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Chappaqua Train Station
Chappaqua Train Station
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1 Station Plaza
Chappaqua, NY  10514
Phone: 914 861-8001

Neighborhood: Chappaqua


Chappaqua Train Station was originally opened by the New York Central Railroad in 1902 and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979. The historic building is a one-story fieldstone structure with a tiled hipped roof pierced at either end by two stone chimneys. On its west side, opposite the statue and war memorial, is a gabled porte-cochère supported by square bracketed wooden pillars atop a stone wall. The inside of our café is decorated entirely in oak wood, from the flooring to the vertical siding to the exposed ceiling rafters. There is a simple molding at the floor, and a more decorative one at the chair rail level and then running around the waiting room at the top of the entryways, all of which are flanked by smooth square pilasters. Above that level is a paneled entablature (with ten-pane horizontal casement windows above the ticket office), with another molded cornice at the ceiling. In October of 2015, we re-opened this historic structure as a Farm To Town restaurant. The old ticketing booth has been transformed into a bar. Adding to the décor is a collection of black and white photographs of local farmers we work with from local photographer Franceso Mastalia. This location is the perfect setting for a vintage / speakeasy style shoot as well as a modern day European bistro. Chappaqua, NY has a quaint, small town feel and is the home of Bill and Hillary Clinton. The Metro North Train tracks are directly behind the cafe.