Grand Cru’s focus is on craft beer with over 300 different styles in stock. Their huge bottle selection is available cold in house or to go.
Handicapped Accessibility in Rhinebeck
Handicapped-accessible businesses are a key part of what makes Rhinebeck, NY great for everyone who visits!
Hammertown is an award winning “lifestyle store”- selected as one of the Top 100 Stores in the country by Cottage Living Magazine and named one of House Beautiful’s favorite shops in America.
Located in the center of the historic village of Rhinebeck, Hudson Valley Pottery and P.A. Gibbons Studio is a free standing, fully equipped pottery school and community of ceramic artists who will instruct and support the beginning potter or inspire and consult with experienced artisans.
Hummingbird Jewelers, celebrating over 33 years in business, represents over 75 American and European Designer/ Jewelers.
Izlind Integrative Wellness Center & Institute is the Hudson Valley’s premiere integrative healthcare facility located in the village of Rhinebeck, NY. Founded and directed by renowned Clinical Psychologist Dr. Beth Gershuny, Izlind’s serenely beautiful facility is host to an unparalleled and diverse collaborative of healthcare practitioners who expertly and compassionately address your wellness needs. Izlind offers exceptional quality of care through evidence-based […]
Land of Oz Toys offers toys for all ages, all people. Unique toys, games and baby items. Free gift wrapping and recycled children’s clothing.
A quiet, cozy little authentic French Restaurant located in the heart of Rhinebeck.
Eat at Liberty Public House is a Renaissance Tavern brimming with fascinating memorabilia set in the historic 1860 Starr Institute located in the center of Rhinebeck, New York.
In 2010 Oblong Books & Music celebrated 35 years of serving music and book lovers in the most beautiful region of northern Dutchess County. It is an independent store that is open every day and stocked with both the expected and unexpected.
The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome is a true “living” museum of antique aviation located in the historic town of Rhinebeck, New York. We present one of the largest collections of early aeroplanes in the world, many of which regularly take to the air for thrilling demonstrations during our weekend airshows.