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Treat Mom to Some Epic Takeout This Mother’s Day


Admittedly, breakfast in bed loses a bit of its luster when the socially responsible thing to do is already staying home. Still, Mother’s Day is a time to show mom how much she means to you and some of Westchester’s favorite restaurants are making sure you can still do that with amazing celebratory take-out menus.

808 Bistro

808 Scarsdale Ave, Scarsdale
808 is offering up a special Mother’s Day menu including starters like shrimp and lobster bisque, jumbo crab cakes, grilled New Zealand lamb chops, General Sal’s cauliflower, and more. Salads, pasta, and tons of sides pair well with mains like ginger-garlic marinated duck breast, Dijon-grilled salmon, maple-bourbon glazed pork, and vegetable quinoa paella. Options are available by the pint/quart or half/full tray.
Order by May 8.


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900 Fort Hill Rd, Peekskill
Opening a restaurant (and hotel) right as COVID-19 struck isn’t great timing, but renowned Chef John Paidas is making it really work with delectable and reasonably priced brunch and dinner menus. For Mother’s Day, his team is also cooking up a special prix fixe menu for $36 per person.

Choose an antipasti of Hudson Valley greens, petite romaine Caesar, or fresh fruit salads, followed by your choice of entrée: petite osso bucco, caprese frittata, or grilled asparagus. All orders also come with tiramisu for dessert, with bloody Mary mix and Prosecco splits available for a nominal fee.
Order by 4 p.m. on May 5 for pickup on May 9 from noon until 8 p.m.


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Bread & Brine

19 Main St, Hastings-on-Hudson
These seafood specialists are planning Mother’s Day brunch featuring French toast, lobster corned beef hash, house smoked salmon, bucatini, double cheeseburgers, lobster rolls,fried fish sandwiches, Brussels sprouts, ahi tuna poke bowls, poached shrimp salad, fruit salad, pastries, and even a jumbo 1.5lb steamed Maine lobster.

Available May 10 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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Chutney Masala

76 Main St, Irvington
Like we said, mom is a queen and Chutney Masala knows it, evidenced by the Royal Maharani Feast, a $200 family-style meal which includes drinks and desserts. Each feast contains beetroot salad with feta, potato samosas, tandoori salmon bites, veggie basmati pulao, butter chicken, coconut shrimp curry, creamy lamb korma, spinach with paneer, chickpea stew, naan, roasted pineapple lasso to drink, and mango mousse with berries as a finisher. (Vegetarian options and customization are also available.)

Order in advance with a preferred pick-up time.


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The Cookery

39 Chestnut St, Dobbs Ferry
Chef David DiBari’s Dobbs Ferry eatery is famous for their family-style meals, so why should Mother’s Day be any different? Available for curbside pickup are starters like fresh, house-made mozzarella by the pound with house bread with olive oil and vincotto ($15), heirloom meatballs by the half ($60) and full ($110) tray, spring salad and braised butter beans ($48 each), and a seasonal favorite, the chef’s take on a pizza rustica: spring quiche with ramps, house bacon, ricotta, and a parmigiana shortbread crust ($45 for a 10″ pie).

Entrées include eggplant parmigiana ($55 half-tray/ $95 full-tray), lasagna bolognese ($75/$135), pork osso bucco with polenta ($80/$145), grilled salmon ($75/$135), chicken al matone ($75/$135), and cauliflower ravioli with lemon brown butter ($38 dozen/ $75 two-dozen). For dessert, treat mom and la famiglia to chocolate chip sandwich cookies with buttercream ($15 for 6/$25 for a dozen), blueberry cornmeal cake with lemon custard and toasted meringue ($45), or old faithful, stickabutta pie ($55).
Order by 8 p.m. Friday, May 8 for curbside pickup on Mother’s Day from noon until 5 p.m.

Dubrovnik Restaurant

721 Main St, New Rochelle
New Rochelle’s iconic Croatian restaurant is offering Mother’s Day lunch for preorder with a 10% discount. Choose a la carte appetizers like grilled calamari, black cuttlefish risotto, homemade vegetable soup, and more. Salads are also available alongside heartier main dishes such as octopus “under the bell,” roasted cornish hen, filet mignon, and seared soft shell crab. Indulge in the famed house palačinke sweet crepes for dessert, or try your hand at carob cake, chocolate mousse, and more. Dubrovnik is even offering free delivery right now within an 8 mile radius.
Order by May 8.


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Hudson Social

11 Station Plaza, Dobbs Ferry
Social is breaking out a family-style meal indicative of its usual jovial atmosphere. Serving 4 to 6 people for $175, choose either herb roasted chateaubriand or grilled Atlantic salmon, paired with two sides: roasted red bliss potatoes, grilled asparagus, crispy maple Brussels sprouts with bacon and almonds, rice pilaf, or baby greens salad. The meal comes with assorted desserts included, and you can even add a bottle of wine for a $20 add-on fee.
Order by 5 p.m. on May 7 for pickup between noon and 1 p.m. on Mother’s Day.


