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Restaurants
  • Amazonas Restaurant
    60 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
    Ecuadorians can get a taste of home in this open room with yellow tablecloths and Latin America television in theMore background. Walter Ginin, who lives in Sleepy Hollow, has owned the restaurant for five years. Long hours, good prices and delicious seafood attract a loyal clientele.
  • Ambar Restaurant
    194 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591

    There's no sign out in the front as it was swept away in a storm a few years back, says co-owner Yokaira Trinidad,More but that doesn't seem to be hurting business any.

    All twelve stools are occupied most weekdays with chatty local workers at this hallway of a Dominican restaurant, still often referred to as the old Corona's Lunch.

    Simple, good food at low prices is the draw at Ambar, with a popular $5.50 lunch platter heaped with rice and beans and one of ten meat options.

  • Bellas Restaurant
    5 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
    This classic establishment is known for serving breakfast all day. John Bellas inherited the business that hisMore father began in 1980, offering up American standards like burgers, sandwiches, chops and donuts to a loyal clientele.
  • Bistro 12
    12 Main St, Tarrytown, NY 10591
    Bistro 12 is a Mediterranean restaurant serving pasta, meat, and fish dishes, such as grilled octopus, grilled chicken,More and linguine. Desserts are available and include chocolate cake, tiramisu, and molotoff.
  • Bistro Z
    455 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
    While Bistro Z caters to guests at the Doubletree Hotel it's housed in, the intimate bar/restaurant also attracts aMore local following. Manager Cheryl Weeks says the place is known for good food, the seasonal patio and a generous weekday happy hour with free Hors d'œuvres and discounted draft beer and house wine.
  • Black Cat Cafe
    45 Main St, Irvington, NY 10533
    Founded in 2007 by chef Emily Feliciano-Crichton, Black Cat Cafe is a restaurant and coffee shop located on MainMore Street in Irvington. In addition to serving milk shakes, hot chocolate, coffee and espresso drinks, the cafe serves breakfast and lunch using organic and locally-sourced ingredients. To view a complete menu, visit the Black Cat Cafe Web site.
  • Blue Hill at Stone Barns
    630 Bedford Rd, Tarrytown, NY 10591
    For those locavores who like to know where their food comes from, this is the ideal restaurant. Much ofMore the food comes from the surrounding fields and pastures of the Stone Barns Center. With the exception of products like olive oil and limes, the rest comes from the Hudson Valley. There is no menu here, only a list of dozens of unique and fresh ingredients updated daily, such as grayling mushrooms, purple brussel sprouts, brown African geese and orion fennel. Each party discusses with its server their likes and dislikes and comes up with a personalized menu. For those farm visitors looking for a more casual and less pricey experience, there's the adjacent Blue Hill Cafe, offering farm-fresh lattes, light snacks and a covered picnic area.
  • Bridge View Tavern
    226 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
    The Maceyaks are back into the family business with Bridge View Tavern, a newly renovated version of the bar thatMore father Steve opened 30 years ago. Diners enjoy the view from large windows and the "smoke"-centric menu, with meats cooked "slow and low." Drinkers can choose from 12 craft beers (including state brews like Kelso, Ommegang and Sixpoint, along with Pleasantville favorite Captain Lawrence), a wide wine selection and full liquor bar. Despite the 11 televisions, son Chris says the place isn't going for a sports bar vibe, but rather catering to the 30-something demographic who are not otherwise served by the community.
  • Capri Pizza & Pasta
    350 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
    This casual pizza and pasta restaurant is best known for its simple specials like the Tappan Zee made with sun-driedMore tomatoes, spinach, grilled chicken and garlic.
  • Caravela
    53 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
    Named after a type of Portuguese ship, Caravela's nautical theme extends to its menu which is divided into threeMore sections: a voyage through former Portuguese colonies, seasonal fare and an appreciation for the chef's influences. Since 1986, Fernando Cabral's establishment has received great praises for the restaurant's classic and hearty seafood stew.
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