Gaming Pavilion at the Hutton Brickyards

 

We had the pleasure of joining Hutton Fare at the historical Hutton Brickyards in Kingston, NY, New York State’s original capital city!

Hutton Fare is a custom marketplace fostering community through local eats, drinks, and curated offerings from the Hudson River Valley and beyond. 

We convened on the banks of the Hudson River for a taste of all the region has to offer, to support local artisans and makers, to enjoy live music, tasty cocktails, and, best of all, to play some games!

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Hutton Brickyards has previously hosted multiple summer food & flea markets including Smorgasburg Upstate and Field + Supply, as well as two Bob Dylan concerts. They are also an amazing venue for weddings, corporate events and now glamping (aka glamorous camping).

What we enjoy most of all at the Hutton Brickyards is how you feel you are stepping back in time. It is a crucial part of New York’s history, lending the means to construct much of the Hudson Valley and NYC as we know it today…

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At the beginning of the 20th century, brick manufacturing was the preeminent industry on New York’s Hudson River. In fact, it was the largest brick-making region in the world, with over 125 manufacturers employing upwards of 8,000 workers. From 1865 to 1980, The Hutton Brick Works Company operated on the banks of the Hudson, supplying this essential building material for construction projects throughout the Hudson Valley as well New York City— the fastest-growing metropolis in the world.

The kiln sheds and Lidgerwood crane are some of the only surviving examples of brick making architecture in the Hudson Valley region, and serve as an iconic reminder of our manufacturing past.

Hutton’s indispensable contribution to the infrastructure, and in fact, the very existence of New York City- from Yankee Stadium to the Cloisters to the Empire State Building -and its surrounding environs is indisputable. The legacy of the Hutton brick makers lives on today as the current owner, MWest Holdings, preserves, restores, and reimagines the Hutton Brickyards as a world class event destination, restored to honor the rich history of the site.

 
Bea Rue