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  • 1. Al Rayyan

    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...

    2. Falafel Place

    Featuring “Mediterranean staples and a new take on New York falafel,” this busy and friendly strip mall quick stop boasts an endless array of filling side items like tabbouleh salad, baba ghanoush, and tzatziki to complement a variety of hummus plates, eggplant or falafel pita sandwiches, and spicy shakshuka.   10 Vegetarian Restaurants for Plant-Based Read more...
  • 3. Lusardi’s

    When it’s done in the U.S., cacio e pepe has the Goldilocks conundrum: Sometimes it’s too bland; sometimes it’s too clumpy; sometimes it’s just right. At longtime Larchmont staple Lusardi’s, the execution of this Roman pasta definitely falls into the “just right” category, with a smooth, emulsified sauce, chewy ropes of fresh pasta, and plenty Read more...
  • 4. Il Castello

    Expect homemade pastas and elaborate table presentations a stone's throw from the Mamaroneck Metro-North station. On the menu: branzino, veal Siciliano, pappardelle Bolognese, chicken Calabrese, and shrimp scampi. A prix fixe $20.95 lunch is offered weekdays. Open Tues to Fri for lunch and dinner; Sat and Sun dinner menu all day. Reservations recommended. 576 Mamaroneck Read more...

    5. The Greekish

    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 Main Photo By The Greekish
  • 6. Argana

    Handmade bronze hanging lanterns lighting sand-colored walls, slow-cooked stews served in earthenware pots, bread dipped in nutty, non-greasy Argan oil; it’s a bit of exotic Morocco brought to our county. New to this cuisine? Try the multi-course hospitality dinner for an array of hot and cold salads, couscous, skewered meats, savory pie made with phyllo Read more...
  • 7. Capers

    Chef-owner Edi Rivera took his inspiration for Capers from Italian, Greek, Moroccan, and Basque cuisines, with a focus on freshness. Starters at this 50-seater (formerly Café Mirage) include potato-goat-cheese dumplings, gammas al ajillo, and tuna tartare, followed by such mains as braised short ribs pappardelle, chicken pillared, and a variety of pastas and seafood. Also Read more...

    8. Falafel Taco

    This restaurant combines Mexican and Israeli flavors, resulting in original and flavorful hybrid offerings. The Ma Bett’s Old Clothes Taco is one of their unique staples, a slow-cooked brisket recipe taken from generations back with a cultural twist, adding mayo mixed with zhoug (a spicy, Middle Eastern chili sauce), plus roasted tomato salsa, cilantro, and Read more...

    9. Apropos

    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...