The Galley is open on weekends this spring
“The Galley” restaurant is open to members and their guests for lunch and dinner Fridays through Sundays from April to November, and on Wednesday nights during the Big Tom racing season (May through August). Social events are scheduled throughout the sailing season. Members especially look forward to post-race dinners and parties.
Indoor and outdoor dining can be enjoyed throughout the season; members gather either in the formal dining room, pub, on the porch or on the lawn overlooking Eastchester Bay with spectacular sunsets and a view of the Manhattan skyline. On-site parking is available to members and their guests.
Dining room and meeting facilities are available for private parties, including weddings and business meetings. Catering arrangements can be made through the club steward.
Come to The Galley!
Sept. & Oct. 2022 Restaurant Service Hours
Friday 9/16: Restaurant Service 5-9 PM
Saturday 9/17: CIYC Sayer Series Race Day, Restaurant Service 12-9 PM
Sunday 9/18: Restaurant Service 12-9 PM
Friday 9/23: Restaurant Service 5-9:30 PM
Saturday 9/24: Restaurant Service 12–9:30 PM
Sunday 9/25: Restaurant Service 12–9 PM
Friday 9/30: Restaurant Service 5-9 PM
Saturday 10/1: Restaurant Service 12–9:30 PM
Sunday 10/2: Restaurant Service 12–9 PM
Wed. 10/12: CIYC Fall General Membership Meeting (Casual Pub Menu Available)
Friday 10/14: Restaurant Service 5-9 PM
Saturday 10/15: CIYC 115th Going Out of Commission (6:00 PM Flag Ceremony followed by Reception, Entertainment Event)
Sunday 10/16: Restaurant Service 12-5 PM (start of modified Sunday restaurant hours)
Saturday 10/22: Restaurant Service 12–9:30 PM
Sunday 10/23: City Island YC Race Awards Brunch
Sunday 10/23: Restaurant Service 12–5 PM
Saturday 10/29: Restaurant Service 12–9:30 PM
Sunday 10/30: Restaurant Service 12–5 PM (Final Day of Restaurant Service)
City Island Yacht Club’s new Steward is looking forward to introducing members to her exceptional culinary and baking skills at “The Galley”.
Chef Jaime, as she likes to be called, was born in Tobago and moved with her family to Mt. Vernon, NY, when she was seven. She started cooking as a young teen “because it was what she liked to do best,” and she has made a career of it.
She earned a Culinary Arts and Management degree from the Art Institute of New York. She juggled two jobs after graduation, working as a pastry chef at a famous bakery and as a culinary chef at one of the area’s top catering services. Two years later she started her own, now 15-year-old business, Chef Jaime’s Personal Chef & Catering Services. She will be in charge of all catering at CIYC, including club events and private parties.
Her main focus will be running the The Galley, offering a nice mix of comfort food and fine dining, good table service and a buffet for the after-race crowd on Wednesday nights. “I want to get things right,” she said.