The Rosewood Grill is located on 303 right off the square in downtown Hudson. It is inside a 160 year old mill and the decor is very cool. It is also pretty big. The parking lot was big, but some parts are a far walk. They do not accept reservations, but you can call ahead. Or so they told us. We called an hour before we got there, was quoted 1.5 hours, but still had to wait 1.5 hours when we got there. There is a fairly big bar area you can wait in. They have their own brew from Thirsty Dog. We didn't try it since we got a bottle of wine, but I would go back just to try it! The bar looks into the kitchen, so we got a little preview on what we wanted to order. The menu wasn't too big, but everything looked good. We started with the mussels. They were well cooked with a flavorful wine and roasted tomato sauce. The bread they brought before the meal was good on it's own, but even better dipped in the mussel broth. We ate our first course with a bottle of wine at the bar. The bartender was awesome. She was very busy but still treated us like she had all the time in the world to wait on us. Nothing took a long time and she remembered everything. When we finally got a table we ordered our meals. I got the short ribs with savory bread pudding. The short ribs were a little fatty, but good. The bread pudding was also good, but there was too much of it. TBG got the killer french dip sandwich. It was also pretty good. The fries were average, but he really liked the homemade ketchup. We were both pretty full after all this food, but I really wanted to try the chocolate espresso cheesecake. It was awesome. It was creamy and decadent. The prices were a little high, but people must not mind paying since it was soo busy. I think in this case you are paying for the atmosphere. All in all I liked the Rosewood Grill and will be back. This is somewhere I would take people who are visiting the area.