes and Pink Entourage). Step inside and you’ll find healing crystals and minerals, as well as beading supplies.
Archive Home has moved to 79-1/2 South Broadway (down the street from Maria Luisa). Bette, Christina and Meryl sell vintage and modern items for the home.
Patisserie Didier Dumas has reopened! 163 Main Street. Find out here why Nyack’s French bakery has been closed since July.
Congratulations to 8 No. Broadway — they will be opening two new locations in Harrison (in April) and Mt. Kisko (in June).
Gypsy Donut & Espresso Bar (18 N. Franklin Street) is now open late for craft beer and spirits.