This Asian-Braised Pork Shank From Winston's Fall Menu Is Calling Your Name

French Culinary Institute-trained chef Michael Williams has put together inventive new dishes featuring garden-to-table seasonally inspired ingredients.

In addition to the fall-infused food offerings, the 81-seat restaurant added autumn cocktails like the pumpkin mojito, herbed pear cocktail, and warm Kentucky cider, plus the Vintage Sundays promotion where a select list of wines (e.g., Taitinger Brut, Joseph Droughin Chablis, Belle Glos Pinot Noir, and Cakebread Cabernet Sauvignon) are 50 percent off on Sunday evenings.

A pumpkin mojito is a winning cocktail.

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Vegetable spring rolls with shiitake mushrooms, Taiwan cabbage, Thai chili, cilantro, carrots, and sweet chili remoulade.

Asian-braised pork shank with savoy cabbage.

Chipolte-encrusted cod.

Gruyere potato dumplings are accompanied by asparagus, corn, butternut squash, and hazelnut.

Moroccan honey-glazed Hudson Valley Magret duck breast.

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Pan-seared diver scallops with cannelini bean, leek, and asparagus.

The beef carpaccio with sweet Maya onion is almost too beautiful to eat.

The beef Negimaki features grilled asparagus and scallion wrapped in thinly sliced beef.

An assortment of house-made cookies.

Apple tart with candied walnuts.

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130 East Main St., Mt Kisco

Cuisine: New American
Entrées: $19-$38

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