Tarrytown Gourmet 45-47 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 Tarrytown Gourmet is a supermarket with a mix of international and local products like French jam, Belgian…More chocolate, domestic craft beer and fair trade coffee. Departments include fresh fish, meat, produce, bakery, floral, cheese, deli and the new addition of hot and cold breakfast stations. Customers can dine in at the few tables and stools up front.
Equus Restaurant at Castle on the Hudson 400 Benedict Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 This elegant dining room is set in a 19th century Tarrytown castle with exceptional views of the Hudson River. The…More castle has three different dining areas, each with their own unique look. Indulge in Equus' gourmet selections and order wine from the restaurant's award-winning wine cellar.
Main Street Pizza of Tarrytown 47 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 Main Street Pizza has been serving gourmet style pizza since 1994. Pizzas are made behind the counter and garnished with…More tasty toppings such as fried egg plant, barbecued chicken, spinach and feta cheese. Pasta dishes and hero sandwiches are also available. Order a slice to go or enjoy your food at one of the booths inside the restaurant.
El Dorado West Diner 460 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 For decades, El Dorado West Diner has delivered what you'd expect from a diner. It is open 24/7 and has a sprawling…More menu, big portions, shiny metal detail and vinyl seating. With gourmet options like broiled brook trout and sea scallops, homemade cakes and pastries, a highly professional staff, individual juke boxes and a banquet hall for special event catering, this big diner accommodates everyone from vacationing families and locals to corporate clients.
LICKS enjoys prime real estate in the Hudson Harbor complex, adjacent to the train station and the waterfront park.…More Here proprietor and ice cream maker Joe Slakas and staff serve up gourmet freezer treats as well as espresso drinks, pastries, smoothies and more. Ingredients are locally sourced as much as possible, fresh and natural.</p>
<p>Slakas, who resides in Croton-on-Hudson and has a background in politics, made ice cream at home until he was encouraged to do it professionally. "People react better to this they do to politicians," he said. "They don't usually scream about ice cream." At least not in a bad way, that is. The ever-changing flavors include at the moment Heath Bar Crunch, pistachio, hazelnut, passion fruit and key lime sorbet.</p>
<p>Look for Slakas commuting via jet ski in the summer and for the golf cart he plans to rig with insulation for around-town ice cream service. </p>