Wappingers Falls /ˈwɒpəndʒərz ˈfɔːlz/ is a village in Dutchess County, New York, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 5,522. The community was named for the cascade in Wappinger Creek. A portion of the village is in the town of Wappinger, and the other part is in the town of Poughkeepsie, with Wappinger Creek forming the dividing line between the towns.
Things to do in Wappingers Falls
4.5 based on 218 reviews
Had lunch at Aroma. They have indoor and outdoor seating. Built like a Tuscan Villa. The menu is extensive. You can order appetizers, salads, pasta , sandwiches or a dinner like meal. Our group ordered Calamari appetizer, Roast Beef thinly sliced with a green salad on top, a prosciutto, basil, tomato and mozzarella sandwich and a pasta dish. Everyone enjoyed their meal. Great service. Thank you William. Lovely place to dine for lunch or dinner.
4 based on 138 reviews
Amazing salads and wraps! Great ingredients and flavors. Would absolutely return and recommend this place.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Coffee house in a historic building. Find on the menu egg sandwiches, omeletes, and French toast, to BBQ pulled pork paninis, angus and salmon burgers and many more specialty sandwiches. Our focus is to please and to keep you coming back! Everything is made to order, and done to perfection. Specialty baked goods also available. We take our coffee very seriously, but also have a great selection of loose leaf teas. See you soon.
Stopped in on a Sat morning while in the town. Impressive coffee varieties. Excellent and friendly service. Had the buffalo chicken omelette and tomato bacon Swiss omelette with a side of home fries. Everything was excellent and nice portion. Serves lunch all day with great looking sandwiches!
4.5 based on 120 reviews
This grocery store has so many options and very fresh produce! I love going to Adams whenever I can.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Stopped by for the first time. In the Town of Wappingers off the main road. Friendly service and clean. I asked for a banana shake and the girl asked if I wanted chocolate with it and that sounded good. It was also real banana and they don't use flavoring so it was delicious. I would say one of the best shakes I had in a long time. They also sever fast food but not interested in that stuff. Will go back again. See you soon.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Longobardi's is one of several Italian restaurants in our area. Not the best, and not the worst. They offer what I would call basic home-made dishes. Besides pasta, they also offer pizza & a typical array of sandwiches. Good solid restaurant. Reasonable prices.
4 based on 88 reviews
Along with their sister restaurant, Cafe Maya, on Rt.9 in Fishkill, these owners put out a very extensive set of menu options, from traditional tacos, enchiladas, burritos, flautas, etc, to much more sophisticated fare (shrimp, steaks, chicken, etc). Quality is very good. They make a good margarita, either by the glass or by the pitcher. Lively atmosphere. Sometimes they have strolling musicians.
4 based on 160 reviews
Living here in this glorious region of the Hudson valley, we are quite spoiled with farm to table, organic type restaurants. Joe Willy's is not in that caliber. you have many other amazing choices to eat at within a 3 mile radius. My husband who sometimes gets embarrassed with my restaurant ratings, even said the food was terrible.
I ordered lobster bisque - it came to the table warm & congealed like jelly. The lobster was tiny bits & flakes. I'd wager money on a can opener soup can heated up over a flame. My salad had brown lettuce. I hate brown lettuce. There is no excuse for brown lettuce. The blue cheese dressing was heaped on so thick, i had to scrape it off. Hence, I visualized the brown lettuce. Next up was stuffed flounder with a side of spinach. FYI - ordering healthy spinach warrants a $3 upcharge. The amount of seasoning on top of my flounder & my husbands order of swordfish, was so heavy you could scrape it off with a knife. Which we did. Tasted like Old Bay mixed with butter. And that is all you tasted.
I don't like leaving bad reviews but trust me - at this price point - you have many other delicious choices.
4.5 based on 245 reviews
Reopened recently after being closed for a while.
It is my third visit within 9 months. The food is fantastic. Certainly, credit to the CIA-trained chefs.
But service continues to falter. I see entirely new waitstaff each time.
This most recent one dropped a used fork from the neighbouring table on to my pants leg and then did not even bother to apologise. We kept having to flag for service.
Service is a part of the entire dining experience and so I hope the owners fix it. Would love to continue to return and to recommend friends.
Btw, the prices are for a fine-dining restaurant.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
New American Style Restaurant and Bar
Came on a recommendation from a friend and thoroughly enjoyed everything. Nice menu with a lot of interesting choices. Basics like cheese steak, burgers, etc. with entrees such as root beer braised short ribs. All were delicious. Go on Wednesday night where bottles of wine are 1/2 price with an entree order. Only complaint was that the room is very loud, even though only about 1/2 full. Still was fun and look forward to returning soon.
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