Letters to the Editor


Food Issue 2009

Well, Westchester Magazine, you’ve done it again. Your Food Issue, especially the A to Z dining guide, was extremely fun and helpful. Who knew there was this much variety in Westchester. Keep up the good work. I especially commend your photographers. The dishes looked delicious—good enough to eat right off the pages.
Libby Ferzetti, Aston, PA

I literally LOL’d when reading your “Celebrity Namealikes” in your August issue. I’d love to see more of them, and more fun things like it, in your magazine.
W. McCullough, Dobbs Ferry

Since I am back and forth to the Westchester area quite frequently, I have become an avid reader of your magazine, and the August issue did not disappoint—with one exception. I loved the food pictures (which made me hungry) and I discovered a few new places I’m definitely going to try on future visits. But the article “The Lice Buster” on the last page belongs in a “Back to School” issue, not a “Food” issue. You certainly killed my appetite with that one!
M.J. Whitmore, Chadds Ford, PA

I don’t know why I’ve driven through Dobbs Ferry a million times without stopping into Tomatillo! I came across Julia Sexton’s “Westchester Food Lover’s A to Z” guide on your website and I couldn’t pass up a restaurant known for three of my favorite things: quesadillas, lobster, and avocado. Everything tasted fresh. The ingredients were classic with really creative combinations. Sexton is right. I can’t wait to try another place on Sexton’s list.
Maureen Doherty, Hartsdale

Ooops: In the Best of Westchester 2009 article (July 2009), Frankie and Johnnie’s number was listed incorrectly. The correct phone number is (914) 925-3900

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