On Saturday September 26th Main Street & Cedar Street will be closed as Dobbs Ferry hosts it’s 14th annual Ferry Festa. This is one of the largest street festivals in the area, and has attracted up to 15,000 people in previous years.
Come check us out – we’ll be serving up street food “Harper’s style” along with cold beer, sangria, and some other fun things to grab and go. The restaurant will be open as well, serving a dinner menu all day.
Join us on
Monday September 21st as we explore and enjoy the wines of Hanzell Vineyards, paired with a menu designed by Chef Chris Vergara.
Hanzell is literally a hidden gem in the town of Sonoma. The winery is tucked away in the steep hills of the Mayacamas Mountain range of Sonoma. One would think, being they’ve been making wine since 1957, that everyone in the wine world would know about Hanzell, but that just is not the case. They are greatly respected in the industry and hardly known to the average wine consumer. Hanzell has been making wine for over fifty years, and their accumulated knowledge of vinticulture and winemaking really shows through in not only their wines, but also in their general approach to life and all things wine.
We are rescheduling this event due to the winemaker’s availability. Please stay tuned for an update.
Harper’s & Yonkers Brewing Co. are proud to bring you the First Annual
“Westchester Farmhouse Ale Competition”
Sunday, October 11, 2015
A perfect opportunity to take your hobby to the next level!
The Grand Prize Winner will have their beer brewed by Westchester’s own Yonkers Brewing Co., and distributed locally.
Additional prizes awarded for people’s choice, brewer’s choice, & Harper’s choice.
Registration deadline is August 15th. There is absolutely no fee to enter. You are required to provide at least 4 gallons of your beer on the day of the event, and the beer MUST be a Farmhouse Ale. Samples must be submitted 7 days prior to the event for panel judging. $50 deposit required for those needing a jockey box. All ice will be provided by Harper’s.
Join us at Harper’s on Tuesday, June 23rd for an epic collaboration with our friends from Pour in Mt. Kisco as we sample all six of the whiskies produced by the Old Rip Van Winkle Distillery, better known as “Pappy” – proclaimed by the Wall Street Journal as “The Bourbon So Popular Even Billionaires Can’t Find It.” Chef Chris Vergara is preparing a special six course menu to pair with these extremely rare whiskies.
A perfect father’s day gift for the whiskey-loving father in your life! We are limiting the seats to 12 people, so be sure to reserve now!
Harper’s – 92 Main Street Dobbs Ferry NY 10522 – (914) 693-2306
Tuesday June 23rd 2015
$500 – includes tax & gratuity
Save the Date!
Tuesday June 9, 2015 7:00 pm
Wine Dinner with Frontón de Oro “Wines of the Canary Islands”
More details to follow..
Bonny Doon, “A Proper Claret,” Santa Cruz, California, 2013
If you’re anything like we are, you had probably envisioned a quiet, snow-bound evening, with candle-light and wine. Thankfully, we can still enjoy such an evening, though without the cabin fever. The label of biodynamic producer Randall Grahm’s “A Proper Claret” seems to have anticipated evenings such as this, and the wine it describes is warming as a fire-bright hearth. A blend featuring Cabernet Sauvignon (among other traditional Bordeaux varietals), this wine certainly winks at its namesake, though is not quite as lean and stately as its French counterpart. Of course, you’ll still find traditional dark berried notes, along with cedar and spice. But this is California, and this is Randall Grahm. As a result, this wine brings with it a bit more levity, freshness, and bright fruit. Harper’s is open tonight! The claret is here waiting.
Wine of the Week
Domaine de Fontsainte, Corbières, Réserve la Demoiselle, France, 2012
Okay, so winter has made its point already. We get it. Which is why, at Harper’s, we’ve exchanged a mind of winter for one of southern France. Specifically, we’ve taken to the Domaine de Fontsainte Corbières Réserve la Demoiselle. Sustainably made, this hearty blend of old vine Carignan (101 year old vines, in fact!), Grenache, and Mourvèdre, transports you back to the land of sun-baked herbs in which it’s made. With notes of dark fruit, coffee, cocoa, and garrigue, it’s a terrific pairing with both of our duck dishes, as well as the lamb.
Wine of the Week
Domaine Grand, Trousseau, Côtes du Jura, France, 2013
It is needless to say that Burgundy produces some of the world’s most distinctive and alluring wines. But tip-toe just east, close to the Swiss border, and you’ll discover the Jura—a region of France that produces wines with their own inimitable character. Domain Grand’s Trousseau is just such an example. An elegant red with refreshing levity, it has a gem-like quality when caught in light. Its heady, floral aromatics are followed by notes of cranberry and rosehips on the palette. A terrific value for Jura.