Updated: Oct 20, 2020
I took a trip to Hudson, here's what I did:
Breakfast at Supernatural Coffee: I use Yelp for a lot of recommendations and Supernatural had great reviews, so I decided to check it out. I ordered a cappuccino, a blood orange chocolate chip pastry and a blueberry scone (I love homemade pastries!)- both were really good. The atmosphere is really chill and it was a nice place to eat and read.
I hadn't been to an art gallery in a while and many of the stores were closed because it was before noon on a Sunday, but the art gallery was open so I decided to check it out. They featured really cool exhibits and had a photography section which I really liked. From there I took a walk down Warren Street, stopped in a few stores, and took some photos. One store I really liked was Bodhi Holistic Spa, If I had more time I would've gotten a spa treatment or taken a yoga class.
Before I go anywhere I look up things to do and places to eat. During my search I found Moto Cafe, but when I clicked on their website it said "Yes! We have no website! It's on purpose. You will have to drop in or call us, like it's 1975 or something," so of course I had to check it out. Turns out it's a motorcycle themed coffee shop with a store in the back.
Last stop: Grazin. Grazin is an old diner that has all grass-fed beef. I have become more health and environmentally conscious so I don't eat meat nearly as often as I used to, but knowing that the beef is grass fed from their local farm I was willing to try it. I ordered the Little Grazer, a 4oz burger, because I was still full from my pastries. It was delicious, I definitely recommend and their milkshakes looked really good too. It also has a really cute old-fashioned diner vibe which I love.
Here are some other photos I took:
-Hudson Valley Gal