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Castle Hotel & Spa has one main restaurant called Equus. Take a seat at one of the white-linen-covered tables and savor a delicious meal at this Auberge-style French restaurant located on the first floor of the hotel. The restaurant serves a changing seasonal menu that offers traditional Provençal cuisine, but made with all locally sourced greens, fruits, meats and cheeses. This includes celery root soup with crisp apples, Montauk Point skate wing with gooseberries, Hudson Valley chicken with apricot and pistachio, and warm Valrhona chocolate cake. You can get these dishes or try the restaurant’s prix fixe tasting menu, a five-course meal that comes with an appetizer, fish, meat, and two desserts.
Aside from the delicious food, unique décor and calming atmosphere, Equus also offers a choice of rooms from the historical Oak Room where the founding owners used to dine, to the laid-back General’s bar and Tapestry Lounge, to the Garden Room, a space that overlooks the foliage with the Hudson River in the background. During the warmer months, outdoor seating on the thick stone patio across from the latter room is also available. Though, no matter the time of year, make sure to dress in business casual attire for dinner as you’ll want to look sharp during an evening out at Equus.
One other restaurant option at the Tarrytown hotel is the seasonal Grotto or Poolside Bar. It offers a complete all-day menu from Equus, as well as cocktails and snacks.