We are lucky to be surrounded by some great locally owned small businesses. If you are in our area and have time to kill before or after a treatment, we highly recommend visiting some of our neighbors.
Hudson Coffee Traders
288 Wall St.
Owners Donna and Tim make you feel at home in their cafe that boasts some of the best coffee in the area. All brewed coffee is organic. They also serve in-house made pastries and sandwiches. We recommend the “Jenna”.
50 John St. (temporarily closed for renovation)
Gabriel serves delicious Colombian style food using organic produce and grass-fed organic meat dishes. We recommend the 1/4 chicken special , the empinadas, and the Huevos Rancheros-the Salsa is out of this world!
307 Wall Street
Locally raised, grass fed and organics meats. Fleisher’s also offers classes in butchery.
Bop to Tottom
299 Wall St.
A truly unique gift and clothing shop at affordable prices, you have to experience it for yourself!
333 Wall St.
A multi-cultural salon run by Ella DeWitt who will make you feel like you are family right away.
35 North Front St.
We are so happy to have a local bookseller in our neighborhood. By far the greatest bookstore in the area, with wall to wall used and new books, often ones you can’t find anywhere else and owners and staff who are warm, friendly, and really helpful. It’s hard to leave if you are a book lover.
John Allen Blue and Maureen Byrd-Blue of Blue-Byrd have created a unique clothing and music store. With hats, ties, harmonicas and music that you will be hard-pressed to find in mainstream stores, you can’t pass up a visit when you are in the area. Walking by you will often be treated to the sounds of Jazz and Blues classics from their outdoor speakers. A welcome addition to anyone’s day.
Other Community Acupuncture Clinics
New Paltz Community Acupuncture
Run by licensed acupuncturist, Amy Benac, NPCA shares the same design as KCA using massage tables rather than recliner chairs. The space is beautiful and located right near the center of New Paltz.