Popular Brand-New Hudson Valley Restaurant Suddenly Closes
With very little warning, less than six months after opening, a popular new restaurant in the Hudson Valley closed.
On Monday in a Facebook post, Uncle Huck’s Louisiana Kitchen off of North Plank Road in the Town of Newburgh announced they were permanently closing.
“It is with heavy heart to announce that Uncle Huck's is now closed,” the restaurant wrote on Facebook. “We truly appreciate all of our customers who were as passionate about Louisiana style cuisine as we are, it was a pleasure serving you.”
An official reason for closing wasn’t given.
The eatery, which opened on June 14, 2017, brought authentic Cajun food from New Orleans to the Hudson Valley.
“Take a stroll down Bourbon Street and feast on our family-friendly southern style cuisine, right in your backyard,” the company boasted on their website.
The restaurant was well reviewed on Facebook, with 4.3 stars out of 5.
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