Beardslee Castle is an 1860's stone building in Little Falls, New York – built to resemble an Irish castle. The castle operates as a unique restaurant and wedding/events venue.
From the Beardslee Castle website
“Beardslee Castle – inspired American Cuisine in a magnificent setting.
Built in 1860 as a replica of an Irish Castle, Beardslee Castle is at once both modern and ancient…with the finest in creative cuisine, memorable wedding receptions
banquets and special events.
As we celebrate our 26 year anniversary, Chef/Owner Randall Brown continues to serve the best tasting, creative fare in central New York. Our menu changes seasonally and features wood grilled meats & game, the freshest seafood & creative vegetarian dishes drawing from regional American, Island, Mediterranean, and Asian influences using the best seasonal & local ingredients. All in an unequaled setting in five intimate dining rooms with 3 foot thick limestone walls, and oak paneled ceilings and floors and a cozy main hall 6 foot wide wood burning fireplace”.
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123 Old State Rd, Little Falls, New York 13365, United States
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