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For those who don’t know, Kingston was the first capital of New York in 1777, and was burned by the British on October 13, 1777, after the Battles of Saratoga. Uptown Kingston is full of a variety of interesting little shops, old churches, Zagat rated...More
We enjoyed strolling around for a little. It’s such a nice setting with many nice stores and restaurants. We didn’t see any vegan restaurant but didn’t really look for anything to eat either.
Unfortunately we went on a Tuesday when a lot of the stores...More
Walking on Johns Street a block or so from Wall you cone upon the intersection. Something is different about it. Then it hits. It has the old Stone Buildings of long ago one each of the four corners. I’m told it’s the only place in...More
The uptown area was a pleasant surprise. Interesting architecture, a nice mix of historic period buildings with boutiques, galleries, and restaurants, and easy to walk aroundll. A must if you are in Kingston.
There are many bars and restaurants that are her and available. Many different choices. so if you want diversity and have a finicky palet. then this would be the place to go to find the right restaurant for you. There are also stores and for...More
The good news....some very cool shops and restaurants. A wonderful book and cafe shop called The Rough Draft. Another amazing shop Exit 19. The French restaurant and the Greek restaurant KOVO definitely need to be checked out.
The bad news......many places are not open on...More
Uptown district has a wonderful identity and has beautiful places to shop. The economy has taken a toll on all Upstate NY areas, but Kingston has a great, historic identity and the people who own the shops take a lot of pride in their work....More