Hudson’s Mill resides in a pre-Civil War warehouse located in The 1838 Garner Historic District. In 2013, the New York State Historic Preservation Office listed the Garnerville Arts & Industrial Center "GARNER Historic District" on the State Historic Register of Historic Places as the “Rockland Print Works Historic District”.
Once the old textile mill (Garner & Co. was one of the largest textile companies in the country, with 10,000 employees in the northeast.), our restaurant is designed to honor the space in which it resides. From 1760-1940, the building manufactured uniforms for both the Civil War Union Army and the US World War II Army. The space has witnessed the history of North Rockland and the Hudson Valley and we are determined to honor what our unique community has to offer. By restoring the original woodwork and removing 17 layers of paint to find the Haverstraw clay brick underneath, we have returned this building to the beauty of its history.
A fusion of Italian, Latin, Asian, and American cuisines reflects our eclectic demographic. We are looking forward to working with local vendors, such as farms, distilleries, vineyards, and orchards to craft farm to table style food item. We want to bring everything we know and love about food to the people of North Rockland. For more information on the Garnerville Arts & Industrial Center "GARNER Historic District" and its history click here