Meme’s Treats cookies come in flavors like banana oatmeal walnut and white chocolate almond chunk, among others.
Prophecy’s new offerings include a 14-course wine dinner.
Prophecy Restaurant (15 S Broadway, White Plains 914-285-0900; prophecywhiteplains.com), which originally opened as a nightclub/party venue and pays homage to the look of a medieval castle’s great hall, has a new partner and revamped menu. Besides new à la carte dishes, mostly Italian and Spanish influenced, the restaurant now offers a 14-course chef selected tasting menu paired with wines for $75 plus. Mains to try include homemade pappardelle with a pork shoulder ragù, baby lamb chops, and Atlantic salmon in a roasted garlic sauce. Entrées range from $16 to $27. Prophecy is open Tuesday through Saturday for dinner. The new partner, Salvatore Callarame, was once co-owner of the now defunct Baci in Larchmont
Mediterranean restaurant Fig & Olive (696 Post Rd, Scarsdale 914-725-2900; figandolive.com), which does not cook with butter but olive oil, introduces new summer menus inspired by the season’s freshest products. The Aperitivo menu (available daily from 4 to 7 pm and after 9 pm) has hors d’oeuvres (complimentary with the purchase of certain $5 to $8 cocktails) such as crudités, bruschette, dips, roasted vegetables, and seasonal focaccia breads. The Cicchetti menu features a selection of cheese, crostini, and mixed olives ($5.50 to $19). The new dinner menu includes items such as chilled cucumber and pink peppercorn soup and grilled branzino with a fig and balsamic glaze. Mains range from $17 to $39. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and dinner; brunch is on the weekends
Online grocer FreshDirect (866-511-1240; freshdirect.com) launched a line of gourmet vegetarian heat-and-eat meals; among the 11 entrées are falafel and Mediterranean mezze, steamed whole-wheat edamame buns, and Thai cashew and tempeh curry. The cost ranges from $7 to $9. FreshDirect’s Chef Tina Bourbeau, who formerly worked as Head Chef at Nobu Next Door in Manhattan, developed the line
The owners of Lucky Buddha in Thornwood have opened Buddha (1 & 1A Rye Ridge Rd, Rye Brook 914-481-4651), an Asian fusion restaurant sporting a contemporary décor with hibachi tables and a sushi bar. The restaurants’ menus are nearly identical with only minor differences. Special rolls range from $12 to $15 while traditional hibachi-style dishes are between $14 and $39. Buddha is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week
H-Mart (371 N Central Ave, Hartsdale; hmart.com), the Korean supermarket chain, will be opening late summer/early fall on Central Avenue in the space that once housed Pathmark. The market specializes in fish, fresh produce, and Asian specialty products.