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The Boathouse—4 or 6 Westerly Rd, Ossining (914) 923-6466. Between a marina and a yacht club sits this 50-seat waterside eatery with ex-caterers Val Polidoro and Scott London in the kitchen preparing dishes such as shrimp Luciano; seafood pot pie; roasted pork loin in a sherry- fig sauce; and stuffed burgers on ciabatta. A 25-seat patio facing the Hudson and Croton Point Park is open in warmer weather. Open every day for lunch and dinner; brunch on Sun. Reservations taken only for parties of eight or more. $$$ ECLECTIC

Masuki—109 Halstead Ave, Harrison (914) 777-0775. One of the original Benihana chefs Noda Makoto does the cooking at this tiny (17 seats, including a three-seat sushi bar and hibachi table) Japanese restaurant. Full sushi bar menu plus udon, teriyaki, and tempura dishes are among the offerings. Lunch and dinner Tues through Sat; lunch only Mon; dinner only Sun. Reservations suggested. $$$ JAPANESE/SUSHI

EOS Greek Cuisine—490 Summer St, Stamford, CT (203) 569-6250; eosgreekcuisine.com. The sole option for Greek fine dining in Fairfield County is this family-owned contemporary restaurant serving main courses such as char-grilled lamb chops, char-grilled half-chicken with oregano and lemon,; and pastitsio (“Greek lasagna”). Sidewalk dining in warmer months. An international wine list is offered with bottles ranging from $20tto $145. $$ GREEK

Sea-Breeze One—290 Drake Ave, New Rochelle (914) 740-7466. Replacing Dockside is this modern seafood restaurant in a blue-green nautical décor. Entrées include fire-roasted monkfish, seared ahi tuna, porcini-crusted rack of lamb, and broiled lemon sole with leeks and cannellini beans. A tiki bar is open on warm- weather weekends to enjoy the views of Long Island Sound. Open Tues through Sun for lunch and dinner (every day in summer). $$$ SEAFOOD

Soma107 Restaurant and Lounge—107 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains (914) 682-6795; vovrestaurants.com. Heading the kitchen at this 130-seat modern American eatery whose menu has Asian influences is James Cawley, recently with New Rochelle’s MacMenamin’s Grill & ChefWorks. Entrées to try include the Sapporo Reserve braised short ribs, chorizo-crusted swordfish, and the 10-ounce Giertz Brothers pork chop. A separate bar menu at the upstairs lounge and a private chef’s table are also offered. Lunch Mon to Thur; dinner every day. Reservations suggested. NEW AMERICAN $$$$

The Rye Grill & Bar—1 S Plaza, Rye (914) 967-0332; ryegrill.com. This bi-level Rye eatery in the Metro-North parking lot has reopened after an almost two-year renovation. Some entrées to try are pan-seared scallops, grilled cowboy steak, grilled swordfish steak, and farfalle with hot Italian sausage. Open for lunch and dinner Mon to Sat; Sundays brunch and dinner. Reservations recommended. $$$$ TRADITIONAL AMERICAN

DON COQUI (formerly MacMenamin’s Grill & ChefWorks)—115 Cedar St, New Rochelle (914) 632-4900. In place of the New American MacMenamin’s is restaurateur Jimmy Rodriguez’s (Manhattan’s Sofrito, Jimmy’s Bronx Café) Latin American upscale eatery. The menu offerings include seafood paella, plantain-crusted red snapper, slow-roasted pork with pigeon pea rice; and dry-aged certified Angus steaks. Cooking school on premises and live music until 2 am weekends. Open Mon to Sat for dinner; Sun for brunch. Reservations suggested. LATIN AMERICAN $$$
 

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