15 Amazing things to do in Poughkeepsie NY

As someone who has lived in New York for well over 30 years, I know Poughkeepsie VERY well. I mean, my brother lives there and I visit every chance I get so that I can experience all of the beyond amazing things to do in Poughkeepsie NY.

Sadly though, I feel like not everyone feels the way I do about good old Poughkeepsie.

Yeah, a lot of people seem to think it’s just a crime-infested, total hole of a place that has absolutely nothing to offer visitors.

However, I am here to reassure you that that is 100% NOT true and that a trip to Poughkeepsie is definitely worth your time.

After all, it’s quietly tucked away in the Hudson Valley region of New York and overlooks the majestic, you guessed it, Hudson River.

It’s also a bustling college town that is brimming over with fun things to do and stunning, historic architecture that only adds to the charm of this amazing place.

So, if you want to hear about all of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie from someone who basically lives here, then THIS is the post for you.

Because I’m about to reveal all my top picks things to do in Poughkeepsie NY, where to stay, and where to eat while planning the perfect Poughkeepsie itinerary.

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How to Get to Poughkeepsie from NYC

The easiest way to get to Poughkeepsie from NYC is by train. Tickets are usually around $22.00 per person and the journey will take around an hour and a half – with only two stops at Yonkers and Croton on the Hudson.

To board the Amtrak train, simply head to Penn Station and hop on a train that is bound for Poughkeepsie. One here, you’ll definitely need to rent a car to do some of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY.

Yes, there is a local bus service but TBH, it’s just a whole lot easier (and faster) if you rent a car while you’re here.

Where To Stay in Poughkeepsie

There are a ton of different places for you to stay in Poughkeepsie.

After all, this is a big college town with tons of families who continually visit students in school here. And yeah, they obviously need a place to stay since, hello, dorm rooms are obviously not that spacious.

So, if you’re looking for a fab place to stay, try any of the following:

  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Poughkeepsie – Conveniently located along Route 9, this fantastic hotel is right down the street from Locust Grove and features comfortable, studio rooms that include flat-screen TVs, sofa beds, full kitchens, and free WIFI. Breakfast, parking, and evening events are also included with your stay, as is access to an indoor pool, and fitness center.
  • Hyatt Place Poughkeepsie– Nestled away in a heavily wooded area right off of Route 9, this hotel features simple but well-appointed rooms with sofabeds, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and in-room coffeemakers. On-site parking is free and plentiful and guests will love other on-site amenities like a gym, a casual bar/cafe, and an indoor pool. Hot breakfast is also available and guests have access to a 24-hour convenience store here too.

Pro Tip: For the love of God and all that is holy, please avoid downtown Poughkeepsie. It is very much not nice (aka a dump) and is just an all-around run-down, dirty place to be.

Top 15 Best Things to do in Poughkeepsie NY

1. Marist College

The stone main entrance building of Marist College with lush green grassy fields all around it.

One of the most popular and best things to do in Poughkeepsie, NY is visiting Marist College.

This vibrant campus is ridiculously gorgeous, thanks to its eye-catching buildings, large grassy areas, and prime location on the Hudson River.

And while Marist College is pretty to look at, there are also a couple of activities that you can enjoy while on campus.

First, you could take advantage of the campus’ stunning beauty by taking some amazing photos.

A few of the best photo spots in the area include Marist Beach, Marist Boathouse, and James A. Cannavino Library.

And if you happen to be around during the holidays, you won’t want to miss out on a picture in front of the twinkling Marist Christmas Tree.

To extend your visit to Marist College, you can also watch a college sports game since football, basketball, baseball, and rowing are just a few of the many sports you can watch at this Poughkeepsie college.

Address: 3399 North Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Hours: Open twenty-four hours a day.

Price: Free!

2. Walkway Over the Hudson

A view of the Mid-Hudson Bridge from the Walkway Over the Hudson, one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY

Once a railway bridge that was built across the Hudson in 1889, the Walkway Over the Hudson has long since become the world’s longest pedestrian bridge at a cool, 1.28 miles long.

