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  • Half Moon serves casual, yet sophisticated American seafood and is a favorite spot in Dobbs Ferry for steaks, raw bar and fresh seafood. Outdoor Dining Guide: Waterside Views The Top Bars in Westchester County  
  • Bronxville coffeehouse crafting gourmet coffees and frozen drinks. Also find sweet and savory baked goods with options that accomodate gluten-free and vegan diets.  
  • With “pub” in the moniker, one would be correct to expect American comfort fare such as burgers, wings, oysters, crispy Brussels sprouts, and salads, including roasted organic beets with goat cheese and oranges. But the 70-seat Pubstreet, located in the Metro-North station space is helmed by Chef Mogan Anthony, who appreciates international flavors and innovation. Read more...
  • The appeal of this homey, eclectically furnished café for hikers and health junkies goes beyond its convenient location just steps off the North County Trailway. There are smoothies and fresh juices using organic produce (whenever possible); gluten-free baked goods, many made in-house; açai and pitaya bowls; homemade soups; and an all-day breakfast menu.
  • At this bookstore-coffee shop, you won’t need to be told to eat your vegetables twice when it comes to these veggie toasts. The ever-popular Brussel sprouts toast is always on the menu — with perfectly crispy sprouts, sweet-potato hummus, ginger mustard, and spiced seeds and nuts. Then there are rotating seasonal specials, such as a Read more...
  • Few things bring the cozy more than a perfectly executed bubbling pot of Chardonnay-garlic-and-nutmeg-laced Emmenthaler-Gruyère-Swiss cheese fondue and a basket of diced baguette, with an accompanying pile of mesclun salad. (Reach the bottom to scrape up the delightfully crispy bit.) And don’t miss seasonal Melted Cheese Night (Wednesday) specials, raclette and tartiflette.  
  • Roll up your shopping sleeves at this foodies’ paradise of harder-to-find cheeses (such as Nabulsi), za’atar-covered pita to slather with labneh, barrels of olives with preserved lemon and peppers, and seed and nut crunches galore. The Arab market is also a go-to for halal meat, spinach pies and meat pies, shawarma platters, falafel, and fresh-baked Read more...
  • Your eyes may water, and a bit of sweat may appear on your brow, but that’s a good thing at Atit Thai. Choose from mild, medium, hot, and “Thai spicy” heat levels (be warned!) from a menu that appeases everyone, including vegans. The freshly prepared, made-from-scratch dishes are worth the wait; one recommendation is the Read more...
  • Baked daily and sometimes still warm, the feta-spinach-and-ground-beef phyllo-dough pastries will vie for your affections. Devour your slice — flaky and crisp on top, fluffy and chewy inside — with Turkish coffee at the marble countertop of the Yorktown Heights café or packed in a pizza box in Hartsdale. Then browse the aisles of European Read more...
  • Those familiar with Luis Aguilera’s Halstead Avenue Taqueria should visit his sit-down spot in Port Chester. It’s a mostly classic Mexican menu, but there’s a Peruvian-influenced taco that you shouldn’t miss. This handheld riff on lomo saltado is stuffed with tender steak, hand-cut fries, homemade ketchup, and fresh pico de gallo.  
  • NewRo residents know that LMC has been the place to go for Mexican food since 1990. Their salted beef taco in a baby-soft tortilla with chopped cilantro and onion is a must, especially on Taco Tuesdays (99 cents each!). You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how tender the meat is.
  • Del Sol avoids the typical pitfalls of many a tres leches — being too sweet and too wet (the cake is made by soaking sponge cake in condensed milk, evaporated milk, and whole milk). Instead, it’s a spongy, moist, light, and delicious cake replete with juicy peaches and topped with whipped cream.  
  • Lots of corner slice joints do a chicken scarpariello pie, but La Bella’s take with garlicky chicken sautéed in white wine and semi-blazing hot peppers atop a crust that simultaneously pulls off crispy and chewy, is primo.
  • At the forefront of the artisan cider movement, this farm-to-bottle brand features six staple flavors, creative experimentals, seasonal hits, and special-release small-batch offerings. Kick back in the tap room or cider garden and don’t miss the surprisingly popular pink-hued Black Dirt Beet cider that’s earthy, slightly sweet, and refreshing.
  • Tired of the same old, same old lunch choices? At The Bayou in the Fleetwood neighborhood of Mount Vernon, insiders know they’ll find an $8.99 lunch menu that isn’t on the website. Choose from 10 dishes such as crawfish étouffée, Bourbon Street barbecue ribs, Southern fried kickin’ chicken, or the daily omelet, wrap, or half Read more...
  • It’s here that the standard BEC gets a farm-fresh upgrade. Thick-cut, salty Berkshire bacon and a couple of yolky eggs — from John Boy’s Farm in Cambridge, NY — get melded together with gooey cheese on a lightly toasted hard roll. It’s pricey at $8.75, but it’s a soul-satisfying, ideal New York breakfast.
  • Gracing the eclectic menu at this neighborhood café is a sandwich worth coming back for again and again. Fig jam, fontina, and goat cheese mingle splendidly to balance rich, sweet, and savory flavors. The miraculously perfect-textured toast is delicate yet strong enough to hold the gooey goodness inside.
  •   Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Smoothies Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Green Bowls Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Pitaya Bowls