Irvington, sometimes known as Irvington-on-Hudson, is an affluent suburban village in the town of Greenburgh in Westchester County, New York, United States. It is located on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, 20 miles (32 km) north of midtown Manhattan in New York City, and is served by a station stop on the Metro-North Hudson Line. To the north of Irvington is the village of Tarrytown, to the south the village of Dobbs Ferry, and to the east unincorporated parts of Greenburgh, including East Irvington. Irvington includes within its boundaries the community of Ardsley-on-Hudson, which has its own ZIP code and Metro-North station, but which should not be confused with the nearby village of Ardsley, New York.
Things to do in Irvington
4.5 based on 493 reviews
Went to a birthday party here and was blown away by the passed appetizers. Everyone serves the same old appetizers at parties and these were just so unique and delicious. One was a chip with a dabble of sauce that blew us away with its perfect mix of crunch, flavor and after taste. The wontons and curry sauce were so good I kept following the wait staff for more. The service was actually impeccable. I was so impressed with the views the service and the food I will battle Long Island traffic to head back up to Irvington to do it 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 103 reviews
CEDAR STREET GRILL is downtown Dobbs Ferry’s latest addition, seeking to offer the finest selection of American themed fare and artisanal beers. Think cozy and welcoming. Think fabulous fresh comfort food with interesting twists. Think true American food made with simple, honest ingredients and you will think of CEDAR STREET GRILL in Dobbs Ferry. Wintertime dining feels like a cabin in the mountains with its fireplace and rustic atmosphere. Summertime dining feels like a cottage in New England with charming open windows.
Our first visit to this pub-like restaurant was a bit disappointing. The atmosphere is great and the service was friendly and attentive. But the food was a mixed bag. There were four of us and our friend who had the burger enjoyed his, but my husband and I found the friend chicken overly breaded and dry and the accompaniments -- pickles and corn bread -- just fair (would have preferred some kind of potato or veg, frankly). We also ordered the homemade popovers and these were truly awful -- in texture, taste and shape. I've had popovers in some excellent restaurants and whoever makes them here needs to do more research. They were practically inedible. All this said, this is probably a decent place for a casual burger, but until they get their menu more consistent, we're unlikely to visit again. Too bad, since we did like the environment.
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 13 reviews
This is a terrific little bakery right near the train station in Irvington. The cookies, pies, cupcakes all delish and all from organic ingredients. Lots of choices for vegan/vegetarians and those not wanting anything with gluten in it too.
They even have a nice area to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea and relax rather than carry those heavy bags of bakery goodies home.
It's a nice, warm, friendly place to enjoy a snack, but you might be shocked at the price tag as organic can translate to "double the price" of items in a non organic bakery.
Still, the owner operator maintains a very high level of quality...and you pay for the goodness you get. If you're early for the train, this is a nice place to hang out and wait.
4 based on 204 reviews
Opened 5/14/12, sister to MP Taverna in Roslyn
Creative Greek served in a nice environment, near the water. The wait staff is knowledgeable and the food is very good. Portions could be more plentiful and the salad that comes with the meal, is way to basic for the price paid.
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 based on 176 reviews
This was probably the best restaurant I’ve ever eaten at. The appetizers, main course and the deserts were absolutely mind blowing. Full of flavor and cooked to perfection. This was my first time at the restaurant and I will highly recommend this to everyone. The octopus and meatballs were phenomenal, pasta was delicious and pork dinner was juicy and full of flavor. Cookie with ice cream desert could feed the table. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Hands down the best Mexican food I have ever had. A must. Great drinks and great service. I am a very picky eater and I love every thing here.
4.5 based on 156 reviews
The Twisted Oak offers a daily changing menu sourcing from Local Hudson Valley Farmers making sustainable agriculture the focal point of the menu.
this was a special occasion for a friend's 60th and I was hoping for something special. Very impressed with the service from the get-go. Got a couple calls from them to confirm time, ask about food preferences and allergies. Parking's an issue but that isn't their problem. We had fabulous food - chick pea appetizer (kind of fried, very tasty), excellent bread, kale and greens salads (both superb); hanger steak was the best tasting steak I've ever had; i enjoyed a bite of my wife's swordfish; my duck lasagne frankly was just so-so, kind of dry and tired but it didn't detract from the meal; good wines, good beers, good desserts, friendly and informative service, nice place
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