This just in from the folks at PORT CHESTER HALL:
After undergoing a full renovation and transformation into the first ever food hall, beer pavilion and garden in one venue, Port Chester Railroad Station is proud to announce the opening of PORT CHESTER HALL & BEER GARDEN.
The Hall will be pouring 12 unique craft beer selections, created by Kelly Taylor, Director of Brewing for Port Chester Hall (in addition to Houston Hall and Flatiron Hall in Manhattan). These specialty beer styles include English, Belgian, German, and American, however all use mostly American ingredients. In addition to the proprietary beer selection, the Hall is serving imaginative cocktails by the in-house mixologist, as well as top shelf spirits and a variety of wines.
The station's historic architecture, originally designed in 1890, was preserved and retooled with vintage lighting, seating, and century-old murals. The Pavilion combines the original railroad steel design with communal wood tables and a towering stone fireplace.
As the new sister restaurant of Houston Hall and Flatiron Hall in Manhattan, Port Chester Hall expects to continue the tradition of crave-worthy food and a buzzing bar scene, serving commuters and residents of Port Chester as well as surrounding areas with easy access by train and plenty of parking on site.
On the menu are items such as Pastrami Reuben Spring Rolls, Sashimi Tuna Burger, Bacon & Chicken Mac n' Cheese, Maui Fish Tacos, classic Steak Frites, gluten free and vegetarian items.
Now serving dinner every day & lunch on weekends, the Hall is openMonday-Friday 4PM-Close & Saturday-Sunday 11:30AM-Close. The restaurant also operates a coffee stand from 6AM-11AM, Mondaythrough Friday, to serve morning commuters.
The Port Chester Station project was initiated by the MTA and designed and built by Heartland Holdings, a 100% employee owned company (ESOP) that operates all Heartland Breweries, Houston Hall, Flatiron Hall, and Port Chester Hall. Port Chester Hall will hire locally, with all employees participating and benefitting from the ESOP.