Table Matters: A 25-Foot Bar Highlights New 105-Ten Bar & Grill; The Great Chefs Fundraiser; and More
What you need to know about Westchester’s culinary scene in March.
A 25-foot long bar serving craft brews can be found at the new 105-Ten Bar & Grill (127 Woodside Ave, Briarcliff Manor 914-236-3651; 105ten.com). Anthony Fortunate of Briarcliff and Executive Chef Eddie Martinez, both formerly of Rainwater Grill in Hastings, are partners of the New American restaurant. Entrées, which range from $10 to $25, include tuna tacos, lobster mac and cheese, and braised pork shank, as well as a selection of gluten-free and vegetarian options. 105-Ten is open for lunch and dinner every day. And if you didn’t get the name yet: Briarcliff’s zip is 10510.
Greenwich Hospital will honor Chefs Christian Petroni of Fortina in Armonk; Rui Correia of Douro in Greenwich, Connecticut; and Adam Truelove of Napa & Co. in Stamford, Connecticut, at its annual Great Chefs fundraiser held at Westchester Country Club on March 7. The 29th annual event will showcase food from more than 50 restaurants and caterers, plus host both silent and live auctions. For ticket information, visit giving.greenhosp.org or contact Stephanie Dunn Ashley firstname.lastname@example.org.
Memphis Mae’s BBQ Bistro (173 S Riverside Ave, Croton-on-Hudson 914-271-0125; memphis-maes.com) and Louisiana-based Abita Beer are teaming up on March 3 at 7 pm to host a Mardi Gras beer dinner ($45). On the menu: fried black-pepper Brie with apple chutney, crawfish boil, crispy oysters, alligator jambalaya, and beignets.
The 18th of this month is the 10-year anniversary of Plates (121 Myrtle Blvd, Larchmont 914-834-1244; platesonthepark.com), the New American restaurant where Chef Matt Karp makes all bread, pasta, and pastry in-house. Must-orders include the spinach and beet salad, grilled branzino, and the chocolate Ring Ding.