New Rochelle Restaurant Week And Other Food News From Around Westchester
Catch up with the latest foodie events and openings in the County.
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The Queen City is having its own restaurant week with approximately 14 restaurants offering three-course menus for $26 (not including drink, tax, and tip). Dine Downtown, New Rochelle Restaurant Week (www.newrochelledowntown.com) takes place March 31 to April 3; participating restaurants include Alvin & Friends, Coromandel, Patrias, A Place 2 Go, Da Giovanni, Gnarly Vine, La Herradura, Little Mexican Café, Modern Restaurant, NoMa Social, Posto 22, Recologie, Sorell, and Zabidury S American comfort foods are offered at the new License 2 Grill (802 Commerce St, Thornwood 914-747-0009; www.license2grillny.com), a 15-seat counter-service eatery where most items are under $10. On the menu: Angus burgers; wings; salads; pulled pork slow-roasted in-house; gluten-free cornflake-crusted chicken; hand-breaded chicken tenders, and homemade turkey chili. Desserts, including Nutella mousse, are made in-house in small batches. License 2 Grill is open every day from 11 am to 9 pm S
At Stew Leonard’s (1 Stew Leonard Dr, Yonkers 914-375-4700; www.stewleonards.com), The Chew co-host and ex-Top Chef contestant Carla Hall will be appearing for a book signing, Carla’s Comfort Foods: Favorite Dishes from Around the World (Atria Books, $29.99) on Friday, April 4 from 5 to 7 pm. Last Supper buttered tarragon peas, cooked-to-death-delicious green beans with potatoes, and salted peanut chocolate pudding tarts are among the 130 recipes included. S After only about six months, Come Sea Me Seafood Restaurant has closed (74 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains)
Barcelona—(from a different ownership group than the Greenwich, CT, Barcelona) is opening in the space.