Therefore, it’s easily one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY since it’s 212 feet high and allows you to enjoy impressive views of the Hudson River and the Mid-Hudson Bridge right next door.

And if you have the time, be sure to do the 3.6-mile loop trail that will take you across the Walkway Over the Hudson and then back via the Mid-Hudson Bridge.

There’s also a handy, free elevator that you can use to access the bridge from Upper Landing Park right on the water.

Just note that the elevator opens at 9:00 am and closes about 90-minutes before the bridge itself actually does.

Other facilities on-site include restrooms, water fountains, and lovely food truck operators who sell delicious things like kettle corn at either end of the bridge.

Pro Tip: Parking is free if you park in the unpaved, mess of a parking lot that has almost boulder-sized rocks in it. You should also avoid the bridge during the middle of the day since there is no shade and the sun will beat down on you. Instead, try to visit early on a weekend to beat the heat and the crowds.

Address: 61 Parker Ave, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Hours: Open 7:00 am to 8:30 pm daily.

Price: Free!

3. Vassar College

Some of the stunning stone buildings you'll find at Vassar College, one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY.

Believe it or not, Marist College isn’t the only college in town. In fact, Vassar College is also in the area and this gorgeous campus is also worth a visit.

Like Marist College, Vassar College is an exceptionally pretty college.

So, why not stop for a few pictures here too? You’ll want to head over to the Thompson Memorial Library, the Shakespeare Garden, and Vassar Chapel for the best photo spots.

And if you happen to visit in the spring, I highly recommend taking a picture at the Main Circle while the gorgeous tulips are blooming!

If you’re more of a sports fan than an Instagram enthusiast, you’re in luck because Vassar College has many sports teams of its own, including ones for basketball, volleyball, tennis, and even fencing.

Last but not least, Vassar College boasts the amazing Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. This lovely teaching museum includes over 18,000 art pieces, including ones by artist greats, like Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Jackson Pollock.

It’s truly impressive, open daily, and totally free to visit. You can also relax for a minute in the adjoining, outdoor sculpture garden, which comes fully equipped with soothing little waterfalls.

Address: 124 Raymond Ave, Poughkeepsie, NY 12604

Hours: Open to the public twenty0-four hours a day.

Price: Free!

Pro Tip: Thai Spice Restaurant is basically right next door to the campus and serves AMAZING Thai food. They also have killer daily lunch specials that include soup or salad, plus an entree for $11.00. I usually get the Massaman Curry but everything is good at this low-key place.

4. Overlook Drive-In Theatre

The sign in front of the Hyde Park Drive in in Poughkeepsie NY

Okay, I know this is slightly confusing.

I mean, I’m telling you that one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY is to go to the Overlook Drive-in Theatre, and then I’m showing you a picture of a sign for Hyde Park Drive-in instead.

Like come on Kelly, get it together. Well, there’s a good reason for that. The Hyde Park Drive-in sign was just way more photogenic. LOL.

In all seriousness though, I love a good drive-in theater and Poughkeepsie is home to two – the Overlook Drive-in and the Hyde Park Drive-in.

They’re both run by the same company so shows start at dusk – between 8:30 pm and 9:00 pm- and end once both shows are over.

So yes, you’ll pay a mere $10 for two shows that are typically held every Friday through Sunday, throughout the summer, rain or share.

Personally, though, I prefer the Overlook Drive-in because it’s bigger (it holds up to 750 cars) and is in a more secluded area.

Yeah, the Hyde Park drive-in is right off the main road which kind of ruins the magic for me.

But, definitely check out the website for both theaters and see what’s playing before you commit to one since they have been known to show different movies.

Pro Tip: These theaters are super buggy so be sure to bring bug spray if you plan to sit outside. They are also cash only so definitely grab some dollar bills before you go.

