Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Fishkill. Fishkill is a village within the town of Fishkill in Dutchess County, New York, United States. The village population was 2,171 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area as well as the larger New York–Newark–Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Statistical Area.
Things to do in Fishkill
2 based on 11 reviews
The charm of this place is the outdoor setting and seating (although indoor is available). They have an open air tent as well and live music on week ends. Their website is not very useful--check them out on Facebook instead. I have been 3 times--two for dinner and once for lunch. The food is very casual and the menu is not very extensive. (The beer list is VERY extensive!) First time I had a mushroom hamburger and it was wonderful-- large and done just right. Second time I had a seafood taco and it was good but was skimpy, given the price. The last time I had the arugula salad with melon and cheese and was very disappointed. Small bowl with ingredients sort of limply laid out--definitely not recommended. My partner had ribs twice and liked them a lot but the sides were skimpy--tiny bowls with a dab of salad and fruit. This is not a place to go for for special food, but rather for the atmosphere in which it is served.
3 based on 27 reviews
On Memorial Day Weekend, we were looking for a casual late lunch with friends, preferably with outdoor seating. We found it at Michael's. Michael's Restaurant is tucked away in a residential area of North Fishkill/Wappinger Falls. We were met immediately at the door by our sweet and smiling waitress Elizabeth who sat us at our table on the patio overlooking a beautiful lawn. We thouroughly enjoyed our potato skins appetizer, Michael's burger, veggie wraps, and drinks. The side of dill herb red potato salad was particularly good. Before leaving, Michael the restaurant owner even invited us to a game of bean bag toss. We had great time and we'll be back.
4 based on 17 reviews
Stopped by Sunday afternoon imagine our surprise at the wonderful duo playing. Then expectations were blown away by the best burger Iâve ever had. The buffalo blue was truly stellar. Dessert - almond cake was also outstanding- not too sweet, light, just delish. Really remarkable visit. Hit up this Kozy and welcoming restaurant if you want to have a memorable afternoon or evening.
3 based on 297 reviews
Our philosophy is simple; to provide great food, exceptional value and friendly service to each and every customer we serve.
Charlie Brown clearly used to be better if sticking to red meat, though never noteworthy. Recently, while dining out as a group, I had the weekend "seafood special" which was chosen despite my normally strong inclinations to avoid seafood in a steakhouse. However, I wanted to go light and made a clearly imprudent judgment in doing so.The pictured portrayal looked tempting and after all it is a weekend special, so I fell right in. First, there are mountains of boring boiled potatoes forming the base over which it appears there's much more seafood than is presented. I counted seven tough, tasteless, nothing approximating fresh mussels, three of which were closed. The clams were boringly inoffensive, but the only inclusion approaching neutral value. The crab was watery, lacking any character or again hint of freshness, the corn on the Cobb waterlogged.Charlie Brown's salad bar is sadly antiquated, as if sheer numbers of offerings is significant to anyone knowing anything fundamental about food and value. I couldn't imagine a look that better suggested a post WWII eatery. A glass of chardonnay, the only option on the "house white" menu (in smaller and larger size) was probably tied for the worst imitation of wine I've ever tasted. It rivals memories of Bowery winos sipping on Golden Wings muscatel, brown pair bag enveloped. Without deprecating Asiatic cuisine, it was both sweet and sour, nether a particularly good nose for vino.And price? Ridiculous for such garbage. Charley Brown, stick with what you know bestX, betterX, uhh modestly serviceable. It amazes me that people can actually repeatedly relish such institutions (I'll never return to this one), but then again America is the home of horrible fast food replacing nuanced cooking and accordingly peaking in vastly unhealthy repercussions.
4 based on 112 reviews
My husband and I ate here when in town for the weekend upon recommendation from our hotel. It is a cozy spot in a historic building. The service was fantastic - Tahlia was attentive and knowledgeable and did not steer us wrong with her recommendations. We had the lobster tempura as an appetizer and it was yummy. The fish and chips and tuna entrees were equally amazing. We will be back next time we are in town!
4 based on 91 reviews
The Dutchess Biercafe is located on Main Street in the center of the village of Fishkill, It is designed to provide a Belgian and/or German beer hall atmosphere. They offer a nice variety of Belgian beers on tap. Although the menu is limited and includes pub food, they offer some traditional Belgian and German specialties - wursts, moules/mussels, schnitzel. They have nice outdoor seating as well as inside.The service was friendly, but could be more efficient.
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