The Tavern at The Westchester Marriott

There’s a new bar to give local residents and workers a comfortable "Cheers" type hangout.

Tarrytown area residents and workers have a new place to "tarry" after work: The Tavern at the Westchester Marriott.

The new bar was built in the location of the old "Pub" at the hotel and offers a completely new look, feel, and ambiance.

"It is our desire to give the area a neighborhood hangout similar to that in ‘Cheers’" notes Holly J. Anderson, Director of Sales and Marketing. "The Tavern is a completely new space. It has been totally renovated and is now an open, airy, fun spot to stop in to wind down after work, gather around the bar with old friends and new ones."

After an extensive renovation, The Tavern welcomes visitors with a stunning granite bar, wood floors, and color scheme of warm red and gold earth tones. In addition to 12 stools at the bar, there are banquettes and tables of four as well as three flat screen televisions and a new sound system to offer the most high-tech entertainment experience.

Signature menu items at The Tavern will include Cowboy Rib-eye Steak with Buttermilk Battered Onion Rings and the Tarrytown Hot Brown (an Open-Faced Hot Turkey Sandwich on Texas Toast with Mornay Sauce, Bacon, and Tomato).

Signature drinks include the Dirty Hudson (Grey Goose Vodka, Vermouth and Blue Cheese stuffed Olives); Tavern Lemonade (Grey Goose Le Citron Vodka, freshly muddled lemon and lime, lemonade, and a splash of 7-Up); Frozen Mai Tai – a variation of the classic; and Tavern Mojitos in Original, Watermelon, and Strawberry.

The Tavern at the Westchester Marriott will be open Mondays through Fridays at 2pm, Saturday and Sunday at noon. It is open until 1:00am on the weekdays and 2:00am on Friday and Saturday. There will be "unplugged" live entertainment on Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. Parking is complimentary.

For additional information on The Tavern at the Westchester Marriott, please call (914) 631-2200 or visit the hotel on the web at: www.westchestermarriott.com.

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