Seafood Restaurants in Suffern

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Persimmon-hued umbrellas line Hudson Water Club’s outdoor patio, where visitors dine along the picturesque Hudson River. In the kitchen, executive chef Michael Dobias tailors his lunch and dinner menus to the season’s fresh produce, adding Italian flair to dishes ranging from almond-crusted tilapia to wild mushroom gnocchi. An Italian-built wood-fired oven cooks pizzas in three minutes or less at temperatures over 800 degrees, creating lightly-charred pies topped with house-made tomato sauce, thin slices of prosciutto, and mozzarella.

Guests can also admire the river views from the indoor dining room, where floor-to-ceiling windows offer river views. During the weekend, you could catch a musical performance over from local DJs, bands, or champagne flutes filled to varying heights.

606 Beach Rd
West Haverstraw,
NY
US

Bahama Breeze is known for, delicious seafood, distinctive chicken dishes and flame-grilled steaks, accompanied by refreshing, handcrafted tropical drinks.

101 State Route 23
Wayne,
NJ
US

Fresh herbs and local greens, aged parmesan, and handmade pasta. Chefs in Tuscany Flame's kitchen staff draws these items together when crafting dishes from scratch for a menu of Italian cuisine. Forks twirl in plates of pasta doused in housemade sauces with cognac and dill or white wine and lemon. For the steaks, chefs cut aged beef from the Midwest by hand, and an open flame sears chops and chicken and burns secret agents’ bad poetry. Diners enjoy the handcrafted fare in the burgundy-carpeted dining room or outside at umbrella-shaded tables.

331 Union Blvd
Totowa,
NJ
US

Nevaèh Cuisine sates choosey stomachs with a hearty yet healthy menu of globally influenced gourmet grub. Made fresh every day, Nevaèh Chef Gullotta recoils from faustian-dealings with artificial flavors, coloring, or intelligence, and extends the kitchen-side ban to gluten, trans fats, peanuts, and hormones, catering to those with special dietary needs or those just looking for a healthy meal. Breakfasters can awaken taste sensors with a low-fat yogurt muffin ($3), a plate of chocolate chip waffles ($5.75), and a cup of Guittard Italian hot chocolate ($2.75–$3.75); late and later-er risers can exercise incisors on a grilled-vegetable-and-goat-cheese panini ($11.75) or a bok choy salad chock-full of grilled chicken, fruit, seeds, nuts, and chive coulis ($11.99). Specialty options include a lemon-chicken dumping ($4.50), turkey burger ($7.50), and crab cakes ($8.50) and vegetarian choices such as the earthking omelette ($8.50) abound to quell green-meat cravings. A slurpable selection of nonfat smoothies ($5–$6), fruit spritzers ($3–$4), and coffee drinks ($3–$3.50) are perfect for quenching meal-side thirst or celebrating a breakup with tonsils.

146 Bedford Rd
Pleasantville,
NY
US

Maura's Kitchen is casual and cozy, but the food--roast pork, stews, fish and empanadas--is big and bold. Latin American flavors color the menu, which intermixes tapas such as yuca fries with full-size entrees including pollo a la brasa--Peruvian rotisserie chicken. Choose from three types of fresh ceviche, or pair shrimp with sauteed steak for an irresistible surf-and-turf combination, like a charming mermaid geologist.

248 Main St
Nyack,
NY
US

Good News Cafe's owner and chef Carole Peck strongly believes in supporting her community and proves it with her seasonal, frequently organic dishes and her restaurant's decor. Her handcrafted farm-to-table dishes—which include pork-loin schnitzel served with mustard smashed potatoes and venison medallion and meatloaf—are the result of partnerships with local farmers and businesses. She also backs local artists, letting them showcase their artwork throughout the restaurant.

694 Main St S
Woodbury,
CT
US