68 Gedney Way
White Plains, NY 10605

Emma's Ale House

Cuisine: American, Breakfast, Lunch

Emma's Ale House is a American, Breakfast, and Lunch restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $25 and $50, and tipped less than 15%.

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  • 10/27/2015

    An American chowhound from Briarcliff Manor, NY tried it.

  • 11/15/2014

    An American chowhound from Ashburn, VA tried it.

  • 6/23/2013

    A diner from West Orange, NJ tried it and liked it.

  • 6/13/2013

    An American food lover from Bronx, NY tried it.

  • 5/12/2013

    An American chowhound from New Vernon, NJ tried it and liked it.

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 White Plains, NY

Best Burger!

This was by far the best burger I have ever had in Westchester! This place is really nice. The crowd was older and trhey had a great selection of draft beer the Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding was to die for!



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 White Plains, NY

Emma Ale House - Great

Went to Emmas last week for the first time after seeing reviews in NY Times and Journal news. Thought the food was great and the prices fair. Started with lollipop chicken wings that were mess free. I had roasted chicken for entree ( no bone) and my BF had buger.
Both were yummy. With drinks and tip bill was around $60.00

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 New York, NY

Emma's Ale House: Every dog has it's day

Emma’s Ale House in White Plains, NY is set snuggled on Gedney Way, a good distance away from your noisy-younger crowd that populate the well known Mamaroneck Road bars and restaurants. Named after owner Casey Egan’s lovable yellow Labrador, Emma appears to be the main theme through out the pub’s decor. Before stepping inside a drinking bowl for pups sits cornered in the door way and photos of Emma dress the walls from inside the dining room to the bar area. The black and whites hung up of Emma give you the feeling of almost being at home – true comfort. The atmosphere is set in a way in which you feel like everyone knows each other. Families and friends come here to gather and make you feel as if you walked into your own neighborhood bar, a real Cheers “where everybody knows your name” moment.

The cuisine at Emma’s is comforting American food with a twist. Once seated, the friendly-bow tied servers top your table with warm doughy pretzels and spicy mustard for dipping. Delicious, but make sure not to fill up on them. The beer and wine lists are to die for offering twelve delicious wines by the glass and a never ending beer list that includes Brooklyn Oktoberfest, Blue Moon seasonal dashed with pumpkin spices, Dogfish Head, Palm and the list goes on all ranging from $5-$6. The menu offers a variety of appetizers that can be ordered in threes or fours and shared among guests instead of ordering large entrees.

Do not miss: Homemade baked mac and cheese shells with peas and smoked bacon. Perfectly plated for two. The fusion of cheeses accompany the smoked bacon just right – a real comfort food to be had. The popcorn shrimp is crispy and lightly breaded and fried, served with a sweet and spicy dipping sauce and cucumber noodles – a perfect pairing to cool down your buds after dipping. A friend of mine’s favorite are the crispy chicken lollipops. These little suckers are called pops because the spice from the buffalo and the sweet from the teriyaki and BBQ leave you sucking them bone dry. Drizzled with blue cheese dressing this appetizer is indeed a personal favorite.

Turkey burgers, veggie burgers and seafood burgers are all options on the menu and are served with hand cut fries dressed in sea salt. Try the Emma Burger cooked to your liking with shredded lettuce, pickles, hand cut fries, and if your feeling like a champion top it off with a fried egg – just one of the many extras you can add to your personalized burger.

For entree favorites try the chicken pot pie filled with chunks of chicken, peas, carrots, potatoes and baked deep in a flaky crust. This entree is large enough to be shared with two or three guests. The pie is served in a hollow crock pot and can be overwhelming just at first sight! For Guinness lovers try the Guinness braised beef stew – tender and melt in your mouth good. For those who prefer seafood, I recommend the fresh pan seared Chilean sea bass over warm lentils and sauteed spinach. A phenomenal dish that is light and leaves room for sweets.

Be sure to ask your server what Emma’s weekly specials are. Dishes range from buttermilk fried chicken to Maine lobster rolls, another Emma diner favorite. As for dessert I allowed my friend, an Emma’s regular to surprise me with her selection. Our dish arrived with two spoons (thank god) a perfect two scoops of vanilla ice cream sat atop a large mound of warm cinnamon dough drizzled in caramel syrup. My first bite and no words could be formed. I had to try it again to make sure it was really that amazing. Oh and it was. A Krispy Kreme cinnamon doughnut battered in cinnamon and spice and deep fried to perfection, then tiered off by cold vanilla bean. A must have.

Come to watch the game or dine in the private dining area. Brunch, lunch and dinner are served daily from 12pm to 1am (In the area? Sneak in for a late night snack.)

Emma’s Ale House: 68 Gedney Way White Plains, New York 10605 (914)-683-EMMA

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 Westchester, NY

For drinks okay, Food stay away

It is a bar without the college crowd.

The food is edable but over priced. No one item stood out as prefered.

The service needs work as there are a lot of workers yet no one stops at the table unless motioned to.

The place is clean and neat. Fell safe eating there.

Plain and simply it is not a place for eating. Kids forget it.

Please note we did tip less the 15% to thw waiter. ( Bus boy did his job and tipped seperatly)

Roast Beef Sandwich

Dry Dry Dry and the do not even have Au Jous.

We were a group of 6 and the Salmon was dry
The salads small and nothing special.
The sliders I would not order agian.

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 Rye, NY

Emma's Ale House

Four of us ate here for the first (and last) time. We all agreed that the food was mediocre and overpriced ($24 for a simple salmon dish). Also the place was very noisy, and the service was amatuerish. We received 3 breadsticks for four people and the waiter told us we couldn’t have any more because they were saving them for later customers. My friend ordered steak without the mushrooms, and a busboy delivered the dish smothered in mushrooms. The waiter had not seen the dish before it was served and was surprised. Another dish, a pizza, was delivered to the table cold, again by a busboy. Emma’s was a real disappointment that I would not recommend to anyone.

Lamb sandwich

Merely adequate, and overpriced.

Mushroom flatbread pizza

Flimsy and delivered cold.

American Breakfast Good for groups
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Emma's Ale House is located near the cities of East White Plains, Westchester County, North White Plains, Hartsdale, and West Harrison.
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