Mint Premium Foods 19 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 Mint Premium Foods is a fine food shop and restaurant that has delicacies from all over the world. The store is packed…More with personally chosen items. It is always crowded and the owner offers many varieties of samples.
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.
The Flower Box 404 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Flower Box is a friendly, local flower store that also sells plants and assorted baskets for any occasion. With…More a friendly and fun atmosphere, Arthur Cabezas encourages shoppers and tourists to stop in to smell the flowers.
H&R Block 7 S Broadway # A, Tarrytown, NY10591 Tarrytown's branch of this national tax-preparation chain opens seasonally from January to April. Spanish language…More available.
Silver Tips Tea Room 3 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 Owner Anupa Mueller always wanted to open a small local shop to complement the large wholesale tea importing…More company she runs. This pleasant peach and pale yellow tea house offers loose leaf teas in green tins, formosa oolong, chocolate chai, toasted almond tisane and teas from Makaibari, the family's estate in India.
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.
About 22 miles of the approximately 860 acres of the Rockefeller family estate, donated to New York State in 1983,…More is now known as the Rockefeller State Preserve. The nature preserve features paths along rivers, woods, a 24-acre lake and panoramic vistas. Fishing is permitted in Swan Lake and the Pocantico River, but fee permits are required for horseback riding and carriage driving and there is a $5 parking fee for visitors.</p>
<p>Rockwood Hall State Park, an extension of the Preserve, has spacious grounds and nature trails perfect for walking, cycling, picnicking and viewing the Hudson River.</p>