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Tavern at the Highlands Country Club
955 Route 9D
Garrison, NY 10524
Reviewed by 'sneff.com' on January 1, 2012
Best thing I ever had here was the brick chicken
Reviewed by 'W Bruce C' on March 28, 2011
A gem in the Hudson valley.
Reviewed by 'Chris P' on January 9, 2011
The tavern room is warm and intimate, the ballroom is cold and stark. The menu varies with the seasons, and sometimes the new menu gets off to a rough start, but the kitchen gets on their game quickly. Beer selection is always good, and with the Valley restaurant up the road, the wine cellar avaialable is beyond compare in the area.
Reviewed by 'Michele K' on December 2, 2010
Beautiful setting, accommodating staff, and tasty inventive food.
Reviewed by 'Jean B' on December 2, 2010
Tavern is the best-kept secret in the Hudson Valley. The food is creative, always imaginative, and never disappoints. The chef works such magic that even favorite comfort foods are reinvented to be better than you ever remember them. No snobbery here--just a warm, welcoming environment where you are treated like a treasured guest. Eating in the small room by the fire is always a special treat.
Reviewed by 'Sandra B' on November 11, 2010
Delicious food, but an extremely limited menu. Tiny place forces shared tables sometimes.
Reviewed by 'Jennifer M' on November 8, 2010
Solid, good food; but better under the last chef.
Reviewed by 'Roger R' on November 8, 2010
Food adequate. Room is too big. Feels cold and uninviting. Service barely adequate. Cost high.
Reviewed by 'brian michael h' on November 8, 2010
food always good but setting best in winter with that tavern fireplace
Reviewed by 'Laurie F' on June 11, 2010
What was once one of the most beautiful outdoor dining spots ( mountain views, a wide expanse of green) has been enclosed. Why? Stiil, in winter the indoor space is lovely. Chef Eric has left, and hopefully the next chef will be able to stand in his formidable shoes.