Nestled on the waterfront in Irvington, New York, Red Hat on the River is an American modern bistro which has been serving satisfied diners since 2003. There’s hardly a seat in the house that does not offer a spectacular view of the beautiful Hudson river. Banquettes and a pewter bar accent the space while the walls of this 100-year old renovated factory building are adorned with WPA-era art evoking a feeling of a turn of the century Parisian bistro. Evolving from a humble bistro on main street to a bustling 120-seat restaurant on the river, Red Hat’s commitment to providing the very best experience for their guests has always remained the same.
“The food, the atmosphere, the decor could not have been more engaging. This restaurant is a honey.”
—M.H. Reed, New York Times
“Red Hat has the energy of a big-city brasserie, the sparkle of an enduring seaside spot and the feel of a party that no guest wants to leave.”
—Steve Reddicliffe, New York Times