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  • 1. Slave to the Grind

    Bronxville coffeehouse crafting gourmet coffees and frozen drinks. Also find sweet and savory baked goods with options that accomodate gluten-free and vegan diets.  
  • 2. Pop’s Espresso

    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.
  • With a focus on fresh, seasonal ingredients and a pastry program that's entirely in-house, Martine's is easily a fan favorite in Westchester. Go for everything from flourless chocolate cakes in the shape of porcupines to Cookies 'N' Cream cakes topped with bits of the classic candy bar. Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Babka
  • 4. Estelle Gourmet

    Estelle Lebbrecht is a talented French chef who serves simple but sophisticated lunches at her welcoming six-table café. Aficionados show up for excellent homemade soups (French onion is always on the menu), salads, panini, quiche, and crêpes. Finish off with a chocolate éclair, and everything is right with the world.

    5. The Grange

    If the words "breakfast all day" send your taste buds into a tizzy, then The Grange is the place for you. The a.m. menu, which runs until 2:30 p.m. or until the restaurant sells out, features top hits like a torched French toast wedge and a croissant breakfast sandwich, not to mention the requisite avocado Read more...
  • 6. The Bakehouse

    A satellite of Ardsley’s Riviera Bakehouse, this commuter station staple stocks pies, tarts, cookies, cupcakes, breakfast items, and sandwiches tempt passers-through, while grab-’n’-go dinners are a mitzvah on late-night arrivals.   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Birthday Cake
  • 7. Parkway Cafe

    In these cozy vintage digs, red-vinyl booths and counter seating overlook a busy griddle, where the cooks manage to whip up hot stacks (try the sweet potato or flaxseed), killer egg sandwiches, and paper-thin omelets all at once. Signature omelets, like the Andy (avocado, ham, muenster cheese, tomato, and scallion), are a nod to their Read more...

    8. Maison Margaux

    The baking starts early (4:30 a.m.) for Estelle Rocton-Pailhes, a Normandy native and NewRo resident whose pastry-chef mother trained under the famed Gaston Lenôtre. Rocton-Pailhes’ baking pedigree is perhaps most manifest in her baguette, which sports a crispy exterior, balanced soft-chew interior, and a fresh-from-the-oven smell. Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Baguette
  • 9. Green Life

    Founded in 2015, Green Life is a health conscious eatery owned by three Westchester brothers; Anthony, Gregory, and Mark Caligiuri, focusing equally on nutrition and taste with smoothies, bowls, sandwiches, salads, juices, and even meal prep for preternaturally busy locals.   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Health-Food Café & Best Smoothies Best of Westchester 2020 - Read more...
  • This rustic-styled chic and family-owned café is influenced by modern, Mediterranean-based cuisine and incorporates many different cultures into its eclectic offerings. The Turkish-themed wood-laden ambience matches the uniqueness and distinctness of the coffee.   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Turkish Coffee
  • 11. Suzanne’s Table

    “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...
  • 12. Maple & Rose

    Few eateries boast an ambience that matches its great food, but Maple & Rose impresses on both fronts, with lovingly crafted savories and sweets to go along with a warm, relaxed vibe you can enjoy for hours at a time. One of the county’s only all-day cafés, this Mamaroneck gem is a prime spot to Read more...

    13. Copper Kettle CafÈ

    5 Places to Get a Super Cozy Chicken Pot Pie in Westchester Main photo by Andre Baranowski
  • 14. Coffee Labs Roasters

    15. Muddy Water

    Step into the brick-walled neighborhood coffee shop on Main Street, and you’ll see local artists displayed and hear jazz music playing alongside the sound of brewing cappuccinos. The bold, smooth espresso is made with locally roasted Big Bang beans and creamy milk from a collective of Hudson Valley small farms. When you pick up your Read more...

    16. Coffee Lab Roasters

    Snagging a seat at this ultra-cool Tarrytown coffee shop can be a daunting task nearly any time of day, a testament to the absolutely outstanding beans that they select, roast, and brew on-site. Plus, with “direct-trade” sustainable coffee that truly helps the people who grow the java, customers can also feel good about each and Read more...

    17. The Granola Bar

    How else to show off your hipster cred than bellying up to a bright-green avocado toast? If you are looking for a dish that tastes as good as it’s cool to eat, give The Granola Bar a try. There, you can snag an iteration of the Instagram favorite, with toppings ranging from feta and red-pepper Read more...

    18. The Kneaded Bread

    Opened in 1998, this old-school Port Chester bakery has been cooking up local favorites for decades, from Irish soda bread at St. Pat's to challah for the high holy days, and every tasty confection in between.   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Bakery (Bread) Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Bakery (Bread) Best of Read more...