Warwick is a town in the southwest part of Orange County, New York, in the United States. Its population was 32,065 at the 2010 census. The town contains three villages (Village of Florida NY, Village of Greenwood Lake, and Village of Warwick a village also named Warwick) and eight hamlets (Amity, Bellvale, Edenville, Greenwood Forest Farms, Little York, New Milford, Pine Island, and Sterling Forest). Warwick is the home of the annual Applefest, the Summer Arts Festival, The Black Dirt Feast, the Hudson Valley Jazz Festival, and other events and festivals.
Things to do in Warwick
5 based on 333 reviews
Home made ice cream shop featuring milk shakes, sundaes, homemade wafffle cones for sale with a beautiful view of the surrounding farms . We also have quarts of ice cream , ice cream cakes, and ice cream pies.
Bellvale Creamery, by far, is one of the most decadent and indulgent true ice creams available. After their recent renovations, the line moves much more quickly. A local favorite and a must stop for travelers. Fresh, inventive and one of the most spectacular views in the Hudson Valley.
4.5 based on 247 reviews
When Driton “Tony” Sylaj came to the USA in 2000 he dreamed of owning his own restaurant. Tony was born in Kosova in January 1983. Upon arriving in this country his first goal was to obtain a degree. He attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY and received an Associates Degree in Restaurant and Hotel Management.<br><br>Tony began as a dishwasher in a small Italian cafe and gradually worked his way up to bus boy, waiter and then captain. He became the front of the house manager and then started to develop an interest in food preparation. He began as a prep cook and ultimately became head chef. His culinary background leading to Grappa is quite diverse. He has cooked and managed restaurants with the Hilton and Ritz Carlton hotels as well as Yonkers Raceway and Casino and the Surf Club Catering Hall.<br><br>All of these experiences confirmed his goals and dreams. He wanted to own a restaurant of his own that featured exceptional food, an intimate atmosphere and a staff of courteous, hard working professionals. Grappa Ristorante is that and more.<br><br>Ten years of hard work and commitment have allowed the dreams of Driton Sylaj and his partner, Nick Ahmetaj, to become a reality in Warwick Valley, New York. A long way for both from Kosova.
The staff is great. Very elaborate menu and loads of specials. I had Shrimp and Avocados appetizers and Ossobuco main course. Very delicious, can cut with fork. The place decor is very eclectic Highly recommend reservations. Usually packed on weekends.There wine selection is also very good. prices are reasonable.
4 based on 29 reviews
Artisanal bakery using simple, natural ingredients. Local seasonal fruits & vegetables in our sweet and savory pies. Gluten Free and Sugar Free available, but please, please call ahead to see what we have. During apple season we tend to be bought out early.
Walked in as my wife shopped the next door store.
When heading west on 94 the place is very easy to miss. If you do, keep driving.
Walked and was greeted by the most beautiful and friendly golden retriever. Carl was very social and the best part of the visit.
As I looked up a man was standing next to the counter looking as if to judge me for petting the dog rather than buy a pie.
He broke down the types of pies and banished Carl to the back room blocking him from returning with two Apple crates.
Bought a cherry pie.
Later that evening I tried the pie. Crust was excellent but filling was nothing special. $24 for a pie...worth it to see Carl.
4.5 based on 322 reviews
Cozy eclectic well appointed pub atmosphere - Delicious food - Attentive, friendly service - Reasonable Prices - With a side of personal attention from the owner (barkeep) sharing charming stories of his 30+ years in Warwick!
Try the French Onion Soup - CharBroiled 8 oz. Burgers & “Chips” - Enjoy one of several craft or imported draft ales. Please leave room for some of their awesome desert from their in-house pastry chef !!
A Warwick Gem!
4 based on 76 reviews
Seriously completely shocked by all these great reviews. This place was absolutely disgusting and appalling.
I will start off by stating we were a family of 7 and extremely famished from the 24 hour drive from Florida. After my toddler had a tantrum outside of there establishment, we were able to finally come inside and we were seated outside under a Gazebo that had gnats, cobwebs and bees buzzing all around the area. It looked as if the area hadnt been clean in forever.
We were broughten bread and water by a sweat dripping waiter, we sat there for about 10 minutes over looking the menu, finally when we were ready to order we did not find our waitress anywhere to be found. As we were sitting there ready to eat our arms off my sister cut into this loaf of bread that was placed on our table to find a disgusting 3 INCH HAIR BAKED INTO THE MIDDLE OF IT. At this point we waited disgustingly for the waitress to let her know about the hairy bread, when she finally got there it had been over 35 minutes of a wait. She grabbed the bread no apology no NOTHING and took it to the kitchen. She finally came back and took our order with the only stank attitude. She even had the audacity when my sister was asking her about the menu, to tell her i have other tables I need to get drinks for.. like really?? Girl learn how to wait tables!! You wait and answer any questions patiently until youve taken all the tables order without your unnecessary, slow to take an order type of attitude!!
