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Table Local Market (11 Babbitt Rd, Bedford Hills 914-241-0269) is continuing its Spring Dinner Series with a Firing up the Grill event on April 8 (hamburgers, hot dogs, and French fries; $50 pp; $25 for kids under 14) and, on April 23, a dinner dubbed A Taste of Spring ($75 pp). Seating is at 7 pm; up to 20 people can be accommodated

To celebrate 25 years in business, Portuguese/Brazilian restaurant Caravela (53 N Broadway, Tarrytown 914-631-1863) offers a $25 three-course dinner throughout the year (except Saturdays). The menu features dishes such as grilled Atlantic salmon, spinach fettuccine with braised lamb; veal stew, and pan-seared tilapia

Anyone interested in a super-sized Easter chocolate bunny should rush over to Chocolations (607 E Boston Post Rd, Mamaroneck 914-777-3600). It takes owner Maria Valente three days to construct her special seven-and-a-half pound bunny that stands just over two feet. The cost: $200

Joseph Giordano, previously chef at Valbella in Manhattan, heads the kitchen at Gabriele’s Italian Steakhouse (35 Church St, Greenwich, Connecticut 203-622-4223). The bi-level space (which had housed Luca’s of Greenwich) has four fireplaces and a 2,000-bottle wine/dining room. The contemporary menu includes pan-roasted gnocchi Bolognese, lobster spaghetti, and Berkshire pork chop. All meats are prime. Entrées range from $18 to $36; steaks from $37 to $62. Leanne Mascoli, formerly executive pastry chef for the Trotters Restaurant Group, is the pastry chef, offering such desserts as butter-browned French toast stuffed with Nutella and icebox cake with chocolate wafers and mascarpone vanilla cream

A luscious duck carbonara from Morello Bistro.

All the meat at Gabriele’s Italian Steakhouse, including this T-bone, are hand selected aged, prime beef.

 

Indian street food has come to downtown Mount Kisco via Little Kebab Station (31 E Main St 914-242-7000). Clay-oven-baked breads are churned out daily and used in Bombay Frankie rolls to hold spiced lamb, chicken tikka, or paneer ($5-$6), as accompaniments to kebab platters ($10-$15), or for dipping into vindaloo, madras, vegan, korma, and saag curries ($9-$15). Open every day for lunch and dinner, Little Kebab Station is Wi-Fi-friendly and uses compostable packaging

The new Sienna at CABO (107 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains 914-358-9060) serves Traditional American and Italian dishes created by Chef Matthew Alexander, previously of 42, Asia de Cuba, and Buddakan. Main dishes offered include marinated skirt steak, rack of lamb, and chicken martini ($17-$29). A late-night bar menu is served until midnight, 21 wines-by-the glass are offered, and event evenings include American Idol Tuesdays, Salsa Wednesdays, and live DJs Thursday to Saturday. Sienna at CABO is open Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner

Hollow Brook Golf Club has opened a Parisian bistro, The Woods at Hollow Brook (1060 Oregon Rd, Cortlandt Manor 914-734-1500). Chef Walter Rivalsi, formerly of La Panetière in Rye and Le Château in South Salem, leads the kitchen, cooking up dishes such as cassoulet and chicken paillard ($13-$19). Housemade desserts to sample are the chocolate soufflé and fresh berry Melba. The Woods is open for dinner to the public Tuesday to Friday plus Sunday

The Volcano Burger from The Burger Factory may require a knife and fork to devour.

SmokeHouse Chili-Grill (606 North Ave, New Rochelle 914-813-8686) has a new craft beer selection including 12 draft lines with rotating choices from, among other brewers, Blue Point, Brooklyn, and Ommegang

Japanese eatery Ichi Riki (1 E Main St, Elmsford 914-592-2220) has a few new additions to its menu: oyster miso soup with tofu ($12.50); roast duck on cooked green scallion ($13); spicy tuna tartar ($12); scallop carpaccio ($12); a cucumber-wrapped naruto roll with salmon, tuna, yellowtail, avocado, and Masago caviar ($12.95); a phoenix roll consisting of shrimp tempura topped with eel, tuna, and avocado ($15); and stuffed trout ($18)

Morello Bistro (235 Greenwich Ave, Greenwich, Connecticut 203-661-3443) has new choices on its menu of rustic Italian cuisine: duck carbonara ($16/$21); thyme-encrusted halibut ($26); Berkshire pork chop ($26); roasted chicken with braised escarole ($24); and roasted red snapper ($25)

The Kringas family is set to open a second Niko’s Greek Taverna before the end of the month at 599 E Boston Post Rd in Mamaroneck. The offerings will be the same as that of the White Plains location with the exception of a new specials menu

Themed custom cakes are the specialty of ABC Cakes (414 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck 914-630-2858), opened by Port Chester resident Duran Radulovic, who learned cake baking and decorating working with her parents, who owned a bakery in Portland, Oregon. Cake flavors include lemon poppy seed, spiced sour cream, and gingerbread, among others. A cake serving 20 to 25 costs $75. A party room in back hosts children’s cake decorating parties and adult baking classes ($65 to $100/class)

A new selection of burgers is offered at The Burger Factory (144 Bedford Rd, Armonk 914-219-5675). Among them: the Volcano Burger with rings of onion fried atop cheese sauce, onions, and bacon ($6.50, comes with side salad); the Reuben Burger, dressed in layers of Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and russian dressing ($5.25); and the Cowboy Burger with seasoned mashed potatoes, diced cheddar, and diced bacon ($6.50, comes with side salad).

 

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