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Craving a slice of pizza? Head to this hip downtown Nyack joint, where you’ll find wood-fired pizzas, BBQ smoked in-house, and towering burgers.
Pair meze (Greek tapas) with a glass of ouzo at this playful Greek spot, where seasonal ingredients go into creative dips and souvlaki.
The Hudson House
Located in Nyack’s one-time village hall, this elegant restaurant serves dishes like Scottish salmon, grass-fed New York strip steak, and oysters on the half-shell.
Taste upscale renditions of pub fare, like burgers with balsamic onion jam and homemade pickle chips, alongside craft cocktails.
Stop by this casual breakfast/brunch stop for eggs benedict, a blueberry Belgian waffle, or a Hawaiian teriyaki sandwich.
DPNB Pasta & Provisions
DPNB Pasta & Provisions is your local pasta shop making house made fresh pastas, prepared foods, imported products and provisions sourced for the Hudson Valley.
Culture + Art
Edward Hopper House Museum and Study Center
This nearby museum preserves the family home of the American painter, best known for his works like the iconic Nighthawks.
Historical Society of Rockland County
Dedicated to collecting local artifacts, this museum features exhibitions of historic Hudson River Valley photographs, postcards, interviews, and more.
Visitors interested in architecture shouldn’t miss visiting this Gothic Revival structure on the Hudson River, once owned by railroad tycoon Jay Gould.
Rockland Center for the Arts (RoCA)
Founded by artists in the 1940s, this popular center hosts classes, performing arts events, a local art gallery, and a quirky sculpture garden.
Cross the Mario Cuomo Bridge to reach this village, famous for the most notable “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” host to Halloween events, and landmarks like the Philipsburg Manor.
Step into America's Revolutionary War history and cultural past when you visit Tarrytown. With colonial mansions, tree-lined streets, and manor houses, this charming walkable village is located in the town of Greenburgh, N.Y., and has been ranked by Forbes Magazine as one of the top 10 prettiest towns in the U.S.
Nyack Beach State Park
Jog, bike, or walk the dog on a paved trail along the Hudson at this 61-acre state park.
Retail therapy awaits at this West Nyack mall, home to more than 200 stores, a giant indoor ropes course, a bowling alley, and an ice rink.
Explore the best of Manhattan. Our hotel is only 19 miles from the historic Art Deco spire of the Empire State Building, a bustling Times Square, Grand Central Terminal, and other iconic landmarks. Shop Madison Avenue and hit places like Hermès, Chanel, Prada, and more.
Mario Cuomo Bridge
This architectural marvel spans 16,368 feet long over the Hudson River connecting Tarrytown and Nyack, and recently added a bicycle-pedestrian path stretching 3.6 miles. The massive crossing is considered one of the widest cable-stayed bridges in the world.
Discover some of the finest Hudson River views along Hook Mountain and enjoy a variety of trails to trek, hike or bike. The state park is ideal for bird-watching and includes 676 acres of mostly undeveloped preserved land and the Palisades Cliffs. Hook Mountain State Park was designated a U.S. landmark in 1980.
Hudson Valley iCampus
Found just 20 miles north of Manhattan and spread around 200 acres, Hudson Valley iCampus is one of the premier corporate biotechnology facilities in the United States. The campus includes a laboratory, onsite filming studio, office, and GMP manufacturing space and is a must-visit if you are staying in Nyack.
Pearl River Studios
Pearl River Studios is an iconic TV production facility located in the metro NYC area with multiple locations and film stages. Visitors interested in cinema and production shouldn’t miss visiting the studios.
Set in Rockland County, Douglas House spans over 8.5 acres of lush, green forest and sprawling fields. The Douglas House is a commercial film facility designed for your needs, providing lots of indoor and outdoor space to safely film here without the worry of family inhabitants.
Constructed between 1906 and 1913, Kykuit is a hilltop estate located along the Hudson River. Ancestral home to the generations of the Rockefeller family, this mansion is open to visitors for tours.
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery
Dating back to 1849, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery is a private non-profit institution owned collectively by its lot owners and is probably best known for its fictional dead. But the cemetery is also the final resting place of many real and famous people, such as Rockefellers, Astors, Walter Chrysler, and the Ramones.
Sample unique varietals from this beautiful winery where you can sip and savor the day away. They also offer homemaking wine kits with all the ingredients you need to get started at home.