Chris CawleyLicensed Associate Real Estate Broker
The fact stands completely unrivaled that there is nowhere better to be in the whole United States than in Sleepy Hollow for Halloween season. There are many events one can attend during the whole month of October. Here are the ones you can’t miss this season.
A five-star farm-to-table restaurant sourcing from the surrounding fields and pastures. No menus— they just offer the multi-taste “Grazing, Rooting, Pecking” menu. A fair warning here that it will run you $238 per guest exclusive of beverage, tax and gratuity. A tasting menu at the bar is $188.
A restaurant that stocks exotic cheeses, cured meat, olives, beer and premium dark chocolate, among other gourmet items from all over the world. Today’s menu: Duck Confit Gratin, Papaya Crusted Tuna, Alaskan King Crab Salad. Outdoor/sidewalk seating available.
What the locals call “Lefty’s” is the best Greek food around! Order the “Greek Salad” with grilled chicken if you really wanna go for it! It’s enormous and can possibly feed two people. Note: Dressing is made in-house. For a healthy but delicious dessert, get the homemade greek yogurt with honey and sprinkled with nuts.
Just "Doyles" to the locals. It’s on Beekman Avenue which is Sleepy Hollow’s version of a Main Street. Famously known for their chicken scarpiello and shepherd's pie.
What is fantastic about the Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow section of “The Rivertowns” (that folks might not know about) is the abundance of access to outdoor space on the Hudson Riverfront. Here’s my top ten outdoor activities in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow.
With its rolling hills, river views, and perfect proximity to Manhattan, it's no wonder Tarrytown was once the preferred escape for New York's rich and powerful. Known as one of Westchester's rivertowns, Tarrytown is just over a half an hour's train ride from Grand Central. Tarrytown was voted "One of America's Prettiest Towns" by Forbes Magazine in 2012. It is the ideal destination to get a rich taste of history, dining, nature, arts and entertainment within a stone's throw from Manhattan.