The Register-Star reports today that the Old Brick Taven at the intersection of Routes 9H and 66 is being demolished. Every part of it is being salvaged, including the bricks, a truckload of which "has already been spoken for by the General Worth house in Hudson."
On May 9, Gossips reported that Eric Galloway, who owns General Worth's birthplace, was dissatisfied with the front wall after it had been rebuilt, as a single-course "veneer" wall, with the original brick--as the Historic Preservation Commission had been assured it would be--and ordered it rebuilt with different bricks. Now, it seems, we know where those different bricks are coming from.
On a related topic, rumor has it that Galloway is negotiating to buy another precious Hudson landmark: 400 State Street.