The North Plank Road Tavern is a fine dining restaurant. We use locally sourced ingredients to produce the finest meals for you, our clientele.
The dining rooms are a mastery of "Trompe l'oeil," a unique rendition of painting plaster walls to resemble other materials such as wood paneling and stone. This favored early art form is highlighted by a circa 1900 impressionist fresco of the scenic Hudson River entitled "Pecheur" by a W. F., in the middle dining room.
The Tavern has a storied past. It was originally built as a hotel along a plank road, and became a Tavern and boarding house. During prohibition, the Tavern continued to serve alcohol and operated as a speakeasy.