New Eclectic Mediterranean Restaurant Brings Fresh Taste To Hudson Valley
More than ever, it's important to support local businesses. During the holidays, we can show our love and support for Hudson Valley establishments.
Over the past couple of months, new businesses have arrived in the Hudson Valley. The more opportunities that are in our area, the more that we can grow, expand and help one another within the community.
New Businesses Have Opened In The Hudson Valley
It's exciting to see new opportunities in our area come to life and bring the community together.
17West Brewery has recently opened and brewed new life into Liberty, NY. Goodwill NYNJ store and donation center opened in the Dunning Farm Plaza in Middletown, NY.
Voted the "Best Candles in The Hudson Valley" opened in the historic village of Montgomery, NY.A unique, bicoastal shop opened their doors in Hudson, NY.
A luxurious, new boutique hotel opened in the popular village of Goshen, NY.
I'm excited to watch the Hudson Valley continue to grow
There Are Businesses That Are Hiring In The Hudson Valley
Are you looking to boost your income or have extra holiday money? There are different businesses in the Hudson Valley that are now hiring.
In Orange County, NY, The Silk Factory and Hudson Taco in Newburgh, NY. have open positions. City Winery Hudson Valley in Montgomery, NY is also looking for help.
In Ulster County, Kings Valley Diner in Kingston, NY is hiring. In Columbia County, The Social Type in Hudson, NY is also hiring
A New Mediterranean Restaurant Brings Fresh Taste To The Hudson Valley
This new restaurant opened in Fall of 2022.
Owners, Mario Kacaj and Tonin Skyku were excited to bring a new flavor to town. The Hudson Valley can now experience " a taste of the Mediterranean."
The Thorn in Thornwood, NY Is Now Open
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According to The Thorn,
"The Mediterranean is known for their vibrant flowers and medieval waterfront castles. In arriving at the restaurant’s name, the Owners wanted to incorporate old time history and florals into a name with bigger meaning. “The Thorn”, which plays off the town’s name Thornwood, is a perfect representation of the lyrics “every rose has its Thorn.”
These mouthwatering food options also can be paired with some of their cocktails. I'm excited to try their Charcuterie Board and Barley & Wild Mushroom Risotto.
607 Columbus Ave, Thornwood, NY 10594
Will you visit any of these new businesses in the Hudson Valley? Share your experience with us below.