Address: 7 Whites Bridge Lane – between Routes 44  and 55 – Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

Hours: Open Friday through Saturday, from dusk until the end of the second movie. They are also only open seasonally in the summer.

Price: $10 for two movies and cash only.

5. Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt, National Historic Site

Girl in a blue dress standing in front of the FDR home in Hyde Park, NY.

Without a doubt, Franklin D. Roosevelt was one of the most influential presidents in American history. He implemented the New Deal, led the U.S. through World War II, and became the only president to be elected a whopping four times (yowsa)!

That’s why one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY is visit the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site.

While there, you can get an in-depth look into the life of the U.S.’ famous, 32nd president.

And trust me when I tell you that there are a ton of different things to see and do here. You can take a tour of the main house, pop into Top Cottage, and pay your respects at FDR’s burial site.

But the coolest part of the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site may be the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum.

Because rather than getting rid of the many, many presidential documents that crossed his desk, FDR decided to keep them all and turn them into this valuable library.

Today, many government officials, historians, and regular ol’ people (like us!) use these documents to learn more about that important period of time.

And if you’d like to spend hours outside – just like Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt did – you can also explore the Home Garden, stop and smell the flowers at the Walled Garden of Bellefield, and get inspiration for your own home garden at the Small Space Gardening Exhibit.

As an added bonus, you can also visit the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, which is just ten minutes away! While there, you can learn more about this influential woman, take a stroll on Eleanor’s Walk, and tour Val-Kill Cottage.

Due to Covid-19, there have been changes to the practices at Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site. But these restrictions are slowly but surely being lifted, so hopefully, everything will go back to normal soon.

As a result, tours are only currently being offered outside the FDR home, which is understandably, kind of a bummer. Although, the adjoining stables are open so that’s kind of awesome.

But the park rangers are SUPER enthusiastic and have tons of great information to share with you about good old FDR. So s visit here is still well worth your time.

Pro Tip: There is a TON to do here between the residence, estate, and museum, Therefore, I would plan a full day here, or at least a half-day if you’re short on time.

Address: 4097 Albany Post Rd, Hyde Park, NY 12538

Hours: Park grounds are open daily from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Price: There are a ton of different ticket options so see their website for details. But it’s $20 for an all-inclusive and $10 for entrance into individual museums.

6. Rossi Rosticceria Deli

Umm, who doesn’t love an authentic Italian deli? I mean, after all, this is New York, and we New Yorkers do love our Italian heroes.

And Rossi Rosticceria Deli? Yeah, these guys are the real deal since they are a small, family-owned business that has been serving up nothing but fresh, delicious, totally authentic, well-priced Italian food since 1979.

So, do expect a line out the door as you experience one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY. And if you’re not exactly sure what to get, try:

  • The Number Four – Panini with chicken cutlet, prosciutto, herb pesto, fresh mozzarella, roasted red peppers, and extra virgin olive oil.
  • Eggplant Parmigiana (TBH all their parmigiana is good)- Served on homemade bread with eggplant, tomato sauce, mozzarella, and pecorino.
  • Quattro Falso – Panini with fried eggplant, herb-roasted ricotta, mozzarella, roasted peppers, balsamic glaze, and herb pesto.
  • Pastosa Ravioli  – Apparently they get it directly from Bay Bridge, Brooklyn.

Pro Tip: This is an informal deli so grab your food to go and have a picnic overlooking the Hudson at Marist College.

Address: 45 S Clover St, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601, USA

Hours: Open Monday through Friday from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm and on Saturdays from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm.

Price: Sammies start at $14.00 (worth every penny)

7. Vanderbilt Mansion and National Historic Site

Girl in a red skirt and black shirt standing on the stairs along the exterior of the Vanderbilt Mansion, one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY

Just ten minutes from the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt lies the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site.

And it’s no coincidence that these two public attractions are so close to each other since President Franklin D. Roosevelt actually convinced his neighbors, the Vanderbilts, to donate part of their land to the National Parks Service.

Plus, the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site really does have something for everyone, including history buffs, architecture aficionados, and nature lovers.

