This Hot NYC Dining Trend Has Come to Westchester

Maple & Rose is bringing the all-day-café concept to Mamaroneck.



The all-day café has become a model of how diners like to eat in 2019: a stylish, airy space; Instagram-worthy, vegetable-forward dishes; prices that are affordable; and a dedication to local sourcing and serious coffee that’s appealing whether it’s 8 a.m. or 8 p.m. For some reason, however, the trend, which has taken off in NYC, hasn’t quite caught on in Westchester. But with the opening of Maple & Rose in Mamaroneck earlier this month, we’re betting that’s about to change. Let’s take a look at Matt Gorney and Ryan Hart’s new restaurant.

 


Photo courtesy of Maple & Rose

Located on the ground floor of Grand Street Lofts, a new luxury-rental development, the space has big windows, seating for 42, and plenty of outlets for patrons who want to linger over breakfast or lunch and some Intelligentsia coffee.

 


Photos courtesy of Maple & Rose

Sandwiches, available to eat-in or takeaway, include soppressata with pecorino, pickled-vegetable aioli, and arugula, and the vegetarian beet-hummus-chickpea sandwich with fennel and olive tapenade.

While waiting to place your order (it’s counter-service only), browse the selection at the marketplace, which includes ceramics, pantry items, single-origin coffees, chocolates, cookbooks, and house-made items like pickles and pestos.

 


Photo by Heather Sommer

The menu is broken into sections, starting with open-face tartines made on thick-cut Sullivan Street Bakery bread like this avocado toast topped with pickled red onions, preserved lemon, and Aleppo pepper.

 


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Of the three salads on offer, this spinach salad with creamy goat cheese, hazelnuts, currants, and syrupy saba is Gorney’s favorite.

 


Photo by Samantha Garbarini

While the entire menu will change with the seasons, the market section will focus exclusively on what’s being harvested now. For spring, offerings include this pea-and-prosciutto bowl with new potatoes, baby romaine, and spring onion.

 


Photo courtesy of Maple & Rose

The fried chicken is a customer favorite, and it’s easy to see why. Brined for two days in buttermilk, it’s double dredged, super crispy, and finished with Catskill Provisions honey and fried thyme and rosemary.

 

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