Senator Frank Lautenberg’s namesake 9,800 s/f restaurant opened in 2004 on the “Jersey” side of the Hudson River to excellent reviews of both food & ambiance and was named a Top 10 restaurant in NJ. The riverside elevation is glazed to allow for unobstructed views of the NYC skyline, while the interior décor is reminiscent of an old fashion steakhouse; leather seating, table cloths, wood interiors & a custom designed water feature with alternating colored lights. A catering facility with kitchen on the 2nd floor, an outside bar & tables at the water’s edge and the featured dining room on the main floor provides the client with a variety of dining options for a diversified clientele.

commercial architecture projects by vBaras Architects of Port Jervis, NY

Franks Waterside Restaurant

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