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    1. Blazer Pub

    Hearty pub fare is the name of the game at this family-friendly Irish sports bar. Order one of the legendary burgers with the Blazer onion appetizer and a cold beer. Signature wings come with blue cheese and a choice of buffalo, barbecue, or teriyaki sauce. Cash only. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a Read more...
  • 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  
  • 3. Hardscrabble Cider

    At the forefront of the artisan cider movement, this farm-to-bottle brand features six staple flavors, creative experimentals, seasonal hits, and special-release small-batch offerings. Kick back in the tap room or cider garden and don’t miss the surprisingly popular pink-hued Black Dirt Beet cider that’s earthy, slightly sweet, and refreshing.
  • 4. Hayfields Market

    In a town that may have more horses than people, this café/market wins hearts with not only sandwiches and smoothies but also a basket of comp carrots for your horse and free treats for your canine. Cozy up with customers in riding boots, plus the occasional pooch.  
  • 5. One Twenty One

    This Beck Bolender venue brings a little contemporary flair to the area’s verdant farmland, with a menu of locally sourced (many ingredients come from the county) dishes. 2 Dingle Ridge Rd, North Salem; 914.669.0121;