Photo Gallery | Historic diner reopens in Hudson
Grazin', a "farm to table" eatery, opened to the public on Saturday. The wait is over for local residents and visitors as Grazin' replaces the Diamond Street Diner which closed its doors in 2009.
The historic diner, a staple on upper Warren Street for decades, is owned by Dan Gibson of Ghent and will be managed by his son in-law, "Chip" Chiappinelli.
The diner will use all local products delivered fresh directly to the diner, eliminating any middle man. Grazin' is the first Animal Welfare Approved Restaurant in the United States using only Animal Welfare approved meats, eggs and dairy products.
Grazin' is located at 717 Warren Street across the street from the 7th Street Park.
For further information visit their website.