Alternate Route: Turn on to Revere (off 118), at the top of hill turn right on to McKeel, make a left at the stop sign
on to Croton Heights Road.
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~ Venison-Boar Chili ~
~ Kobe Beef Burger ~
~ Steamed Mussels with Spicy Tomato Broth ~
~ Onion Soup Gratinée ~
This is raw and natural from
the Croton Heights section of Yorktown.
A teaspoon a day keeps the allergist away.
Ask for it when you come to dine.
NY Times article July 29, 2011.
Pratt's Inn is a very special place to which you will want to
return over and over again. With gracious service, cozy fireplace
dining during chilly winter nights,
and porch dining available during warm summer months overlooking
the lawn and garden and 200 year old pine forest. Enjoy
the Inn's informal dining rooms set with white tablecloths,
fresh flowers, and candlelight. A warm and inviting
place to spend an evening, host a very special party in the
Inn's private rooms, or rely on the Inn's catering services.
NEW! New York Times, September 2007
Steeped in the Past, Looking to the Future
By M. H. Reed Click to read the review
Westchester Magazine, June 2006
Good Things Come to Those Who Wait
By Marge Perry and David Bonom Click to read the review
Monday, October 25, 2004
"Smooth Operator: Converter kit allows restaurateur to
run his diesel truck on his ready supply used vegetable oil" Read
Stellar from Their Cellars," from The Journal News,
Wine & Food, Wine in Restaurant, October 2004
Read the article...
Pratt's Inn and ümami café, from the Westchester County
Times, September 2004 Read
2009: "Tucked away in the woods", this Yorktown "charmer" still pleases "after all these years" thanks to an "inspired" New American menu making use of "local ingredients" (plus "wild game") and boasting "seasonal specials" that "would be a shame to miss"; its "rustic" setting offers "romantic hearthside dining", so while it's not cheap, if you have the dough, "you're in for a treat."
A visit to the Inn's past...
Images from the Battle of Pine's Bridge, June 11, 2006
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