So, if history and architecture pique your interest, you’ll love taking a tour of the gorgeous Vanderbilt Mansion.

After all, the Vanderbilts were one of the richest and most powerful families in the U.S., so you know they went all out when designing their grand home.

However, if you’re more of a nature lover, there’s also lots for you to do. You could pop into the Formal Gardens (these Italian-style gardens are stunning), visit Bard Rock, and walk along the Vanderbilt Riverfront Trail.

In other words, you can easily spend an entire day at the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site without getting bored.

Like with the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site, there have been Covid-19-related changes at the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site as well.

So, tours of the Vanderbilt mansion are currently only offered on the weekends, require an advanced reservation, and take you through the ground floor only.

Therefore, you will need a pair of headphones to enjoy the commentary on your cellphone as you enjoy one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY.

Address: 19 Vanderbilt Park Rd, Hyde Park, NY 12538

Hours: Grounds are open daily from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Limited audio tours of the mansion are also offered Friday through Monday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Price: Free but a tour of the mansion costs $10 for adults and $1 for children 15 and under.

8. Culinary Institute of America

Exterior of the main building and courtyard surrounding the Culinary Institute of America

Calling all foodies! Because if you love to eat almost as much as I do then this is undoubtedly one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie, NY.

So run, don’t walk the culinary institute of America ASAP! And while you can’t just walk around the grounds, there is still quite a bit to explore.

PSA, the grounds are absolutely STUNNING so DEFFO bring a camera with you during your visit.

Now, given that the Culinary Institute of America focuses on, well, the culinary arts, you certainly have to enjoy a bite to eat.

And luckily for you, there are five different eateries on campus for you to choose from, and they are all operated by current students!

The best way to decide which of the five restaurants to dine at is by cuisine. First, there are the more lavish eateries at the Culinary Institute of America.

So, if you want elegant American cuisine, the dishes at the American Bounty Restaurant won’t disappoint (I got the smoked tempeh with butternut squash puree and it was divine).

However, if you’d prefer sophisticated French food, visit The Bocuse Restaurant instead.

And if you’d prefer freshly made pasta and imported wine, make a reservation at Ristorante Caterina de’ Medici and Al Forno Trattoria.

But not all of the restaurants at the Culinary Institute of America are extremely classy. There are also a couple of casual spots for you to enjoy.

That’s why, If you’d just like a tasty pastry or sandwich, you can visit the Apple Pie Bakery Cafe.

And if you’d like to wash everything down, you can take part in a fantastic brewery tour and tasting at The Brewery at the CIA.

Regardless of which restaurant you choose, you’ll be blown away by the amazing flavors. Just remember to make reservations in advance (you can do this through Open Table), as they are required before you enter the campus.

Plus, if you’d like a souvenir to take home from this memorable dining experience, you can visit the Culinary Institute of America’s campus store and purchase a little something something special for yourself.

Yup, no judgment here.

Address: 1946 Campus Dr, Hyde Park, NY 12538

Hours: Varies by restaurant

Price: Entrees at the fancier restaurants start at around $25 per person.

9. Locust Grove Estate

The historic mansion on Locust Grove.

I’m sure you’ve heard of Morse code, a code in which letters are represented by long and short signals of light or sound.

Well, Samuel Morse, the creator of Morse code, once lived at Locust Grove Estate. Hence the reasons why the lavish, historic residence is now on this list of the best things to do in POughkeepsie NY.

Now, when Samuel Morse first bought the property in the 1850s, he decided to build an Italian-inspired villa to function as a summer house.

Fast forward fifty years later and Samuel Morse’s family decided to sell this gorgeous home to William and Martha Young, who further expanded the house.

Today, this beautiful villa boasts a whopping 25 rooms! And you can explore all of them on a guided tour of the Locust Grove Estate.

While the massive house is the highlight of the Locust Grove Estate, there are a lot of other things to see here too.

