Gus’s Restaurant & Tavern is a family owned German / American Restaurant serving the Hudson Valley NY since 1934 serving German / American cuisine with a focus on homemade food using local, seasonal and organic ingredients with plenty of passion, uncompromised service and outstanding selection.

Centrally located between Newburgh, Cornwall and New Windsor Gus’s Tavern is the perfect spot to begin a special evening, host a business meeting or celebrate a special occasion.


Selections From The Gus’s Restaurant & Tavern Menu:

  • Clammer Jammers: Whole Baby Clams in a wine garlic and banana pepper sauce
  • Potato Pancakes: fried potato and onion cakes served with applesauce
  • Eggplant Napoleon: Crisp breaded eggplant stacked with marinated roasted red peppers and fresh mozzarella finished with basil infused olive oil and balsamic reduction
  • Herring & Sour Cream: Petite Filet of Pickled Herring in sour cream with onions
  • Cajun Salmon Salad: Filet of Salmon broiled with Cajun Spices over Mixed Greens Salad with Fresh Mozzarella basil infused olive oil and balsamic glaze
  • Marinated Chicken Salad: Breast of chicken marinated in extra virgin olive oil, garlic, rosemary, grilled and sliced over mixed greens
  • Sauerbraten – German sour roast smothered in gravy served with a dumpling and red cabbage
  • Goulash – Beef stew simmered in a caramelized onion gravy served with red cabbage and spätzle
  • Jager Schnitzel: fried breaded pork cutlet topped with caramelized onions, sautéed mushrooms and Riesling gravy
  • Schnitzel ala Holstein: fried breaded pork cutlet topped with sunny side up eggs, anchovies and capers with red cabbage and spätzle
  • Gus’ Meatloaf: Heavy flavored homemade meatloaf served with vegetables and mashed potatoes
  • Rack of Lamb: New Zealand rack of lamb encrusted with a mustard herb sauce served with mashed potato and vegetables
  • Pesto Salmon: filet of salmon with a pesto crust served with mashed potato and vegetables
  • Bratwurst: Homemade German pork sausage served with sauerkraut and mashed potatoes