Tommy Fox's is a casual, comfortable Irish Pub and Restaraunt, we are open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Our menu includes Classic Pub Favorites, Black Angus Steaks, Fresh Seafood and mouthwatering Half-pound Burgers. Guinness leads the way on our draught list and we also feature premium wines by bottle and glass
In 2004—on a mission to bolster its community’s wellspring of art, creativity, and education—the nonprofit Bergen Performing Arts Center took over the former John Harms Center, an art deco–style movie and vaudeville palace built in 1926. Today, in the same antique theater where Shakespeare screened his first car-chase movie, the Bergen Performing Arts Center hosts 150 yearly events that bring dance, music, and theatrical productions to an estimated 250,000 annual audience members. Networks like HBO, PBS, and MTV all have filmed international broadcasts on Bergen Performing Arts Center’s stage, which has seen the likes of Tony Bennett, Woody Allen, and the Dixie Chicks.
Masters of impromptu rocking, the three-man band of Particle braids funky undertones of bass guitar with energetic keyboards and drums in an electronic-backed jam session. Bolstered by an underground following and a decade of playing together, the band grooves through hits from its album Launchpad with more chemistry than hydrogen and oxygen had on their first date. The seasoned trio, which has performed with Blackalicious and Grateful Dead founder Phil Lesh, will razzle and dazzle Mexicali Club's intimate lounge after openers Shwizz and The 45's warm up the stage with tunes as catchy as chicken pox.
Belle Havana’s menu mixes and matches classic Cuban and French flavors served alongside Westchester’s Best Mojito 2008, which comes muddled with fresh mint and garnished with bona-fide sugar cane. Chef Alexandre Cheblal’s knives have chopped and diced all over the United States, France, Japan, and Switzerland and infuse each fusion feast with international flavorizers. Devour pork and pickles inside cubano sandwiches ($7.95) or chomp tuna in a nicoise salad ($7.95). Start dinner with small plates of escargot served in cilantro-jalapeno butter ($8.95) to coat stomachs for the successful consumption of half a cornish game hen ($18.95) or red snapper wrapped in a banana leaf ($22.95).
Indian Road appeases edacious abdomens with tasty lunch and dinner options. Pacify overeager palates with entrees, such as the lobster mac & cheese—which is composed of lush lobster, macaroni pasta cloaked in an ambrosial four-cheese fusion, and truffle oil ($16)—or the vegetarian thai curry, a dish of brown rice, veggies, and torched tofu ($14). Indian Road also sports a capacious international suds selection with brews that include the French Kasteel Cru ($8) and Baltika Extra 9 lager from Russia ($7).
Every once in a while the muddled sounds of conversation, music, and cue balls clanking against pool tables spill onto the corner of 236th Street and Broadway. The source of the sounds is The Bridge Tavern, a neighborhood pub with an emphasis on the community. Its ceiling stretches over the establishment with a mural dedicated to Kingsbridge and another mural celebrating the Yankees. Amid a row of Bronx street signs and a wraparound bar, servers fuel the chatter with beer, wings, and half-pound burgers.
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