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For fabulous waterside views, fresh, seasonal ingredients, and superb hospitality, look no further than Hudson Water Club at Safe Harbor Haverstraw. The cuisine here is seafood-forward in the Contemporary American style, but there are plenty of delicious non-seafood dishes as well as gluten-free items to choose from. Start off by indulging in the raw bar’s excellent selection of little neck clams, oysters, lobster, and mussels, or order a round of tantalizing small plates to pass around the table. For mains, you can’t go wrong with the Water Club’s specialty wood-fired pizza, but there are also hearty sandwiches, pasta dishes, and signature entrees featuring short rib, chicken milanese, pork tenderloin, pan-seared sea scallops, and more. Be sure to save room for dessert–you won’t be disappointed.
Located 50 miles north of Manhattan on the Hudson River, this picturesque rural town is known for its historic significance and many natural treasures. Popular activities in Cold Spring include biking, perusing the eclectic Main Street shops, dining outdoors with waterside views, and enjoying the sunshine at the park on the river’s edge. The central area of the village features many well-preserved 19th-century buildings and is recognized on the National Registry of Historic Places. Perfect for a day trip or an afternoon excursion, Cold Spring has everything you could want for a relaxing escape from city life.
For a fun and immersive educational outing, plan a visit to the Trailside Museums and Zoo at Bear Mountain State Park. Here you’ll have the pleasure of exploring local geological and ecological wonders, and even catch a glimpse of rehabilitated wild animals. Wander down paved sections of the Appalachian Trail to encounter native species of plant and animal life from the ground beneath your feet to the treetops. This self-guided tour is a fascinating journey through a flourishing ecosystem full of wonders and surprises, making it well-suited for families with children.