Sunday Nights


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Ardsley Pour House

468 Ashford Ave, Ardsley
914.693.9707; www.ardsleypourhouse.com

A great spot for American comfort food, Ardsley Pour House is a cozy spot open until 4 a.m. daily. Sometimes, the best preparation for the week ahead is a cold brew and a dartboard, which you’ll find at Westchester’s version of Cheers.

 

Entertainment

Homefield Bowl

938 Saw Mill River Rd, Yonkers
914.969.5592; www.homefieldbowl.com 

Old-school is hip at this Yonkers standby — so hip, in fact, that producers and crew for the hit TV series Orange Is the New Black selected the bowling alley as the backdrop for an upcoming episode. Star-sighting aside, expect league regulars and late-night revelers looking to score. Open every night until 1 a.m.

 

Muse Paint Bar 

84 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains
914.506.5900; www.musepaintbar.com

Would you rather watch paint dry than Sunday Night Football? Consider Muse Paint Bar’s evening paint class as your NFL alternative. Most Sunday classes start at 5:30 p.m., but call to confirm and arrive 30 minutes early to order food. Then, tie on a smock and follow the instructor’s impeccable guidelines to create your masterpiece. Call ahead for availability, scheduling, and the painting of the evening. (They also offer a rotating “free drink” night!)

 

Grand Prix New York

333 N Bedford Rd, Mount Kisco
914.241.3131; www.gpny.com

For many, Sundays are sacred football nights, and Grand Prix invites fans to watch their favorite NFL teams during the regular season in-between taking a lap around the track. A self-pour draft-beer wall, HD projection screens, and $15 for unlimited wings makes this a man-cave in paradise. Open until 9 p.m. Sundays, 10 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, and midnight Fridays and Saturdays. 

 

 

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