Best Upstate New York Shops

Upstate New York is in the midst of a renaissance. Over the past two decades sleepy, neglected towns and villages have been reborn as artists and creatives have gravitated to this area. Historic buildings have been lovingly restored and reinvented as sophisticated hotels, restaurants and shops. Hudson is probably the most famous of these towns, leading the resurgence of this area, and is easily accessible by train from New York City. Visitors are greeted by mile-long Warren Street with its inspiring shops, galleries, and restaurants. This creative renaissance continues to spread throughout the region and the result is a collection of creative and inspiring shops to visit. Wherever you travel there are charming shops to discover. Following is a roundup of some of our favorite upstate New York shops.

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Red Chair, Hudson Favorite Upstate NY shops

RED CHAIR

On our Best Vintage & Antique Shops 2018, Red Chair specializes in Swedish, Belgian and French antiques in a cool palette of greys, blues and whites.

606 Warren Street


Rural Residence, Hudson favorite upstate NY shops

RURAL RESIDENCE

A beautifully appointed home furnishings shop offers antiques, stationery & books, and essentials for the gentleman.

316 Warren Street


State Land Supply, favorite upstate new york shops

STATE LAND SUPPLY

A dry goods, general mercantile and antiques shop in Upstate New York.

6 Main Street, Mountain Dale

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High Voltage Cafe, favorite upstate new york shops

HIGH VOLTAGE CAFE

Beautifully designed interior at the new Catskill location of this popular Asbury Park coffee shop serving Polish American influenced food.

47 Main Street, Mountain Dale

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The Stonehouse, favorite new york shops

THE STONEHOUSE

Objects, rugs, and textiles from around the globe curated by world-traveler, collector, stylist, and shopkeeper Andrea Menke.

92 Main Street, Delhi


Maison Bergogne, favorite upstate new york shops

MAISON BERGOGNE

A former school bus garage is home to Maison Bergogne, a gallery of antiques, decor and oddities, and owner, Juliette Hermant’s, design services.

226 Bridge Street, Narrowsburg


Hops Petunia, favorite upstate new york shops

HOPS PETUNIA

This stunning flower and home goods shop has delicately patterned wallpaper as a backdrop for fresh blooms.

73B Broadway, Kingston

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Clove & Creek, favorite upstate new york shops

CLOVE & CREEK

A mercantile and coffee shop that features home goods by local makers and a rotating gallery.

73 Broadway, Kingston


Hamilton & Adams, favorite upstate new york shops

HAMILTON & ADAMS

A menswear, gift and curiosity shop that embodies the mood of “Upstate & Chill”; Hamilton & Adams’ own branded clothing line.

32 John Street, Kingston


HORT & POTT

A renovated 19th century carriage barn is home to Hort and Pott, purveyors of bespoke botanical crafts, home and garden elements, and creative workshops. Open weeekends only.

7829 NY-81, Oak Hill


Kabinett & Kammer, favorite upstate new york shops

KABINETT & KAMMER

New Franklin location of the stunning and beloved art and antique shop, Kabinett & Kammer (formerly of Andes, NY). This unique space is a collaboration with womenswear designer Gary Graham.

422 Main Street, Franklin


Beekman 1802, favorite upstate new york shops

BEEKMAN 1802 MERCANTILE

Famous for their best-selling Beekman 1802 goat milk based skincare products and goat milk cheeses, Beekman 1802 Mercantile collaborates with over 300 regional artisans to create unique items for the home inspired by the Beekman 1802 Farm lifestyle.

187 Main Street, Sharon Springs


Mary MacGill, favorite upstate new york shops

MARY MacGILL

Part art gallery part concept store creating the perfect setting to showcase Mary MacGill’s namesake jewelry line, alongside a beautiful selection of clothing, books, tea and home goods.

212 Main Street, Germantown


ALDER & CO

Unique, timeless and small-batch goods feature at this beautiful lifestyle shop housed in a 1870s farmhouse with an attached barn for events.

222 Main Street, Germantown