Worlds End Bar
Located adjacent to our Valley restaurant, and now open year round, World's End Bar shares the same stunning views of the Hudson River and surrounding Highlands. World's End bar earned its unique name from a bit of historical folklore. Ever since Henry Hudson sailed this river in 1609, the Hudson Highlands has been known for its fierce currents and treacherous winds, and certain parts of the river earned nicknames from the sailors. On the stretch of river directly below The World’s End bar lies the deepest spot in the Hudson's 315-mile course from the Adirondacks to the sea and , an especially dangerous curve where many early sloops and sailing vessels were lost in sudden squalls and conflicting currents. West Point also juts out into this bend in the Hudson, which respectful mariners named the "World's End."
World's End Bar features signature cocktails, great beers and a Lounge Menu of small plate fare. Order a burger and watch a game on TV, or catch up with friends over a drink. Prefer to be served a full dinner in the bar? Ask to see the Valley menu on Friday through Sunday nights.
World's End Bar is open: Saturday & Sunday 11:30am - 2:30pm; Thursday - Sunday 5:00pm to 9:00pm (8:00pm Sunday)
The Lounge menu is served from 5:00pm to 9:00pm, and the Valley menu is available from 5:00pm Friday - Sunday.