Yes, there are a few tables at Provisions, Nannette Conners’s snug open-kitchen café, but the core business is takeout comfort fare—the kind of from-scratch food your mom made when you were a kid (or you wish your mom made). Think steaming potpies loaded with suculent chicken and fresh peas; chunky leek-potato soup; house-made granola with oats, almonds, coconut, and honey; and rich and creamy (and, yes, high-cal) macaroni and cheese—“not the low-fat version,” Conners says proudly.
Best Prepared Foods South (2008)
Best Cookies Like Mom Makes (2011)
Remember coming home from school to the irresistible aroma of freshly baked chocolate-chip cookies, snickerdoodles, or ginger snaps? We do, and that’s why we won’t stand for anything less than mom quality. Store bought? No way. Bakeries? It’s just not the same. Then we tried Provisions and found that Nannette Conners bakes a mean cookie—so good that we have no guilt in passing them off as ours to our own children (shhh—don’t tell). Too bad she can’t package the kitchen aromas so we could totally pull it off.
Best of Year: Best of Westchester 2008 Best of Westchester 2011