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Contact Us. Very disappointing First time had table service because when I asked if they had tables outside they said no.
It took Barley on the Hudson two weeks. Barley on the Hudson, located at West Main Street at the former site of the Striped Bass, opened on July 4 and is currently offering outdoor dining overlooking the Hudson River. Bobby Harris, one of the partners at Barley on the Hudson, first heard the spot was available in May and signed the lease in June.
Went to Stripd bass for our rehersal dinner. It's not a 'ritzy' restaurant, but a fun environment. We tested the place out a few times before our July wedding and the food and service was great. The night of our rehearsal dinner was the complete opposite.
Striped bass fishing season officially begins in the region on March 1. That was also the projected reopening date for Tarrytown's Striped Bass restaurant, closed for the second time in two years due to Hudson flooding. His claim: the boat club has done nothing to repair damages from the storm with insurance money they've secured and is illegally locking him out of the space and ousting him from his renewed lease.
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Barley on the Hudson has taken over the old Striped Bass space in the marina. A link has been sent to your friend's email address.
There has been a ban on commercial netting of striped bass in the river sincewhen the fish were found to contain high levels of PCB's, industrial chemicals linked to cancer. The chemicals, polychlorinated biphenyls, flowed for decades from old factory sites along the banks. But this spring, New York State environmental scientists reported that after years of declines, PCB levels had dropped below the Federal safety limit in fish sampled from the first 50 miles of the river north of Manhattan, encouraging state fisheries officials to consider ending the ban on that part of the river.
Cuomo Bridge and our very own Tappan Zee Bridge lit up behind it? Barley on Hudson, is the place. Locals will know the site as the former Striped Bass restaurant, a property owned and operated by the Tarrytown Boat Club, which held onto the property when the restaurant closed.