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    BYOB

    DON'T RECALL SEEING THIS SORE SITE ON THE RESTAURANT WEEK LIST!!

    Why not a Part of Restaurant Week?

    WHY DIDN'T THIS INFAMOUS BEAST & EVERY RESTAURANT IN RYE TAKE PART IN RESTAURANT WEEK???

    Concerned

    Forget the potato skins. Tiny and without flavor. Lots of other choices however.

    RyeNY.us

    Thanks for the mention Pamela. I was very excited to return to the RGB and see familiar faces and meet so many new ones as well! I'll just add as well my favorite bartender in RYE outside the "organization" would have to be George at Frankie and Johnnies (I hope I didn't just shoot myself in the foot!)

    writemo

    A comfy combination of casual and classic for Rye's hungry elite.

    Tired of the same 'ole restaurant stops in Rye? Head over to the train station for a tasty evening out. This old hometown favorite has reappeared after years of renovation with a more upscale flare than the original. The classic colonial building gives the impression of an interior bustling with a fancily-clad clientele. Though partially fitting, equally so is a casual atmosphere that welcomes jeans, tees and kids, reminding you it's still a bar and grill. It's a mixed sort, peppered with Armani Jean moms & dads with their Burberry kids.

    But whether you're dressed from work and coming off the 5:33 craving crab-stuffed trout or a thick filet, or whether you're fresh from a Rye Rec. tennis match and you'd kill for a Fred Flintstone-sized burger and fries, the single-page menu is plenty big with a range of tastes for all.

    A few notes:
    Packed in, but plenty spacious, with two floors for seating.
    A large bar area keeps you entertained, if and when you have to wait. (Make a reservation)
    Parking meters out front, but not nearly enough for everyone.
    A good selection of wine.
    Extra points for service*. ( I think they're working out the kinks)
    *A special thanks to our patient waiter who was handcuffed by our friend's 7-year old then "photographed" for evidence.

    BYOB

    WOW PAMELA- THINGS MUST BE REALLY SLOW AROUND HERE. 3 WRITE UPS ON THIS BEAST. THEY MUST BE PAYING YOU WELL FOR THIS UNWANTED PUBLICITY!

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