3 Post-Hike Food Spots In Mount Kisco
You just went hiking, got some exercise, and are feeling super-healthy. Now it’s time to stuff your face.
Courtesy of Westmoreland Sanctuary
Westmoreland Sanctuary made our list of Top 5 Hiking Trails in Westchester and with good reason: it’s both beautiful and remote enough you can really feel like you’re getting away from everything for a few hours.
Also, it’s right next to Mount Kisco for after, when you’ve worked up an appetite. Here are our top picks for where to replenish those precious lost calories.
From pesticide- and GMO-free produce to grass-fed, cage-free chicken and eggs, to fair-trade beverages, if you’re going to stuff your face, this is the way to do it. With lettuce wraps and grain bowls, classic burgers topped with duck bacon (duck bacon!), and decadent desserts, we hope you enjoyed your hike because you may never want to move again.
445 Main Street
When you’re fully beat, nothing tops classic diner food. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, whether you cool down with pancakes and a milkshake or steak and Scotch, everyone in your party can hike away happy.
252 East Main Street
If tacos are what you crave after physical exertion, head to the hacienda. With plenty of authentic and more modern Mexican dishes, their lunch and dinner menus are the perfect follow-up to an afternoon or early evening hike. You can even order online, if your cellphone has service, that is.
443 Lexington Ave.