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How does one ‘Chew ‘N View?’ You eat your made-from-scratch dinner prepared in Chef James Haurey’s signature real-deal farm-to-table style AND watch a movie at The Grange. This monthly dining event is known to SELL OUT as far as two months in advance…we strongly suggest that you purchase your tickets early!!!
$60pp + tax and gratuity | 845-986-1170
Above and Below the Surface: 4-Course Dinner
Chef James Haurey hosts speakers from Lowland Farm & Warwick Tomatoes to reveal the purpose of the relationship between chef & farmer & its necessity where consumers & their community are concerned.
Dinner guests will be connected with local food change-makers who use authentic storytelling to humanize the food system & inspire positive cultural, economic & social change through expanding the palate. 4-courses include hors d’oeuvres & a champagne toast, coffee & tea. Visiting farmers & food producers will share special nuances and be available for Q & A throughout all courses. Wine, beer and hard cider also available. Reservations Required.
Start the week off with an indulgent dining and entertainment experience at The Grange. The Monday Music Series presents a rotating list of acclaimed pianists who transform the dining room into a piano lounge for visiting diners.
The small club atmosphere and cozy ambiance make for an intimate experience. the well-rounded lineup of pianists add energy to Monday evening dinners. Performances are from 6:30-8:30pm every Monday, year-round. Headliners include:
- Richard Kimball
- Brad Scribner
- Joe Vincent Tranchina
- Jon Werking
- Jon Ballantyne
- Mitch Schechter
- Visit our Facebook Events page for the featured pianist of the week.
Reservations are highly recommended. Call during regular business hours: 845-986-1170
Due to popular demand, Big Night will hit the screen again during the March 19 Chew ‘N View! This month, eight-courses will build up to what some consider the true star of the film – Timpano! You won’t want to miss out again on Chef Haurey’s dedication to creating this culinary masterpiece!
BIG NIGHT, has proven to be a diners and critics favorite.
“As delicately and deliciously prepared as the dishes it features, Big Night is a lyric to the love of food, family and persuasive acting.”
~~~Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
“A feast of a film done on a low budget with a menu featuring top-grade acting, writing and direction.”
~~~Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
RottenTomatoes.com gives this cult classic, BIG NIGHT” a 96% rating. Cast includes: Stanley Tucci, Tony Shalhoub, Isabella Rossellini and Minnie Driver.
The multi-course family style dinner will be in Chef’s signature style featuring locally grown, raised and crafted produce, meats and dairy. A full-service selection of beer, wine and soft drinks will be available for purchase. A lineup of independent, art, B-rated, and cult classic films available from the public domain, are shown monthly on a projection screen suspended in front of our chalkboard menu. Upcoming movies will be announced on The Grange facebook page.
Seating for The Grange Chew ‘N View is limited, so tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are $50 per person + tax & gratuity. Chew ‘N View begins at 4:00pm on Sunday, March 19. Reservations taken during business hours Thursday – Monday: 845-986-1170.
February’s Chew ‘N View dinner and a movie delivers a full romantic experience for diners on Sunday, February 12 at 4:00pm. The secret presentation of one of Hollywood’s most notable films is dripping in romance. The four-course menu will be perfectly suited to the movie, setting the mood for food and film lovers, and hopeless romantics.
The 4-Course Prix Fixe Family-Style meal & movie will be in Chef’s signature style featuring locally grown, raised and crafted produce, meats and dairy. $50 per person, not including tax or 20% gratuity. An additional full-service selection of beer, wine and soft drinks will be available for purchase. Seating for The Grange Chew ‘N View is limited. Reservations taken during business hours Thursday – Monday: 845-986-1170.
A lineup of independent, art, B-rated, and cult classic films available from the public domain, are shown monthly on a projection screen suspended in front of our chalkboard menu. Upcoming movies will be announced on The Grange facebook page.
The Grange is opening it’s door for a special Valentine’s Day Wine Dinner on Tuesday, February 14 at 6:30pm. Reserve your seats for this special evening of the ‘Love Your Farmer-Love Your Food-Love Your Chef-Love Your Sweetheart’ Valentine’s Day dining event.
The Grange will make this Valentine’s Day an experience to treasure, serving six-courses of the most delicious and exquisitely innovative cuisine in the Hudson Valley. Each course is paired with a different wine. Diners will be entertained by Richard Kimball on piano.
Seating for The Grange Valentine’s Day Dinner is limited, so reserve your seats. $100 per person + tax & 20% gratuity. Valentine’s Day Wine Dinner begins at 6:30pm on Tuesday, February 14. Reservations taken during business hours Thursday – Monday: 845-986-1170.
Valentine’s Day Wine Dinner Menu
Long Island Oysters on the Half Shell with Caviar and Lowland Farm’s Steak Tartare
Herb Infused Heirloom Tomato Consomme served from a French Press over Poached Alaskan King Crab with Grilled Scallion and Toasted Panco
Seared Diver Scallops with Truffle Celery Root Puree, Roasted Cauliflower and Escarole
Dry Aged Hudson Valley Cattle Company Pan Roasted Sirloin Steak with Fingerling Mashed Potatoes, Roasted Turnips and Baby Spinach
Tonjes Dairy Farm Cheese Selection
Flourless Chocolate Cake complimented by Tahitian Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and House-made Fresh Whipped Cream
Local farm raised, grown and produced meats, produce and dairy from fare featured from farms including Lowland Farm Grass-Fed Beef, Hudson Valley Cattle Company, Tonjes Farm Dairy, Peg’s Eggs & Honey and The Kitchen Garden.
