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10 Father’s Day Dining and Takeout Options in Westchester County

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Treat dad to a day off and a meal he’ll love with these stellar dining and takeout packages at fan-favorite eateries around the 914.

By Dave Zucker and Samantha Richter 

Dads, grandpas, uncles, in-laws, and father figures of all kinds: The one thing they all have in common is that we love them.

Let us help you plan your Father’s Day celebrations with a selection of some sweet and savory routes you can take to dad’s heart in Westchester County.

Apropos

900 Fort Hill Rd, Peekskill; 914.739.3546

The Abbey Inn’s dedicated gourmet restaurant is welcoming guests for Father’s Day dining specials including scrumptious bone-in steak and an array of elegant delicacies like roasted bone marrow with escargots, mint-pesto-crusted lamb rack, a dry-aged pork chop, and turkey Bolognese, to name a few. Whether you go for brunch, dinner, or even just to taste one of the refreshing and inventive cocktails, dad and every other member of the family will be fulfilled and charmed by the experience.

Benjamin Steakhouse

610 Hartsdale Rd, White Plains; 914.428.6868

Benjamin’s is always a good call for brunch, offering a $39.95 prix-fixe option as well as plenty of a la carte selections for takeout. The Father’s Day dining menu is available from noon until 10 p.m., so if dad prefers an early afternoon treat of classic Benjamin home fries or a jumbo shrimp cocktail, he can pop over before traditional family dinner. If Benjamin’s dry-aged bone-in rib eye catches your eye, enjoy the more traditional eats for Father’s Day dinner and finish the night off with the delicious New York cheesecake.

 

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The Cookery

39 Chestnut Street, Dobbs Ferry; 914.305.2336

Build your own Father’s Day feast at The Cookery with a meal made for dad. With options like market steak, the secret sandwich!?, beef fat potatoes, and the famous stickabutta pie, The Cookery is providing all the classics for your special celebration of dad.

 

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Crabtree’s Kittle House

11 Kittle Rd, Chappaqua; 914.666.8044

Crabtree’s Kittle House, one of the county’s favorite low-key event spaces, offers serene dining with both in-house brunch and “Buffet in a Box” prix-fixe menus available. Relax in Crabtree’s elegant and historically significant setting while perusing the extensive wine list and enticing brunch options.


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DeCicco & Sons

Multiple Westchester locations

Westchester’s family-run grocery chain is offering dad 11 grilling and seafood packages for Father’s Day dining, ranging from $16.99 to $159.99. Options include Walter’s hot dogs with buns and the trademark mustard, kebabs three ways, a gourmet satay sampler, a surf and turf package with colossal shrimp as the headliner, and a family cookout bundle featuring burgers, pork ribs, Italian sweet sausage, steak rub, and more barbecue essentials. (Oh, and there are plenty of add-on sides, beer, and desserts!)

 

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Dubrovnik Restaurant

721 Main St, New Rochelle; 914.637.3777

Treat dad to a fabulous Father’s Day of traditional Croatian cuisine at New Rochelle’s Dubrovnik. The a la carte menu, enjoyable on the charming “djardin” terrace or in the rustic-chic interior, features a dalmatian platter with smoked beef and other delicacies, a creamy cuttlefish risotto, the house’s famous octopus salad, roasted Cornish hen, veal ragu, filet mignon, and more. Feel like dining at home? Orders placed online can include a lunch pre-fixe menu with authentic Cevapcici, a filet of branzino, and other luxurious eats.

Goosefeather

Tarrytown House Estate
49 E Sunnyside Ln, Tarrytown; 914.829.5454

Chef Dale Talde’s signature modern take on traditional Hong Kong cuisine involves a focus on seasonal flavors and explorative twists on Cantonese classics. For Father’s Day, grab a reservation in the scenic patio gardens for sit-down service. While you’re there, sample creative cocktails like Satin Jacket, with rhubarb gin, and Slava Ukraini, featuring jalapeno-infused vodka and passionfruit. The entire seasonal menu is balanced and delicious, but the house special crab fried rice is probably what dad’s got his heart set on, so remember to place one order for the table, and another just for him.

 

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RiverMarket Bar & Kitchen

127 West Main St, Tarrytown; 914.631.3100

The wood-fired pizza and calzones at RiverMarket ought to be enough to put RiverMarket on our list for dad, but the eatery’s local Village Bay oyster options and authentic ​​hand-made pasta from the full menu paired with a few of Emilio Ugarte’s Wine and Food Fest-winning cocktails make it a shoe-in.

Tredici NORTH

578 Anderson Hill Rd, Purchase; 914.997.4113

Anything on the menu is sure to please dad, from Chef Fanelli’s inside-out meatballs to the artichoke salad. That said, we feel the Kobe beef ravioli (with caramelized onion, black truffle, and fontina over brown butter sauce) from the dinner menu and brunch’s eggs Benny over Maryland crab cakes (with Canadian bacon and hollandaise) merit special note. Also sure to make dad’s eyebrows peak is the “Fat Bastard” burger with bacon, cheese, sautéed mushrooms, caramelized onions, and a Moretti-battered onion ring served with Tuscan fries.

X2O

71 Water Grant St, Yonkers; 914. 965.1111

Always a great meal, X2O’s dinner menu boasts dad-approved dishes like braised short ribs with truffle potatoes, grilled Portuguese octopus, miso-glazed salmon, and succulent duck breast. Sushi, sides, sweets, and selections from the bar’s elegantly crafted wine and spirits menu are also available. This Father’s Day, take in views of Hudson Valley sunsets while dining on X2O’s unique dishes with multicultural influence.

 

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