Often referred to as the best kept secret in Westchester, this quaint village packs two train stations, a vibrant Village square, and a charming Main Street into less than one square mile. Restaurants like Growlers and Mambo64 serve up casual cuisine to locals and visitors alike. Annual Columbus Day parades and July 4th firework extravaganzas add to the village’s small town vibe, as well as weekly farmer’s markets and an old fashioned trolley that rides around town. Only a 33-minute express ride from Manhattan, Tuckahoe is “tuck”ed away in a quintessential suburb while still conveniently located to the big city. Originally a 1800s Marble Quarry Mining Town, this small village has grown into a diverse, family-oriented community.