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You Asked, We Answered

This morning at breakfast, one of our Inn guests asked if we do more than weddings, and it made me realize that there are certain questions we get asked a lot. Let’s spend some time giving you the answers!

“Do you do more than weddings?”

Absolutely! In addition to weddings, we have an award-winning restaurant and bar, an Inn, and a conference center. We also host special events like birthday parties and baby showers, and we hold events open to the public (tomorrow night Jungle Love is playing in the ballroom - reserve your tickets here!).

Restaurant Six, a 4-star restaurant, is in the white Georgian mansion with the columns that you see from Route 52. We are open for dinner Wednesdays through Saturdays 4:00 - 9:00, and Sundays 4:00 - 8:00. We also serve brunch on Sundays 11:00 - 2:00.

The SS Beverly Bar, located downstairs below Restaurant Six, is open Wednesday through Sunday nights. It is a full-service bar with its own menu, and you can also order dinner off of the Restaurant Six menu. On Wednesdays, we hold Ladies Night, with happy hour prices all night. On Thursday night, we have live music featuring the father-daughter duo “Silly Little Things,” and we often have live music on Fridays and Saturdays (check our website for the schedule).

The Inn, located behind Restaurant Six, is open 7 days a week. We offer promotions, such as our Winter Wonderland Getaway, and we often host guests from New York City, Long Island, New Jersey, and Connecticut who want to enjoy a night or weekend in the Hudson Valley. With the Appalachian Trail and the Dutchess Rail Trail in our backyard, we also see a good share of hikers and cyclists!

The conference center is a one-stop shop available for business meetings and retreats on weekdays and weekends. All catering is done onsite.

“When did Le Chambord become Curry Estate?”

The six Curry sisters bought Le Chambord in 2019 and changed the name of the property to Curry Estate. During this past Hudson Valley Restaurant Week (March 2023), we changed the name of the restaurant to Restaurant Six to better represent who we are.

“What is the history of the property?”

The mansion that houses Restaurant Six and the SS Beverly was built in 1863 by a New York City businessman. It stayed in the family for generations. Before the Curry girls started running Curry Estate, the property was owned by a few others - most recently by Roy, who created the venue as it is now.

All six Curry girls are involved with the estate, with four of them living onsite and managing the day-to-day details required when running a business. Stay tuned for a more thorough history lesson here in our blog soon!

What other questions do you have about Curry Estate or the Curry girls? Leave us a comment here and we will answer your questions in an upcoming blog.

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