The Lantern

Wood-Fired Pizza!!!

PLEASE NOTE OUR REVISED HOURS THIS WEEK! We are catering the Wassaic Project Art & Music Festival, AUGUST 1-3!

Thursday, July 31: 
The bar will be open. 
The kitchen will be closed.  

Friday, Aug. 1 & Saturday, Aug. 2:
**Food available at Maxon Mills—wood-fired pizza, sandwiches, salad.

Bar open until 3am.

Sunday, Aug. 3: 
The bar/kitchen will be closed all day.

Aug 13

Wassaic Project August Festival

Come on over Saturday, August 12 for the Wassaic Project's August Festival!! We're pumped to have live music here on Saturday evening. Wassaic Project will have free dance performances and film screenings all day! 

Get your music tickets ahead of time, but we'll also be selling them day of at the door. Wahoo! 



7PM Upstate Rubdown

8PM Madaila

9PM Midnight Magic

6:00 pm18:00

Wassaic Project May Festival

We're partnering with The Wassaic Project for their May Festival and Summer Exhibition opening on May 20th! We'll have live music by The Jack Moves and more TBA starting at 6pm. Tickets are $10** and can be purchased ahead of time HERE or at the door the night of the event. 

**Proceeds from the dinner benefit and cover charge go to the Whale Scholarship Fund, in partnership with the Wassaic Fire Company. The scholarship provides students with funds for their personal education costs of books, travel or housing who have graduated from Webutuck or Dover high schools and are pursuing higher education and vocational opportunities.

Harlem Line
9:00 pm21:00

Harlem Line

Join us in welcoming Harlem Line back to The Lantern!
Saturday, February 18th 9-11PM. $10 cover at the door.

Jan 1

NYE BBQ Dinner + Live Music!

BBQ buffet available from 6-10 PM

Bluegrass music from Jim Wright & Co. starting at 7

Dinner followed by music from Maya Lazaro + Mail the Horse!

Tickets available until 5:30 PM 12/31 or at the bar. Buy them here!

$35 includes food, music and champagne at midnight
$20 includes music and champagne at midnight

Caprice Rogue
9:30 pm21:30

Caprice Rogue

An acoustic ensemble from the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York State playing Balkan, Roma-Gypsy and Klezmer dance tunes!

Caprice Rouge explores the winding scales and exotic melodies of music, essentially, although not limited to the areas of Eastern Europe from Russian south into Greece, among them Bulgaria, Moldova, Hungry, Macedonia, Albania and Turkey. Drawing on styles from Romany musicians, Klezmers, and other folk music traditions, Caprice Rouge brings their own interpretations to these age-old tunes.