After a spending a night with family in Vermont, Julie and I headed down to the town of Beacon in the Hudson Valley. We stayed at the The Roundhouse which is an old textile factory that sits above the Fishkill Creek. We choose to stay in Beacon due to it’s proximity to New York City via Metro North and there were a decent amount of restaurants and craft beer bars within walking distance of the hotel.
The Hop was about a 15 minute walk from our hotel and had a solid regional beer selection including beers from Hill Farmstead Brewery. Before heading to the train we stopped at Beacon Bagel for breakfast. The train ride into Grand Central was simple enough, the cab driver from our hotel got us to platform with about 30 seconds to spare.
Mets – Rockies: Piazza Number Retirement
The reason for our trip was primarily for Julie to attend the Mike Piazza Number Retirement ceremony. More importantly we got to see Professional Athlete Bartolo Colon do his thing.
Coney Island, Brooklyn
On Sunday we headed out to Brooklyn to catch the Cyclones game to complete the weekend. Bobblehead(s) were acquired.
* We managed to make it to McSorley’s in time to see our waiter kick out a group of kids trying to play Pokemon Go without ordering a beer. I guess this has turned into a constant nuisance for the 162 year old establishment. Also, new for the for this drinking establishment, a television.