Outside of swimming laps in chocolate syrup, smoothies at Smoothie King are the tastiest way to improve your health. Smoothie King smoothies combine fresh fruit, natural juices, and special nutritional enhancers into more than 90 flavors (you can customize, add, and subtract the extras), all of which focus on achieving one of seven nutritional goals. Try an antioxidant-rich Pomegranate Punch with pomegranate, bananas, blueberries, apple juice, soy protein, and Turbinado sweetener to stay healthy. Weight-conscious en-smuthiasts can trim down and float away with the Celestial Cherry High, packed with bananas, black cherry, papaya, Turbinado, and honey, and unpacked with fat. You can also customize any smoothie by adding enhancers or “make it skinny” by cutting out the honey and Turbinado.
Cuisine Type: Waterfront Modern American
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: The Hudson Burger, Jumbo Wings
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Pro Tip: Views at sunset are worth catching here
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
Something appealing for everyone. Modern American cuisine with healthy options for vegetarians, meat-lovers and traditional appetizer options for sports viewing on our many big screens--including a 100" projector.
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We have special events including food and drink specials for every holiday. We display all sporting events on one of our six flat-screens and have formal brunches for events such as Easter and Mother's Day. We have outdoor seating, perfect to enjoy a nice glass of wine on the deck, watching the sunset. We have a casual bar area, as well as a formal dining room and a large variety of food on the menu to appeal to everyone. It is a place for those who love sports, enjoy casual outdoor seating, or are celebrating an occasion. A truly unique experience and place to come eat with great scenery to enjoy.
The baristas and bakers of Gypsy Donut and Espresso Bar perform a daily balancing act of baking handmade treats from locally sourced and free-trade ingredients, reducing their carbon footprint, and expanding their community outreach. They accomplish the first feat by producing a tasty assortment of donuts using ingredients acquired from local purveyors and farmers and brewing free-trade beans roasted by Nyack’s own Stumptown Coffee. Their dedication to reducing waste inspires them to donate used coffee grounds for composting, and they also make use of the building’s exposed brick walls and reclaimed materials including a fallen pine tree, which was fashioned into a counter. The staff is equally committed to the local community, and they demonstrate this by giving surplus food to local pantries and participating in the Mostly Music Festival with their edible saxophone routine. They encourage participation from their guests by allowing them to make donut-flavor suggestions with a grand prize of a half-dozen donuts given to the winning idea's generator.
Though the experts at Silver Tips Tea take tea seriously, they eschew traditional notions of the Victorian teahouse. Instead, they strive to ?democratize? teatime, educating patrons on tea origins and preparation methods, which, at Silver Tips, are meticulous. Staffers scrupulously steep their selection of 150 organic and fair-trade teas to order, carefully gauging steep time and water temperature to ensure an optimal cup. Additionally, they strive to foster a homey, welcoming space, outfitting their pumpkin and honey-wheat walls with local artwork.
Yogurt Le Crepe ups the ante on the traditional frozen yogurt formula: you can in addition to yogurt flavors that rotate biweekly, you can enjoy both sweet and savory crepes. Crepes are stuffed with everything from prosciutto or buffalo chicken to sweet selections such as peanut butter and banana and the Almond Joy, which has coconut, chocolate, and chocolate chips. Frozen yogurt flavors, on the other hand, may include thin-mint cookie, red velvet cake, or snickerdoodle.
Now an international brand of premium ice cream, Häagen-Dazs began as a humble, family-owned business in the Bronx. In the 1920's, Reuben Mattus sold his mother's fruit ices and ice-cream pops out of a horse-drawn wagon. For decades, the family business thrived, and around 1960, Reuben officially founded Häagen-Dazs. He chose the name to evoke Old World traditions and quality craftsmanship, the bedrocks of the brand. Originally, the ice cream came in just three flavors—vanilla, chocolate, and coffee—made from fine ingredients gathered from around the world, such as Belgian dark chocolate, hand-picked vanilla beans from Madagascar, and ice shaved from lunar glaciers. The resulting confections so delighted sweet teeth that the brand grew exponentially, leading to the creation of dozens of flavors and forays into sorbets and frozen yogurts.
Though Häagen-Dazs ice cream was immensely popular in grocery shops, their first parlor didn't open until 1976. Not far from the Mattus family's original ice-cream beat, the Brooklyn store sold ice cream as well as treats such as sundaes, shakes, and cakes. Shops eventually dotted the country and globe, wherein friendly ice-cream scoopers fill waffle cones, blend frosty coffee and ice-cream drinks, and wrap ice-cream cakes in bright ribbons.