A feast not to be missed at the Hudson waterfront

Ramp Fest Pic1Saturday, May 2, 12 – 4 PM

2 PM in North Hall: “Ramps & the Food Choices We Make”  – Ramp Fest Panel Discussion between Glynwood, Hawthorne Valley and Fish & Game with special guest speakers Zak Pelaccio, Jori Emde, Sara Grady and Andreas Schneider.

All RAMP FEST ticket holders invited.

$30 in advance / $35 at the door
$10 for kids under 12


Abundant in the Hudson Valley, chefs and diners alike swoon at this spring delicacy. The 5th Annual Ramp Fest Hudson invites chefs from upstate New York and the big city to craft dishes around the ramp, a wild onion coveted by chefs and diners alike for its strong garlicky aroma and pungent flavor.

Ramp Fest returns to Basilica Hudson and – new to this year – includes collaborations with environmentally-conscious and like-minded organizations. Music will be provided by rockabilly honky-tonk band Chops & Sauerkraut and there will be a cash bar.

Glynwood, Hawthorne Valley, Camphill Village and Green Mountain Energy will participate with educational and hands-on demonstrations (who wants to learn how to pickle ramps?) to renew focus on sustainable agriculture, community, and energy. At 2 PM in the North Hall, a panel discussion on the intersection of sustainable food, energy and community will be led by Glynwood’s Sara Grady and include Fish and Game’s Zak Pelaccio as well as Hawthorne Valley’s Andreas Schneider.

CLICK HERE for info on how to forage ramps sustainably.

The confirmed restaurants and chefs are:
Another Fork in the Road (Milan, NY) – Chef Jamie Parry
Gaskins (Tivoli, NY) – Chef Nick Suarez
Ca’Mea (Hudson, NY) – Chefs Wilson Costa and May Cenci
Fish and Game (Hudson, NY) – Chef Zak Pelaccio
Fresh Company (Garrison, NY) – Chef Shelley Boris
Gallow Green at The McKittrick Hotel (New York, NY) – Chef R.L. King
Glynwood (Cold Spring, NY) – Chef Jodi Cummings
Helsinki Hudson (Hudson, NY) – Chef Hugh Horner
John Andrews Farmhouse Restaurant (South Egremont, MA) – Chef Dan Smith
Market Street (Rhinebeck, NY) and Cucina (Woodstock, NY) – Chef Gianni Scappin
Miss Lucy’s Kitchen (Saugerties, NY) – Chef Marc Propper
Omega (Rhinebeck, NY) – Chef Bob Turner
Oriole 9 and Yum Yum Noodle Bar (Woodstock, NY) – Chef Pierre-Luc Moeijs
Panzur (Tivoli, NY) – Chef Rei Peraza
Riverview Cafe (Stuyvesant, NY) – Chef Daniel Cunningham
Speedy Romeo (Brooklyn, NY) – Chef Justin Bazdarich
Swoon Kitchenbar (Hudson, NY) – Chef and Ramp Fest founder Jeff Gimmel
The Crimson Sparrow (Hudson, NY) – Chef John McCarthy
The Farmer’s Wife (Ancramdale, NY) – Chef Job Yacubian
The Red Onion (Saugerties, NY) – Chef Kevin Katz
Truck Pizza (Hudson, NY) – Chef Alvaro Medina

It will be a feast not to be missed at the Hudson waterfront.
See what this years’ participants have in store & get your tickets now!



A collection of quality products presented by a diverse group of regional makers, farmers, and vintage collectors. Promoting the talents and resources within our community.


FRIDAY, NOV. 28, 5 – 9 PM: Black Friday Soirée with Cocktails + Sales
SATURDAY, NOV. 29 – SUNDAY, NOV. 30, 10 AM – 6 PM: Farm + Flea Market

$3 public admission | vendor applications now accepted through October 15.

// Applicants will be notified by October 20. For applications submitted by October 1, you will be notified by Wednesday, October 8. Booth payment is due in full upon acceptance. Wait-listed applicants will be notified on a rolling basis until October 20. //

CLICK HERE for more info
CLICK HERE for vendor applications
CLICK HERE to volunteer

Buy Vintage, Local, Handmade…
Nothing boxed. Nothing pre­packaged in plastic wrap. Nothing with a bar code. This year, Basilica Hudson in collaboration with Hudson River Exchange will bring Basilica Farm & Flea back to Hudson for a second time. With more than 80 vendors and 3,500 attendees, last year’s Basilica Farm & Flea was a wildly successful Thanksgiving Weekend marketplace showcasing quality products presented by regional makers, farmers, and vintage collectors.

