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Old 08-21-2004, 06:10 PM
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Looking for some help. We are going to be heading up to the Hudson from NJ by boat. We are looking for some help on places to have a nice lunch other than in Liberty Landing. We aren't going too far up the Hudson. Tappan Zee Bridge would probably be the furthest.

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Just under the Tapanzee there is a place on the right, you'll see the channel as soon as you go under the bridge. You'll also see the sign for Terrytown.
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That restaurant is Sunset Cove, I'm not sure if you can dock-and-dine there.... I would call Tarrytown Marina the restaurant is on the property but I don't think it is part of the marina....
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I forgot... Striped bass Cafe is next door to Sunset cove...

Also here is a link to Sunset Cove http://www.sunsetcove.net/
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The Stripped Bass is your best bet.
I boat in that area and shy from Tarrytown because of the rocks. Another spot is further up the river about 10-15 minutes. The Bayview on the east side.
When are you going up?
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That restaurant is Sunset Cove, I'm not sure if you can dock-and-dine there.... I would call Tarrytown Marina the restaurant is on the property but I don't think it is part of the marina....
There are two docks in tarrytown, straight in next to the resturant. We've had 2 45 sonics, 51 OL, 41 velocity, 35 formula, 32 velocity all tied to the dock with enough room for 2 other boats.
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We WERE heading up today. 33' Baja, 38 Hustler, 38 Formula and 33' Concept. We got out of the inlet and there were some serious 5-6 footers at least. We were getting alot of air but we turned around after only about 4 miles into the trip. It was just too crazy out there. All boats were in agreement (which was nice) so we went back in the Manasquan Inlet and had lunch there. Thanks for the tips!
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