Project Description

After completing Rafael Palomino’s new restaurant in Larchmont, we were introduced to the new owner of what was to become Iron Horse in Pleasantville, New York.

The original train station moved to its present location decades ago was in need of renovation and an updating of all systems and surfaces.  The architectural goal was to open the space and let the natural light in from original widows on all three sides of the main dining room to welcome all hungry patrons.  On the gastronomic side diners would be treated to a changing menu inspired by American cuisine from all around the country as if traveling by train to include Charleston, Chicago, New Orleans and beyond.

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