7 Tasty Takeout Orders You Need to Place in Westchester

Chicken and broccoli from Chigo in Hawthorne. Photo by Sandro DeCarvalho

With tempting takeout restaurants popping up right and left in Westchester County, there’s no better time to make that food order to-go.

More and more fast-casual takeout spots have been popping up all over Westchester and, while we don’t know if it’s a COVID thing or some other phenomenon, we do know this: We now have a wealth of options at our fingertips to make dinnertime that much easier.

Most offer a handful of non-server-attended tables for a quick bite when you need a change of scene from your kitchen, though there’s still nothing better than a night on the couch, waiting for the “delivery guy” like a kid at Christmas. Here are some of the newest, coolest, and quickest service offerings on the county scene.


1789 Central Park Ave, Yonkers; 914.652.7004

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This spin on Mexican street food creates a fiesta of flavors with its fresh, authentic platos. Jeevan Pullan, owner of highly acclaimed Vega Mexican restaurant in Hartsdale, has opened this crave-worthy spot for indulging in tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and more made with local produce at a reasonable price point. Get some heat with arbol chile peppers in the house-made chips and salsa or “guac” your world with the made-to-order guacamole starter.


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Falafel Place

2219 Central Park Ave, Yonkers; 914.902.0072

We’re falafel-ing in love with this healthy and authentic Mediterranean spot focusing on delicious and healthy house-made hummus incorporated into its plates and pitas and offered in pairings with many other Middle Eastern side dishes. During lunch or dinner, you can reward your taste buds while easing your wallet’s worries. Can’t get enough? Get a one-of-a-kind catering experience for any special event.


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Lubin & Links Sandwich Shop

38 Main St, Tarrytown; 914.372.7979

These heroes are here to save your appetite! Lubin & Links — your one-stop shop for any sandwich and, yes, hotdogs, too! From barbecue to Italian, and chili to sauerkraut, choose a “link” or hotdog, or a “lubin,” the shop’s own creation of seasoned and slow-roasted shredded beef, with your favorite toppings. Get a half or full hero with fries and a drink for just $3.99 and available for delivery right to your doorstep.


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Whole Hog Café

2542 Central Park Ave, Yonkers; 914.713.4924

There’s no shortage of smoky, fall-off-the-bone goodness here with award-winning ribs, pulled pork, chicken, and brisket available on a sandwich or on their own. Call it a meal by choosing two sides like mac and cheese or cornbread, and pair it all with a cup of iced tea. Keep the barbecue going long after the grilling season has ceased with party packs and catering to satisfy any meat lover’s dreams.


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Halal Guys

(Coming soon to Central Park Ave, Yonkers)

Everyone’s favorite Manhattan street food has been making its way to Westchester, as the three Egyptian “guys” behind it have grown the Halal brand into an iconic tourist stop and beyond. The soon-to-open storefront on Central Ave in Yonkers will offer the colorful and delectable platters and gyros with choices of beef, chicken, or falafel, and more. End this quick and satisfying meal with baklava for a full taste of the Middle East.


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58 Saw Mill River Rd, Hawthorne; 914.495.3323

With a play on “Chinese to go,” Chigo is a takeout, delivery-only business model, and what more could you ask for than a night in with Shanghai soup dumplings and sesame chicken? Organic, fresh, and locally sourced ingredients make for an extensive, flavorful menu of Chinese classics full of options for everyone. On a cold day, opt for wonton soup and some spicy fried chicken or beef bao bun. Want more? Get a half or full order of chicken and broccoli and team it with one of the many rice or noodle dishes. This is definitely a knock at the door you’ll want to answer.

Gustico Latin Kitchen

2215 Central Park Ave, Yonkers; 914.652.7733

Gustico Latin Kitchen is a taste of home for Latin Americans and a new craving for those desiring a mouthful of rich, authentic, foreign flavors. The menu focuses on the cuisine south of Mexico with many Peruvian accents populating plates made with anything your corazon desires, from steaks to seafood to whole roasted chickens and oxtails — two of Gustico’s most popular meals. Indulge your sweet tooth with a dessert like flan or dulce las tres leches.

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