2011-02-09 / Briefly Noted

VIDEO: Hudson Hil's Opens on Main Street, with a Flourish


by Annie Chesnut

Hudson Hil’s Market & Cafe welcomed more than 150 people to its gala opening celebration last week. Free food and a beautifully renovated space that includes a new gourmet market kept visitors busy for two hours. Formerly the home of the Cold Spring Cafe, the vintage building at the corner of Main and Kemble has two new signs, freshly painted walls, and shiny hardwood floors to complement a homey breakfast and lunch menu. The village already seems to have warmed to the new establishment.


Hudson Hil’s Market & Cafe welcomed more than 150 people to its gala opening celebration last week. Free food and a beautifully renovated space that includes a new gourmet market kept visitors busy for two hours.Hudson Hil’s Market & Cafe welcomed more than 150 people to its gala opening celebration last week. Free food and a beautifully renovated space that includes a new gourmet market kept visitors busy for two hours.
The meat and cheese case offers an array of locally produced delicacies.The meat and cheese case offers an array of locally produced delicacies.
The recently renovated restaurant area is empty here while the buffet tables are being stocked, but it later filled to capacity and everything was gone by 7:15, Hil reported.Photos by Annie Chesnut and Carol Balducci The recently renovated restaurant area is empty here while the buffet tables are being stocked, but it later filled to capacity and everything was gone by 7:15, Hil reported.Photos by Annie Chesnut and Carol Balducci

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