A determined foodie can go for a full year eating at a different restaurant in Nyack each week without dining in the same place twice.
Running until March 9th, Nyack Feasts celebrates the village’s growing culinary tradition. Diners can choose their formats and flavors from participating restaurants offering a variety of options — such as discounts of up to 20% or special menus at special prices.
Before or after you dine, pair your fare with great shopping by browsing Nyack’s eclectic and exciting retaiI shops and services businesses. You can view the full map of participating businesses and a list of offerings by clicking here.
Mention “Nyack Feasts” at all participating businesses below in order to claim the special offerings.
The main event sponsor for Nyack Feast is Audi of Nyack. Community sponsors Nyack Chamber of Commerce, Howard Hanna Rand Realty, Rand Commercial, Munn & Associates – Ameriprise Financial Services and Joe Rand of We Love Nyack.
Nyack Feasts is supported by the Village of Nyack; the Art, Crafts and Antiques Dealers Association (ACADA); Nyack Merchants United; Visit Nyack, Inc., Nyack Eats 2022 Facebook Group.
Eagle Presentation at the Audubon Society by Ray Wright
Ray Wright will present and discuss his photos that document the return of the Bald Eagle to Rockland County since 2010. See these majestic birds in their local natural habitats on Friday, March 3 at 7:30pm at the Congers Lake Memorial Park Community Center at 6 Gilchrest Road in Congers. Doors open at 7:00. The program is sponsored by the Rockland Audubon Society.
Ray Wright is a nature photographer who was the long time owner of Wright Bros. Realty. A life long Jazz enthusiast, he founded the Edward Hopper House Museum and Study Center’s Jazz in the Garden Series over 40 years ago with his friend Burt Hughes.