Nyack Nov 1 — On Wed night a 6p-5a curfew was instituted to discourage Trick Or Treating as most Nyack streets were dark and without power after the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy. And because of limited police resources, Nyack will be “dry” until further notice. The Village Board banned the sale of alcoholic beverages in Nyack, saying they needed officers to patrol the village instead of policing late night activity at bars and restaurants until all power was restored.
by W.N. Ross The author’s comments are in response to Descartes On Nyack posted on 9/22/2009. I want to address three issues, but first this: So sorry you have to endure drunken laggards, on your way through Nyack. There is a bit of a college crowd here, and this happens[…]
The long wait for Nyack’s newest restaurant is over. Main Essentials, located on Main Street between Midland Ave. and the Wachovia bank, opened a couple weeks ago. It is Enrique Almonte’s second restaurant, who grew up in Haverstraw and started a vegan, Caribbean restaurant there. The food is tasty, affordable[…]
New food choices have come, and are coming to Nyackers. On December 1, Pamela Schulz opened True Food’s second store (the first in Chestnut Ridge) at 60 S. Broadway on the corner of Hudson Ave. True Food shares the space with a clothing consignment store, so you can grab a[…]
Fiesta Sunrise, the Mexican restaurant across from the Palisades Mall on Rt 303 recently seized for not paying back taxes, opens tonight for one last time on Reality TV. “On the second of two episodes of Kitchen Nightmares, Chef Gordon Ramsay pays a visit to Fiesta Sunrise in West Nyack,[…]