Four Westchester County Business Owners on What They Had for Lunch

Four company heads let us know what keeps them fueled for business.



Most of us don’t even remember the days of the luxurious thick-steak-and-three-martini power lunch, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have to eat. Below, four local—and very busy—business people tell us how they keep their blood sugar (and their productivity) from crashing.

“I’ve been known to have more than one lunch meeting per day at Le Pain Quotidien in Rye. Their new mushroom omelet has become a favorite of mine.”
—Tracy Kay, Executive Director, Westchester Children’s Museum, Rye


“Although I generally don’t have time for lunch, I always love going to Tre Angelina in White Plains, because they make me delicious gnocchi with pesto sauce that is not even on the menu!”
—Leslie H. Tayne, The Law Offices of Leslie H. Tayne, P.C., White Plains and Mount Kisco

“I recharged my batteries today with takeout—steamed dumplings, pork fried rice, and an egg roll. I think the effects of the large sugar-free Red Bull that I drank this morning will also help keep me going.”
—John Iorio, Owner, Fun Time Amusements and Bounce the Party Place, Yorktown

“A protein shake with hemp seeds and berries blended in the car on the way to teach yoga at my studio.”
—Susan Rubin, Founder, Sage Yoga, Armonk

 

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