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.
HQ Global 520 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 HQ Global is a corporate real estate service specializing in the rental of office spaces for business interests. The…More local HQ Global business center is located in a 24-hour access building near central transportation hubs. Aside from available suites for rent, the building features a gym, cafe and sandwich bar, a video conferencing room and more.
Take Away Cafe 220 White Plains Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 This restaurant has multiple locations in Westchester County. The Tarrytown location serves breakfast and lunch five…More days a week. Enjoy a breakfast sandwich, slice of pound cake and daily specials like sandwiches, salads and soups.
Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture 630 Bedford Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 Stone Barns is an idyllic activity park for nature lovers and foodies alike. With its mission of connecting "farm…More to table," this nonprofit farm and education center offers a wide range of classes and tours for all ages. The food and livestock grown here year-round is available to eat in the Blue Hill Restaurant and the Blue Hill Cafe and is also available at the Farm Market. What isn't consumed on site is sourced out to area restaurants and food stores. Over 100 volunteers tend the vegetables and the free-range animals over the many rolling acres, which is also just a nice place to wander freely.
Blue Hill at Stone Barns 630 Bedford Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 For those locavores who like to know where their food comes from, this is the ideal restaurant. Much of…More 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.