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10913, Smokehouse, BBQ, Blauvelt, NY, Rockland County, Sports Bar, excellent bbq, craft beers, cornbread soufflé, great food, Restaurant Review Bailey's Smokehouse

845-398-1457 
  Bailey’s Smokehouse, serving BBQ, is located at 136 East Erie Street, Blauvelt, NY 10913 in Rockland County.

From Bailey's Smokehouse: "Here you can find some of the Best BBQ East of The Mississippi. Our smoking process starts with quality cuts of meat which are rubbed with our own BBQ Spice or marinated overnight. Then they are slow smoked for up to 12 hours using local hard woods until tender, moist and full of flavor. This unique cooking process creates what’s known as a “Smoke Ring” which develops along the outside of the meat and around the bones in our products. You can be assured that despite this red ring all of our meats are smoked to well done and that the “Smoke Ring” you see is a sign of outstanding authentic BBQ."

Restaurant Review
American Craft Beer Selection
Events (Check schedule on website)
Sports Bar atmosphere

The word is The sport-bar feel is spot on for enjoying the "excellent bbq", "good selection of craft beers" and "the free bowl of salad with peppers, cucumbers, carrots, and broccoli for the table was awesome" and don't miss the amazing cornbread soufflé.

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10960, Cafe, Hudson River Town, Vegetarian, Organic restaurant, Nyack NY, 'Live' Music, Local, organic ingredients, Outdoor dining, Vegetarian, The word is, Dine at Art Cafe, organic, vegetarian, affordable prices, Israeli cuisine, Israeli cuisine, Resta Art Cafe of Nyack "Vegetarian and Organic"

845-353-4230 
  The Art Cafe of Nyack, a Mid Eastern Israeli Vegetarian and Organic restaurant, is located at 65 South Broadway, Nyack NY 10960, in one of the Hudson River Towns of Rockland County.

From Art Cafe of Nyack: "The roots of the Art Cafe run very deep through the personal history of its proprietor, Dorit Kramer. Born in Israel to a family that had been living in Jerusalem for nine generations, Dorit learned the arts of cooking and hospitality not by going to school, but by absorbing the world that surrounded her– a world full of warm personalities. It is an echo of all things that have come before, but when it hits your ears, it sounds like nothing you’ve heard before."

About the Coffee
"We strongly believe that each cup of coffee we make is not only the freshest cup you can get but also the best. We take our time freshly grinding your recently roasted coffee. We then brew it perfectly, each cup individually. We don’t believe coffee should sit for any amount of time before it is served. So you can expect an intimate, a fresh, a delicious, and a beautiful experience at Art Cafe."

Restaurant Review
Live Music (Call for schedule.)
Local and organic ingredients
Outdoor dining on patio
Sunday Brunch
Vegetarian and Vegan Menu

The word is Dine at Art Cafe of Nyack, serving organic vegetarian options in a warm and cozy space. Find organic eggs, milk, yogurts and more organic selections, all at affordable prices. Enjoy sitting outside in the warm weather or enjoy a hot latte in the inviting indoor dining areas. "Delicious Israeli cuisine."

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10960, Pub food, Hudson River Town, fun, and entertainment, restaurant and bar, restaurant row, downtown Nyack, Late Night Menu, Restaurant Review, Late Hours, Live Music, Outdoor seating in front of Pub, Sports Bar, The word is, Friendly pub Nyack Pour House

845-727-7687 
  Nyack Pour House, serving Traditional American and Pub food, is located at 102 Main Street, Nyack, NY 10960, in one of the Hudson River Towns of Rockland County.

From the owner: "Nyack Pour House is Rockland County's #1 destination for great food, fun, and entertainment. Founded in 2010, the Pour House offers a 3,000+ square foot restaurant and bar located in the center of restaurant row directly across from the public parking lot in downtown Nyack, NY. It features a full Lunch, Dinner, and Late Night Menu, and consists of both indoor and outdoor dining where you can relax, watch your favorite sporting event, and enjoy food and drinks with your co-workers, friends and family."

