Mamaroneck: Quick Places to Find Dinner When You’re On The Run

Where to grab dinner to-go after work, like Sal’s Pizza or Lum Yen.

Sal’s Pizza
“Sal’s is a local legend for its monolithic Sicilian slices,” Sexton says. “Get a crusty, caramelized corner slice and sit in the front window. Or, if you’re pressed for time, take one of those weighty, tombstone-sized boxes of dreamy Sicilian back home.” 316 Mamaroneck Ave (914) 381-2022,

Hash o Nash 
“Falafel, hummus, shawarma, kebabs—you know the deal,” Sexton says. “Hash o Nash is a great spot for quick, often healthy, takeaways. Plus, its Middle Eastern cuisine is vegetarian friendly. Look for delicious fried halloumi cheese.” 441 Mamaroneck Ave, (914) 630-7310,

Lum Yen
“Sometimes,” says Sexton, “all you want is a Mai-Tai and a pu pu platter. Big, glitzy Lum Yen hearkens back to that innocent, mid-century age when Chinese food was fun." Speaking of fun, “Snag some sweet-and-sour takeout and download tiki drink recipes for home,” Sexton advises. 100 W Boston Post Rd, (914) 698-6881,

Others you might consider:

Cafe Mozart
With locally sourced live music on the weekend and great dishes and drinks all week, this European-style café suits both business and family for dinner. With a large coffee and dessert menu, Mozart is just as good a spot for afternoon meetings.  308 Mamaroneck Ave, (914) 698-4166

Le Provençal Bistro
The menu features both classic French dishes and modern American plates, pleasing a diversity of palates at this Parisian-styled restaurant known for its large French wine selection and three-course mussels meal. 436 Mamaroneck Ave (914) 777-2324,

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