Pearl River is a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of Orangetown, Rockland County, New York, United States. It is located east of Chestnut Ridge, south of Nanuet, west of Blauvelt, New York, and north of Montvale and Old Tappan, New Jersey. The population was 15,876 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Pearl River
5 based on 434 reviews
I cannot recall when we bought better bread a croissants. Not only is the produce of high quality but extremely well priced. Well worth a visit. Be prepared to wait, this is a very busy store!
5 based on 4 reviews
good for beer and talking with friends, irish atmosphere, food's just okay. Fireplace is nice in the winter, darts for fun. Nice big bar all wood and authentic looking.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
The World’s Tallest Indoor Ropes Course. Our ropes course stands 85 feet tall and contains 5 levels of ropes! Visitors will encounter over 75 different obstacles!Only $19.99 + tax!
If you don’t have a fear of heights this is for you! 4 floors of climbing adventure. There is a zip line. Very reasonably priced. Well staffed and safe. Fun for young and old. They even have a small course that our 4 year old...MoreThanks for the review. So glad you all enjoyed the birthday celebration. See you next time.
4 based on 74 reviews
just finished reading some of the reviews that had rated this place poor-terrible. I noticed these were all reviews dating back a number of years. I am glad someone at the farm must have been paying attention to all the negative stuff and worked on improving it. I was just there Sunday Aug 6th. Yes it was crowded. but found that they had organized sufficient parking. They have 3 hayrides up to orchard so the wait is no longer more than 5-10 minutes.
The bag we were given holds about 12 lbs of peaches. Although most were still hard and thankfully so. As there is no way we could have finished them all before they rotted had they been completely soft. Also they did not seem to mind people noshing on peaches as they picked as opposed to other places where they ask you not to eat as you pick. Peaches were delicious. For $30,(5$ per person entrance plus 10$ for the bag) we got about 13 lbs of peaches to take home plus whatever we ate while we picked. A little pricier than your local fruit store but well worth it. The peaches are delicious. If you are there with little kids they have a small petting zoo (some goats llamas or alpacas not sure which and a pig) all running around in a little corral keeps the little one entertained for an additional 40 minutes maybe longer if they do not get bored quickly. as someone else mentioned don't bother buying the wafers they sell as animal feed from what i saw the animals weren't interested. All in all a good time if you don't have to drive far to get there. We actually stopped there just to break up a little road trip we were on. Would consider going back after labor day for apple season.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
Beautiful natural area to walk and bird. Easy trail around the lake, about 2 mikes, platforms to observe, and many side trails.
4 based on 4 reviews
The Baylor Massacre site is tied to a surprise attack during the Revolutionary War and is a memorial site to those who were lost during the attack.
This is a perfect place for Revolutionary buffs who enjoy learning about the war and for locals who want to know the state's place during the war. It is something if you do not know the local area could easily be missed.
It is a quiet, solemn area to come and read the plaques and have a sense of what these men and women gave up for their country during the war years. Local people did make a difference in the war years for our freedom and this site reflects it.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
Immediate tranquility arises from the gorgeous views, hikes, nature, picnic spots. Clean rest rooms and happy visitors from all nations. Close to heaven. Close to home.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
This Movie theater are huge inside very comfortable chairs clean and very attentive staff and friendly , concession are very nice with a lots of varieties to munch on before Movie start if you purchase large popcorn and drink don't forget to re fill your popcorn and drinks as well.
4 based on 201 reviews
Palisades Center is among the top ten most visited malls in America and is the premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Rockland County. Located just 18 miles north of NYC, Palisades Center is a four-level mall offering over 200 stores, 15 sit-down restaurants, a bowling alley, ice rink, indoor ropes course, comedy club and more. With its unique and diverse merchant tenant mix, Palisades Center is the go-to place for local shoppers and tourists alike.
We've been going to this mall since it opened. It certainly has changed over the years, and we miss some of the "nicer" stores that were there in the past, but we still enjoy it. It still has a pretty good variety of stores. We go to shop, and to the theater, but frequently, we have lunch on the 4th floor, then we walk, doing a circuit of every single floor. Then back to the 4th floor to the Starbucks in Barnes and Noble for a decaf. Because we're retired we only go during the week, and so avoid the crowds. It isn't the most attractive mall, but there is plenty of parking and it's close by where we live.
4 based on 1 reviews
I visited the Pascack Historical Society Museum this afternoon and was very surprised by the depth of the collection and the artifacts that they have on display. Lots of toys and furniture from the turn of the last century and an interesting collection of different kinds of monetary forms, like early dollars and wampum. They even have an early wampum machine.
The docents and volunteers are very knowledgeable and helpful in explaining the collection and the pieces in it. They are very dedicated volunteers and want you leave learning something.
The only problem with the museum is that the collection is not very well set up but from what the docents said to me was that they will be working on a whole new set up for the 75th Anniversary Celebration of the museum. Don't miss this hidden little 'gem' tucked in a small town in New Jersey.
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