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5 Spots You Need to Hit for Happy Hour in Mount Kisco


Mount Kisco is chock-full of spots to eat and drink — and with a population of 11K that balloons to 20,000 during the day (due to out-of-town employees, shoppers, and diners) this little town has serious potential to have poppin’ happy hours. Finish your day strong with a strong one in hand.

Village Social

251 East Main St; 914.864.1255

This lively spot is enjoyed for its tasty small bites (with another location in Rye), so head here after work, as happy hour runs from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., for some mouthwatering creations like truffle doughnuts, mussels, Szechuan wings, and short rib chili, all for $5.

Pair with draft beer or wine like Pinot Noir, Tempranillo, and Sauv Blanc, all $5.

Exit 4 Food Hall

153 E Main St; 914.241.1200

Pull up a chair at this cafeteria-style hall from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and sip on select wines (including Sauv Blanc, Pinot Grigio) for $6, sangria for $6, and beer for $4. On offer for light bites include a tuna poke bowl, chips and guac, dragon flatbread (made with fresh herbs and mozz), wings, and mac and cheese doughnuts, all for $6. Clams a la carte for $1 each.

Sugar Rhum

38 Main St; 914.864.1444

Feel like you’re in the tropics at this Latin American newcomer and savor a refreshing cocktail, ($6-8) like a grapefruit marg, Havana mule, piña colada, sangria, or classic mojito. Beer (Imperial, Cusqueña, Negro Modelo) and house wine are also on offer for $5 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Little Drunken Chef

36 Main St; 914.242.8800

Happy hour at the original location of globally-inspired Little Drunken Chef is so good, they offer it all day. Lunchtime happy hour runs from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and again from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Before 3 p.m.,  sip on select cocktails, sangria, and select wines by the glass for $8. Beer is $5.

During the evening happy hour, the menu is limited to sangria and beer. During both, expect tapas, tacos, guac and chips, pita and hummus.

Lexington Café

510 Lexington Ave; 914.244.3663

Celebrate every day from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. at this New American spot, with half off beer, wine, liquor, as well as bottles of wine. Try the blackberry lavender margarita, cosmo, or berry mule.

If you’re coming hungry, enjoy oysters ($1.50 each), guac for $6, housemade meatballs ($6), a jumbo pretzel ($6), tacos for $4, $1 wings, and the flatbread of the day for $7.

Read More: Westchester Magazine’s Happy Hour Guide



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