Dig Inn Digs Westchester

The popular Manhattan-based fast-casual food chain brings its healthful eats north.

In a bid to break into Westchester’s wealth of health-conscious consumers, the fast-casual farm-to-table hit Dig Inn has set up shop in Rye Ridge Shopping Center. The Rye Brook location marks the first opening outside Manhattan for the chain, which specializes in organic, locally sourced food. 

Photo Courtesy of Andrew Dominick

“As we considered where to open our first suburban location, we realized many of our farmers and partners had roots in the Hudson Valley/Westchester area,” says Dig Inn CEO/founder Adam Eskin, who launched the business in 2011. “Our ecosystem already revolves around the bountiful vegetables they produce, so Rye Ridge really felt like home for us.” Grain bowls, vegetable dishes, market salads, and wild seafood can all be found on the menu at the new Rye Brook outpost, where most mains cost between $5 and $12. (There goes your excuse for ordering pizza or greasy Chinese with your colleagues at lunchtime.)



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