New Windsor is a town in Orange County, New York, United States. The Town of New Windsor is in the eastern part of the county, bordering the Town of Newburgh and the City of Newburgh. The population was estimated at 25,244 in 2010 by the US Census.
Things to do in New Windsor
4.5 based on 142 reviews
Really good and friendly service and Staff. Viel Schnitzel was crisp and tender, Spätzle home made Grilled Oysters fantastic a Bit costly with NO desert and no wine $105 for a couple
4.5 based on 214 reviews
The reviews really set the bar high and we were disappointed. The chicken salad tasted like Mrs Stratton’s and my husbands philly came with American cheese slices. The fries were nothing to write home about.
Service was friendly and fast. I can’t say we recommend eating here unless you like so-so diner food. Nothing seemed scratch made but rather frozen and Sysco type food.
4.5 based on 31 reviews
I was in Newburgh to check out Safe Harbors Green where a friend has an art installation. We stopped around the corner at 2 Alices Coffee Lounge, her favorite place in the neighborhood. The coffee was terrific, served in a HUGE coffee cup. They have sandwiches, quiches, soups, etc too and the Corn Soup with Too Many Potatoes was delicious! 2 Alices is a comfortable place with exposed brick walls, art on the walls, and large enough to seat plenty of people. Note that this is not a fast food place. The one server behind the counter the day I was there definitely had his hands full. If ever in Newburgh again, I'll definitely pay a visit to 2 Alices and hope they are serving the corn soup again!
4.5 based on 95 reviews
We enjoyed a meal with friends at this restaurant; menu had some unusual items that you don't see such as kreplach. Menu is seasonal. We tried the kreplach, charred broccoli, eggplant & burrata, grandma's brisket grilled cheese. Everyone enjoyed their meal. Portions are somewhat small. Make a reservation, this place fills up as soon as they open. Quality food prepared very well. Would go back.
4 based on 315 reviews
A colleague and I stopped into Cosimo's for lunch on a Wednesday afternoon, and it was a treat!
We were seated promptly, and our waitress was there for our drink orders immediately, even though the restaurant was quite crowded.
We both opted for chopped salads, and they were fresh, ample portions, and with just the right amount of dressing. We ordered chicken breasts on the side, and they, too, were served hot, nicely seasoned, and very tender.
The noise level allowed us to carry on a good business conversation, even though tables around us were occupied. At the end of our meal, the waitress promptly cleared our dishes, asked if we wanted anything else (cappuccino!), and then presented the check.
They say "the best surprise is no surprise," and this business lunch was rock solid. We'll be back!
4.5 based on 126 reviews
Just steps from New Windsor’s famous five corners, Citrus offers the authentic blends of Indian home cooking and bona fide Thai cuisine in a warmly adorned restaurant. Named after common ingredients found in both Indian and Thai cuisine, Citrus is one of New York’s top Indian and Thai dining destinations. Citrus shares their passion for traditional and regionally-inspired cuisine prepared from fresh ground spices and ingredients to create a menu featuring signature dishes ranging from Citrus Calamari to Mango cheesecake. At Citrus, we invite you to take a culinary journey throughout India and Thailand, to savor and discover new dishes with good company.
This is a fabulous place to eat. Tonite very frustrated waited 20 minutes to be asked what we would like to eat. Mind you there were 4 people standing around doing nothing. This place needs to get their act together. We weren't the only ones waiting to be served. I'll think twice about coming back to this place
4.5 based on 160 reviews
Max's is a comfortable bar and restaurant that serves good, tasty American style food. Our lunch included the reuben sandwich, steak sandwich and sliced Turkey on marble bread. Each came with a generous portion of steak fries, pickle and cole slaw. The portion were large and the service was very good. Unfortunately, the meat on the steak sandwich was cut too thick and made it kind of chewy. No problem, said the manager/owner, who promptly took out that dish from our bill. We were very pleasantly surprised by the gesture. We will definitely be returning to Max's to try more dishes in the future.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
This has to be one of the best comfort food restaurants in the northeast. Excellent and creative sandwiches, perfect homefries. Not all corned beef hash is the same. Theirs is terrific. And a surprising and welcome dash of sesame oil in their pasta salad.
4 based on 163 reviews
NYC prices for average food. Service is good though. Nice old house converted to restaurant with excellent cigar bar. Outside is a nice area in the summer.
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Can I tell you how much I enjoyed Homespun Foods? It's such a quaint place. As soon as you walk in there are menus on the wall, tables in the front and back as well as an outdoor seating area that is really quite tranquil. See my picture. Self seating after you order and quite the extensive menu. Black bean burger was really good. My daughter had the quiche and my mom doesn't like the chipotle mayo or provolone so we just tailor made it for her. Everything was REALLY delicious. I wish we had room for dessert, because that looked really good too. You can always tell how well a place does or how good their food is, if they're busy. We were there at 2:00 in the afternoon and it was quite busy. Don't miss this. Everything is made to order and so delicious.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.