The owner of Joe’s Quarry Inn has changed the name and moved the pub down the street to bigger—and fancier—digs. The menu of American classics remains: house-made meatloaf, a 16 oz strip steak, broiled or pan-seared salmon, traditional burgers with a variety of toppings, as well as a Thanksgiving dinner served year-round. Don’t miss the chicken giambotta (boneless chicken breast with sausage and potatoes with hot and sweet cherry peppers). Hours: 11 am to 12 am every day.
From the tiny 800-square-foot Marbledale Road location to the brand-new 1,600-square-foot Main Street hot spot, Joe’s Quarry Inn has transformed into The Quarry Restaurant Bar and Lounge. With high ceilings, high-top tables, and a unique V-shaped red mahogany bar, The Quarry has upgraded very nicely. “My whole family and firefighter friends helped me gut the place,” says owner and Greenburgh firefighter Dominic Cesarini. “We all put it together ourselves, and I am very pleased with how it turned out.” So are we.