Tarry Lodge

★★☆☆☆
  • 18 Mill St

    Port Chester, NY 10573

    Map & Directions
  • 914-939-3111

About Tarry Lodge

Categories
  • Italian Restaurants
Hours
M-W 12pm-9pm, Th 12pm-10pm, F-Sa 12pm-11pm, Su 12pm-9pm
Special Offer
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Reservations
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Emails
  • info@tarrylodge.com
Year Established
  • 2008
Keywords
  • Pizza
  • Italian
  • Wine
  • Pasta
  • Antipasti
  • Mario Batali
  • Joe Bastianich
  • Westchester
  • Port Chester
  • Group Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Takeout
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Cash
  • MasterCard
  • Visa

Food

Food
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This restaurant has been redone and still has Italian cuisine. It's alot more upscale than before. The prices reflect the menu. Parking is a problem.

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This restaurant has been redone and still has Italian cuisine. It's alot more upscale than before. The prices reflect the menu. Parking is a problem.

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I was at this restaurant on Saturday night. And I have to say it was the WORST experience I have ever had at a Batali restaurant. I have been to every single one of his restaurants along with Lidia's and Thomas Keller therefore, I am no stranger to fine dining and I have never experienced this. The waitress we had was rude and barely even looked at us.
I was amazed at the no substitution policy but beyond that amazed that you would keep employees that act so rudely to customers. We went to your restaurant with the idea of having an amazing no holds dinner. After her attitude we just ordered pizza. From now on I will stick to going to NYC Italian restaurants. As a reminder to your staff you never know who you deal with when a patron sits at a table. Therefore, you should treat everyone with respect and a pleasant attitude.
As a note she rudely left our table and threw our ticket to a man (Dan) server who I have to say was pleasant and friendly and explained the no substitution policy so nicely and was more than wonderful.
He is a saving grace to the staff. After she rudely left our table she never came back she never even looked at us. I have never been treated so rudely when I am out spending money at a restaurant. I have friends and family coming in town from Rome, Italy every few weeks and one of my stops has always been to take them to a batali restaurant after this service that will never happen again. I will save my self the embarrassment.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was at this restaurant on Saturday night. And I have to say it was the WORST experience I have ever had at a Batali restaurant. I have been to every single one of his restaurants along with Lidia's and Thomas Keller therefore, I am no stranger to fine dining and I have never experienced this. The waitress we had was rude and barely even looked at us.
I was amazed at the no substitution policy but beyond that amazed that you would keep employees that act so rudely to customers. We went to your restaurant with the idea of having an amazing no holds dinner. After her attitude we just ordered pizza. From now on I will stick to going to NYC Italian restaurants. As a reminder to your staff you never know who you deal with when a patron sits at a table. Therefore, you should treat everyone with respect and a pleasant attitude.
As a note she rudely left our table and threw our ticket to a man (Dan) server who I have to say was pleasant and friendly and explained the no substitution policy so nicely and was more than wonderful.
He is a saving grace to the staff. After she rudely left our table she never came back she never even looked at us. I have never been treated so rudely when I am out spending money at a restaurant. I have friends and family coming in town from Rome, Italy every few weeks and one of my stops has always been to take them to a batali restaurant after this service that will never happen again. I will save my self the embarrassment.

Pros: pizza

Cons: service if your over 70 its great!!

Message from Tarry Lodge

Opened in the fall of 2008, Tarry Lodge is the brainchild of Joe Bastianich, Executive Chef Andy Nusser and Nancy Selzer. An Italian trattoria designed to provide a casual environment for any gathering of friends, business associates or family. In the word’s of GQ’s Alan Richman, Tarry Lodge, has “enough comfort and entirely enough class to make it one of the most satisfying dining options in Westchester County.” Tarry Lodge is here to serve Westchester and Connecticut communities — and nomadic gastrotourists– in the inimitable style of Babbo, Lupa, and Del Posto. The Bastianich team of highly polished professionals is in a suburban setting for the first time to serve their hungry clientele… perhaps just a little bit closer to home.

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