Saturday Night in Tarrytown NY

Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams NY Realty

I was at a concert in Tarrytown, New York Saturday night(Guns of Hammer performing Led Zeppelin) and I thought   I’d take some pictures of Main Street. Now we’ve lived in Westchester for 15 years and I have been to this theater numerous times but never took pic’s! We ate at the Tarry Tavern, went to the concert, and had a drink at the local casual bar called SetBack Inn (Main Street Sweets ice cream was closed).   After coming home and looking at the pictures, I  realized that this is like many of the small towns we’ve visited and took pictures over the last 23 years, and it was right in my backyard!

Tarrytown Music Hall

Over the next few weeks I'll be taking pictures of the towns and villages that comprise lower Westchester County, NY. The "river towns" all have a similar feeling to Tarrytown, with views of the Hudson. These are all serviced by the "Hudson Metro North Train Line". The Central part of Westchester County has a combination of towns, villages and the more citified White Plains which has expanded dramatically over the last few years. These towns are serviced by "Harlem Metro North Train Line". The eastern part of Westchester County that borders the Long Island Sound also has a combination of more citified feeling in New Rochelle, up to the towns and villages that have small beaches and boat docks similar to the Hudson River side. This is serviced by "The New Haven Metro North Lines". Click here on Metro North Map to see all of the towns that comprise the Metro North Line in Westchester County. Click here on Metro North Train Schedule to see how far they are from the city.


Comments (2)

Kerrie La Guardia
ActiveRain, Community Manager - Kirkland, WA
Let it Rain!

Looks like a fun night in a cool town.  Please do keep them coming as I love getting a peek into your world!


Sep 20, 2011 06:55 AM
Barbara Bartell-Kamp
Keller Williams NY Realty - White Plains, NY
Westchester County NY Rentals, Condos, Coops, Home

Thanks Kerrie!

I thought the best way for people who may be moving to Westchester County was to see a peek of some of the towns/villages up here.  Each has a little different feeling..but after traveling to many states across the U.S. the feeling of community here..and the fact that you have at least 30 different towns/villages connected in a continuous row with restaurants and/or events..makes it unique. Similar to the towns along the Chicago to Lake Forest corridor on Lake Michigan!

Enjoy the day

Sep 20, 2011 08:41 AM