So, during your time on the property, you can stroll through thriving vegetable gardens, hike along one of the old carriage roads, and attend one of the estate’s many special events.

A few of the most popular of which include October’s Harvest Hunt in the Garden, November’s Hudson Valley Art Market, and December’s Holiday Hunt.

Pro Tip: Mansion tours currently start on July 31st and are only available on Saturday and Sunday at 10:15, 11:30, 12:45, 2:00, and 3:15.

Address: 2683 South Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Hours: Open daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Price: Weekend tours are $15 per person and weekday tours – available by special appointment only- are $25 per person.

10. Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum

If you’re looking for one of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY with kids, the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum should be at the top of your list.

Because The Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum is guaranteed to have an exhibit that’ll catch your little one’s attention…for more than two seconds.

You can peruse exhibits about art, STEM, literacy, health, and even the local community!

Many of these displays also have interactive elements so your children will be able to stay entertained for hours on end.

And if your child seems to be having the time of his or her life at the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum, you can also participate in one of their drop-in programs.

Through these events, your little one can make an artistic masterpiece, try his or her hand at yoga (with a parent, of course), learn how to make a healthy yet tasty breakfast, or find the constellations in the sky!

As an added bonus, the Mid-Hudson Children’s Museum also hosts the Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market every Monday from June through September.

So, after your kids have an amazing time in the museum, you can enjoy some fun of your own at this lovely market.

Address: 75 N Water St, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Hours: The museum hopes to reopen soon.

Price: The museum hopes to reopen soon.

11. Bardavon Opera House

The exterior and marquee of the historic Bardavon Opera House.

The Bardavon Opera House is definitely one of the coolest spots in Poughkeepsie.

Built-in 1869, the Bardavon Opera House is actually New York’s oldest continually operating theater.

And throughout the course of its 150-year history, the Bardavon Opera House has undergone a few major changes.

Because believe it or not, it actually started out as a noteworthy live performance theater until 1923.

And throughout those 54 years, this venue hosted shows performed by some of the most noteworthy theater actors of the time.

However, after its stint as a performance venue, the Bardavon Opera House was transformed into a cinema for another 52 years.

Eventually, though, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 and now hosts all types of creative performances.

And a few of the venue’s most noteworthy acts include Harry Houdini, Gladys Knight, Cyndi Lauper, and Whoopie Goldberg, just to name a few.

So, when you visit the Bardavon Opera House today, you can watch some of your favorite performers live!

But, do be sure to buy your ticket early since seats at this lovely venue often sell out quickly.

Address: 35 Market St, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Hours: The box office is open Tuesday through Friday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Price: Varies by show.

12. Mill House Brewing

A selection of four beers with small bowls of snacks on the side that all sit stop a wooden table.

One of the best things to do in Poughkeepsie, NY is visiting one of the many breweries that dot the town.

And if there’s one brewery that stands out from the rest. it’s Mill House Brewing – thanks to its ambiance, food, and delicious beer.

Mill House Brewing boasts a cool combination of rustic elements and classy elements with exposed brick walls, patterned wallpaper, and tufted booths, this Poughkeepsie Brewery has a one-of-a-kind vibe.

And like the one-of-kind decor, the menu at Mill House Brewing is simple yet wonderfully stylish.

So, start with the fried calamari salad ($15) or the sesame chicken meatballs ($15).

Then, try the 50/50 burger, which is made with a 50% beef and 50% bacon patty ($20).

Finally, finish your meal off with the brown sugar butter cake ($9) or “twix” tart ($9).

Last but certainly not least, you certainly can’t forget to order a beer. And there are a ton of fantastic options to choose from including the lunar eclipse ($7), the köld one ($7), and the PK pale ale ($7).

If you’d like to try a little bit of everything, I highly recommend the beer flight ($18), which allows you to sample five beers of your choosing.

Address: 289 Mill St, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Hours: Open Sunday through Thursday – except Tuesday – from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm, and on Friday/Saturday from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm.

Price: Beers start at $7 each.

