This casual, friendly waterside eatery overlooks marinas and the Hudson River. It’s great place to get a meal or maybe a drink and a few appetizers and watch the sunset. It’s within walking distance of the Ossining train station.
Harvest’s waterfront setting affords spectacular views of the Hudson River and the Palisade Cliffs. It takes a few twists and turns through Hastings to arrive at this remarkable site, but sophisticated Mediterranean cuisine and a fine wine list combine for a superb high-end dining experience.
Excellent “Progressive American Cuisine” with award-winning wine list. The setting is a colonial style inn in a suburban neighborhood near the Readers Digest headquarters. One of the best known Westchester “destination” restaurants, Crabtree’s Kittle House is expensive – but worth it. The Inn has 12 guest rooms in addition to the restaurant.
This kid-friendly spot offers $6 children’s plates and is located less than 1/2 mile from Van Cortlandt Manor. Adults will enjoy the international selection, ranging from Thai Curry and Hanger Steak to Wagyu Burgers. