With its sloping Main Street down to the water’s edge, this Hudson River town may be small but packs quite a gastronomic punch.
Expect simply grilled meats, blackened fish tacos, and a killer Sunday gravy at this neighborhood charmer, around since 1998.
Photo by Andre Baranowki
Middle Eastern deli, with homemade just-about-everything (don’t miss the hummus and stuffed grape leaves!).
Photo courtesy of Chutney Masala
Chef/co-owner Navjot Arora’s refined regional-Indian bistro.
Photo by Ken Gabrielsen
Ingredient-driven, Northern Italian fare with top charcuterie boards.
Photo by Doug Schneider
Shrimp in a garlic-tequila broth is a specialty at this restaurant offering both authentic and more Americanized cuisine.
Neighborhood market with in-house butcher, small bakery, and reliably tasty sandwiches and hot food.
Photo courtesy of Revenge BBQ
Antibiotic-and-hormone-free meats are dry-rubbed and slow-smoked Texas-style, resulting in some of the best barbecue in the county.
Photo courtesy of Brrzaar
Certified organic or locally sourced self-serve frozen yogurt, plus small-batch ice cream and nitro floats.
Photo courtesy of Sambal Thai & Malay
Fragrant Thai and Malaysian cuisine from chef/co-owner Navjot Arora (also of Irvington’s Chutney Masala).
Photo by Oleg March
Chef Michael Psilakis’ traditional Greek tavern with a modern spin. The smashed fries are glorious.
Photo courtesy of Red Hat on the River
A bistro serving French classics and New American fare located in a converted 1910 Lord and Burnham factory. Perhaps the top county-dining experience for Hudson River views.