Let’s be clear: Few people come to this spot right on the Hudson River just for the food - a mix of burgers and vegetarian-friendly dishes, plus barbecue and sushi. But they definitely come for the views, which can be enjoyed from both the covered pavilion with table service and the open self-service deck and are some of the best in the neighborhood. Face north to take in the Hudson and the Palisades, crisscrossed with a few sailboats. Turn south and you can stare at the George Washington Bridge and, if you time it right, the stunning sunset - their website conveniently lists the precise time every day.
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