Hundreds braved subzero temperatures to see hot-air balloon pilots and crews blast fire into the snow-filled sky while rolling through historic downtown Hudson.
Friday, February 1, 2013
Monday, December 24, 2012
Russ Evenson, owner of the Village Pizzeria in Amery, is opening a new Italian-American restaurant in downtown Hudson's former post office building. His children Derek and Erica will manage the new eatery.
Russ Evenson, owner of the Village Pizzeria in Amery, is opening a new Italian-American restaurant in downtown Hudson's former post office building. His children Derek Evenson and Erica Schletty will manage the new eatery. It is located at 225 Locust Street and the managers are currently offering limited hours and limited seating while staff members are properly trained. They hope to fully open sometime between Christmas and New Year's Day. Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Freestyle Yogurt first opened its first location in St. Paul in January and is expanding to locations in Hudson, Roseville and Blaine.
A self-serve frozen yogurt shop is coming to downtown Hudson. Just before Hudson Booster Days, two large "opening soon" banners popped up in the vacant shop windows on the corner of Second Street and Locust Street (529 Second St.) touting Freestyle Yogurt. David Brandner first opened Freestyle Yogurt on Lexington Avenue in St. Paul in January and now is expanding to locations in Hudson, Roseville and Blaine, according to the location page of its website. The shop will compete with other local establishments that serve cold treats such as Knoke's Chocolate and Dairy Queen downtown, and Cold Stone Creamery and Culvers on on the hill. --- Read what the media has to say about the St. Paul location:
Friday, June 22, 2012
Park on Patch runs all day on the Friday of Booster Days with swag giveaways, deals at local businesses, and–of course–free parking.
Come on downtown for a day of shopping, dining and fun on the Friday of Hudson Booster Days—and don't worry about finding change to plug the parking meters. Hudson Patch is excited to invite anyone and everyone to enjoy a full day of free parking on our dime. We're calling it Park on Patch, and it runs all day—8 a.m. to 5 p.m.— on Friday, June 29. Yep, that's right. We're paying the City of Hudson for every minute on every meter all day long. No carrying around a pocket full of change, no running out of the shop when time is about to expire, and certainly no passing through downtown in favor of a restaurant, bar or shop with a free parking lot. We want to celebrate all that downtown Hudson has to offer: an array of cuisines, a bustling …
Friday, February 3, 2012
Thousands came out to see the hot-air balloon pilots and crews shoot blasts of fire into the sky while traveling through historic downtown Hudson.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Knoke's Chocolates recently moved to 220 Locust St. in downtown Hudson. Grand opening ceremony to be held Saturday.
Knoke's Chocolates is holding a grand opening ceremony Jan. 21 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. The chocolate store, owned by Dave Knoke, recently moved two doors down from 216 Locust Ave. to 220 Locust Ave. Knoke said he bought more than 11,000 pounds of chocolate last year.
Monday, May 23, 2011
The popular downtown restaurant was closed last week for renovations and reopened Friday with a totally new look, including a huge new bar, leather booths and freshened up decor.
San Pedro Cafe closed its doors at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 15, to gut and renovate its interior. Hudson Patch was there when the restaurant reopened on Friday afternoon. San Pedro Cafe's managing partner Pete Foster showed us the new digs.