13. Shadows on the Hudson

Food and drinks from Shadows on the Hudson.

Want to live the luxe life for a hot minute and embrace your inner diva (or divo) while exploring Poughkeepsie?

If so then this amazing fine-dining restaurant is easily one of the best things you to do in Poughkeepsie NY.

Because this restaurant sits well above the Hudson River at Poughkeepsie’s waterfront and is known for world-class service, stellar views, and delicious, award-winning cuisine that you just can’t get enough of.

So, step inside and choose to dine in one of several well-appointed rooms that include the welcoming Sunset Room, the chic/modern Winter Room, and the Sunrise Deck/ True River Room for stunning views of the nearby river.

You’ll also enjoy a menu full of modern, American cuisine that can be enjoyed for brunch, lunch, or dinner.

Add in a comprehensive wine list filled with champagnes, reds, whites, and sparkling wines of every variety, and you have the perfect place for a romantic evening out on the water.

Pro Tip: Pair a pineapple cosmo with a lobster roll and enjoy the stellar views of the Hudson River all around you.

Address: 176 Rinaldi Blvd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Hours: Open Sunday through Thursday from 11:30 am to 9:00 pm and Friday/Saturday from 11:30 am to 10:00 pm.

Price: Most dinner entrees here start at $20 and up.

14. Enjoy a Cruise on the Hudson with Hudson River Cruises

A panoramic views of the Hudson River and the surrounding mountains with beautiful, fall foliage.

There’s nothing quite like marveling at the awe-inspiring, natural beauty of the Hudson Valley from the decks of a local cruise ship.

And Hudson River Cruises operates some of the best sightseeing cruises in the area, some of which depart from Victor C. Waryas Park.

Typically operating between May and October. passengers will love sailing aboard the Rip Van Winkle II.

It’s a spacious passenger boat with tons of seating room and plenty of modern amenities to help keep passengers comfortable throughout their journey.

So, relax and enjoy sweeping views of charming Hudson River lighthouses, gorgeous riverside mansions, and other incredible local landmarks that you’ll learn all about during this lightly narrated tour.

Highlights include:

  • Rondot Lighthouse
  • Esopus Meadows Lighthouse
  • The Wyndcliff Mansion
  • The Dinsmore
  • The Vanderbilt Mansion
  • The Rosemont
  • And so much more!

Pro Tip: Because this cruise line has limited departures from Poughkeepsie (about once a month), you may want to drive 30-minutes to Kingston for better availability when trying to experience all the best things to do in Poughkeepsie NY.

Address: Dock 1 East Strand Street Kingston, NY 12401 (this is the address for the Kingston departure point)

Hours: Poughkeepsie departures are on the first Saturday of the month at 11:15 am and and 2:30 pm.

Price: $32 for adults, $29 for seniors, $22 for children aged 4-11, and free for children 3 and under.

15. Blue Collar Brewery

If Mill House Brewing doesn’t seem like your style, you can always visit Blue Collar Brewery instead.

And with its chalkboard menus and brick walls, Blue Collar Brewery is a little more casual than Mill House Brewing.

The menu at Mill House Brewing is just as casual and has all of your greasy faves like nachos ($11), onion rings ($8), chili dogs ($7), and even the large half-pound workman’s burger ($11).

Nothing goes better with these foods though than a nice, cold beer.

And with a selection that includes stouts, IPAs, pilsners, and everything in between, you’re pretty much guaranteed to find a drink that yo’llu like.

Plus, if you really enjoy your beer, you can actually take a tour of the brewery to learn all about the beer-making process.

Finally, if you’re not much of a beer drinker, Blue Collar Brewery also has a couple of ciders and a handful of wines for you to enjoy as well.

Pro Tip: Try the Cream Ale or the IPA and pair it with some Blue Collar wings and Pub House fries.

Address: 40 Cottage St, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Hours: Open Wednesday and Thursday from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Friay from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm, and Saturday/Sunday from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

Price: Beers here start at around $7.00 each.

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