Best Eating and Drinking Experiences In Westchester: Newcomers

61 Burrata Wood Fired Pizza
Tender, smoky, wood-fired rounds and house-made burrata make this cheery Eastchester newcomer a welcome family favorite. The kids will love the pizzas while the parents dig wine and beer—and, when you’ve had a bad day, don’t miss the Negroni.

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60 Bistro Latino’s Tapas
Rafael Palomino’s new spot slings reverent Spanish tapas—Ibearean cheeses, salumi, and Bellota ham —with globe-trotting, well-priced wines and trendy, Latin American cocktails.

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62 Club Car
Chef Brian MacMenamin’s latest blockbuster restaurant is housed in the glorious, restored Mamaroneck’s Metro-North station. Look for an eclectic mix of crowd-pleasing favorites including pastas, burgers, and steaks—and don’t miss the oysters.

63 Pizza at Coals
This Port Chester offshoot of a Bronx original grills its pizza over coals—look for toasty, crisp, charred rounds that Peter Meehan, co-author of Momofuku the cookbook, called “unlike any other pizza in the borough—or in the rest of the City, for that matter.”

64 Farmer & the Fish
Stepping into the Revolutionary War-era structure (which formerly housed John-Michael’s Restaurant and Purdys Homestead), Farmer & the Fish offers a bustling raw bar and lobster scene for local folks that can’t fly to their Nantucket vacation houses that night.

65 The Cookery’s DoughNation Pizza Truck
Do you know the tender, milky blast of The Cookery’s house-made mozzarella? How about its handmade sausage and pomodoro sauce?  Well, imagine all that on a wood-fired pizza. ’Nuff said. Look for the truck at the Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, and Irvington farmers’ markets—plus, at the Captain Lawrence Tasting Room in Elmsford.

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66 MP Taverna
He’s Greek, he’s bold, and he’s hitting Irvington with the stylish take on Hellenic dishes that made him famous at Manhattan’s Anthos, Fishtag, and Kefi. Look for style and substance in this modestly priced newcomer that breathes new life into Irvington’s riverfront.

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67 Hudson at Haymount House (Above)
Packing the double-whammy of a historic house and a hot new chef, Hudson at Haymount House is shaking up Westchester’s fine-dining lineup. Before Hudson, Chef Scott Riesenberger cooked under David Bouley and Alain Ducasse. His last position as chef de cuisine at Chef Paul Liebrandt’s Corton—and now he’s in Briarcliff Manor spinning Hudson Valley ingredients into high-style eats with a view.

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