Do you offer private dining?
Yes. The Crimson Sparrow does offer dining alternatives for larger
parties. For example, the rear dining room can accomodate parties of up
to 10-12 people. Also, various spaces within the restaurant can be bought
out for private functions and events. To inquire about such event
opportunities, please contact John McCarthy at
info@thecrimsonsparrow.com.

Do you host special events?
Yes. The Crimson Sparrow and its staff are available to host special
events. To inquire about such event opportunities, please contact John
McCarthy at info@thecrimsonsparrow.com.

Are you available for weddings?
Yes. To inquire about such event opportunities, please contact John
McCarthy at info@thecrimsonsparrow.com.

Is the restaurant handicap accessible?
Yes. The restaurant may be accesssed from the rear in Prison Alley.

Who designed the building?
The overall design of the building interior and decorating was done by
John McCarthy. Joe Iuvienne of Architectural Bureau,
Chatham, NY was instrumental in the design and structural details of the
construction and design.

Who made the tables in the restaurant?
The table base for the barn door in the main dining and the black walnut
oak table in the private dining were constructed by David K. Wright. The
table in the bakery was constructed by Rob Williams. The mahogany table
and benches in the courtyard were made by Casson Kennedy.

Who painted the restaurant?
Deb Ryan painted the restaurant. She was born and raised in Hudson. Her
contact information and other examples of her work can be found at
www.debryandesigns.com

Who built the courtyard? 
The bluestone and masonry work was completed by Jason Demarest.

Who took the photographs?
The photographs on the website were taken by Ashley Sears.

Who built the Website?
The website was designed and developed by Alpine Ridge Design.