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Full Bar
Jukebox
Late Hours (Bar Service = to 4:00 am)
Live Music
Noise level = Can get very loud
Outdoor seating in front of Pub.
Sports Bar

The word is Friendly pub, more like a Sport Bar.

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10960, Tavern, Pub Food, Hudson River Town, Traditional American, Nyack, NY, Rockland County, history of the Tavern, Music Events, Sunday Brunch, , The word is, Great neighborhood pub, good food, best veggie burger, pint of Guinness, Restaurant Review O'Donoghue's Tavern

845-358-0180 
  O'Donoghue's Tavern, serving Pub Food and Traditional American, is located at 66 Main Street, Nyack, NY 10960, in one of the Hudson River Towns of Rockland County.

From the owners: "O'Donoghue's is a place of happy contradictions . . . A harbor of warm, cobbled-together comforts, that offers outstanding fare without pretense . . . of great brews and spirits . . . and a spirited customer base whose legacy is a century of friendships begun and nurtured inside its walls. OD's is Nyack's local . . . a crossroads between generations, white & blue collars, singles and families. In a word – Its home."

A Bit of History about 66 Main Street in Nyack
For more than a century, there has been a tavern at 66 Main Street, serving Nyack folks, a daily share of good cheer and fine spirits. . . . on a summer's day in 1909, local tradesmen might be toasting workday's end with tourists just completing the twenty mile trip up the river from New York City, or commuters debarking from ferries that crossed the as-yet unbridged Hudson from Tarrytown." Press blue button for photos and more history about the Tavern on 66 Main Street.

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Live Music
Sunday Brunch

The word is Great neighborhood pub with good food and a very friendly waitstaff serving the "best veggie burger" and fish & chips, and a "near perfect pint of Guinness where the head is creamy and the stout is fresh" but it gets "super crowded on the weekends".

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10960, Pub Menu, Nyack, NY, River Towns of Rockland, Bar and Restaurant, Irish pub, superb food, good fun, great music, and events, Restaurant Review, Event Calendar, Sunday Brunch, Irish Breakfast, creamy pint of Guinness O'Malley's

845-727-0515 
  O'Malley's, serving a Pub Menu and Traditional American cuisine, is located at 108 Main Street, Nyack, NY 10960 in one of the River Towns of Rockland County.

From O'Malley's: "Welcome to O'Malley's Bar and Restaurant a great Irish pub. Whether you are in the mood for superb food, good fun, great music, and events, you can find it here. So do stop in and join us for some warmth and cheer. Check out our Event Calendar for upcoming shows and specials.

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Beer and Wine
Event Calendar
Large screen TV's
Sunday Brunch

The word is Visit on Sunday for a full Irish Breakfast, or any week day night for a fun time with a group or alone; where you can always get an interesting conversation going with the Irish bartenders while they pour a creamy pint of Guinness. On weekends the place is packed and very loud - but if that’s what you're looking for, do go.

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10960, Traditional American cuisine, Nyack, NY, Hudson River Towns, restaurant, Restaurant Review, Live Music, fireplace, full bar, Serving lunch and dinner, Sunday Brunch, Waterfront Dining, Hudson River water views River Club

845-358-0220 
  River Club, serving Traditional American cuisine, is located at 11 Burd Street, Nyack, NY 10960, in one of the Hudson River Towns of Rockland County.

From River Club: "The River Club is one of Nyack's favorite destinations. The restaurant offers a comfortable, inviting atmosphere perfect for casual dining with family and friends. Our staff is one of its greatest assets, and we look forward to making your afternoon or evening an enjoyable one. The River Club is perfect in any weather or season - our outdoor bar and dining area are popular in beautiful weather, and our cozy taproom with fireplace warms up any chilly, wet day."

