If there’s one thing we love, it’s amazing food. That’s why this week we’re gaga to announce that the hottest events to hit are all culinary delights. Check out the full list below and RSVP now!
Federated Conservationists of Westchester County are holding their kick-off “Pub Talk” from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. are Broken Bow in Tuckahoe. The inaugural guest speaker will be Braeden Cohen, Operations Manager at Sustainable Materials Management. Cohen will give some background of SMM and the project to open Westchester’s first commercial organics/scrap food composting facility in Cortlandt Manor. Plus there’s beer!
Aug. 23 — Wine & Cheese Moonlit Walk at Audubon Greenwich
Jump the border this Thursday and head to the Audubon’s Greenwich, CT location for an evening of wine and snacks in the group’s historic Asnes Barn. After, take an evening stroll with a guide under the waxing gibbous moon, listening to the sounds of local fauna! Members can reserve a spot for only $5 ($8 for non-members) and the event is understandably 21-and-up.
Aug. 25 & 26 — Putnam County Wine & Food Fest
Just a hop, skip, and a jump away in Patterson you’ll find the Putnam County Wine & Food Fest this weekend, with tons of local dishes; wines, ciders, and spirits; and plenty of family-friendly activities. Parking is free, or take the Harlem line straight to the Patterson Metro-North station and imbibe to your liver’s delight! Tickets range $10-$27.
Aug. 26 — Prix Fixe Brunch at Dubrovnik
Every month, New Rochelle’s Dubrovnik Restaurant carts out Nona’s Sunday Brunch, and incredible menu of delectable breakfast and lunch items that function almost as a tasting menu for the Old World flavors and techniques that permeate this popular Croatian eatery. “Brunch” lasts all day, from 11 a.m. all the way through to 5 p.m. Best of all, the cost is only $45 per person (plus drinks, tax, and tip, of course)! Call 914.637.3777 for reservations.
Aug. 25 — Giving Back
For a different kind of warm-and-fuzzies, Volunteer New York! has organized several drives this Saturday to help alleviate hunger in the county. Volunteers are still needed to distribute free produce and other nutritious foods in Port Chester with Feeding Westchester and Open Door Family Medical Center’s “market on wheels,” and their “Share the Wealth” free produce share in Mamaroneck. Bagged lunches are also being prepared in Mount Vernon Friday afternoon at the CSA Soup Kitchen.