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About Saint George
Saint George is a casual French Bistro located at the historic 155 Southside in Hastings on Hudson. Traditional bistro fare is complimented by a wholly french wine cellar, full raw bar, house made charcuterie, Absinthe Fountain, and the preserved 19th century bar.
Weekend Brunch is a local favorite.
Saint George is committed to using local, seasonal, and sustainable products whenever possible.
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706
French, French American
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday through Thursday 5PM - 10PM
Friday and Saturday 5PM - 11PM
Sunday 5PM - 9PM
Saturday & Sunday Brunch 11AM - 3PM
Closed on Monday
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Off-site catering is available.
For street parking we suggest checking for metered spots on Southside Avenue and the adjacent Maple Avenue. The meters are active from 8am to 6pm.
Just south of Saint George on Southside Avenue there is a large municipal lot. This lot is right across from the Metro North Station, which also has some metered parking.
Maple Avenue meters require one quarter for 3 hours, making it the perfect spot for lunch and brunch parking.
The Hastings-on-Hudson Metro North Station is just a few quick steps down Southside Avenue from Saint George"s door.
Private Party Facilities:
Whether celebrating a special occasion with family and friends or hosting a corporate event, Saint George can accommodate all your special event needs.
Private Party Contact:
Michelle Adams: (914) 478-1671
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The private second floor Wine Attic is an ideal venue for a special event up to 28 guests. Space for a group up to 50 guests is available in the Main Dining Room.
Please contact Michelle Adams at WineAttic@gmail.com to start planning your private event at Saint George.
Saint George Ratings and Reviews
Our party of 4 really enjoyed our dinner here. We were seated upstairs & while a large Larry was also there it was better than the table near the door. It was a bit loud but they were not all there the entire time we were. My husband & I started with the onion soup which is delicious. My main dish was the trout which was cooked to perfection. My husband had the Boef bourgeoine & he loved it. Would highly recommend this neighborhood grm
We had heard of St. George for some time but had never dined there as French cuisine is generally something we would not seek out. But it was the missus' birthday and OT described the restaurant as 'cozy', which is what we were looking for. We were not disappointed as the ambiance was as advertised and food excellent. Starters were charcuterie (jambon) and 'little gems' salad (a buttery type of lettuce). For mains, she had the boeuf bourguignon (fabulous!) and I the steak frites (a wee bit tough). For dessert, the birthday girl partook of the mousse au chocolate, which was smooth and creamy as one would have expected. On the other hand, I tried something I never had the a opportunity to check out La Fee Verte: Absinthe! The bar at St George has a absinthe fountain and does the full la louche ritual with the slotted spoon, the sugar cube and dripping ice water. The show was worth the price of admission; a very pleasant evening all around.
I wouldn't recommend this restaurant. it's ordinary, in fact verging on tired. It felt like a factory was operating in the kitchen churning out mediocre versions of classic dishes that were plated oddly, tasted strange, and less than satisfactory.
Who serves French Onion Soup with so litle melted cheese that I had to hunt for it? And what was the base of the onion soup? Clearly not beef, clearly not onion. Seriously $14 for this mess?
I can tell that the wait staff (not the bus staff which were efficient and friendlier than the wait staff) were doing a job- perfunctory at best.
My wife makes better coq au vin at home The profiteroles (@ $10 no less) a cut above Trader Joe's Frozen ones....just a cut above.
The combinations were odd: cauliflower with brussel spouts and duck breast? Given that I don't eat Brussle sprouts and asked to have them left off, what might have been subsituted? Well, nothing was. Someone wasn't thinking or didn't care in the chain of waiter-chef-plater-owner....
The noise level was not comfortable for us. But that is a function of the ambiance, and only minimally affected this less than stellar review.It was what it was. If the food and service were above average, then the ambiance would have a neutral rating. So, a non-starter.
Mostly it felt old, tired,and very very commerical, like a perfunctory restaurant business rather than what one might expect in a decent French restaurant: spot on cooking, respecting and respectable service,i.e. professionalism. Still a business, but one that knows what it is doing and doing it right. Not even close.
This place will not see us again, not under these owners. It's not a good value, not worth the money nor the drive. So no, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
I totally liked this restaurant. There were four of us for brunch and we all had the same thing, so I can't speak too expansively about the food. That said, everything was delicious: a superb butternut squash/apple soup, a perfectly prepared omelet accompanied by tasty salad and a lovely potato dish (like a Jewish kugel, actually). Service was warm and efficient. And the restaurant has an attractive antique look. I live in New York City but hope to come back.
