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  • Who said one of the best parts of ordering steak is the pommes frites? It’s a good thing that Appetit Bistro’s popular pommes frites are served in two of their highly touted dishes: steak frites and moules frites. Crispy, crunchy, and salty, the frites are made using a high-starch potato (they have less moisture, which Read more...
  • There’s a breakfast sandwich a quick drive over the county line that will easily fuel your trip home and possibly hold you until dinner. It’s located in a hollowed, pale-blue school bus that’s been reimagined as a sublime sammie stop on the grounds of this apple- and pumpkin-picking paradise, crafted by the celebrated hands of Read more...
  • Situated on the border with New Canaan, this market/coffee shop may be a bit out of the way for many Westchesterites. There’s at least one item — the crumb cake by certified home baker Anna Oneto of South Salem — that makes a visit worth a drive from anywhere in the county (or Ohio, for Read more...
  • “The key to a making a good brownie is to underbake,” says owner Suzanne Hart. To be most accurate, the thick, dark brownies at this prepared-foods shop are not good — they’re spectacular. More fudgy than cakey, made with three types of chocolate, expect an intensely rich flavor and a beautiful, shiny top crust with Read more...
  • When a restaurant is named Croqueteria, it’s no surprise the croquetas served there live up to the top billing. This Sleepy Hollow restaurant showcases owner-chef Carlos Zequeira’s Cuban heritage. Whether it’s chicken, ham, or the ropa vieja, the croquetas (except dessert varieties) feature a delectable béchamel sauce. “Our croquetas are made from scratch and based on family recipes,” says Zequeira. Where the Foodies Eat
  • The Central Ave strip-mall setting may be off-putting to some, but to those in the know, those who understand a thing or two about NYC-trained chef/owner Brian Sernatinger and his never-ending quest to deliver an up-to-the-minute experience, this is a hidden gem. “We always have something new and exciting on the menu,” says Sernatinger. Recent Read more...
    At this northern upmarket mainstay of coffee, baked goods, and ready-to-eat meals, the BEC is “a classic sandwich, but we use really great ingredients,” says chef/owner Jennifer Vellano, who, along with husband Jim, boasts such big names as Per Se, Bouchon, Blue Hill, and Boulud on combined CVs. Between bookends of artisan-baked multigrain or challah bread, farm-fresh Read more...
    Some power of Peruvian persuasion (aka 48 hours marinating in a blend of spices, soy sauce, and beer) creates the most perfect roast chicken at this casual NewRo spot. After a spin on the rotisserie, the birds — a half-chicken dinner will set you back just $12 — emerge with deeply burnished, addictive skin and Read more...
    Kelly’s restaurant sits on the historic Yonkers Pier, offering breathtaking views of the Hudson River and his famous cowboy rib-eye for two. The casual Dylan Lounge boasts its own menu. Closed Mon. 71 Water Grant St, Yonkers; 914.965.1111; www.xaviars.com   Everywhere the Foodies Eat in Westchester County Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Chef (Peter Kelly); Read more...
    This White Plains spot brings a taste of Rome to Westchester. Fresh pasta, like spaghetti alla carbonara, and the authentic pizza are not to be missed, but save room for bomboloni. 171 E Post Road; www.paxromanany.com   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Pasta & Sauce Main Photos By Doug Schneider
    Chef Giuseppe Fanelli runs the kitchen at this stylish 68-seat Italian eatery. Expect indulgent dishes like mozzarella-stuffed meatballs and smoked short ribs with balsamic onions and stoneground polenta. Closed Mon. 578 Anderson Hill Rd; www.tredicinorth.com    Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Modern Italian Restaurant Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Restaurant Host/Maître d’ Everywhere Read more...
  • Expect seasonal ingredients (and the occasional Asian flavor) from the kitchen at this 250-seat, special- occasion restaurant from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. 258 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge; 914.764.1400; www.theinnatpoundridge.com   Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Restaurant Design Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Romantic Restaurant Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Romantic Restaurant Discover Fine Dining Read more...
    From Chef Constantine Kalandranis (273 Kitchen and 8 North Broadway) comes this meze-and-ouzo bar offering Greek-style tapas, including dips, cheeses, hot and cold vegetables, pita, and more - at an affordable price point. 273 Halstead Ave; www.273kitchen.com   Related: Everywhere the Foodies Eat in Westchester County Best of Westchester 2021 -  Best New Greek Restaurant Read more...
  • In a cozy, downtown setting, self-taught chef Bebe Gonzalez dishes up empanadas, bocadillos (read: sandwiches), and entrées, like ropa vieja and paella, born from family recipes and a culmination of Spanish, French, African, and Island influences. 22 Main St, Tarrytown; 914.372.7974; www.thecubeinn.net Where the Foodies Eat  
    Vegetarians and omnivores alike adore Sweet Grass Grill for its casual vibe and seasonal meals. The menu rotates regularly, thanks to the focus on local produce, so expect dishes that are a little bit different each time. Keep it light with a salad or sandwich, or dive into real-deal veggie fare like house-made GF potato Read more...
  • Since 1964, Sal's has been a go-to in Mamaroneck for crusts that crack just perfectly and cheese that balances beautifully with artful slathers of sauce. Go for plain to experience the hype here, then get adventurous with a slice of chicken parm or, if you're feeling really wild, a salad pizza. Best of Westchester 2021 Read more...
  • This Rivertown favorite sources primarily local, sustainable ingredients for its menu, award-winning cocktails, and on-premises market. Offerings include wood-fired pizza, seafood dishes, and handmade pasta. 127 W Main St, Tarrytown; 914.631.3100; www.rivermarketbarandkitchen.com   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Local Cheese Selection Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Craft Cocktails Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Read more...
  • Housed in a historic 18th-century farmhouse and surrounded by four acres of terraced farmland that supply the restaurant, Farmer & the Fish serves a seafood-and-produce-heavy menu. 100 Titicus Rd, North Salem; 914.617.8380; www.farmerandthefish.com   Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Oysters Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Seafood Restaurant  Outdoor Dining Guide: Relaxing Gardens