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A TASTE OF MAMARONECK WINE TRAIL – REPOST

Hosted by the Chamber of Commerce this exciting (and tasty) event gives you the opportunity to ride a trolley to village restaurants to taste wine and sample foods.

Date: Sunday, May 6th
Cost: $50 in Advance | $60 at Registration
Registration: 12:30pm on 5/6 at Harbor Island Park (trolley runs from 1-5pm)

Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Click here to purchase tickets online.

 

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A TASTE OF MAMARONECK WINE TRAIL

Hosted by the Chamber of Commerce this exciting (and tasty) event gives you the opportunity to ride a trolley to village restaurants to taste wine and sample foods.

Date: Sunday, May 6th
Cost: $50 in Advance | $60 at Registration
Registration: 12:30pm on 5/6 at Harbor Island Park (trolley runs from 1-5pm)

Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Click here to purchase tickets online.

 

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Westchester Magazine’s 2018 Wine & Food Festival
Dates: June 5 – June 10
A not-to-be missed experience celebrating the culinary spirit of Westchester County. Seven events held over seven days in June will be a feast of gourmet food, wines, beer, best burgers in the county, award-winning chefs and much more. On Sunday, June 10th there is a Junior Chef Experience as well.

For the complete calendar of events, details and ticket options please CLICK HERE.

 

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The Tannery American Bistro and Bar
Contemporary American restaurant with locally sourced ingredients, crafts beers and unique wine list. Children’s menu available.

Address: 7 Purdy Street, Harrison, New York
Phone: 914.835.8335
Website: https://tanneryny.com/home

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This weekend we move the clocks forward an hour and lose some of our valuable time on Sunday. Therefore, it is a great day to treat yourself to a delicious brunch at one of these local eateries:
Poppys Cafe (mom and pop shop with counter seating)
27 Purchase Street in Rye

Rose Mary and Vine (vegetarian)
29 Purchase Street in Rye

On the Way Cafe (family friendly)
34 Ridgeland Terrace in Rye

Le Pan Quotidien (feel like you are back in NYC)
30 Purchase Street in Rye

273 Kitchen (farm to table)
273 Halstead Avenue in Harrison

Capers (unlimited brunch drinks 11 to 2)
531 North Main Street in Port Chester

Westchester Burger (waffle tacos or hangover burger)
275 South Ridge Street in Rye Brook

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A recent article in Westchester Magazine (15 Food and Drink Spots We’re Looking Forward to Opening in 2018 by Samantha Garbarini) featured the following upcoming restaurants in our area:

Taco Shack
When: March
Where: 25 N Main Street, Port Chester
Taco Shack will be the Taqueria’s first sit-down location, complete with full bar serving margaritas and a series of cocktails built ever-trendy mezcal.

Sweet Charlie’s
WhenMarch
Where362 Mamaroneck Avenue, Mamaroneck
This East Coast chain will bring Thai-rolled ice cream to Westchester. Bases include frozen-yogurt and vegan options, and topping combos feature flavors like chocolate-peanut-butter pretzel, s’mores, mint Oreo, and the SoCal, made with açai, honey, coconut, and banana.

Decadent Ales Taproom at Half Time
When: Spring
Where: 139 Hoyt Avenue, Mamaroneck
It’s already the county’s best beer store, but starting this spring, Half Time will also be home to Decadent Ales’ brewing operations. The store will convert space into a brewery and taproom for the Mamaroneck-based brewery, where they’ll pour Decadent on draft and lines curated by Half Time. Plans include a full restaurant menu.

Colony Grill
WhenMay
Where35 Abendroth Avenue, Port Chester
For the Connecticut institution known for its hot oil pie, this will be the first New York location. The 170-seat pub space will front the Byram River (with outdoor seating in warm weather) and will serve its bar-style pies until 1 am on weekends.

Rafele Rye
WhenTBD
Where26 Purchase Street, Rye
Chopped champion Raffaele Ronca’s Rye restaurant (he’s also the chef at Ristorante Rafele in NYC) is expected to open in the first half of 2018. Expect classics from his Neapolitan upbringing plus his mother’s cheesecake, named one of the best in America by Food & Wine.

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Piccolo
While there are no shortages of Italian restaurants in our area, Piccolo on North Main Street in Port Chester is a new one worth checking out. This cozy family-owned restaurant serves delicious Italian food, brought fresh each day from Arthur Avenue where the chef Stefano lives with his wife. Originally from Rome, Stefano now works at Piccolo with his uncle Peter J. Niglia who is the proprietor. For the menu and restaurant hours click HERE.

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