THE WHITE HOUSE
10-24 154th St.
Whitestone, NY 11357
CUISINE: All American.
HOURS: Sun. thru Thurs. from 12 noon until 9:30 p.m. (Kitchen
open until 10:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat.)
CATERING: Banquets and parties large and small are a specialty.
PARKING: Private adjoining lot plus street parking.
ENTERTAINMENT: Karaoke and dancing in Tap Room Saturday after 10
p.m., Ladies night every Tuesday as well as frequent live music, special performances and
Atlantic City excursions. Call for reservations.
CREDIT: All major credit cards as well as White Houses
TAP ROOM: Large friendly bar, singing bartender, Quick Draw,
The always popular White House Restaurant is featuring "Broadway
Brunch" in three acts playing Sundays from curtain up at noon until 3 p.m. ($10.95
all-you-can-eat buffet only).
ACT I: Unlimited Mimosas or Ragtime Rum Punch.
ACT II: Waffle station for freshly made waffles with a variety of
toppings as well as the buffet table with mini-muffins, crumb cake, bagels, croissants,
blintzes, stir fried chicken fresh juices and coffee/tea. Return as often as you like!
FINALE: Add to your buffet munching by ordering made-to-order dishes
from the kitchen (+ $2 or $12.95 total). Menu choices include Steak & Eggs, South
Pacific Salmon with Hollandaise sauce, a Monte Cristo (toasted sandwich filled with ham,
turkey and Swiss cheese served with maple syrup) as well as several other selections.
The team of Ellen Simken, manager, Chef Danny and owner Matty Geohegan
always offer interesting events such as Saturday Night Karaoke and Murder Mystery Nights.
Also, the White House is a favored spot for parties large or small. The downstairs room is
especially great for large private parties or banquets.
One of the interesting things about our visits to the White House is
getting a free history lesson. Matty is a history buff. This time we learned that Lewes,
Delaware was the first town in the first state. The memorabilia is fascinating. Read the
During the week, the menu offers both new and traditional items. The
Polenta American appetizer is a good choice (grilled corn polenta topped with Proscuitto,
spinach, roasted tomato and melted mozzarella finished in a Portobello/marsala sauce-
Under the "Pastabilities" section of the menu , try the Bar
harbor Lobster Ravioli or choose from the special certified USDA choice steaks hand cut
and de-boned to Chef Dans specifications. These open-grilled steaks are served with
salad, creamed spinach, baked potato and sour cream. Choose from Dans Blackened Rib
Eye, Bourbon Street, Colorado, Peppercorn, NY Times Square or the Presidential ($16.95-
When it comes to desserts, they are all made on the premises including
the brought-back-by-popular-demand Key Lime Pie and the Boston Chocolate Cheesecake.