Eat With Your Eyes: Rye House
A visual guide to the offerings at this gastropub in Port Chester.
The hanger steak with roasted corn and poblano peppers is perhaps the best dish at Rye House.
Photos by Sandro de Carvalho Photography
A sister restaurant to Rye House and Sala One Nine in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, Port Chester’s Rye House features an elevated pub menu of locally sourced ingredients in a setting of exposed brick, reclaimed wood columns, and farmhouse furnishings.
To pair with your truffle grilled cheese or artisan cheese board, don’t miss something from the impressive beverage program that includes American small-batch whiskies, rotating craft beers, and creative libations by culinary graduate and master mixologist Sarah Pyles.
Rye House in Port Chester
Entrées: $17 to $28
Crispy shrimp (yes that means deep-fried) with a Creole remoulade for dipping
The truffle grilled cheese with fontina
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