Dining Out

Where to Eat in Hastings-On-Hudson

Local farms and fields provide all the best ingredients for the eateries in Hastings-On-Hudson. For a preview of what you’ll find on your dinner plate, head to the abundant displays at the Hastings Farmers Market, held on Saturdays across from the Hastings-On-Hudson Train Station. 

Fresh cheeses, artisanal meats, crusty breads, and approachable wines — these are the building blocks of a memorable meal at Boro6 Wine Bar. Paul Molakides and Jennifer Aaronson wanted to open a spot that was reminiscent of the small eateries they gravitated towards while traveling through Europe. It made sense that it should be in their own village of Hastings-On-Hudson. Share a board of meats and cheese, select a couple of small plates, or opt for one of the expertly prepared entrees.

Remember that seafood shack you loved so much on your last trip to the beach? They’ve transported it — updating the look but keeping all of the summery vibe — to the main drag of Hastings-On-Hudson. When you notice the abundance of meat on the lobster roll or the chunkiness of the clam chowder, you’ll know that Bread & Brine is the real deal. There are a couple of updates to the menu that are especially welcome, like the spicy Szechuan cucumber salad.

One of Westchester Magazine’s top eateries, Saint George has quite a reputation to live up to. Luckily, the traditional French fare is worthy of serving in any bistro on the Champs-Élysées. These renditions of classics like beef bourguignon, coq au vin, and moules frites are beyond reproach. Make sure you finish up with — naturellement! — the rich, custardy crème brûlée. The same owners opened Harper’s in nearby Dobbs Ferry.