Demeter's Tavern & Sports Bar 51 Old White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 Demeter's Tavern & Sports Bar is a friendly corner bar with a welcoming and unassuming atmosphere. This homey bar,…More which has been serving up pub grub and foamy pints since 1947, should be your first stop to watch the big game – from the MLB to the NBA to the NFL, the bar shows it all on 14 big-screen TVs. Get off the couch and come to Demeter's for great food and good times.
Oasis Sports Bar and Entertainment 111 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Four TVs, a regulation-size pool table, jukebox, paninis and free popcorn are the draw at this casual two-room sports…More bar on Beekman. And the drinks, of course, which range from fresh espresso to blended margaritas.
Washington Irving Boat Club 238 Lower Green St, Tarrytown, NY10591 While the Washington Irving Boat Club is private with limited membership, the bar and grill is far from exclusive.…More Patrons can dock their boats for free or park admist the boats in the lot. The bar, attached to the fancier Sunset Cove restaurant, features a bright mural of the Tappan Zee Bridge and fish painted on the windows.
Brute on 9 17 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 This bar has a list of 50 bottled, mostly domestic beers including Coors Light and Stone Arrogant Bastard. The…More three taps are dedicated to a stout, an IPA and a wheat beer. Though Brute doesn't serve food, bringing it in or getting delivery is encouraged.
Set Back Inn 33 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 With the exception of its TVs, this simple bar hasn't changed much since the Toths bought it in 1959. The dark wood and…More dim lighting suit the regulars here who play pool, watch football, listen to the jukebox and drink beer.
Striped Bass 236 Green St, Tarrytown, NY10591 For 12 years, Striped Bass has enjoyed prime real estate on the waterfront directly across Tarrytown train…More station. Against the stunning backdrop of the Tappan Zee bridge, patrons enjoy a seafood-based menu, drinks and "bar bites" specials from noon to 7 pm. In the warmer months, the cabana bar and grill offers up a more casual experience on the patio, with no wait service, no credit cards and a short menu of burgers, dogs, seafood, ribs, steamers and sides served on paper plates.
Finalmente Trattoria 31 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Daniel Damiano's parents ran Damiano's restaurant in the Yorktown area and he continued the family business with…More Finalmente. The warm, softly lit space features a second kitchen for late night small plates. Damiano, a former environmental consultant, renovated the space to be as green as possible. The menu tends toward smaller producer wines and locally grown or organic ingredients. Reservations accepted for holidays only.
La Fogata Bar and Restaurant 179 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Under new management, this 10-year-old Central and South American eatery whose name means "bonfire" has renovated and…More expanded its offerings. The space is evenly divided between 11 tables and a long bar with 12 stools. Belly up to the bar for bottled cerveza and mixed drinks, or dine on a menu rich in regional savory chicken, seafood, meat and soup dishes.
Believe Juice & Books 53 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 Believe Juice & Books is part juice bar and part bookstore. As the former, it serves fruit and vegetable juices and…More smoothies. As the latter, it carries inspirational biographies and autobiographies as well as spiritual books.
J.P. Doyle's 48 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 J.P. Doyle's, run by longtime friends Brian Doyle and Nick Bell, is half restaurant, half Irish pub, with a…More seasonal beer garden out back. The main room is evenly divided between tables where customers dine from a menu of "pub grub" and a dark wooden bar with nine beers on tap, bottled beer, wine and liquor. A small stage features the occasional musical act, but usually all eyes are on one of nine flat-screen televisions.
Bridge View Tavern 226 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Maceyaks are back into the family business with Bridge View Tavern, a newly renovated version of the bar that…More 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.
little b's 49 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 For $10 you can build-your-own-burger (or salad) at this "little bites" eatery with late-night hours and a full bar.…More With big screen TVs over the stool-lined bar, a couch near the window, many small tables, craft beers on tap, and an expanding menu of barbecue, pulled pork, mac'n'cheese and more, there's a nook and nosh for every kind of customer.
Black Cat Cafe 45 Main St, Irvington, NY10533 Founded in 2007 by chef Emily Feliciano-Crichton, Black Cat Cafe is a restaurant and coffee shop located on Main…More 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.
Cermele's Café 303 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 This coffee shop offers fresh food and catering for private parties and corporate locations. Enjoy Green Mountain…More coffee, house made pizzas, soups, salads, paninis, sandwiches and hot entreés.
Que Chula Es Puebla 180 Valley St, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 For authenthic Mexican cuisine in a vibrant atmosphere, visit Que Chula Es Puebla. This restaurant is open for lunch,…More dinner and happy hours. The bar features a wide array of tequilas, wines and beers and warm tortilla chips and salsa are always on the house.
Ruth's Chris Steak House 670 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 The original location of this chain opened in New Orleans in 1955. The one in Tarrytown serves traditional steakhouse…More fare, contributes to local charities and participates in Taste of Westchester and Westchester Top Chef benefit events.
Chiboust 14 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 Pastry chef Jill Rose opened this bistro, bakery and wine bar in 2004. The menu includes artisanal breads, pastries,…More desserts and Mediterranean plates.
SB&G Restaurant 600 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 SB&G Restaurant provides a wide selection of traditional American cuisine. The menu at this establishment features…More various breakfast, lunch and dinner options, including burgers, sandwiches and pasta dishes. There is a bar available, offering cocktails, wine and beer. The restaurant is located in the Sheraton Tarrytown Hotel.
Wasabi Japanese Cuisine 279 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Wasabi offers authentic Japanese cuisine in a vibrantly decorated setting. There are ten seats at the sushi bar and ten…More dining tables available in the restaurant, but delivery service is available within the local community.
The Tavern 670 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 This restaurant is part of the Westchester Marriot complex. It serves bar fare and nightly drink specials in a casual…More space where customers can enjoy a couple of drinks with friends while watching a game on the big screen TVs.
Santa Fe Restaurant 5 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 What started for the Dumas family as a simple fajita-making venture expanded into this colorful restaurant in 1985. Try…More the typical Tex-Mex dishes with a contemporary American spin in either of the two dining rooms or the bar, where you can order from the menu or just enjoy the margaritas.
Bistro Z 455 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 While Bistro Z caters to guests at the Doubletree Hotel it's housed in, the intimate bar/restaurant also attracts a…More 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.
The Huddle 92 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Beekman's gleaming new sports bar is steeped in history. The sprawling mahogany bar is almost all that remains from the…More Town Tavern that occupied this space before a fire destroyed it in 2009. The name is recycled from the beloved watering hole that once lived at the top of Main Street in Tarrytown. Now The Huddle, under the ownership of Manny Busto, caters to a new generation of eaters, drinkers and sports watchers – with long hours, plenty of stools, big screen TVs, Internet juke box, a menu rich in comfort classics, four wines on tap, and twenty draft beers.
Horsefeathers 94 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 Since 1981, Horsefeathers, owned by Fran and Russ Rogers, has been a staple for simple and good food. The dimly lit…More place is named after the Marx Brothers movie and has a literary bent, with a mural of authors including Irving and Poe lining the dining room. One side houses the long bar with croutons and popcorn and the other has the dining room. On a nice day, most patrons opt for the outdoor seating in front. Weekend brunch is a draw.
No. 1 Chinese Food 53 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 This no-frills Chinese take-out and delivery restaurant offers fast service and great moo shu and lo mein.