We were an hour late because of a flat tire but staff was very accommodating. Everything was delicious and filling. There is no pretentious air you may be wary of when it comes to some french/french themed restaurants. We will be visiting again. I did wish we were not seated in front of the stairs but we were over an hour late so we'll take it...
St. George has been a favorite for a few years now and keeps getting better. Dragged my friends from Brooklyn to this spot on Saturday after raving to them for quite some time and they were super impressed as well. Great wine selection and I highly recommend the steak frites with the lobster béarnaise. My husband ordered the pork blade steak and I'm not a big fan of sauerkraut, but had a taste and was super impressed. I can't wait to spend yet another Valentine's Day at my favorite restaurant in Westchester.
All the feel of a French restaurant and excellent food. It is like you are walking into a restaurant in Paris. We went for the Sunday Family Night Dinner offering a meal for the whole table (everyone has to agree). We started with the patés and chose the boeuf bourguignon, roasted carrots, and house potatoes. For desert, we tried the crème brulée, the tarte citron and the special apple galete. Everything was delicious.
We want to like this place - been here 3 times- but the service and food are spotty. Last time we went, we asked fish to be cooked through, but it wasn't. The preparation didn't really suit the type of fish either. A few months prior to that, cassoulet came out ice- cold in the middle (prepared ahead of time, refrigerated but not thoroughly reheated). For an expensive restaurant, that is really NOT acceptable at all. I don't think it's worth the trip.
My hand to God this is authentic French food. I know because my mother was French and cooked from scratch every day. we had the foie gras: light, delicious and I had the coq au vin, delicately prepared. And the service was warm and attentive. Merci beaucoup. Not overly expensive and worth every penny. OH! and the chocolate mousse! You will see me again.
I have been going to here for a while now, but i think the quality of the food has gone down. My steak frites was gummy and chewy and they sliced it up. Steak frites should never be served that way ad the fries were underwhelming. My favorite item is the chicken liver mousse and that was still very good.
This is the second time we've eaten here, the first being a few years ago shortly after it opened. While the food was good, the service then was amateurish at best. Fast forward 2 years and the service still does not match the food & again is amateurish at best. I don't think we'll be returning any time soon.
We met the owner/chef at Meritage in Scarsdale and liked him and Meritage where we have been several times. He went to the C.I.A. which impressed us and had great stories. so, we decided to try another of his restaurants. We were not disappointed. Yes, we will return.
Very nice French bistro food. The menu was unsurprising but the specials showed some more creativity. Everyone's meals were very good if a bit overpriced for the atmosphere (bar like) and service (bit inattentive). I would recommend and go back again.
This is a beautiful space. The service was excellent. The Delivery and presentation of the food was superb. The drinks were great. The taste of the food, however, was not consistent with virtually everything else. The duck confit was too salty. The pork schnizel was too dry. The coq au vin seemed to have an old taste. Frankly it was a little dissappointing. We did enjoy the desserts however. We will go back because we really liked the space. I am hoping, however, that the food will be better next time.
we loved this restaurant under the previous owners. All four of us were disappointed in our food. Clams--OK. Foie gras--sliced from a tin, cold, heavily salted, why? Onion soup--odd tasting broth, heavily salted. Salad--OK. Duck--strange sauce. Terrine--no good. Trout--OK. Steak frites with bearnaise--sauce not good at all, meat OK, frites disappointing. Drinks--lots of ice, practically no liquor.
We had dined at Buffet de la Gare many times and were interested to try St. George. We found the prix fixe menu to be fairly priced and the choices good. We enjoyed the escargots, trout and hangar steak. However, although I had written at the time of the reservation that we were celebrating a birthday (my husband's) there was no acknowledgement of this, as is often done at other restaurants.
I was very curious about the restaurant, but when we arrived, even though we had our reservation, we were told just walk in a pick a table. There were nobody at the bar, the two main dishes offered were out. The duck and the steak for two. Good selection of wines, service was good as the waitres+Host was paying attention to our table. The rainbow trout was very good, my steak was cook at the right temperature and was tasty. Not sure that I would return for a French meal. But never know. They carry good selection of oysters.
We enjoy coming over to St George , it's cozy, and we live French bistros. But we wish they would do what a lot of Westchester restaurants fail to and that is: Change the menu! Plus you have some classic French dishes. I wanted steak frites but I'm not eating flat iron or a rib eye. How about a classic sirloin? Add a Filet mignon or a cassoulet ? Salads ? Goat cheese? Lardons?
The meal was fine.
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