The “Black Friday Soirée,” kicks-off the weekend event and marketplace on Friday, November 28 from 5-9 PM. The marketplace takes place on Saturday, November 29 through Sunday, November 30 from 10 AM – 6 PM and consists of a diverse group of regional makers, farmers, and vintage collectors. Visitors can come to shop, hear music, eat quality foods, attend one of our educational workshops or cultural lectures.

With 17,000 sq feet of industrial interior space, this promises to be the only market of its kind in the region!

Basilica Farm + Flea is being organized by a team of passionate volunteers, consisting of the Basilica Hudson team and local makers, farmers, and shop owners. To apply to be a volunteer, please click here or fill out the form below.

We would like to highlight the abundance of small, authentic businesses located within the Hudson Valley and provide an alternative to the Black Friday “Big Box” holiday shopping experience. Hudson is increasingly being recognized as a destination for quality food, art, antiques, vintage, and history enthusiasts. We unite in our passion for one-of-a-kind things and the city of Hudson.

Inviting collectors of Vintage + Small Objects.
Makers of Craft Goods.
Local Farmers + Educators.
Prepared Food Vendors.
Vintage Collectors, Artists, and Small Presses.

Basilica Farm + Flea is looking for farmers and prepared food vendors to join us to showcase the agricultural bounty of the Hudson Valley. Produce, meat, dairy, grain and on farm value-added producers are encouraged to apply for the weekend. Please inquire to basilicafarmandflea@gmail.com

If you would like to offer an educational maker or farmer workshop or cultural lecture in the Basilica Workshop please contact us at basilicafarmandflea@gmail.com. Relevant topics range from crafts, art, culture, farming, and food.

Basilica Hudson is located at 110 South Front St, Hudson, NY 12534.
Basilica is a reclaimed 19th century factory, artist owned and operated since 2010 and sited just steps from the Amtrak train station, two hours north of NYC & Boston and 30 minutes south of Albany.

A non-refundable $10 application fee can be paid with PayPal or all major credit cards by visiting our application page. Due to limited space availability, we may not be able to accommodate all who apply. Vendors will be selected on the basis of quality and uniqueness, as we are looking to bring together a wide variety of content. If selected, the application fee will be deducted from your final booth fee. Thank you for understanding.

The booth fees are as follows: 6′ x 6′ and 8′x8′ space available in the Main Hall for $225 and $375 for whole weekend respectively. Please let us know if you have someone in mind to share a booth with, but note that each submission will be juried individually. If you are sharing a booth, there is a $25 fee in addition to the booth fee.

Participation in Friday evening’s Soirée event is limited to vendors who sign up for the full weekend, though all vendors are welcome to attend. Please indicate your interest in participating in Friday evening’s event on your application form.

There will be rentable tables and chairs and you are welcome to bring additional racks or other displays if you prefer. All displays must fit within the given space. Vendors will be responsible for bringing their own material to create their display. Tables should be covered in a tidy manner so that any extra inventory kept under the tables are hidden from view. Basilica Farm & Flea organizers ask for vendors’ cooperation to adjust or remove any obtrusive display elements at BF&F’s discretion.

The application deadline Wednesday, Oct 1st. We will notify all vendors with our decisions by Wednesday, Oct 8th. Upon acceptance, full booth payment is due.

Farm + Flea is a juried fair, which helps us to keep a varied and wide range of high quality products.

We make decisions based on:
1. How your wares fit into the vision of independent, handmade, unique and carefully selected products.
2. The consistency and quality of your work, packaging and identity.
3. Diversity of products at BASILICA FARM & FLEA. For example we accept a limited amount of vendors in each category such as, jewelry, clothing, paper goods, lighting, leather goods, baby items, etc.
4. The diversity of designs or products you sell. We are looking for consistency with-in a line of products. We prefer vendors that have specialized in a product but offer a variety with in that genre.
5. How your items are priced and if your pricing is consistent with both the quality of the work and the pricing of the BASILICA FARM & FLEA audience. We are looking for vendors that price there product between $5-$250.

Unfortunately, Basilica Farm & Flea is unable to refund fees once final payment has been received for the spaces due to the costs that go into the production of the markets.

Vendor Permits Required
+ Vendors are responsible for collecting and reporting sales tax. You can contact New York State’s department of revenue for more info.
++ Food Vendors who participate will be required to have a day permit from the Columbia Health Dept. Call CHD for more info 518.828.3358 x3

Basilica Hudson is looking for volunteers to help with the weekends events. CLICK HERE to apply to be a volunteer.