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agnesrob Aug 16, 2006 12:02 PM

My kids and I will be staying the weekend in Tarrrytown. I would love a few suggestions for lunch and dinner. Not outrageously expensive or too fancy. Seafood would be great. We will be staying at the Marriot.

  1. ltlevy Aug 17, 2006 10:52 PM

    And if you are looking for a good dessert, check out Main Street Sweets for excellent ice cream!

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      bevoray Aug 17, 2006 07:51 PM

      River City Grille in Irvington is really good:

      http://www.rivercitygrille.com/

      1. Cheese Boy Aug 17, 2006 06:43 PM

        Have a look here: http://www.bestofwestchester.com/winn...

        Once you're in, search for "Tarrytown" using Ctrl+F.
        Hold down the 'Ctrl' key and press the 'F' key to perform this search.

        Have fun whatever you decide.

        1. Stew Aug 17, 2006 05:45 PM

          Also on Main, Chiboost. Great little french-ish
          place with super pastries. Best for lunch
          as it gets crowded for dinner.

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            Deven Black Aug 17, 2006 03:18 PM

            I second Mi Bohio. It is on Main St., directly opposite the Tarrytown Music Hall. Try the batidos (fruit milk shakes) and spicy goat stew!

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              andrewri Aug 16, 2006 06:16 PM

              one of our favorite Cuban places in all the city and tri state is in Tarrytown. It's a clean well run, comfy place call Mi Bohio. I am not sure of the exact location. They have some of the best herby roasted chicken.

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              1. re: andrewri
                ltlevy Aug 18, 2006 02:53 AM

                My wife and I tried Mi Bohio this evening. Maybe we chose the wrong items, but we weren't thrilled with it.

                I had a beef empanada for an appetizer which was quite nice (They go by another name on the menu, which escapes me at the moment). However for the entree, I had the shrimp in garlic sauce and my wife had the "El Caribe", which is the chicken in a garlic, cilantro, and olive oil sauce and then grilled. Both sauces were very sour - it tasted like it was from lemon.

                I doubt we'll give it another try.

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