Foster's Coach House Tavern
"an operating tavern since 1890, has occupied its place at the "four corners" of Rhinebeck for over 125 years, offering good food, fine drinks and good cheer to folks from near and far."
Foster's is located in the heart of historic Rhinebeck, NY. At Foster's we take great pride in serving superior food and drink at reasonable prices. Many old time favorites include, Burgers, Steaks, Italian Dishes, home style Turkey Dinners, Baked Clams and the house specialty.....London Broil.
At Foster's we always strive to provide our customers with an enjoyable atmosphere along with professional and efficient service. Not everything you need to know is written on the menu so don't hesitate to ask questions. We hope everything was to your liking and you enjoyed your visit with us. Thank you!
The Foster's Coach House Tap Room is a wonderful place to gather with family and friends or to make new friends. The room is full of tables for you to converse as well as eat. A large bar complete with stools is the perfect place for a chance encounter or a beer with a friend. A large TV is always on with the latest sporting event. Antique racing pictures and bits cover the walls adding to the cozy, friendly atmosphere.
Foster's Coach House Tavern, originally called "The Village Tavern," was built by Walter Decker in 1890. Wally Foster bought the Tavern after World War II and rebuilt the interior as it still remains today. Unique horse stalls serve as dining booths and famous racing pictures and bits cover the walls. The coach (telephone booth below) was originally owned by Levi P. Morton, Vice President of the United States under Benjamin Harrison. One of Mr. Foster's famous customers was Col. Jacob Ruppert, the beer baron king.
We are located in historic Rhinebeck, NY, just minutes from the Dutchess County Fairgrounds and the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome.
Foster's Coach House Tavern is located in the heart of historic Rhinebeck, NY. At Foster's we take great pride in serving superior food and drink at reasonable prices. Many old time favorites include, Burgers, Steaks, Italian Dishes, home style Turkey Dinners, Baked Clams and the house specialty.....London Broil.