• Nick


Located on the Hudson River 30 minutes outside NYC, is the picturesque and nostalgic Red Hat Bistro.

The former location of the Lord and Burnham Company, a noted American green house manufacturer and builder of major public conservatories in the United States.

The factory has now been converted and the restaurant is housed in what used to be the boiler room. The smoke stack with the Lord & Burnham initials protrudes out of the building and the combination of glass and brick maintains the industrial feel.

The Red Hat offers patio dining which gives you views of the Tappan Zee bridge and all the way south to Manhattan. In the warmer months, you can enjoy the trendy/chic rooftop terrace which features a full service bar and teak lounge chairs.

The menu is bistro style and features local seasonal ingredients. Constantly updated with the seasons, the menu is perfectly paired with the atmosphere and signature cocktails.

Appetizers: Pictured above to the right is the Red Hat salad, with imported burratta cheese, haricots verts, cherry tomato confit, cerignola olives, toasted croutons in a sherry-basil vinaigrette. In the upper left corner is the House-made Gnocchi, made with sheeps milk ricotta, topped with shitake & cremini mushrooms and asparagus, finished off with toasted herb breadcrumbs.

Entrees: Pictured to the left is Grilled Atlantic Salmon, with asparagus and roasted fingerling potatoes, served on top of a pommery mustard-shallot vinaigrette. Grilled Swordfish pictured on the upper right with braised artichokes, spring vegetables in a lemon-saffron broth with pearl couscous.

The full menu can be found here: MENU

Restaurant Info:

Red Hat Bistro

1 Bridge Street

Irvington, NY 10533

(914) 591-5888

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