View the NEW Wine and Hard Cider Dinner Photo Gallery
Live original piano performances are a regular event on the Monday night entertainment menu at The Grange. Each week welcomes a highly regarded pianist performing their original piano music from 6:30pm – 8:30pm.
The weekly piano line-up includes:
- January 2: Richard Kimball
- January 9: Richard Kimball
- January 16: Jon Werking
- January 23: Jon Ballantyne
- January 30: Joe Vincent Tranchina
Visit and Like our Facebook page for additional event details.
Reservations are strongly suggested and must be made during regular business hours via phone: 845-986-1170. The Prix Fixe 4-Course dining option is available for dinner nightly…a creative way to taste a variety of the daily featured appetizers, entrees and desserts. We will also customize any current plates to satisfy your vegetarian appetite. Simply order the dish of your choice and hold the meat, fish or seafood. Ask your server about the Prix Fixe or ordering vegetarian.
Deemed the CHEW ‘N VIEW, the monthly family style dining and movie event at The Grange offers you true entree-tainment. The July featured film is
Plan 9 from Outer Space
directed by Ed D. Wood and starring everyone’s favorite campy actress, Vampira!
4-Course Prix Fixe Family Style Meal & Movie: Similar to this new adventure of entree-tainment, the event menu will be in the expected experimental and ambitious style that The Grange has come to be known. An additional full-service selection of beer, wine and soft drinks will be available for purchase.
A line up of blockbuster, independent, art, B rated, and even cult classic films available from the public domain, will be projected onto a projection screen suspended from the indoor brick wall of the dining room, on a monthly rotation.
Two seatings will be offered at 12:00pm and 4:00pm; taking seating reservations for the 4:00pm showing first. Upcoming movies will be announced on The Grange facebook page.
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED | please call during regular business hours, no voicemale available | 845-986-1170
$50/person, not including tax or gratuity.
As of Thursday, June 30th, our new lunch and dinner hours and menus will become more specialized in order to provide lunch diners the opportunity to branch out and experience the taste of of our seasonal creative entrees from the chalk board.
LUNCH: served from 12pm daily with the last seating at 4:30pm; with the exception of Sunday when the last seating will be at 3:30pm. The sandwich menu will be available during lunch only, and the chalk board entrees will now be available during this service as lunch portions.
DINNER: served daily beginning at 5pm, with the exception of Sunday when dinner begins at 4pm.
We look forward to giving all our guests the chance to taste the bounty of our region with the new entree option at lunch.
‘Rich Fibers’ is the latest art exhibit to grace the walls of The Grange Restaurant and Local Market in Warwick, NY through July 2016 with a special after-hours art opening scheduled for June 26 from 5:00-7:30pm . Artist Stephanie Joyce Roth presents her self-commissioned collection of sheep paintings inspired by a visit to the Catskill Merino Sheep Farm in Goshen, NY. This most recent work of Roth captures the essence of daily activity and interaction amongst a flock of sheep.
Décor and ambience at The Grange are not the only characteristics that suit the current art exhibit by Roth. The symbiotic relationship between the venue, the art subject, the farm and its purveyors and caretakers, and the artist weaves a story that portrays the benefits gained through mutual interaction of local farmers, the businesses that sell locally farmed products and the community support of both.
“During a spring visit to Catskill Merino Sheep Farm, I instantly felt the love and dedication that Shepherdess Dominique Herman holds for these magnificent creatures,” said Roth. A photograph taken at sunset of ewes on the pasture during lambing season was shown to Roth prior to her visit. She was overcome by the beauty of the birthing of the lambs and was immediately compelled to capture and share these images even before she visited the farm. “Dominique has a unique bond with the sheep and allowed me to interact with the herd and feel the connection that they share. I was immediately inspired to illustrate this undeniable tie that Dominique has with the sheep on canvas,” Roth explained. The ‘Rich Fibers’ series depicting everyday life of sheep on the farm was born.
An artist reception is scheduled for June 26, 2016 from 5:00pm-7:30pm at The Grange located at 1 Ryerson Road, Warwick NY. Artist Stephanie Roth, owner of The Grange Jim Haurey and shepherdess NY, specializing in acrylic media on canvas, wood and other found objects. Roth’s extensive body of work captures the unconscious essence of people, animals, places and objects through her eclectic use of color and texture and has been highlighted in several group and solo exhibitions throughout the Hudson Valley.
Roth co-owns ‘A Working Studio’ situated in the heart of the Warwick Village where a collection of her art can be viewed during studio hours and she is also on staff at The Grange. Roth holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from William Paterson University. Her life is her art and her family and being in nature with her two happy dogs and partner, Brittney Hiller who is the sous chef at The Grange.