Dominick's Live Poultry 154 Cortlandt St, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 This nondescript gray building is home to stacked pens of live chickens. Customers line up on some mornings to get…More their super-fresh poultry.
Frontboxfilm 21 Neperan Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 A production company in Tarrytown that specializes in short film production, live performances and demo reel production.
Coffey Funeral Home 91 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 This well-maintained mansion dates back to 1850 and has three funeral chapels. The Coffeys, who live upstairs, make…More the process easy by taking care of details, so that grieving families don't have to.
Sleepy Hollow Bicycle Center 95 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Robert Whalen, an active cyclist and racer, has owned the Sleepy Hollow Bicycle Center since 1990. In addition to…More selling all kinds of bikes, equipments and apparels, he runs a sports club out of the shop with constant events and races for swimmers, runners and cyclists. "We ride daily," he says. "We live it and breathe it."
Jazz Forum Arts 13 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 Jazz Forum Arts is a not-for-profit arts organization that has been presenting jazz performances and productions in…More Westchester for over 15 years. The Westchester-based performances are hosted at the Tarrytown Music Hall and quality CDs capturing the live performances are sold online at the Jazz Forum Arts Web site.
Tarrytown Music Hall 13 Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Tarrytown Music Hall is a historic theatre located in the center of town. It has been offering live music…More performances, theatre, dance and films for over 125 years. Music icons ranging from The Count Basie Orchestra to Bruce Springsteen have performed here. The Friends of the Mozartina Musical Arts Conservatory is the current owner and operator of this venue.
Church of The Transfiguration 268 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Transfiguration Parish, part of the Roman Catholic tradition, is committed to the care of the Carmelite Fathers and…More Brothers of New York Province of St. Elias. The Carmelites live together to support one another. The Parish is served by pastors Lucian W. Beltzner, O. Carmelite and James Sidoti, O. Carmelite.
The Castle On The Hudson 400 Benedict Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 This Irish-style castle with sweeping views marks the highest point in Westchester county. What was originally the…More residence of the son of a Civil War general has been renovated and expanded into a luxury hotel and the Equus restaurant. It maintains fanciful antique touches like a full suit of armor and a giant outdoor chessboard. Guest amenities include tennis courts, a spa and an indoor and outdoor heated pool with a bar made to look like a cave. Diners can occasionally enjoy live music such as the romantic Sunday night serenade.
Tarrytown Farmers' Market 121 N Broadway, Tarrytown, NY10591 Patriot's Park is the setting for this market that includes a dozen vendors on Saturdays, some traveling several hours…More from farms in Connecticut and upstate New York. A line of tented tables features a colorful array of fresh produce, prepared foods, wine and meat. Many vendors offer tastings and there's a regular schedule of market events like live music and cooking demonstrations. This market is seasonal.
Philipse Manor Beach and Boat Club 1 Riverside Dr, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Since 1920, this sandy Hudson peninsula across the Philipse Manor train station has been home to a private beach and…More boat club catering to the adjacent community. From Memorial Day to Labor Day, members enjoy a swimming area with regular lifeguarded hours, water that is tested daily for cleanliness, a changing area and picnic tables. While there is currently a five-year wait list for a coveted boat slip, the beach club annually accepts new members who live in Philipse Manor (with a short wait list for non-Manor residents).
1883 Lighthouse at Sleepy Hollow 299 Palmer Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Sleepy Hollow's postcard-perfect lighthouse operated from 1883 until the Tappan Zee Bridge's navigational lights…More rendered its service as unnecessary in 1955. Concerned community members saved it from demolition in the 1960s and it sat vacant until reopening as a public monument in 1983, 100 years after its inception. Now visitors only have to cross a little footbridge to enter what once was a live-in building accessible only by rowboat.
Sleepy Hollow Supermarket 94 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 Seeing a hole on Beekman that needed filling, the Arevalo family that ran the dollar store previously occupying this…More location has shifted their focus here to food. Packing a good amount of fresh, frozen, refrigerated and dry goods in a long, narrow space, the store functions as a full grocery, complete with shopping carts and baskets. The party goods that used to live here have moved down the road to the family's new Dollar Plus shop at 110 Beekman.