X2O Xaviars on the Hudson

X2O Xaviars on the Hudson

This waterfront dining establishment occupies the only turn of the century Victorian pier still being used on the Hudson River. You can walk just a few minutes from the Amtrak stop in Yonkers to reach X2O Xaviars and take in the sweeping views of the Hudson River, George Washington, and Mario M. Cuomo Bridges, and sunsets over the Palisades.

The Menu at X2O Xaviars

The dinner menu features seafood like Grilled “Huge” Black Tiger Shrimp served with Asparagus Risotto or Miso Glazed Salmon with Orzo and Mushroom Ragout. Meat lovers can feast on the Aged & Grilled 40 oz. Cowboy Ribeye with Brown Sugar and Cayenne Creamed Spinach and Gratin Potatoes. There are also daily specials that can be found on their menu.

The Main Dining Salon of X2O Xaviars on the Hudson has a 25-foot vaulted ceiling and 3 walls of glass to give you all the best views the Yonker’s waterfront has to offer. This restaurant serves up dishes with classical French techniques with Italian and Spanish flair and a touch of Asian inspiration – a completely unique cuisine of the Hudson Valley. Owner Peter X. Kelley has set the standard for dining in New York State, operating some of the most critically acclaimed restaurants in the Hudson Valley. He strives to bring contemporary American cuisine combined with superb service to bring a luxurious experience to all those who dine in his restaurants. Born in Yonkers, Kelly worked in the local restaurant scene for years before he studied business in college. In 1983, he traveled to France to learn culinary skills from some of the best. At 23, he opened the first restaurant of the Xaviars Restaurant Group. Peter and his restaurants have received a number of accolades and he has even appeared on the Food Network.

Take Amtrak to X2O Xaviars on the Hudson

Visit this restaurant via Amtrak to Yonkers Station. The restaurant is a quick two-minute walk from the station, making this an easy and convenient option. Check out our blog to see what else you can do while visiting Yonkers.