So at this point we were waiting for our food. In total from the time we walked in the door until the time we had enough and walked out an hour and a half!!! Not 40 minutes ..not an hour ..90 freaking minutes. Before we walked out we asked the sweaty waiter that laid down the hairy bread and the waters how much longer, he had the nerve to say ill go ask, and literally walk off to other tables to take orders, he never even went back there to ask! At this point we had enough of there horrible service. We all walked out as me and my sister went to the front to discuss this with the owner. As we explained the awful waitress attitude and the hairy bread and the long wait, this lady started arguing with us!.. in front of other customers sitting and eating there. She argued that the waitress didnt have the attitude, NEVER apologized for the hair in the bread, in fact said THAT HAPPENS!! THAT HAPPENS?? DISGUSTING!! WEAR HAIRNETS PEOPLE THIS IS 2017!!. she had the nerve to tell my sister to pay for all the food THAT WE NEVER EVEN GOT!! BECAUSE THEY WERE ALMOST DONE COOKING IT!! like girl GOODBYE!!
These people were such disgusting individuals even with our bad experience they made my sister pay for the sodas we drank while waiting 90 minutes for our food. The owner didnt even hand her an itemized bill, she put 67$$ down on a waiters pad and made my sister pay $67 for SODAS!!
COME TO FLORIDA AND SEE HOW SERVICE IS DONE HONEY!! THIS RESTAURANT IS A JOKE AND SHOULDNT EVEN HAVE A ONE STAR REVIEW! IF I COULD LEAVE A NEGATIVE I WOULD!! NEVER WILL RECOMMEND EVER!!
4.5 based on 126 reviews
Reasonably priced upscale more traditional menu with great and sufficient salads and meat dishes. Delicious! want to go back. We had barbecued lamb dish and a salad with steak. Both were delicious and prepared perfectly. Salad was substantial and a full meal. Nice cozy ambiance. good service
4.5 based on 161 reviews
Neighborhood Gastropub focused on craft food from scratch and the best craft beer we can drink! American cuisine enables our talented culinary team to reimagine classic dishes while focusing on the comfort food that helps us all reminisce. Burgers are a blend of short rib, brisket and chuck grilled to that perfect temperature on a brioche bun. Our cheesesteak has been giving Philadelphia some new ideas on re-working there classic. And the risotto features seasonally available ingredients like sweet Jersey Corn, Black Dirt Beets, and Heirloom tomatoes. Beer options include our local favorites like Rushing Duck, Equilibrium, Other Half & Grimm in addition to the distant greats like Hill Farmstead, Brasserie Dunham, Zero Gravity & Evil Twin! Our pledge to bring back the old school pub creates a social environment with no televisions at our home away from home!
This was my second time at Eddie's, with friends who eat here often. On the Friday after Thanksgiving, Eddie's was packed, but the waitstaff were friendly and helpful and efficient, always smiling. The food is delicious. And of course, the beer menu is inspired. Thanks to the staff at Eddie's for making a simple lunch so special.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Absolutely beautiful experience in the charming town of Warwick, NY. We sampled all of the options and each and every one was incredibly fresh and true to their ingredients. The team is gracious, service oriented and absolutely passionate about their product and their treatment of their guests.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
I had a once in a life time dinner in the Chateau Hathorn wine cellar for my wedding rehearsal dinner in Warwick earlier this month. We had a six course meal with wine pairings for ten people. Each plate was better than the last. Seafood, steaks, salads, desserts, we felt like royalty. Having the cellar to ourselves made the evening extra special as the two families shared stories from our childhoods. I highly recommend dinner in the wine cellar for special occasions. Thank you Chateau Hathorn for creating memories that will last us a lifetime!
4 based on 169 reviews
Eclectic Canine themed bar and grill (gastropub?) Very Tasty Food and superb service (thanks Tom!). Little pricey - $50 lunch + tip, but worth it. Saw the largest salad I’ve ever seen served anywhere at a neighboring table. Loved their “Thanksgiving Egg rolls”. Nice selection of wine and craft beers.
Walked and drove by numerous times and didn’t realize that it was what it is. Huge dog bone sign and name: “Fetch”, plus dark tinted windows, and (when the weather was warmer) patrons sat outside at cafe’ tables with their “best friends”.
Actually thought it was a gourmet dog bistro or pet-store. A family member called me up and said she saw a Warwick restaurant on “The Chew”. I said, huh? Yes, upon closer examination, the “bone sign” says in small print “bar and grill”. Maybe needs another additional sign: “people served here!”
Try it, you’ll like it.
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