Things to Do
Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Attractions
- Coffee Labs Roaster offers roasts like Doghouse Blend, Rockit Dawg and Circus Dog Espresso and its own canine mascot, this shop is as welcoming to pups as it is their human companions.
- Lefteris Gyro’s boasts casual, classic Greek fare at an outdoor table while your faithful friend relaxes at your feet.
- RiverMarket Bar & Kitchen earns raves from critics and locavores for its farm-to-table focus—and has a patio that’s perfect for an al fresco dinner with the pup.
- Sweet Grass Grill a locavore favorite that welcomes dogs in its outdoor dining area.
- Goosefeather features seasonal modern Chinese fare by Chef Dale Talde as he utilizes unexpected ingredients like dry-aged beef, black truffles and more.
- Located in The King Mansion at the Tarrytown House Estate, former home of Washington Irving, its design is as striking as its food.
- Washington Irving’s Sunnyside to explore the landscape and admire the cottage of America’s first internationally famous author. It’s a great post-lunch spot for enjoying simple pleasures like flying a kite, or to break out a copy of his famous gothic story, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
- Hudson Farmer & The Fish on Sleepy Hollow’s Riverwalk offers outdoor seating with views of the Governor Mario M. Cuomo bridge.
Westchester County Attractions
- Dating back to 1790, Crabtree’s Kittle House offers a taste of Old New York that will transport you to a rich and elegant past.
- Chappaqua Village Market offers fresh baked almond biscotti to take and enjoy on your next activity.
- Enjoy the 126,000 acres of Gedney Park where dogs are permitted off leash in the morning hours (and are welcome on leash at other times) to explore miles of trails through wetlands and woodlands.
- At Harvest on Hudson in the village enjoy gardens, patios and spectacular Hudson River views. This is a memorable spot to enjoy the restaurant’s fresh take on Italian fare.
- Lasdon Park & Arboretum features a walk through its Famous and Historic Tree Trail. Here trees and other species honor important events and famous Americans, such as Martin Luther King, Jr. and President John F. Kennedy. The trees were grown from seeds of the original trees provided by the American Forestry Association.
- John Jay Homestead State Historic Site lets you experience American history at the home of founding father John Jay. The impressive surrounding landscape, spread across 62 acres, is perfect for a self-guided tour. Make sure to stroll the beautiful sun dial garden, herb garden and terrace garden.
- Bartaco is a taco-haven and affordable crowd-pleaser, and you can’t go wrong with the extensive cocktail menu.
- Grab a local brew at Tuckahoe’s Broken Bow Brewery, where dogs are welcome in the beer garden
- Village Creamery & Sweetshop offers traditional favorites alongside more unusual flavors like Captain Crunch Berry, I Want S’more, and Holy Cannoli.