Restaurant Review
Fireplace
Full Bar
Live Music (Check schedule on website)
Noise level = Average
Outdoor dining
Serving lunch and dinner
Sunday Brunch
TV's to watch the game
Waterfront Dining

The word is Friendly service, location and views are fabulous, and some great live music, but the décor needs a facelift and the food needs to improve. Go for the great Hudson River water views and sea breezes.

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10960, Hudson River Town, New American cuisine, Nyack, NY, River Towns, Outdoor dining on patio, Sunday Brunch, Water views, The word is, intimate restaurant, banks of the Hudson River, views of the Tappan Zee bridge, Restaurant Review Two Spear Street

845-353-7733 
  Two Spear Street, serving New American cuisine, is located at 2 Spear Street, Nyack, NY 10960, in one of the Hudson River Towns of Rockland County.

From the owner: "Two Spear Street’s dishes are an eclectic blend of New American Inspired Dishes with influences from around the world. Serving the finest Prime Cuts of Beef, Fresh Seafood and Creative House Specialties, Two Spear Street will be a culinary treat. The views from Two Spear Street’s picture windows are simply spectacular! Come at dusk and witness for yourself the golden hues, as they play off The Hudson River and The Tappan Zee Bridge framework.

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Full Bar
Live Music on Thursdays
Outdoor Dining
Sunday Brunch
Waterfront Dining

The word is The food and the service is wonderful at this charming and intimate restaurant located on the banks of the Hudson River; with views of the Tappan Zee Bridge (small parking lot between you and the view).

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10968, Piermont NY, Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Champagne Brunch, Restaurant Review, 
Bar Menu, Live Music , Outdoor dining overlooking the Hudson, Sunday Brunch, 
Waterfront dining overlooking the Hudson, The word is Pier 701 Restaurant & Bar

845-848-2550 
  Pier 701, serving French American cuisine, is located at 701 Piermont Ave, Piermont NY 10968 in Rockland County.

From Pier 701: "In July of 2013, Pier 701 had its grand opening. Denis and his staff have been committed to making your dining experience as spectacular as the view. Serving up Lunch, Dinner and a Sunday Champagne Brunch and a sunset that is not to be missed."

Restaurant Review
Bar Menu
Full Bar
Live Music (call for schedule)
Outdoor dining overlooking the Hudson
Parking - Private Lot
Serving lunch, dinner
Sunday Brunch
Waterfront dining overlooking the Hudson

The word is "Go for the view during the day" and just order a drink. If you go, let us know what you think at gail@westchestertowns.com.

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10968, Mexican food, Piermont, NY, Rockland County, Outdoor Dining, food, Restaurant Review, Outdoor dining on porch, The word is Turning Point "Home of Great Music"

845-359-1089 
  The Turning Point "home to great music", is located at 468 Piermont Ave, Piermont, NY 10968. Before the show, take a walk on the Pier at Piermont and enjoy fantastic views, clean air, and a wonderful breeze.

Press blue button for The Turning Point music schedule.

The word is One of the best music venues in the Tri State region . . . the jazz is great and the blues are hot.

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Music & Environmental Festival, Top 4 Music Festivals in the US, Folk Festival, good music, About Clearwater, Clean Water Act, the Hudson River Park Act, removal of PCB’s from the Hudson, America’s Environmental Flagship, Clearwater Environmental Clearwater's Hudson River Festival

 
 

Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival
A Music & Environmental Festival

Clearwater Environmental Organization

  • "One of the Top 4 Music Festivals in the U.S."
    Outside Magazine,

  • "Clearwater is everything a Folk Festival should be; good music, good people and good fun.You'll find your community is bigger when you leave than when you came.",
    Ani DiFranco

  • "Playing Clearwater was one of the most fulfilling experiences I've had in music. I feel lucky to have been invited.",
    Josh Ritter

