Purdy’s Farmer and the Fish to open at Tarrytown waterfront


waterfront restaurants westchesterPurdy’s Farmer and the Fish, known for its fresh seafood, impressive wine list and creative seasonal menu, is opening a second location in Sleepy Hollow in a brand new space.

Owner Michael Kaphan says the new restaurant, part of Tarrytown’s waterfront Hudson Harbor development, will have a similar menu and clam-shack style that’s proven successful in North Salem.¬†Kaphan says he will likely keep the same name for the new waterfront restaurant, and hopes to open in July.

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“It’s a great spot,” says Kaphan. “I mean, we are really right up on the water there.”

If you go …

Purdy’s Farmer and the Fish,¬†100 Titicus Rd., North Salem, 914-617-8380, www.farmerandthefish.com.



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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.


  1. Foodie who knows better on

    Farmer and the Fish clearly has potential but the place in Purdy’s is not great for the few times I have been there.
    In Purdy’s its located in a George Washington Slept here residence which is so noisy you have to go outside mid meal for a dose of sanity. The service is spotty the food is fair for what they are charging.
    Some how I hope they do a better job in Tarrytown on all fronts.

  2. Dave Bonacci on

    Purdy”s Farmer & the Fish is Great place to dine. Every time I go with family or friends we have an outstanding meal. Service is great & I love the cocktail’s as well. I’m sure they will do well @ their new spot in Tarrytown.

  3. Well, will it be in Tarrytown or Sleepy Hollow? For those who don’t know, these are two separate and distinct villages.

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