How to turn a huge disappointment into a great WIN! We left the house expecting to dine at a different restaurant. When we arrived we found the place locked up tight with no indication as to why. What to do? We saw folks walking into The Erie and decided to give it a try. What a great surprise! Our waitress Amanda was just about the best, sweetest and cheeriest. The food was amazing. The included salad was perfect with great Blue Cheese dressing, the bread was scrumptious and the two entrees were tasty and plentiful.
After visiting Grey Towers of course the next move was dinner. I had visited somewhere else last year for a bite but they were closed, no matter, this was another great choice. We were warmly greeted when we walked in and seated promptly. We loved our server, she was wonderful the entire time. Tasty espresso martini... I asked if they made the jalapeño poppers in house, but it was a no, I got them anyway lol. Still good, nicely fried. I also got boneless wings with medium sauce, with white parmesean garlic on the side. Could have used more sauce on them, I'm a sauce freak! The parm garlic was great, the niece agrees, she tried on her fries. She also liked her burger. He got the chopped steak, potatoes, and salad. All very good! (I borrowed some of each...) But all that aside, WHOA. THE BREAD BASKET. We absolutely flipped over it! Soft, spreadable butter, with not one, or two, but THREE different delicious breads! Pumpkin bread, rolls sprinkled with poppyseed, and a cinnamon roll type sweet bread also! I'd DEFINITELY go here again! Would love to sit outside next time!
I visited on Easter Sunday. They were very busy, as to be expected. Service was great. So was the food. I couldn't be happier that I chose to come here with my Grandmother for Easter. We'll be back, for sure. Thanks !
I spent the night in room 2. The room was small, as you could expect from a hotel this old. But the room was in good condition there was hot water the bed was comfortable, and it was very quiet all night. I ate dinner in the restaurant which was very good -- plenty of food, and a good beer selection.
We stayed in the hotel and had a very enjoyable time. Be aware that it's *very* basic. Don't stay here if you're expecting the Econolodge. As others have mentioned, there is no way to beat the location, but you're making a trade off, and it's inexpensive. There is free parking on the street, or a municipal lot across the street. We parked on the street and it was fine. The only complaint that I would make is that the room could have used a second chair and maybe a desk. We ended up buying a TV tray table at the Walmart across the river. We were in the bar several nights and found the other customers very friendly and the staff polite, friendly, and open. We only ate there once, but the food was wonderful.
The staff is nice. The food good, but small portions. Not that I need a 6 inch thick sandwich, but I had a pastrami reuben and there was about 3 slices of meat on it. Not going back.
My sister was visiting and we went Saturday night. I was a little suspicious of all the steaks on the menu but the waitress assured us they weren't "tourist steaks" ?. I ordered the special and my sister ordered the NY Strip. She wasn't lying, they were delicious, and the portions were very generous, with a nice vegetable and a perfect baked potato. I am already planning my next visit. Great to have this spot right in the center of town!
Great place to get together with friends. We dined in. I had a burger it was delish. Spent under $20. The waitress was very knowledgeable on menu items. Atmosphere was appealing. I just had to take this pic. It was cool. But watch that wee step at the front door. Be sure to look down when stepping in an out.
Dive into a new experience with american food and allow The Erie Hotel & Restaurant to bring you something exquisite. We have options for every member of the family to explore! We are located in Port Jervis, feel free to explore our restaurant menu!
Erie Trackside Manor - american (0.02 mi)
Front Street Café - indian, american (0.05 mi)
Fox N Hare Brewing Co. - american (0.05 mi)
Fogwood + Fig - american (0.09 mi)
Gios Bakery - italian (0.18 mi)