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Redline Saloon, Cortlandt Manor. A delicious hole-in-the-wall.

ryanallday | Apr 22, 201502:08 PM

Hey guys, I just want to take a moment to praise Redline Saloon. It's a hidden gem in my opinion. It's a complete dive/ biker bar and no I am not a biker but all are welcome with open arms here. The interior is a completely terrible, Folding chairs, complete disarray, similar look as an old knights of columbus hall. The bar has no taps, just one keggerator with a keg of stella (and your average selection of bottles)...

Okay once you get passed the "look".

I had driven past this place many times and wrote it off as a biker bar but I had a craving for a good burger and after a yelp search I decided to take the gamble here. The bartender was an absolute sweetheart, very friendly late 20 something girl, such a welcoming attitude, my buddy and I were the only non-regulars there and you could tell, but it wasn't awkward. She explained the specials and she gave us a few recommendations. I got the wings (thats my specialty area) and my craving, a classic bacon cheeseburger. My buddy also ordered nachos. The wings came out first and I was really surprised that they were fresh wings and yeah it makes a huge difference, they were cooked good and the sauce was very good, the blue cheese was fantastic, I appreciate a place that makes their own or orders the good stuff, I did not ask which of the two it was. The nacho plate was excellent, huge portion, lots of cheese, peppers, tomatoes, and chicken and beef. The star of the day however were the burgers, both were huge, greasy, and perfectly cooked. The fries are handcut and perfect. I will be back eventually for sure.

If you're in the area and can get passed the we don't give a f**k decor, check this place out.

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