The Dining News to Note in Westchester This March

A fast-casual spot in Greenwich, Thai food in Peekskill, tapas in Tuckahoe, and more make the month delicious.

Supr Food Kitchen (19 W Elm St, Greenwich; 203.861.1150;, a fast-casual chain offering meals rich in vegetables, healthy fats, antibiotic-free meats, and whole grains, has debuted. Smoothies/smoothie bowls, cauliflower-crust pizzas, sauté bowls, crafted salads, and veggie burgers are among the offerings.

The owners of Peekskill Smokehouse shuttered the barbecue restaurant in early January and reopened as Thaimeless Thai (15 N Division St, Peekskill; 914.402.4288; On the opening menu: shrimp cakes with chili aioli; crispy Thai beef meatballs; green curry with chicken or tofu and vegetables; Thai basil beef; and pad Thai and Thai fried rice.

Courtesy of Augie’s Prime Italian

In its 15th year of operation, Augie’s Prime Cut has rebranded as Augie’s Prime Italian (3436 Lexington Ave, Mohegan Lake; 914.743.1357;, adding house-made pastas (e.g., truffle pappardelle; spaghetti carbonara; linguine and lobster) and other Italian fare: veal chop alla parmigiana, chicken scarpariello, and chicken martini. Staples such as USDA Prime, hand-cut filet mignon, rib-eye, New York Strip, and porterhouse-for-two remain on the menu.

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Smokehouse Tailgate Grill (587 North Ave, New Rochelle; 914.813.8686; has partnered with Gelato Festival (, a California-based company known for producing a worldwide gelato tournament, to bring its gelato cart into the restaurant. Guests can try one of the rotating flavors on its own or scooped onto one of Smokehouse’s already decadent desserts (go for the warm cast-iron-skillet cookie with the vanilla gelato).

Photo by John Bruno Turiano

East Village bakery Lady Wong (, specializing in Southeast Asian desserts combined with French culinary technique, started delivery service to Westchester and Fairfield Counties. Co-owned by Mogan Anthony of Village Social Group (Locali, Village Social, Pubstreet, Fatt Root) and wife Seleste Tan, selections include tea cakes, roll cakes, and whole cakes (e.g., salted coconut-sugar caramel; Vietnamese coffee rocher; pandan layer cake).

Brunch is now being served at Buleria Tapas & Wine Bar (106 Main St, Tuckahoe; 914.600.8639; on Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. In addition to the daily dinner menu of hot and cold tapas, salads, skewers, and charcuterie boards, a huevos menu is on offer, complemented by waffles, French toast, and pancakes. (Go bottomless for $25 for 90 minutes of flowing bellinis, bloodies, mimosas, and sangria.)

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