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698 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley
L’Inizio is lavishing mom with attention all day, starting with a Mother’s Day Brunch a la carte menu with starters like avocado toast and sweet cinnamon bomboloni doughnuts and entrées like French toast, porcini mushroom creste di gallo with kale and parmigiana, and rigatoni carbonara. There’s also plenty of dessert and sides, wine-to-go, and the option of adding on pink marshmallows or a box of Champagne truffles!
Order by May 6 for pickup on Mother’s Day, May 10, at either noon or 1 p.m.

Not a morning mom? Grab a 3-course ($100) or 4-course ($130) family-style dinner that feeds four to five people. Appetizers include buratta and cherry tomato salad, followed by pasta dishes like cavatelli with fennel sausage Bolognese and rigatoni a la vodka. There’s still plenty of sides and an expanded dessert menu, as well as wine and add-on gifts at an additional charge.
Order by May 6 for pickup on Mother’s Day at 5:30 p.m. or 6:30 p.m.

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19 Bank St, White Plains
White Plains’ pasta-and-pinsa joint has teamed up with another local business, LOLA New York, to offer a one-stop shop for Mother’s Day goodies. The restaurant will be offer half ($59) or full trays ($99) of its house-made lasagna in addition to its regular take-out menu, each coming with a $10 gift card to LOLA to help mom pick out the perfect gift.
Order by 8 p.m. on May 7 for pickup on Saturday, May 9.

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The Rare Bit

23 Cedar St, Dobbs Ferry
The Rare Bit I also going family-style this year, serving up a Mother’s Day menu where each dish is designed to serve 4 to 6 people. Starters and sides include little gem salad, harissa roasted carrots, and fava bean succotash, while mains highlight the gastropub’s eclectic flavors: prime rib, shakshuka, chicken tikka masala, and more.

Desserts and a kids menu are also available, as are cocktails-to-go, beer growlers, and even a special Mother’s Day brunch plate of vegetable frittata, bacon, sausage, brioche French toast with syrup, and home fries.
Available for pickup or delivery on May 10 from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.


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Sambal Thai & Malay

4 West Main St, Irvington
Personally, there’s few things my grandmother loves more than a trip to an Asian buffet. Sambal is bringing that experience home with a $200 family-style meal of tom yum soup, salad, steamed pork dumplings, Malay beef satay, basil fried rice, basil chicken chili, shrimp penang curry, lamb massaman, vegetable stir fry, and tofu pad Thai, with plenty of Thai iced tea and mango mousse with berries for dessert.
Order in advance with a requested pickup slot.


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Sam’s of Gedney Way

52 Gedney Way, White Plains
Sam’s is giving mom a double dose of love this year, with both brunch and dinner options available for takeout. The prix fixe brunch runs $34.95 per person (minimum of 4) and includes a mini scones and fruit Danish platter with caprese, cinnamon raisin French toast with berry compote, spinach and Swiss frittata, applewood smoked bacon, roasted chicken with mushroom demi-glaze, salmon, and sautéed spring veggies.

Dinner runners 39.95 per person, including pull-apart rolls; Caesar or farm field green salads; a meat, cheese, and pickled veggie board; braised short ribs, roasted chicken with mushroom demi-glaze, salmon, and roasted fingerling potatoes. Either meal can also add on shrimp cocktail, Buffalo wings, penne, or a variety of desserts for an added charge. DIY cocktails and wine by the bottle are also available.
Order by May 4 for pickup on May 9 from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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71 Water Grant St, Yonkers
Chef Peter Kelly is rolling out the red carpet for mom with appetizers like jumbo coconut shrimp, “Grand Mere” pate, baby arugula salad, and short rib ravioli with foie gras and truffle butter. (All $10.) Mains ($26-$28) include seared jumbo scallops, honey and sake glazed Farroe Island salmon, grilled Berkshire pork chop, and jumbo shrimp with herbed butter. For dessert ($7.50), select from crème brûlée, red velvet cake with mascarpone frosting, and a Belgian chocolate dome with a soft caramel center and ganache. Wines like Prosecco, pinot gris, and cabernet sauvignon are available as ($28-$35). (Or any spirit or wine you’d like by special request!)

Prefer something a little more family-style? Kelly also gives you the option of choosing a whole roast chicken with herbs, risotto, and vegetables ($50) or a grilled cowboy ribeye with brown sugar-cayenne rub, potatoes, and veggies ($80), with optional add-ons like a four-person Caesar salad ($18) or butternut squash soup by the quart. ($15).

Order by Friday, May 8 for curbside or walk-in pickup on May 10 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.


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