Mohegan Lake, or, rarely, Lake Mohegan, is a census-designated place (CDP) located in the Town of Cortlandt and partially in the Town of Yorktown, both in Westchester County, New York. Mohegan Lake was named "Lake Mohegan" in 1859 by William Jones, who owned the Mount Pleasant Hotel on the East side of the lake. The change dates back to the early 1970s before which residents commonly referred to it as "Lake Mohegan", the name still used by the United States Census Bureau for the CDP. The population in the 2010 Census was 6,010. There is a private lake, Mohegan Lake with beaches which was closed for Swimming After Reports of Harmful Algal Blooms.
Things to do in Mohegan Lake
4 based on 109 reviews
A recent family funeral brought us to Augie’s Prime Cut for the repass. The staff rearranged their dining room the accommodate our family. The service was excellent and the food was superb! With a choice of 3 entrees, everyone was served at the same time and everything was perfectly cooked as ordered. Our family couldn’t have made a better choice!
4.5 based on 139 reviews
My husband (a big tea drinker himself) and one of my four kids didn't care for the selection of food - the lunches are a little "light" (salad, small sandwiches and some soup). I don't drink tea very often but the selection is delightful! But great place for a lunch with a girlfriend.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
This busy restaurant is one of the better values in the area. They are very family friendly, and the italian themed menu has something for everyone, including pizza and pastas. Food is pretty good. People tend to return over and over, which is a strong endorsement.
4 based on 18 reviews
They have fray bagels and sandwiches great for lunch they have homemade soups and anything else you would want the parking lot can get crowded however the cookies there are not the best though muffins are very good sometimes they rush so much due to amount of customers online they mess up the order but that has but happened too often
3.5 based on 8 reviews
What I live about thus Dunkin donuts is the staff and how clean it is! Service with a smile! I wish they had a drive through. Parking can be tough!
4.5 based on 20 reviews
I was in the mood for ribs and potatoes and I wanted something convenient and informal. Bob-B-Q's came in handy. I had a half rack of baby back ribs with a large side of mashed potatoes and a small side of large shell mac and cheese. Everything tasted really good and was just what I expected. It's a small place, though I think they expanded since I was last there with an handful of larger tables. Most of their business still seems to be takeout. I decided to eat-in and was served and finished eating in less than 40 mins. I even had a good amount of the sides to take home.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
Fresh Organic and Delicious
Our suburban area of NY is full of many different types of cuisines with a heavy concentration of American, Italian, Japanese/Chinese and Mexican establishments. The Jewel of the Himalaya definitely provides a break from the norm with their Nepalese style fare. I like to bring colleagues visiting us for work to this restaurant because it is a bit different and also due to its convenient location, great food and comfortable atmosphere. Our local staff and our visitor really enjoyed the meal. I hadn’t remembered that they don’t have a full bar - only beer and wine - so bear that in mind if it’s important to you. The wine we chose was quite good and reasonably priced for a bottle at a restaurant. We were not rushed so had plenty of time to appreciate our meal and engage in some interesting discussions.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
The coffee was excellent; the college crowd lent an energetic atmosphere. There is a saying on the roasted coffee that is something like this: "Developing flavor is art; repeating it is science." Applicable to the coffee I was served on more than one occasion.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
We stopped there on the way to Rhode Island. Our waiter spoke extremely poor broken English I had no idea what he was saying. My husband ordered Stromboli but was threw off by the American cheese and I ordered a buffalo chicken hoagie and it was so hot I could hardly muscle through it.
4 based on 72 reviews
Escape to The Winery at St. George Restaurant & Lounge. Custom-make your evening wine tasting at the illuminated bar, relax in one of the many nook-and-crannied couch areas, dine at a table or in the lounge with our seasonal Tapas and Entrée menu or enjoy dinner and a show during one of our famous "Wednesday Night Live" performances. A hidden gem in Mohegan Lake which is sure to be a favorite destination again and again! Your destination for Wine, Food, Entertainment, Atmosphere and more.
This place is just majestic.... the people are nice. The whole atmosphere is classy and smooth. I recommend this place. John is very welcoming !
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