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Restaurant Near Tarrytown Music Hall

I'm going to a concert and I'm looking for a nice restaurant close by. Any suggestions?

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  1. lago de como, chiboust, santorini..i like tonys pizzeria next to 7/11

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    1. re: intrepid

      Any American, Mexican or upscale restaurants. It's also a anniversary.

      1. re: stevel

        Santa Fe (Mexican/Tex-Mex) and Jack & Dyl's (American - good short ribs!) are just up and down the block, respectively, from the Music Hall.
        Happy Anniversary!

          1. re: gordoma

            Never tried it - but I'll take your word for it! I can only speak for Jack and Dyl's. stevel just asked for a Mexican rec -- I think there's one on Valley St - right near Santorini - can't remember the name offhand.

            1. re: Sra. Swanky

              Que Chula es Puebla... though I'd be concerned about the slow service if I had a show to get to.

              Que Chula es Puebla
              180 Valley St, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591

        1. re: stevel

          If you like Indian, there's Cafe Tandoor, on North Broadway. It's around the corner, a bit north of Lefteris. Attractive, upscale environment.

      2. i had the same thread a recently.we were also going to the music hall.we ended up at the greek place on the corner of main street.it was very busy and although it was ok,we felt it was a bit overrated.i don't live in the area so i can't help with any others.

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        1. re: davmar77

          lefteris/ the greek place on the corner is bad..

          1. re: intrepid

            yes,that was the one.bland at best.

            1. re: davmar77

              bland, big portions cheap, bad food... its what some americans really think is great..uggg

          2. re: davmar77

            While I have not been there since the end of last summer (we like to eat outside), we have been generally pleased with both the gyros and the souvlaki. We haven't ventured to other parts of the menus.

          3. Where did you wind up going?

            1. How is Striped Bass? Menu look nice.

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                1. re: Marge

                  I'm surprised, their menu doesn't look that good. How far away is Ruth Chris?

                  1. re: stevel

                    Not too far - Ruth's Chris is located at the big Marriot hotel (not the Courtyard Marriot) on Route 119 (White Plains Rd.).

              1. Thanks for the advice. Que chula looks good. I think well go there. Should be fun before the show.

                Some said it was slow. The shows at 8pm, how does 6pm reservations sound?

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                1. re: stevel

                  That's probably enough time at Que Chula... We had dinner for four about 2 months ago and it took two hours, but we also took our time. Maybe streamline your ordering... we ordered apps and drinks while we perused the menu, then they came and took entree orders, so it took a good while

                  1. re: stevel

                    I'd do 5:30 just to be sure, but I'm ocd like that. :)

                    1. re: stevel

                      how's the restaurant in the new sheraton?

                    2. We went to Ichi Riki's on 119 when we went to the Music Hall. Very fresh sushi. Loved the oshi zushi.

                      1. Thanks, I'll make them 5:30 just to be safe.

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                        1. re: stevel

                          Getting there early is better for parking as well. They have parking underneath a small apartment building right across the street. The block will be busy because of the Greek place.

                          Oh and if you check at www.myclipper.com you may find a B1G1F entree coupon for Que Chula. If not, they're on Rewards Network.

                        2. There's a new restaurant that truly SHINES, Sweet Grass Grill, 24 Main Street, right across from the Music Hall. I have been there four times since they opened last month. All four meals have been very good. If you like Stone Barns, the good news is the produce and the preparation is very reminiscent of there. The better news is that the prices are a good value. No entrees are above 20$, there are hamburgers for under $10.

                          The kitchen is small, and the restaurant is new, so service can be slow at times. But once the food comes out, you'll realize it's worth the wait!

                          1. We liked Isabella Bistro for Italian food -- a few blocks down on Main Street. One peeve was that their menu prices were higher than those posted on their website, but I just checked and I think this has been corrected. http://www.isabellabistro.com/

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                            1. re: Alberta516

                              Isabella's looks like it has a pretty nice menu. I can't believe I've never heard of this place, I will put it in the books to try. Do you know if they have any prix fixe nights?