SIXTY5 ON MAIN RESTAURANT OPENED IN NYACK, NY

Sixty5 on Main is a new trendy restaurant, bar and music venue located just steps away from the Hudson River in scenic Nyack, New York.Sixty5 on Main specializes in Mediterranean cuisine with an Israeli spin, created by their talented executive chef Moshe Grundman. Moshe uses mostly fresh ingredients sourced from the local bounty of the Hudson Valley markets.

This Thanksgiving, Sixty5 on Main will be opening up their doors to their first Thanksgiving Dinner from 2:00PM to 8:00PM. The price per adult is $36 and the menu will consist of several fixed selections to choose from.

Full Story: http://hiclassmag.com/sixty5-main-restaurant-opened-nyack-ny/


Best Restaurants to Dine for Your Thanksgiving Meal

If you will be in lower upstate New York on Turkey Day, stop by Sixty5 on Main. According to a restaurant representative, Sixty5 on Main will offer a prix-fixe menu with customer favorite dishes, as well as some specials.

The prix-fixe menu is $36 per adult and includes an appetizer, main dish and a dessert. Executive chef Moshe Grundman grew up in Israel, and adds his own unique blend of Mediterranean, American and international flavors.

Full Story: https://www.gobankingrates.com/personal-finance/best-restaurants-dine-thanksgiving-meal/


Nibbles News and notes from the Valley’s dining scene

Patrons storm the doors of trendy newcomer Sixty5 on Main for small plates like short ribs fritters, octopus carpaccio, and lamb skewers. Tables get snapped up quickly on weekends when live music is part of the mix. Play it safe and reserve in advance. (65 Main St, Nyack; 845.358.5200;www.sixty5onmain.com)

Full Story: http://www.hvmag.com/Hudson-Valley-Magazine/November-2016/Nibbles/


Rising Star Chef At Sixty 5 Main In Nyack, NY

Nyack is a 17th century town that has long been one of the loveliest on the banks of the majestic Hudson River, about 25 miles north of Manhattan on the western end of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Once a shipbuilding center, the town has gone through its boom and bust years, but it has always held an artistic cachet, not least as the home of painter Edward Hopper.

Full Story: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-mariani/rising-star-chef-at-sixty_b_12688362.html


Rebecca Solomon from News12 Westchester Visits Chef Moshe Grundman & Sixty5 on Main

A new restaurant has people flocking from Manhattan to Main Street in Nyack.

Sixty 5 on Main is run by chef Moshe Grundman, who says he is fulfilling a dream to create something inspired by Mediterranean foods combined with a Nyack farm-to-table approach.

The restaurant also has a chemistry lab of cocktails featuring festive and seasonal flavors.

VIDEO and Full Story: http://westchester.news12.com/news/diners-flock-to-sixty-5-on-main-in-nyack-1.12516588


Where to eat before Nyack, Tarrytown Halloween parades

Small plates made for sharing include steamed buns, fish tacos and short rib fritters. A standout are the veal meatballs, served on soft spaghetti cakes under an artful pile of lightly fried angel hair pasta. A cultivated wine list matches those sophisticated small plates.  65 Main Street, 845-358-5200, sixty5onmain.com

http://www.lohud.com/story/life/food/restaurants/2016/10/26/where-eat-nyack-tarrytown-halloween-parades/92681454/


Nyack Weekender: Halloween

It’s time to get your BOO on. Friday freak out at Frankenstein LIVE; Saturday it’s Nyack’s annual HUUUUGE Halloween Parade, Costume Caberet and Monster Mash and a Field of Screamz, too. This weekly list of treats sans tricks is brought to you by The Arts Council of Rockland


New York Corner: By John Mariani

Nyack is a 17th century town that has long been one of the loveliest on the banks of the majestic Hudson River, about 25 miles north of Manhattan on the western end of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Once a shipbuilding center, the town has gone through its boom and bust years, but it has always held an artistic cachet, not least as the home of painter Edward Hopper. 

