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I have a personal goal of walking all of the north/south major routes in Manhattan, and Hudson Street fits that description even though it is not an avenue.
There are a number of interesting bars and restaurants on the street, but my checklist here is...More
Went to Hudson market on a whim from a suggestion a New Yorker gave me. When I heard it was a market I was excited but it wasn't exactly what I was looking for. It's very dark, restrooms good luck you will wait and hour....More
Going to Greenwich Village? Take a walk up and down 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue first... that way you'll know why Hudson Street is where you want to be. By comparison to the other Avenues, it's nearly peaceful. You can feel it. The traffic is...More
Whether you consider Hudson Street to be part of the West Village or Meatpacking District, there are lots of great restaurants and tony shops full of interesting merchandise. My favorite watering hole there is Hudson Bar & Books, but there are lots of other options....More
Looking for a street filled with quaint restos? Hudson Street is the place to visit. We really enjoyed the quietness of it all - so different from Midtown. Lots of cafes, outdoor eating spots, shops. You can walk the Highline from top to bottom and...More