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  • 1. The Cube Inn

    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; Where the Foodies Eat  
  • 2. Croqueteria

    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