Sleepy Hollow is a village in the town of Mount Pleasant, in Westchester County, New York. The village is located on the east bank of the Hudson River, about 30 miles (48 km) north of New York City, and is served by the Philipse Manor stop on the Metro-North Hudson Line. To the south of Sleepy Hollow is the village of Tarrytown, and to the north and east are unincorporated parts of Mount Pleasant. The population of the village at the 2010 census was 9,870.
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4.5 based on 301 reviews
Stumbled onto Bridge View Tavern a while ago and had a great experience, so when was in a neighborhood again, went for a return visit.
What a wonderful, unpretentious place with great service and good food! A real neighborhood gem.
Everything was delicious - onion soup had lots of tasty cheese, "build-a-burger" was cooked just right, Disco fries did not disappoint, and chocolate lava cake flowed delicious chocolate.
The atmosphere was so cozy and friendly, and you could really see the bridge out the windows!
The best part was our waitress, Patti, whose services we enjoyed on the previous visit as well. She really knows how to welcome guests and make them feel appreciated and taken care of! She stopped by often to check on things, see if we needed anything, and just to share a joke or a kind word. Really made our visit special.
The plentiful meal with soft drinks, shared dessert and two coffees was just over $50, before tax and tip - a great value!
Looking forward to coming back again!
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Meet the Business Owner: Miguel- Manuel - Established in 2013 Madeira, a beautiful Portuguese island and inspiration for the atmosphere of the newly opened Bistro 12 in Tarrytown. Life-long friends who have, at long last, created their dream restaurant. Jose Manuel Goncalves Pereira and Luis Miguel Rodrigues have known each other since the age of 17, so it's hardly surprising that Bistro 12 evokes the landscape of their youth. Fans of Caravela will recognize Manuel, nicknamed "MADEIRA" from his 24-year stint there. MIGUEL years at Polpo, the popular upscale Italian restaurant in Greenwich,Connecticut They have created their own unique bistro establishment, given this amiable team the knowledge and skills to provide a warm, welcoming and gracious atmosphere dedicated to providing a genial dining experience for their customers. Miguel Rodrigues' artwork is the product of a life-long passion. You will see memories of his country come alive - the markets, families, city and country scenes he loves. Enjoying a variety of painting styles, he has produced over 1500 works of art in his Yonkers studio, and has chosen the most evocative paintings with which to decorate the walls of his newest venture.
We made a reservation to meet out of town friends at this restaurant for its first seating.
From the moment we sat down, we felt rushed. The 2 servers were cold and gave an aloof vibe.
Food was fine but overall dining experience was tainted by this attitude. It was not the pleasant dining experience that we had hoped to have.
4.5 based on 401 reviews
Let me start by saying you must make a reservation online two months before you go and you really should do it as the clock strikes midnight. We had a 6:30 reservation which we thought might be early, but since the meal took 3.5 hours, it was a perfect time. It is an expensive dinner, but if you know that going in how could you be surprised? My wife and I do not drink and our bill came out to $690 which included to extra $10 no-alcoholic cocktails.
You are treated extremely well from the beginning. The valet service takes your name so that you are greeted when you get inside. As you leave at the end the inside tells valet so your car is waiting. The courses are delicious and presented in a unique and fascinating way. The servers are knowledgeable and friendly. There was a brief intermission in which you are brought to the bakery in the next room to learn about their bread and watch somebody make some.
My wife and I have some dietary restrictions and we were taken care of with deliberate attention and detail. I would like to go back one day, but the price makes it difficult. I would definitely recommend, though.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
Coffee House/Roastire. We Roast all Coffee on site. We purchase some of the best coffees in the world Drip,Pour Over, Syphon, and espresso drinks. Bakery items & beans for take home
Let me start by saying that this place has some great outreach programs for coffee growers and is also green. I didn't have coffee but the hubby had just a regular drip and he enjoyed it. My gf sweet potato corn muffin was unspectacular and dry- I don't know if they bake on the premises but I'd offer my pumpkin chocolate chip muffin recipe if they wanted to see how good gf can taste. On the other hand the hubby practically inhaled his pecan sweet roll. It's a small place and it seemed like a lot of locals are regulars. A nice experience!
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Tables and chairs were filthy. Facility was hot and air conditioning was inadquate. At noon, they were already "out of" half the items listed on the chalkboard for lunch, even though there were very few patrons. There is no service; you get the food yourself from the counter. Food was pretty awful. Cold salad and cooked sandwich were tasteless and seemed to be prepared days ago. This place should stick to the bakery section and leave dining to those who know what they are doing.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Before we leave town we always stop for ice cream, and this place doesn't disappoint. Their coffee and mint chocolate chip ice creams are great. The staff is all kids, so the service is befitting their age.
4.5 based on 171 reviews
Excellent food in an elegantly confortable setting. I had the surf and turf, which may seem unimaginative, but it was beautifully prepared and presented. Good restaurant for business, but a bit expensive.
4.5 based on 508 reviews
My coworker and I were in Tarrytown for business and since she drove it was my job to figure out where to go for lunch. The choice was easy- the number one rated restaurant in Tarrytown on TripAdvisor- Lefteris Gyro. We got there around 11:30 on a Monday and there was no one else eating there yet. We both had gyros and we were served immediately. They were delicious! The meat was very tasty and tender. I wanted to try one of everything! When we left the place had filled up and the food on other people’s tables all looked great. The town is cute and I would definitely come back the next time I’m in the area. The place is really nice and kind of small so I’m really glad we were able to get in and try it.
4.5 based on 65 reviews
I have never been to Greece. However, Toronto has a large collection of Greek restaurants in a section of town called the Danforth. New York City also has a cluster of Greek restaurants in Astoria. I have enjoyed many chicken souvlakis in the former, exspecially. I make my own spanakopita. I have attempted moussaka twice at home (much easier to have someone make it for you). I am telling you all this because I am trying to let you know that I do not say this lightly. This is the best Greek food in the greater NYC area. It is better than any restaurants I have been to in Astoria. The only thing that is better are some of the places on the Danforth. We specifically planned our day to drive up here and go to dinner. In this latest visit, I had a salad to start, which was enormous, but I appreciated the freshness of it, and the dressing in particular. I heartily enjoyed as much pasticcio as I could manage, and took the rest home with me. Then there was the lovely pita. Perhaps the generous servings were the reason why I wasn't able to make it to dessert. Highly, highly, highly recommended.
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Art Cafe's cuisine is inspired by the many coffee shops that you might find in the streets of Tel Aviv and Europe, with a mix of traditional Israeli recipes and some new creative flavors. Not only do we have a passion for great taste but we also focus on food being healthy. We strongly believe in the phrase "you are what you eat" so we integrate Organic products wherever possible into our dishes. Our focus on such great quality and flavor has led us to Blue Bottle Coffee, a fully Organic and fresh brand of coffee based in Oakland, that pairs well with many of our dishes.
Art Cafe is the perfect neighborhood spot. A few weeks ago, my daughter and I were in Westchester, looking for a breakfast spot, and found ourselves driving all the way back to Nyack for Art Cafe. It is that one comfortable spot that you can go for a simple cappuccino, or full fare breakfast, lunch or light dinner. They do not serve meat here, so keep that in mind. Flavors are wonderful without.
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