The array of restaurants inside the county of Westchester is diverse enough to satisfy burger afficianados and sophisticated gourmet appetites.
Waterfront dining in this county is an eye treat and palate treat. Tasty options, upon the Hudson River will range from Sunset Cove inside Tarrytown to the Red Hat on the River in Irvington, whereas Yonkers Downtown Waterfront will hook you with amazing eateries such as X20 Xaviars on the Hudson that has breathtaking views of the river, as well as New American food.
Wonderful selections over upon Long Island Sound’s shore, not to be outdone, involve Pier Restaurant and Tiki Bar inside Rye, as well as Parkview Restaurant inside New Rochelle. New Rochelle business district which was revitalized also is home of Clubhouse Grill that’s decorated with the No. 42 in honor of Mariano Rivera, NY Yankees pitcher, who is part owner.
Upon Main St. White Plains, one new addition includes Sofrito, a mecca for Puerto Rican authentic food. Both couples and singles like the pubs and bars along Mamaroneck Ave., which range from Ron Blacks and Brazen Fox to the Lazy Boy Saloon (try their beer sampler), as well as Sports Page Pub. Eat at Mulino’s of Westchester for a more upscale dining experience.
The Travelers Rest inside Ossining has been in operation since 1876. In the meantime, one new place getting attention is Armonk-based Moderne Barn, whose head chef is a nominee for Best Chef James Beard Foundation award.
Le Jardin du Roi is a popular eatery in the area for Grammy-award-winning musician and Bedford resident Rob Thomas. Inside this place is a favorite Clinton hangout, Crabtree’s Kittle House that is home to the most celebrated wine facilities that has a multitude of bottles. Lovers of sushi will wish to visit Sushi Mike’s inside Dobbs Ferry in order to grab their Out of Control Roll. Plus, Port Chester’s acclaimed options for dining involve the Tarry Lodge, one product of television personality Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich, his partner. There, guests may appreciate Italian-styled main entrees as they sample the proprietors’ wines from Italy.
When the hours grow later, sip on a sorbetini in Olde Stone Mill Restaurant or you can relax inside the lounge inside Larchmont’s Vintage 1891. Bartaco in Port Chester provides 30 separate versions and margaritas that pair with wonderful taco entrees. Inside Mt. Kisco, the most popular location to meet new individuals is Village Social Kitchen & Bar.
Beer enthusiasts will wish to go to Birdsall House, featuring craft beers that are regionally brewed, in conjunction with great food. Peekskill Brewery will make its very own beers, as will Capt. Lawrence Brewing Co., in which beer-lovers receive growlers filled up with beer that is sold in NY’s most prestigious eatery.
Empire City Casino is within the middle of an expansion for $40 million, including the adding of 2 new eateries, as well as 400 more e-table games. Overall, The Raceway is Yonkers’ largest private employer.
The Top 3 Spots
Blue Hill at Stone Barns
It’s the fever dream of all farm-to-table restaurants, in which you’ll travel past your supper on the way to consuming it. It also is the highest-rated eatery in the 5-year food orgy which is The Infatuation. The Blue Hill at Stone Barns is conveniently located in Westchester on 630 Bedford Road.
Captain Lawrence Brewing Co.
Let us say you always have wanted to drink within the daytime inside a warehouse that’s reached by driving through rental van parking lots, yet you also are actually into award-winning beer. There isn’t any need to compromise at Captain Lawrence Tasting Room. For one dollar, they’ll refill your 5 ounce souvenir glass with one of their smaller batch brews on tap, as you check the factory out where it was made. You also may commit to your favorite beer with a growler or full glass. Outside there is picnic tables, bocce, and cornhole, and if you’re hungry, a hot dog place in the area has a stand on-site serving snacks and hot dogs. Just be certain you arrive early their Tasting Room closes by 6 p.m. on weekends and at 8 p.m. on weekdays. Captain Lawrence Brewing Company is conveniently located on 444 Saw Mill River Road.
It’ll take their Neopolitan-style pies extremely seriously. With a pizza oven that is imported from Italy, house made mozzarella, and carefully sourced ingredients, these babies are thin on the bottom and blistered on top with a little body to them. It’s possible to get classic preparations and pies that have some newfangled ingredients such as lemon, ramps, and bone marrow (not all at one time), and a few creative starters which use the oven. It’s as great as Westchester pizza will get. The Parlor is conveniently located on 14 Cedar Street.