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  • Whether it’s date night or a friendly catch-up sesh, do it at this Victorian-style house in the heart of downtown Mount Kisco, a grown-up lounge that rivals any big-city speakeasy. Choose from eight expertly crafted cocktails (they can also make you anything else), which include a smooth Old Fashioned, a strong Negroni, a Manhattan, or Read more...
    On the menu: eggplant chips with wildflower honey, thin-crust and grandma-style pizza, and pasta in truffle carbonara or white Bolognese. 102 Fisher Ave, Eastchester; 914.961.0061; www.polpettina.com   Everywhere the Foodies Eat in Westchester County Main Photo By Polpettina
  • Hassan and Alberta Jarane, proprietors of nearby Mint Premium Foods, also own this counter-service barbecue joint serving smoked meats (with mango-quince barbecue sauce), down-house sides, and vintage sodas. Closed Mon. 45 Main St; 914.631.5600   Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Fried Chicken and Waffles Where the Foodies Eat
  • Michael Psilakis is the award-winning executive chef at this Modern Greek restaurant in Irvington. Traditional roasted whole lamb, goat, suckling pig, and more available with five-days’ notice. 1 Bridge St, Irvington; 914.231.7854; www.michaelpsilakis.com   Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Greek Restaurant Where the Foodies Eat
    Foodies to the core, Alberta and Hassan Jarane are the owners of this global foods emporium that is part gourmet food shop (the front, including a superior cheese selection) and part eclectic world-cuisine restaurant (the back). Closed Mon. 19 Main St, Tarrytown; 914.703.6511; www.rivermarketbarkitchen.com   Related: Everywhere the Foodies Eat in Westchester County Main Photo By Read more...
  • This fifth and largest venture from chef-owner Bonnie Saran serves globally inspired tapas (Tibetan moms, Spanish ham-and-cheese croquettes, Scandanavian flatbreads), oysters, and funky craft cocktails (popsicle sangria) in an eclectic, 84-seat space. Expect a popular nightlife scene centered around the bar, which is open late Thurs to Sat. Open daily. 36 E Main St; 914.242.8800; Read more...
  • Owner/chef Bonnie Saran offers a lively night out at this globally inspired eatery with a menu of fun cocktails (Drunken Margaritas and mimosas, popsicle sangrias), plus a short list of white and red wines, with strong cognac, whiskey, rye, and bourbon offerings. Bumping music adds to the party vibe here. Don’t be surprised if dancing Read more...
    Lulzim Rexhepi (formerly of Le Bernadin) is executive chef at this New York-style oyster bar serving seafood and a handful of surf-and-turf options. The bar stocks 40 bourbons and single-malt Scotches. 126-128 E Post Rd; www.keeoysterhouse.com Photo courtesy of Kee Oyster House Everywhere the Foodies Eat in Westchester County Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Read more...
    Open since the ’40s, Johnny’s old-school, thin-crust pies are some of the best pizza north of NYC. No slices; cash only. Closed Sun and Mon. 30 W Lincoln Ave, Mount Vernon; 914.668.1957; www.johnnys1942.com   Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Pizza (Full-Service Restaurant) Everywhere the Foodies Eat in Westchester County   Main Photo By Andre Baranowski
    Westchester was lucky to welcome Top Chef star Dale Talde’s newest venture last year, but just how lucky only became apparent after diners cozied up to Goosefeather’s daring and delicious creations. From an inventive Brussels sprout salad enlivened by tamarind and peanuts to virtually unimpeachable prawn toast and pot stickers, Talde’s new restaurant has proved Read more...
    Chef Mogan Anthony’s Malaysian upbringing puts an umami-packed spin on the light-and-healthy, quick-service concept. In place of the ubiquitous kale and quinoa, expect modern takes on Asian favorites, like Impossible plant-protein dan dan noodles; smacked papaya salad with crispy shallots, herbs, and tamarind; and make-your-own grain bowls with lemongrass, curry, Thai salmon, and more that Read more...
    The most basic pie needs the best ingredients — and someone who knows how to use them. At Burrata, Chas Anderson is that person, turning slow-fermented dough made with wild yeast, imported San Marzano tomatoes, American fior di latte mozzarella, and Sicilian olive oil into the simplest, most delicious Margherita we’ve had outside of Naples. Read more...
    Photo by Alice Gao In spring of 2004, Blue Hill at Stone Barns opened within the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, New York. The Barbers helped create the philosophical and practical framework for Stone Barns Center, a working four-season farm and educational center just 30 miles north of New York City, and continue to Read more...
    A slightly healthier version of traditional Colombian cuisine (less heavy oils and fats, and more fresh herbs) can be had at this bright café led by partner Carlos Santos, where arepas are made from house-ground corn. Don’t miss one of the myriad refreshing sangrias or a selection of rainbow-colored (with natural concentrates) empanadas, like purple Read more...
    Ensconced in the new and resplendent Abbey Inn & Spa (USA Today's No. 3 best new hotel in the U.S. for 2021), Apropos boasts a fittingly upscale vibe with farm-to-table values purveyed by CIA-trained Executive Chef John Paidas. Lots of local sourcing and house-made pastas, plus aged rib-eye, local chicken, and seared bass trumpet the Read more...
    Named after a harbor in Hong Kong, this White Plains spot specializes in traditional Cantonese cuisine and dim sum. Offerings include Chinese eggplant, Peking duck, and sautéed conch. Closed Tuesdays. 3 Barker Ave, White Plains; 914.288.0188; www.aberdeenwhiteplains.com Main photo by Doug Schneider Here’s Where to Enjoy a Traditional Chinese New Year Meal