The 6 Most Popular Restaurants in Westchester County


The second most populous county on the mainland of New York, Westchester County is full of vibrant communities and delicious eats. From relaxed bistros and cute cafes to decadent dinners and stunning views, Westchester County has something for everyone.

For an elegant outdoor dining experience, consider the Red Hat on the River. Located on the Irvington, New York waterfront, Red Hat on the River is a contemporary French-American style restaurant. This delectable bistro's signature dishes include menu items such as moules frites, rillettes, and profiteroles. Picturesque views of the Hudson River also make this an optimal choice for a romantic night out. For a complete evening of luxury, treat yourself to the door-to-door chauffeur service provided by Westchester Limo Service.

Tarrytown's Eatarry is an idyllic spot to enjoy brunch. This chic little cafe is easy to miss but serves up some of the county's best omelets and paninis. Popular menu items amongst guests include the French toast topped with local fruits and syrup, and the bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich. Their menu also features a wide variety of coffee, teas, and drinks. Eatarry supports local vendors and farmers which means that their food is always fresh and in season. With both indoor and outdoor seating available, this is also a lovely spot to take a quiet break and enjoy a hot beverage.

If you're en route from the airport and hungry after a long flight, stop over at The Beehive in Armonk. Avoid the hassle of car rentals, driving and parking by opting for the convenience of our Westchester Airport Car Service. Grab your bags and get dropped off directly at The Beehive for a generous portion of American-Greek food. Make sure to save room for a decadent dessert of baklava topped with cheesecake. If you are looking for a lighter option, try the Greek salad or one of their artisan style sandwiches.

For a fun dining experience, try The Melting Pot in White Plains. Based around its cheese and chocolate fondues, the menu features a variety of salads and both vegetarian and meat entrees to pair with the fondue. This is an ideal group dining location.

If you are visiting White Plains, and are looking for a more laid-back, casual evening, consider Emma's Ale House; an eccentric pub named after the owner's yellow Labrador dog. This family friendly pub style restaurant offers a cozy dining room space, as well as a bustling bar. The menu is based around American-style food, including a variety of burgers and sliders. The bar features a rotational menu of 10 draft beers, as well as a wide selection of bottled wines and beers.

Known as one of the quintessential farm-to-table restaurants, Westchester County's Blue Hill at Stone Farms is a dining experience not to miss. Located in Pocantico Hills, Blue Hill at Stone Barns sources its ingredients from the surrounding fields and other local farms. With a rotating menu based on what is in season, Blue Hill provides guests with a multi-course, set menu.

Posted on Jul 11 2017

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