6 Happy Hours by Westchester County Train Stations

After a long day, commuters can look forward to any one of these bars and restaurants with top-tier happy hours located ultra-close to (or even inside) local train stations.

Pub Street

Conveniently located within Pleasantville’s bustling 1905-era train station, Pub Street knows how to do Happy Hour right. Helmed by Chef Mogan Anthony, this new American eatery with Asian inspiration boasts a bountiful Happy Hour from 3 to 6 p.m. on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, with bites such as crispy cheese curds for $8 and patatas bravas for $7, along with a fleet of wines and beers priced at $6 each.

Hudson Social

Hudson Social

The 1889 Dobbs Ferry train station, replete with attractive stone and terra-cotta arches, is also home to a beloved bistro with an exceptional Happy Hour. A café dishing out coffee and baked goods during the day, by night Hudson Social transforms into a busy American eatery with a Happy Hour from 4 to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, boasting beverages such as $7 cocktails and $3 domestic beers, as well as noshes such as pretzel bites, chicken fingers, and french fries, all priced at just $5.

Red Horse by David Burke

Red Horse by David Burke

While this buzzy new restaurant owned by star chef David Burke is a whole seven-minute walk from the White Plains train station, it is worth going slightly out of your way for its swanky Happy Hour. From 3 to 6 p.m. every day at the bar, thirsty commuters can snag food such as the restaurant’s impressive Red Horse cheeseburger or octopus or chorizo kebabs for $12 as well as beers at $6 and cocktails for $10 and $12.

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Hudson Prime Steakhouse

Those tired of the rat race can belly up to the bar at this swanky local steakhouse while waiting for a ride at Irvington’s train station. Less than a three-minute walk from the platform, Hudson Prime Steakhouse’s Happy Hour, from 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, features house wines and liquors for $10 each, beers at $6, and a host of tasty bites such as filet mignon steak crostini or prime beef sliders, both for $15, as well as short rib tacos and crispy sushi samplers at $3 a piece.

The Central

Get a different kind of buzz after hours at this coffee-by-morning but booze-by-night shindig. Perched in the historic and revitalized Peekskill Station, The Central is your new favorite after-work hangout. Fives are wild during happy hour; take advantage of select beer, wine, or a cocktail…all for $5 a pop. With specialty drinks such as The Conductor (Campari, cabernet, A’ Siciliana aranciata soda, blood orange bitters), you might need to taste-test more than one…



This chic temple to seafood just a four-minute walk from the Port Chester train station offers a veritable smorgasbord of discounted food and drink offerings. With a standard Happy Hour from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Saltaire also offers hungry locals Craft Cocktail Thursdays from 4 to 9 p.m. that day, with small bites and $10 cocktails, as well as live music on Wednesdays and Sundays and weekend Happy Hours from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

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