New Stores in Westchester: Chef City in White Plains, Kenneth Hutter Auctions in Mamroneck, and Sephora in Yonkers
65 Tarrytown Rd, White Plains
We've heard Tarry Lodge chef Andy Nusser picked up 30 cake pans from Chef City, a new shop for restaurant-quality equipment and supplies. Other local pros who are fans include the owners of Per Voi Ristorante in Port Chester and Park 143 Bistro in Bronxville and Chef Lucini of King Street Restaurant and Bar in Chappaqua. Open to the public, this 7,000-square-foot, easy-to-navigate space is chock full of kitchen supplies from Libbey glassware and CAC China to Robo Coupe food processors and Baker’s Pride ovens. Prices run from $3.72 for pocket thermometers to $10,000 for a Beverage-Air commercial refrigerator. High-volume discounts are available.
Kenneth Hutter Auctions, Inc.
135 Hoyt Ave, Mamaroneck
Armonk resident Kenneth Hutter, principal auctioneer and appraiser, who worked with his father at the now-defunct, family-owned Tepper Galleries in Manhattan, launched this eponymous auction house. “We knew from personal experience that Westchester residents appreciate fine antiques,” Hutter says. Specializing in 19th- and 20th-century furniture, fine art, silver, porcelain, and jewelry, Hutter Auctions purchases both entire estates and individual items, and holds monthly auctions. Thinking there’s treasure in your attic? Bring your family heirlooms for a complimentary drop-in appraisal, Tuesdays between 11 am and 3 pm.
1 Ridge Hill Blvd, Yonkers
Stocked with every potion, lotion, balm, cream, gel, and mousse known to humankind, Sephora is like one big, glittering candy store for beauty seekers. Customers are encouraged to try samples from more than 200 lines of cosmetics, skincare products, and fragrances. Need some expert advice? This nearly 6,000-square-foot outpost includes a special Beauty Studio offering personalized makeup sessions, complimentary with purchases of $50 or more.