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Great Live Music & Events

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The BeanRunner Cafe is Westchester's hottest live music cafe, featuring the best in live jazz, blues, reggae, soca, and singer/songwriters from across the country. We also hold local theater performances as well.

Some of our upcoming shows include:

For a complete listing of upcoming performances visit our Music/Events page.

BeanRunner Hours…

Sun. – Wed. 8:00 am – 6:00 pm*

Thurs. 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Fri./Sat. 8:00 am – 11:00 pm 

* or when performances end

Welcome to Peekskill's Trendiest Cafe

Welcome to the BeanRunner Cafe, where you can dine from our eclectic menu of panini sandwiches, wraps, fine soups, desserts and real fruit smoothies. We also serve imported beers and wines.

In addition to our food offerings, the BeanRunner also has a children's play room and live music every weekend — in fact, the BeanRunner is now one of Westchester's hottest Jazz Clubs.

We're also a great place to hold your special event or private party.

So stop in or give us a call — 914.737.1701 — to find out about our latest events.

The BeanRunner Gallery

The BRC Gallery shows fine art and photography exhibits by nationally and regionally recognized artists. Our exhibits rotate every 4-8 weeks. Our current featured exhibit is:

Putting It All Together:
The Art Of Collage by Various Artists

Exhibit: December 14 – February 8, 2015


This exhibition presents the work of six different collage artists showing how each artist literally puts his or her work together. Ruth Dombrow of Goldens Bridge employs expressive use of a variety of papers including sheet music that give her work great energy. Paul Greco of Hastings-on-Hudson uses vintage newspaper articles and other material related to UFO sightings. John Mucciolo of Peekskill (who is the show's curator) contrasts the torn edges of sandpapers with the cut edges of art papers in abstract work. Nancy Nikkal of New Rochelle uses papers which she has painted and cut into elements that are arranged in grids. Luis Perelman of Yonkers will be represented by a series of Sufi works of intricately cut papers forming linear patterns. Sheila Perelman of Yonkers combines appropriated images to form amazing fantasy interior scenes..

Read more about this exhibit and the artist on our Art Gallery page.

The BeanRunner Cafe is a partner in Art with the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA)