Restaurants in Pleasantville, NY


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Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Tarrytown, NY

This is one of my favorite places to eat in the world, as well as being one of my favorite day trip getaways. You go out and see the Berkshire pigs on the farm, and then you have the most heavenly Berkshire pork you've ever had in the restaurant. If you are going to eat meat, this is the kind of place you want to support. The farm-fresh eggs are creatively cooked, and the baby carrots are the most amazing vegetable you've ever had. The sommelier is incredibly knowledgeable in beer and wine pairings. You can take part in festivals, classes and lectures, or survey the lovely gardens and grounds. Stop by the cafe for a quick bite if you're on a road trip. A wonderful place in any season.

Top Restaurants in Pleasantville, NY



Restaurants in Pleasantville, NY
Pony Express To Go

Pony Express To Go

30 Wheeler Ave, Pleasantville


New Veggie burger expands the menu and is terrific. Now we you can get sliders, big burgers and veggie burgers amongst the rest of the terrific fare at the Pony. Dont forget to…
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Frank & Joe's Deli

Frank & Joe's Deli

76 Wheeler Ave, Pleasantville


CMoooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnnn michaellllllll. The owner of the deli has great redness and you could compare his texture to a great cut piece of gabagooll....Nappy makes the best mooz…
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41.133963 -73.791447
Cold Stone Creamery

Cold Stone Creamery

64 Washington Ave, Pleasantville


In ShortCrowds of couples, teenagers and parents with toddlers press up against the long refrigerated display case at this dessert chain, where a variety of ice creams, frozen…
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41.136552 -73.791828
Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut

39 Marble Ave, Pleasantville


In ShortKid-friendly eat-in restaurants and small takeout shops alike sport interiors done in the signature red and white with a touch of yellow. Orders are placed at the…
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41.131866 -73.791437
Jerry's Brick Oven Pizza

Jerry's Brick Oven Pizza

475 Bedford Rd, Pleasantville


I'm A Manhattan Girl And Always Had The Best Spots For Food. Now I Live In Northern Westchester And The Only Place That I Have Found Home Is Jerry's Brick Oven Pizza. It Has An…
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41.133205 -73.793034
Lucio's Pizzeria

Lucio's Pizzeria

76 Washington Ave, Pleasantville


Lucio's has great pizza and the kids love the garlic knots!
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41.13675 -73.791826
Jean-Jacques' Culinary Creations

Jean-Jacques' Culinary Creations

468 Bedford Rd, Pleasantville



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41.132963 -73.792564
Carvel Ice Cream & Bakery

Carvel Ice Cream & Bakery

505 Bedford Rd, Pleasantville


In ShortTom Carvel was inspired to found a freestanding ice cream store after his ice cream truck suffered a flat tire and he began selling his melting inventory from the roadside.…
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41.131707 -73.794657
Pleasantville Pizzeria

Pleasantville Pizzeria

34 Wheeler Ave, Pleasantville


I love this Pizza, good location, grab a pie off the train.
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41.134512 -73.791886
Pleasantville Deli

Pleasantville Deli

474 Bedford Rd, Pleasantville


good deli to grab a quick bite, they also have good prices for lunch
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41.13313 -73.792912

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Blue Hill at Stone Barns. This is one of my favorite places to eat in the world, as well as being one of my favorite day trip getaways. You go out and see the Berkshire pigs on the farm, and then you have the most heavenly Berkshire pork you've ever had in the restaurant. If you are going to eat meat, this is the kind of place you want to support. The farm-fresh eggs are creatively cooked, and the baby carrots are the most amazing vegetable you've ever had. The sommelier is incredibly knowledgeable in beer and wine pairings. You can take part in festivals, classes and lectures, or survey the lovely gardens and grounds. Stop by the cafe for a quick bite if you're on a road trip. A wonderful place in any season.… read more


Blue Hill at Stone Barns. This rustic temple to seasonal cookery in the old Rockefeller estate has been called the culinary Storm King, but really, it's closer to a local food holy site. It's unspeakably beautiful and the food is well worth the long ride, but there's a certain seriousness of purpose here that sort of take away the fun for me. … read more