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  • 1. Dolphin

    The Rugova family of Yonkers runs this bi-level restaurant where Executive Chef Denzil Richards (formerly of NewRo's Alvin & Friends) proffers seafood, pasta, steaks, and big salads. A 100-seat patio boasts Hudson views. Open for lunch and dinner daily. 1 Van Der Donck St; Outdoor Dining Guide: Sidewalk Dining  

    2. Bread & Brine

    A hip Hastings-on-Hudson bistro, daily offerings are listed on a big, movie-marquee-like sign by the bar, so patrons can easily see what’s available. Inspired by summers spent in Maine, owner Jeremy McLellan offers only fresh-from-icy-water varieties, such as briny Pemaquids or Little Shemogues, delivered by the “crème-de-la-crème of purveyors.” Even the sauces are cool here, Read more...
  • 3. Half Moon

    Half Moon serves casual, yet sophisticated American seafood and is a favorite spot in Dobbs Ferry for steaks, raw bar and fresh seafood. Outdoor Dining Guide: Waterside Views The Top Bars in Westchester County  
    The place for seafood in Lower Westchester for 40 years strong, E.F.G., as it’s locally known, comprises a market, an inviting nautically themed restaurant, and a takeout spot, aptly called Go Fish. Top-catch selections arrive daily from the New Fulton Fish Market, yielding entrées of maple-glazed salmon, pan-seared skate wing with savoy cabbage and pancetta, Read more...
  • The owners of Purdy's Farmer & the Fish also operate this 45-seat riverfront location serving steamers, pizzas (try the white clam), and favorite dishes from the North Salem original. 11 River St;   Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Restaurant Spinoff Outdoor Dining Guide: Waterside Dining  

    6. KEE Oyster House

    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; Photo courtesy of Kee Oyster House Everywhere the Foodies Eat in Westchester County Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Read more...
    This gastropub with haute nautical interior offers pizza, sushi, burgers, and more with a view of the Hudson River. The outdoor terrace has room for up to 150. 3 Westerly Rd; Main photo by Wander DeBrito; courtesy of 3 Westerly 8 Places to Sip Frosé All Day in Westchester Outdoor Dining Guide: Waterside Dining Read more...
  • 8. Brothers Fish & Chips

    When fish ’n’ chips is in your restaurant’s name, your fried-fish game had better be tight — and at Brothers, it sure is (we swear to cod!). The light, crispy, secretly seasoned beer batter surrounds whichever whitefish you choose, and a heaping pile of salty fresh-cut fries is just what’s needed to sate fried-food cravings. Read more...
  • 9. Ocean House

    Self-taught chef Brian Galvin transformed a tiny diner into this 30-seat, dinner-only oyster bar and grill with an emphasis on New England-style seafood dishes. Call after 4:30 p.m. for same-day reservations. Closed Sun and Mon. 49 N Riverside Ave, Croton-on-Hudson; 914.271.0702;   Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Oysters Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Read more...
  • 10. Ruby’s Oyster Bar

      Outdoor Dining Guide: Sidewalk Dining  
  • 11. Tavern at Croton Landing

    Lobster takes center stage in rolls, but find outstanding sliders, quesadillas, BLTs, and weekend-only omelets. With this restaurant’s luscious lobster rolls, you can enjoy the generously buttered, medium-toasted rolls and refined ratio of lobster meat to mayonnaise. The consistency is balanced by the combination of silky chunks and shreds of lobster meat, and the crunch Read more...
  • 12. DIVE Oyster House

  • 13. Pubstreet

    With “pub” in the moniker, one would be correct to expect American comfort fare such as burgers, wings, oysters, crispy Brussels sprouts, and salads, including roasted organic beets with goat cheese and oranges. But the 70-seat Pubstreet, located in the Metro-North station space is helmed by Chef Mogan Anthony, who appreciates international flavors and innovation. Read more...
  • Saltaire knows how to hook you right from the start! Your dining experience begins with a unique savory on-the-house surprise — its signature un-crumbly cornbread served with honey butter in a cast-iron skillet is a treat all its own. And it’s all uphill from there with Saltaire’s fresh seafood.   Best of Westchester 2020 - Read more...
  • Owner Lenny Balidemaj brings his expertise as a host to this white-tablecloth Italian chophouse with USDA Prime beef, fresh-from-the-ocean seafood, classic Italian sides, a superb ricotta cheesecake, and a certain simple grace not found at most restaurants. Any county town would be fortunate to call Lenny’s their go-to Italian restaurant.
  • 16. Mt. Kisco Seafood

      Best of Westchester 2021 - Best Fish Market Best of Westchester 2020 - Best Fish Market Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Outrageous Milkshakes Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Fish Market   
  • 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;   Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Oysters Best of Westchester 2018 - Best Seafood Restaurant  Outdoor Dining Guide: Relaxing Gardens  
  • 18. Ristorante Lucia

    A Tuscan-inspired farmhouse is the setting for this restaurant that serves Italian comfort food. Entrées offered include salmon limoncello, stuffed lobster tail, Parmesan-crusted chicken, and homemade gnocchi Bolognese. A selection of gourmet pizzas is also available. Outdoor Dining Guide: Prettiest Patios