The Hookline Fish Company smokehouse is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. But you can get Hookline Fish Company’s delicious smoked salmon every day at markets in Manhattan, Brooklyn and throughout the Woodstock/Kingston area.
In New York City: Look for Hookline’s smoked salmon at The Lobster Place in Chelsea Market, at Forager’s City Market on Eighth Avenue and West 22nd Street, and at the Foragers in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood at 56 Adams St. The Bedford Cheese Shop carries Hookline’s salmon at its stores in Manhattan (67 Irving Place) and in Brooklyn (229 Bedford Ave.).
Around Woodstock: You can find Hookline’s smoked salmon at fine stores such as Bistro-To-Go, Cheese Louise, Sunfrost, La Bella Pasta, Sunflower Natural Foods Market and Hurley Ridge Market. Our smoked salmon is sold at the Migliorelli’s farm stands in Mount Tremper, Rhinebeck and Red Hook. Hookline also is available at the Smokehouse of the Catskills near Saugerties, at Gadaleto’s Seafood in New Paltz, and at Emmanuel’s Marketplace and Davenport Farms in Stone Ridge. Hookline’s smoked salmon also is sold at Greig Farm’s Hudson Valley Farmers Market (223 Pitcher Lane, Upper Red Hook) and Duo Pantry (297 Wall St., in Kingston’s historic Stockade District).
Hookline Fish Company’s smokehouse is open to the public Thursdays (1 p.m. to 6 p.m.), Fridays (11 a.m. to 7 p.m.) and Saturdays (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.). When we’re open, you can buy directly from Hookline. The smokehouse is near West Hurley, at 906 State Route 28. It’s 4 miles up the hill from the Thruway traffic circle, on Route 28 right across from Brad’s Barns. We’re part of Route 28’s “Gourmet Row,” a line of small specialty shops that includes Bistro-To-Go, Cheese Louise, La Bella Pasta, KBBK Kombucha and The Wine Hutch.