Thursday Nights

Bar Scene

The Horse and Hound Inn 

94 Spring St, South Salem

Come to the Horse and Hound Inn the last Thursday of every month to enjoy old-fashioned, traditional Irish and Scottish-inspired jam sessions. Though kilts and bagpipes are not required, the jam is open to all skill levels. The Inn hosts a rotating list of rock ‘n’ roll bands on a monthly basis.

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Saltaire Oyster Bar

55 Abendroth Ave, Port Chester

Enjoy plump, juicy bivalves and a convivial atmosphere at Saltaire’s lively oyster-bar lounge. This chic fish restaurant hosts buck-a-shuck oyster night every Thursday evening at the bar until closing. Cherrystones are 50 cents each, while crisp pours of Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadet will only set you back about $7 a glass. 



Pinot’s Palette 

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108 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck

Painting while quaffing is simple at Pinot’s Palette, providing a twist on date night or a get-together with friends. Though sessions are offered Thursday through Saturday nights, Thursdays attract a classy crowd. Call ahead to register and reserve a seat at an easel. Classes start at 7 p.m.



Barney McNabbs

600 Tuckahoe Rd, Yonkers

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Feel the urge to belt out your favorite tunes in a public setting? Look no further than Barney McNabbs, where video karaoke — organized by Nightstars Video Entertainment — lights up the stage every Thursday night. Let your inner diva break free at this Yonkers favorite. Billiards and darts are always a hit with the silent crowd, too.



The Oath Craft Beer Sanctuary

5 Main St, Tarrytown

The Oath Craft Beer Sanctuary hosts a robust trivia night every Thursday, regularly welcoming between 12 to 15 teams of competitors. Test your intellect and win beer-related prizes, like limited-edition brews, glassware, and other paraphernalia. 



Emelin Theatre

153 Library Lane, Mamaroneck

The Emelin Theatre’s mission is to bring world-class arts and culture to Westchester, and this year, the theater hosts a monthly French-movie night on Thursdays through June 2017. Films start at 8 p.m.; stick around after the screening to sip a glass of wine among fellow Francophiles. $18 per ticket.