About Clearwater
"Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc. is a 501(c)3 tax exempt nonprofit, member- supported corporation whose mission is to preserve and protect the Hudson River. In 1966, folk music legend and environmental activist Pete Seeger, in despair over the pollution of his beloved Hudson River, announced plans to “build a boat to save the river”. At the time, the Hudson was rank with raw sewage, toxic chemicals and oil pollution; fish had disappeared over many miles of its length. Seeger believed a majestic replica of the sloops that sailed the Hudson in the 18th and 19th centuries would bring people to the river, where they could experience its beauty and be moved to preserve it. Inspired by that vision, the 106-feet-long tall ship Clearwater was built and launched in 1969. The sloop was among the first vessels in the U.S. to conduct science-based environmental education aboard a sailing ship, virtually creating the template by which such programs are conducted around the world today.

"Since the launch of the Clearwater, more than 430,000 young people and hundreds of thousands of adults have experienced their first real look at an estuary’s ecosystem—fish, invertebrates, water chemistry and ecological principals—aboard the sloop. Clearwater’s environmental education programs now serve more than 15,000 students annually, and the organization also educates over 200 teachers each year through SUNY New Paltz, Pace University and other institutions. Clearwater’s members have helped advocate for the Clean Water Act, the Hudson River Park Act and removal of PCB’s from the Hudson.

"The Clearwater has become America’s Environmental Flagship, and was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 2004 for its role in the environmental movement. Each summer, Clearwater re-connects Hudson Valley residents with their cultural heritage and traditions by bringing them down to the river for the Great Hudson River Revival, the country’s oldest music and environmental festival. The organization and its local sloop clubs also sponsor smaller local riverfront festivals throughout the year. Clearwater’s unique approach to public outreach has made the Clearwater a symbol of grassroots action through hands-on learning, music and celebration."

Press blue button for festival information, donations, and updated information about Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival.

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10983, Traditional American cuisine, Tappan, NY, oldest tavern; National Landmark, fireplaces, live music, Sunday brunch, wine dinners, Restaurant Review, Historic property, Live Music, Serving lunch and dinner, The word is, History Old '76 House "Historic Tavern"

845-359-5476 
  The Old '76 House, serving Traditional American cuisine, is located at 110 Main Street, Tappan, NY 10983 in Rockland County.

From the owner: "The ‘76 House is New York’s oldest tavern; a three hundred year old structure lovingly restored to pristine condition by the Norden Family. Listed as a National Landmark, the restaurant offers even more than historical significance. Today, patrons enjoy fabulous food prepared by our acclaimed chef in a comfortable and hospitable atmosphere. Four glowing fireplaces, live music, our famous Sunday brunch and eagerly anticipated monthly wine dinners have elevated the ’76 House to one of the area’s top dining destinations. We look forward to welcoming you soon."

Restaurant Review
Fireplaces (4)
Historic property
Live Music
Monthly Wine Dinners
Noise level = Quiet
Serving lunch and dinner
Sunday Brunch

The word is The "atmosphere is amazing" in this historic landmark where you can "feel the history within these walls;" and "the warmth of the fireplace” is especially cozy in cold winter weather. Although the food can be very good, it seems to be "hit or miss".

History of the '76 House
"The Old '76 House is not simply one of America's oldest taverns. Built in 1668, The Old '76 House had a profound effect on the outcome of The Revolutionary War. Through its long use as a meeting place for patriots, The Old '76 House established itself as safe ground for Americans when the air was rife with revolution and the tavern itself served as the "prison" of the Revolution's most notorious spy, Major John Andre. That is why The Old '76 House is often referred to as "Andre's Prison", not a real prison, in fact never having been a place of incarceration for anyone before or since. On the contrary, The Old '76 House has been a haven for many a weary traveler for more than two hundred years. This great tavern has accommodated on various occasions, every General of the west wing of the Continental Army including Commander-in-Chief General George Washington who, with his chief provisioner Samuel Fraunces, dined in the comfortable atmosphere of The Old '76 House.

