New on the Dining Scene: Sparkill Steakhouse


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The enormous restaurant at the corner of Route 340 and William Street in Sparkill has certainly seen its share of tenants — Tony’s Lobster & Steak House, Coppola’s, Anthony D’s, and La Traviata, to name a few. But Carlo Cungu and Sal Derguti, co-owners of Sparkill Steakhouse, hope that their mix of fine aged steaks, an impeccable and reasonably priced wine list, an elegant event space, and attention to service will help their restaurant succeed.

Sparkill Steakhouse’s specialty is dry-aged prime porterhouse, aged for a minimum of 35 days in its walk-in dry-aging room and sized for two, three or even four people. Their “cowboy style” bone-in prime ribeye is also dry-aged in-house. An impressive seafood menu includes a lobster service where the waiters de-shell the lobster right at the table. A seafood tower consisting of oyster, clams, shrimp, crab meat and lobster cocktail is another seafood showstopper. Sides such as creamed spinach, mushroom caps, and “German fries,” which are like hash browns, are served family style.

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Sparkill Steakhouse, 500 Route 340, Sparkill. 845-398-3300, Hours: 5-10:30 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday; 5-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. 4-10 p.m. Sunday.



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Megan McCaffrey is a food writer for The Journal News and contributor to the Small Bites Blog. She has a degree in Digital Media from Fordham University and a fondness for good craft beer. She loves to bake, read cooking blogs and taste all the Lower Hudson Valley has to offer. Megan lives in Ridgefield, Connecticut with her husband and three kids.

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