Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Tappan, New York, United States. Tappan (pronounced tuh-PAN), Indian word meaning "tuphanne"—translation, "cold water"—is a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of Orangetown, Rockland County, New York, United States. It is located north of Old Tappan, New Jersey, east of Nauraushaun and Pearl River, south of Blauvelt, and west of Palisades and Sparkill. The population was 6,613 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Tappan
4 based on 14 reviews
At Hudson 303 Sport Cafe we serve traditional and upscale bar fare â with a focus on high quality ingredients, classically-trained kitchen, and a welcoming staff. We are located inside the Tappan Golf Center, just steps from Route 303 and the Palisades Pa
First time there. The beer selection is what brought us there. But the food was the big surprise. From appetizer to main course everything was made fresh.guacamole made fresh at the table. the braised short ribs were excellent as was the fresh made taco on fresh made shell. Chicken marsala was excellent. Will probably be back shortly great place.
4 based on 59 reviews
Northvale Classic Diner has been serving the community since 1981. Our credo is "Comforting, yet sophisticated", and that means we make every effort to serve you the best comfort food diners are famous for, but with an eye towards the sophisticated palett
This diner has everything but it gets crowded and parking is tough and even harder getting to leave. I like the food. And provides but there is a lot of congestion here and some people in a rush will not deal with this. However for good breakfasts it is hard to beat
4 based on 94 reviews
14 & Hudson is a new kitchen and bar located in Piermont, NY, serving affordable "New American" bistro favorites accentuated with unique and flavorful twists. With an affinity for locally sourced ingredients, guests are treated to culinary creations that
14 and Hudson is a lovely, although noisy, restaurant in a lovely town. I had the blueberry pancakes which were delicious and large. Not only were there blueberries in the pancakes but also surrounding them. However, for $18.00 they are very pricey. My wife had the Baja Fish Tacos which were also delicious. However, our friends said that the meals they ordered were good but lacked that extra which would have made them excellent.The service was just okay because there was only one waitress. We did very much enjoy our stroll through the town and along the water. We will be back to lovely Piermont, but we will try another restaurant.
4 based on 84 reviews
We are a family friendly diner with excellent service. We offer daily Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner specials at a great price.
Arrived at location for a take out. The cashier was very nice and offered me a menu to look over. I chose a salad with turkey, roast beef, ham , all the salad trimmings and included a sliced hard boiled egg. That what was I read in the description within he menu. When I got home there was no egg. Everything else was there but no egg. Did the restaurant run out of eggs, was it eaten quickly by staff, or did they forget to include the egg. I am tired of restaurants not fulfilling orders to completeness, especially when the menu states what is included.Hi mike! Iâm so sorry that happened to you. Please stop in and give us another chance. Also mention that we forgot an ingredient on your takeout order. And Iâm sure you will not be disappointed. Thank you for your review Christine
4 based on 46 reviews
I could find it on Google.
I've been here a few times and the service and food have been very consistent. The menu is very diverse so just about anyone can find something they like. I have always been there with large groups (up to 10) and the service has been fast and efficient. Never had a bad meal and the prices are very good.
4 based on 52 reviews
This is my second time at Roost and I went back because I loved it the first time. Its still as good as I had mentioned in my previous review ( Oct, 2018). Located in a small house in Sparkill NY, it is a quaint cozy little restaurant with excellent cuisine and a decent wine list including plenty of Riojas and Cavas. The appetizers are big portions and I recommend you share, while the entrees are smaller but still excellent. Some of our group's favorites were the mushroom appetizer, the shrimp and the chicken entrees. I would not recommend the fish, since it was just average. The service is friendly friendly and casual. I give it my GoldnAdvice seal of approval.
4 based on 43 reviews
Weâve been going here for years and have a great meal any time of day. They have s huge menu with so many choices and dinner specials are fantastic too. Always friendly fast service and delicious food. I canât say one thing is better than the other. Great variety of burgers, Spanish food especially the rice is perfect, Italian is good too like tender veal parm, steaks good quality and cooked perfectly, fish is fresh and good variety. Huge portions but take doggie bag so you can eat dessert!
4 based on 91 reviews
A great friendly place with excellent bartenders, Sean Kirin, and like most Irish pubs youâll have a friend. The menu caries some great staples yet the beauty of this spot is the chef daily specials. Beer selection is extensive an the liquor top shelf market is there.
4 based on 62 reviews
D'Vine Bar is a lively spot offering excellent food and innovative cocktails plus an extensive list of beers and wines. The food menu is arranged according plate sizes such as "smallest" and "small-ish." To start, we had the broccoli teriyaki bites, which are listed as "small", the dip-it.dip-it, which is listed as smallest and two orders of the taco of the day. The broccoli teriyaki bites are addictive, crunchy and flavorful. The dips were good, but ordinary. The grilled shrimp tacos each had two large pieces of shrimp and various topping; tasty, but somewhat on the bland side. Our main courses included the charred broccoli salad (excellent, plenty of veggies and very tasty ramen as a base); smoked beet salad (also delicious, although not as large a portion as the broccoli); the "London Calling," chicken katsu, and sunny side tuna tartar were each a work of art and delightful. Cocktails were all great fun and well made. The Yuzu Sour is a great hot weather choice. Some of the prices are high, such as for several of the fish dishes, but overall with starters, entrees, drinks, coffee, and one shared dessert, our bill with the tip was $340 for 5 people. Given the quality of the food, this is a bargain and if you live in the area, there is no toll to pay or parking fee to enjoy a meal that is as good as any you will find in Manhattan.
4 based on 212 reviews
You have to see this restaurant to believe it! Such great character! The history and stories in this building! The charm still remains from back in the 1700's. The multiple fireplaces, wood beams, and wood floors all add to the great ambiance. The dÃ©cor hanging on the walls fit the period well. You can even sit on a bar stool at the bar and order a great beer on tap. We didn't know we could make reservations but we were lucky that we scored a table on a very busy Saturday evening. Another couple we met for dinner hadn't been here either and drove like us, almost 45 minutes. The restaurant provided a basket of fresh rolls and butter once we placed our meal order. My wife and I started with the Mesclun Salads while our friends ordered the French onion soup and the corn chowder soup. The salads were a very generous portion and had several different lettuce leaves. Not your basic salad. We were told the soups were tasty and they both went back empty.Our entrees included the hangar steak, two orders of the crab cakes, and the Jaeger Schnitzel. The hanger steak was cooked perfectly after the waiter provided a suggestion on how he would order it. The steak came with French fries which were overcooked and greasy as well as a creamy spinach. The crab cakes were a big hit. Two medium sized crab cakes with rice and vegetables. Real crab meat. Very filling. The Jaeger Schnitzel was tasty. All the portion sizes were very good. As coffee snobs, we would say the coffee was excellent. No room for dessert. Our meal was very leisurely. It was slow at times but the ambiance made up for it. Our waiter was excellent but very overwhelming and annoying on occasions. He provided us stories of his life, his kids, his kids girlfriends, etc. TMI. The prices were reasonable and there was sufficient parking in their lot. If not, there was parking on the streets behind the restaurant. I'll be back when the fireplaces are blazing.
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