Mount Kisco

Although the space that Mount Kisco occupies is only about three square miles, it is one of the most established centers for shopping and fine cuisine in the county. From large department stores such as Target and Kohl’s to smaller boutiques like the famed Elephant’s Trunk, the village has a plethora of stores to satisfy any shopping needs. Dining options are numerous and diverse, including Greek, Indian, Italian, Mexican, and French. Little Kabab Station, Little Spice Bazaar, and Little Crepe Street are three notable adjacent restaurants operating under unified ownership and serving Indian and French street foods. The village also serves as the headquarters for Mount Kisco Medical Group, which has several branches throughout Westchester. 

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