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It would be a lie to say that Early Electrics lighting stole the show at Westchester’s newest restaurant opening. We did help but the real star was Louie Lanza’s Hudson Room itself. Perfectly located in Peekskill’s Artist’s District and right next to the historic Paramount Theater… this large bright exciting space is filled with surprises. The menu is eclectic, the baby grand is Ferrari red and the walls are covered with original Andy Warhols. The restaurant and bar have a sophisticated Manhattan vibe without taking itself too seriously. It’s a breath of fresh air for New York foodies. Our first dishes were amazing and I’ll need to eventually try everything. But Louie’s Pink Clam Chowder is one I’ll come back for every time. I love my soup almost as much as my lights.
Steve Erenberg

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