Authentic homestyle Thai takeout.
While Tarrytown House Estate made its name as a conference center, this popular destination offers rooms for individual visitors. The “campus” contains a collection of historic and modern buildings and features river views, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, tennis courts, and an exercise facility. Cellar 49, with its wine vault in what used to be the private bowling alley of the Biddle Mansion, serves up a modern twist on classic American cuisine in a moody setting of stone, brick, and rich wood. Both Sunnyside and Lyndhurst can be reached on foot from Tarrytown House. Inquire when booking about heritage tour packages that include visits to area historic sites such as Kykuit, the Rockefeller estate, and special Historic Hudson Valley events, including The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze.
Formerly the convent of the Episcopal Sisters of Saint Mary’s, The Abbey Inn emerges, wholly renovated and re-imagined, as the premier retreat for today’s modern traveler.
Located in Northern Westchester, just one hour from Grand Central Terminal, perched high, overlooking the Hudson River, The Abbey Inn features luxurious guest rooms and suites, exquisite indoor and outdoor private event spaces, a full-service spa and Apropos, farm to table restaurant and bar.
The lovingly and painstakingly restored convent and chapel atop Fort Hill in Peekskill is the ideal venue for celebrating all of life’s meaningful moments.
Enter the year 1750, when Philipsburg Manor was a thriving milling and trading complex that was home to 23 enslaved individuals of African descent.
A majestic paradise with sweeping river views
Built in 1685 by the lord of Philipsburg Manor, the Old Dutch Church is the oldest church in New York State. The church is open on many weekend afternoons in summer and fall. The Burying Ground is open year-round. Combine your visit with a trip to Philipsburg Manor, right across the street.
American classics with a Parisian twist.
An informal Irish pub and restaurant on Beekman Avenue.
Latin American cuisine in the center of Sleepy Hollow.
New York-style pizza and Italian pasta dishes.
Classic bar food and a choice of 20 craft beers and 4 wines on tap.
Family-owned pizzeria and restaurant.
Authentic Peruvian cuisine.
A family-owned Greek restaurant rated “very good” by the New York Times.
Hosts readings, open mics, and other special events.
Authentic Dominican cuisine.
Seafood-centric restaurant with rooftop views of the Hudson River.
A wide selection of draft beer, house-smoked barbecue, and a variety of salads, seafood, and other American cuisine. View of the Tappan Zee and the Hudson.
You can visit Washington Irving’s grave in the bucolic Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, just a few miles north of Sunnyside in the village of Sleepy Hollow. Guided tours of the cemetery, located across the street from Philipsburg Manor, are available for a fee from April through November. Self-guided visits by car or on foot are free.
Afternoon and evening tours are a great way to complement your visit to a Historic Hudson Valley site or event.
Casual restaurant serving Caribbean and Latin American fare.
A farmer’s market and community gathering with live musicians and more. Saturdays from 8:30am – 2pm; Memorial Day – Thanksgiving.