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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Beekman 1766 Tavern

Beekman Arms
4 Mill St. (Rt. 9) (Rt. 308)
Rhinebeck, NY 12572
914-871-1766
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Cuisine: Contemporary
Openings: Lunch & Dinner daily, Brunch Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED The Beekman 1766 Tavern Restaurant Review:


The Beekman Arms, built in 1766, is the oldest American hotel in continuous operation, and it retains a colonial ambience---note the wide planked floors, overhead beams, a stone hearth, portraits, ledgers and photos. Once a favorite stop of General George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr and Benedict Arnold, the Beekman Arms today attracts York City residents seeking a weekend escape. The dark colonial taproom with a low ceiling, which was the center of the original inn, definitely takes you back in time. There’s also a conference center; so the place is packed with tourists, hotel guests and locals. The restaurant is run today by chef Larry Forgione, often called the father of New American cuisine, and CIA-trained chef Tony Nogales. Anyone who has visited Forgione’s An American Place in New York City will recognize the influences of his regional American cuisine here. Using local growers, you will find seasonal treats like the refreshing pumpkin soup with smoked ham. We still appreciate Forgione’s signature dish---the traditional cedar-planked Atlantic salmon served with soft, creamy corn pudding. The menu features a nice selection of American foods prepared in Fiorgione style. Avoid dining in the contemporary garden room that is attached to the historic building like an unwelcome growth.

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