Beer fans rejoice: Manhattan’s popular Heartland Brewery is coming to Port Chester. Royal Properties, Inc. has just closed a deal to provide space at the Port Chester Train Station. It will be called Port Chester Hall, a food hall and beer garden by Heartland Brewery. They’ve signed a 20 year lease with a 5 year option for the 5,630 square foot MTA station building.
The restaurant will have an outdoor area of 3,600 square feet with seating for at least 85 and will be open seven days a week. Built in 1890, the station, is located at 3 Broad Street in the heart of downtown.
“Royal Properties is honored to play a small part in bringing Heartland Brewery to Westchester County. Both the town of Port Chester and the MTA are thrilled by the aspect of adding to the retail mix of downtown Port Chester. The station building, occupied by a first class operation, will provide a true service for the daily commuter and the surrounding neighborhoods,” said Jeff Kintzer, Principal of Royal Properties, Inc.
Port Chester Hall will feature a large selection of handcrafted beer, and a menu that will include everything from Pastrami Reuben Spring Rolls to Steak Frites. There
will be an indoor hall and an outdoor beer pavilion and garden with communal tables and stone fireplaces. It will also be open in the morning to operate a coffee concession from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. on weekdays to accommodate Metro-North customers.