"The story of Major Andre and Benedict Arnold is one strewn with deception, fateful remorse, and mortal consequences. It is also a story which could have changed the outcome of the Revolution. Andre, a charming, handsome, young man, was adjutant general to General Sir Henry Clinton, Commander-in-Chief of the British forces in North America. Arnold was a brilliant and respected general as well as a great friend of General Washington.

"General Benedict Arnold, having been severely reprimanded by Congress and, in fact, court martial, had become embittered and ready to betray his country. Truly a brilliant general, he realized the strategic importance of West Point and, drawing on his long-term friendship with Washington, sought to secure the command of the fortress. Washington, who regretted the treatment and reprimand of Arnold, granted his request and thus Benedict Arnold was placed in a position to betray his country.

"Arnold began to correspond secretly with General Clinton about his plan to let West Point fall into British hands. As a result, Clinton sent Major Andre up the Hudson in the British Sloop-of- War, Vulture, on September 20, 1780 to meet with Benedict Arnold. Andre was rowed ashore at the long cove just south of Haverstraw, where the two men conferred until sunrise. Their plans for the handing over of West Point still not complete, they rode on horseback to the home of Joshua Hett Smith, which stood on what is now known as Treason Hill. There it was agreed that Arnold should have one of the links removed from the great iron chain which stretched across the Hudson from West Point to King's Ferry to prevent the passage of British ships up the river. Arnold planned to replace the iron link with rope, on the pretext that the chain needed mending.

"Plans were completed and Andre hid his papers, showing the fortifications of West Point and the placement of soldiers, between his "stockings and feet". Toward evening he asked to be rowed back to the Vulture, but Smith said it was too dangerous and persuaded Andre to cross the Hudson at Stony Point and proceed to the British lines by land. Near Tarrytown he was stopped by three American soldiers who discovered the incriminating papers and took him to the nearest commanding officer. From there he was taken to Tappan, where Washington had placed his headquarters, and imprisoned in The Old '76 House - then called Mabie's Inn.

"After a trial in the Dutch Church in Tappan, a court of inquiry reported that Andre ought "to be considered a spy from the enemy and that, agreeable to the law and usage of nations, it is their opinion he ought to suffer death." He was marched up the hill to a gallows at noon on October 2, 1780. As he stood beneath the gibbet he said: "All I request gentlemen is that while I acknowledge the propriety of my sentence, you will bear me witness that I die like a brave man." In 1820 Andre's remains were brought to rest in Westminster Abbey, London where he is regarded as a hero. Benedict Arnold died in London in 1801, shunned by friend and foe alike."

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10993, New American, Pizza, Seafood, West Haverstraw NY, River Towns of Rockland County, Restaurant Review, Fireplace, Kids menu, Late Hours, Live Music, Outdoor dining on deck overlooking water, Small Plates, Waterfront Dining, WiFi = Free, The word is Hudson Water Club

845-271-4046 
  Hudson Water Club, serving American cuisine, Seafood and pizza, is located at 606 Beach Road, West Haverstraw NY 10993, in one of the River Towns of Rockland County.

From Hudson Water Club: "The Hudson Water Club sits within a beautiful waterside setting, against sweeping views of the Hudson River. Inside, snazzy terrazzo tile, vaulted ceilings, and floor to ceiling windows make for tremendous use of the natural views of the river. The restaurant's cuisine is Contemporary American with a strong emphasis on seafood designed by our CIA trained Executive Chef Michael Dobias. Chef Dobias focuses on local ingredients and strives to feature seasonal items at their peak of freshness. Our diverse menus combine classic favorites with modern twists to be savored in surroundings of breath-taking river views and exceptional service and hospitality."

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Fireplace
Full Bar
Kids menu
Late Hours
Live Music
Outdoor dining on deck overlooking water
Raw Bar
Serving lunch and dinner
Small Plates
Waterfront Dining
WiFi = Free

The word is The views are amazing and the atmosphere in the dining room is beautiful. Both food and service need to improve, but hey, with waterfront views like this, restaurants stay full and unfortunately let food and service slip.

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