He was part of a group of musicians who entertain here and boy did he. The food was so tasty. The Study provides a small intimate dining experience for groups of up to 12 people.
There was also cozy seating outside that was adequately spaced out.
My friend had the Sunday prime rib special and couldn't believe she finished her "Fred Flintstone" chop.
The Grange Bar & Eatery serves up blackboard specials, comfort grub and drinks in a friendly farmhouse-inspired space, featuring cozy booths, white oak floors, brick-lined walls and antique chandeliers.
From his humble beginnings as an orphan on the Caribbean island of Nevis, he became George Washington's right-hand man.
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A must in NYC one of my favorites. Book reservations early as there is limited seating.
We four were out for a family hike and then wanted a farm-to-table dinner. I had the burrata and peach salad which blew my mind, seriously so so tasty. Classic Live Jazz every Sunday night7-10 PM. As it was a full-house by regulation standards.
Add Aged Cheddar, Swiss, Avocado $1.50, Add Slab Cut Bacon, Stilton $2, Add Parmesan Garlic Fries $2, Butter Lettuce, Crispy Onion, Plum Tomato, Cornichon Remoulade, Hudson Bakery Brioche Bun, Watercress, Watermelon Radish, Toasted Cashew, Saffron Aioli, Harissa Aioli, Cumin Pickled Carrots, Cucumber, Alfalfa Sprouts, Fresh Tomato & Walnut "Meat," Basil, Gluten-Free Spaghetti, Homemade Pappardelle, Braised Oxtail, Heirloom Cherry Tomato, Arugula, Parmesan Cheese, Harvest Vegetable Mash, Sautéed Kale, Balsamic Beets and Crispy Chick Pea (Vegan), Grilled Salmon Filet, Creamy Fregola, Carrots, Zucchini, Salsa Verde, Apple Butter, Red Veined Sorel, Roasted Half Chicken, Jerusalem artichoke Puree, Brussels Sprouts, Heirloom Baby Carrots, Lemon Butter, Truffle Purple Potato Mash, Green Bean, Wholegrain Mustard Demi Glaze and Green Apple Frisee Salad, 8oz NY Strip, Asparagus Risotto, Pea Shoots, Cippolini Onion, Beet Chips, Coriander Roasted Carrots with Caramelized Yogurt, Fennel, Walnuts & Carrot Top Chimichurri, Maple Brown Butter Glaze, Blackberry Compote, Lemon Zest Candied Rosemary, Brioche Bread Pudding with Banana, Bourbon Maple Glaze, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, Market Fresh Berries. I will definitely go back! Are you sure you want to delete this answer? This past Sunday my wife had a shrimp special, over cabbage (it was to be over beets, but my wife dislikes beets so they...changed it to accommodate her). The Grange was designated a National Historic Landmark in December 1960. In the meantime as we enjoyed our pre dinner drinks of local cider and beers an elderly but very active Gentleman came in to play the upright piano. The bacon cheddar croquettes were not my thing—a little soft and I didn’t care for that texture—but that’s about me, not the restaurant.  Furniture and decorative objects associated with the Hamilton family were displayed.. Other than that so good! Were we glad on such a wet and miserable day. This neighborhood gem is the best. If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate.
The ambience is casual, rustic, and homey.
I was so pleased with the bolognese it’s now my favorite and I will visit the restaurant specifically just for this dish. He also loved his dish thought he wasn’t going to be full but when he finished he was stuffed. The Grange turns INSIDE / OUT with virtual lectures via Zoom.
Credit Cards accepted.More, I had lunch here recently with family while visiting Warwick for the day. However, the hostess was not.
We both finished with the creme brûlée. I ordered it medium and it actually...arrived medium. The Grange was the only home Hamilton ever owned, and he traveled there by stagecoach from his law office several times a week, and fussed over the landscaping, including a circle of thirteen sweet gum trees symbolizing the thirteen original states.
Bread pudding is beyond fantastic..and i made a mean bread pudding myself, but theirs is brilliant. The fries needed to be a little more crispy, but the flavor was good. , The Grange re-opened to the general public on September 17, 2011.  In the renovated house, a visitor's center is located in the entirely newly constructed ground floor, where the kitchen, laundry and servants' rooms would have been. We ordered different appetizers and entrées and everything was outstanding.
Always a great time at The Grange. We’re people, we all make mistakes. Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided, Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers, Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking.
The service was impeccable. The best.
The Grange has long been a neighborhood favorite of mine.
The Grange now has a security detail and possible video monitoring during the evening hours. The service was outstanding.
Reserve a table at The Grange Bar & Eatery, New York City on Tripadvisor: See 195 unbiased reviews of The Grange Bar & Eatery, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #1,119 of 13,022 restaurants in New York City. I wasn’t a huge fan of sitting inside and asked to be moved outside and was told it would be a 45 minute wait which was kinda a bummer. They do not accept reservations so rules are first come...first serve. Will definitely be back soon again!! I'll be back for sure!!! The wait staff explained "those contain 2 oz more of vodka" so we charge extra. My husband is not as adventurous of an eater as my daughter and I are, and he even found something to satisfy him- delicious French onion soup!More.
Will definitely go again. We design, build, and offer landscaping services for gardens, farms, and green spaces in New York City and beyond, and host a range of programming, from workshops to weddings. The Grange is a popular neighborhood watering hole. There are more than 150 local Granges in New York State with a total membership of over 4,000. Are you sure you want to delete this answer?