http://www.johnmariani.com/current-issue/index.html


6 New Restaurants to Check this Fall

Chef Moshe Grundman (Formerly Oceana) calls on his ISraeli roots to prepare a menu of eye-catching dishes inside the eclectic space that seats 300. Sample house-made falafel and fresh pasta made to order and note the the unique details in the food (from the visually stunning octopus carpaccio to the perfectly crafted French macaroons) and the deco (from the antique wooden tables to the eclectic flatware and plating.) 

https://www.valleytable.com/vt-article/6-new-restaurants-check-fall


Israeli - American Chef Brings Middle Eastern Flair to Nyack, NY

Hot days coupled with the random magical breezes that blow through Jerusalem… a young chef-in-training named Moshe walks along the small shops in Machane Yehuda with his dad. Gathering ingredients for their favorite tradition, spending all day Friday cooking with each other, Moshe and his dad bond while experiencing the flavors of an eternal city. Shop to shop, flavor to flavor, all of these memories vastly contributed to, and continue to affect Moshe’s creative palate.

http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/israeli-american-chef-brings-middle-eastern-flair-to-nyack-new-york/


Sixty5 on Main Restaurant in Nyack, NY

Start the car, we know a whoopee spot

Where the drinks are cold, and the dining’s hot

The dining room is huge, and it’s real close

Bum-bum

And all that Jazz!

Move over, Chicago. Our pick for the jazziest new dining joint—literally—in Nyack’s red-hot dining scene is Sixty 5 On Main. Featuring well-known and local Jazz bands and a menu full of internationally inspired dishes, this place definitely won’t leave you singing the blues.

http://bergenmama.com/article/sixty5-on-main-restaurant-in-nyack-ny


Daily Voice - Small Plates, Big Space Define Grand Opening At Nyack's Sixty5 On Main

Sixty5 On Main opened to friends and family back in July but held its grand opening on Aug. 18. The restaurant is formerly home to Baumgart's but after a complete renovation the space is hardly recognizable. The vast eatery is over 10,000 square feet, large enough to accommodate private parties and more than 100 dinner guests in the main room, where there is a stage for live music. Most recently the restaurant hosted jazz musician Wayne Batchelor and has live jazz and blues on the docket for weekends. There are also two party rooms, the Library and the Cave, which hold 60 and 40 people respectively.

http://orangetown.dailyvoice.com/lifestyle/small-plates-big-space-define-grand-opening-at-nyacks-sixty5-on-main/678063/

 


Boozy Burbs - Opening Alert: Sixty5 on Main, Nyack, NY

Sixty5 on Main, a new restaurant and bar featuring Chef Moshe Grundman (Michelin-star winning restaurant Oceana), has opened in Nyack. The three-roomed restaurant was designed with an international feel, with live music regularly planned for the space, looking to transport patrons to New Orleans with jazz and blues.

http://www.boozyburbs.com/2016/08/22/opening-alert-sixty5-main-nyack-ny/


LOHUD - Sixty5 on Main: Now open, new photos

Sixty5 on Main, the ambitious new restaurant from the owners of Brickhouse, is now open. It's part music-venue, part restaurant, and all unlike anything in Nyack.

http://www.lohud.com/story/life/food/restaurants/2016/08/17/sixty5-main-now-open-new-photos/88569998/


Hudson Valley Go - Sixty5 on Main – A Fresh and Elegant New Venue in Nyack

Sixty5 on Main in Nyack hosted its Grand Opening event this evening. It’s a chic new restaurant nestled on the East end of the vibrant Main Street scene in Nyack. The inside of this venue draws you in with its moody, eclectic theme— a mix of classic design with subtle nods to the exotic and hints of pop culture detail.

https://www.hudsonvalleygo.com/sixty5-main-fresh-elegant-new-venue-nyack/


Hudson Valley - Best Brunches - Globally Inspired

Sixty5 on Main is a beautiful new restaurant just steps from the Hudson River in Nyack. Chef Moshe Grundman brings Mediterranean flair to his dishes and sources his ingredients from local markets. The à la carte Sunday Brunch menu includes a mix of traditional brunch dishes such as pancakes, eggs, French toast, and sliders, but what we really enjoy are the dishes inspired by Chef Grundman’s home.

http://www.hvmag.com/Hudson-Valley-Magazine/February-2017/Best-Brunches/Globally-Inspired/