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Irvington is located on the Hudson River. Of all the rivertowns, Irvington has long been considered the most upscale.The town is an interesting mix of charming 19th century architecture and modern warehouse-style buildings down by the water. The downtown waterfront houses trendy restaurants, stores, and studios located next to an amazing park on the water with views of Manhattan. Irvington is a hamlet within the of Greenburgh, which also encompasses Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings-on-Hudson, Hartsdale, and Tarrytown.


The town of Irvington is compact. Walking from Main Street to the water is short and scenic. You’ll pass the town library and Town Hall Theatre, and at the bottom of the hill, almost to the water, is the Metro North train station. Despite it’s up-and-coming reputation, it has retained much of the small-town charm that has made it one of the most sought-after rivertowns. Two train stations, Irvington and Ardsley-on-Hudson, keep everyone in town connected to the big city.


Rivertowns Westchester County NY


The Rivertowns have always attracted New Yorkers looking to escape the busy city and its ever-increasing cost of living. The New York Times even published an article called “Creating Hipsturbia”, referring to the cool factor that has descended upon this part of the burbs. The overall feel of Irvington is low-key and laid-back, a quaint village where residents will while the morning away at its popular farmers market on Saturdays, and linger around Main Street.

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For the Kids

The Irvington Library has some of the best kids programming in the county, from storytimes to music programs to touch-a-truck. Kids have their pick of playgrounds, from waterfront Matthessien Park to Scenic Hudson Park with amazing views of the Manhattan skyline. Memorial Park on Station Road has the a playground, a small spray pool, and ball fields. Recahrge with a snack from the Red Barn Bakery or BRRZAAR, the frozen yogurt shop right next to the train.


This town is a great place to strap on your walking shoes and get outside. Head to Scenic River Park for a walking path set on the Hudson River looking out onto the city from afar. Or take to a woodland trail on the Old Croton Aqueduct nearby. There is even the Irvington Boat and Beach Club, open to the public, is a great place to enjoy the river by boat.

Food & Drink

Irvington NY & Surrounding Area

Top 10 Restaurants

  • GoSu

  • 95 Reviews

  • Phone: +19144795898

  • $$  Japanese

  • Sambal

  • 192 Reviews

  • Phone: +19144782700

  • $$  Thai

  • Brrzaar

  • 50 Reviews

  • Phone: +19142748118

  • $$  Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

  • Kiku Sushi

  • 49 Reviews

  • Phone: +19144791688

  • $$  Japanese


There’s plenty of retail therapy to be had in Irvington. The Eileen Fisher offices are located in town, which means there is a Eileen Fisher RENEW store that sells gently used Eileen Fisher clothing at a discount, and an Eileen Fisher LAB store, where you can buy samples and other one-of-a-kind pieces. Glitters Jewelry offers extraordinary gems. My Sherry & More is your go-to for wines and spirits.


Irvington Town Hall Theatre offers live theater, music, film, and more. Upcoming Theatre programs for all ages include Annie, The Wizard of Oz, Cats, and Les Miserables. 12 Irvington artists were featured on the annual RiverArts Studio Tour, a free event where partons tour the studios of local working artists.




Irvington is named after American write Washington Irving, the “Founding Father of Literature” who created such storytelling greats as the Headless Horseman and Rip Van Winkle. The town was named in 1854 by popular vote of the almost 600 residents. With the opening of two Metro North stations in town borders, Irvington in the late 1800s became a summer getaway for wealthy Manhattanites, who built estates on land that was previously farmland.


Washington Irving’s home, a cottage-like estate called Sunnyside, is located near the Hudson River in Irvington. The home’s architecture is a mix of Dutch Colonial Revival, Scottish Gothic, and Tudor Revival. Visitors can hear the story of Irving’s life and career. The home is open for tours from May to November.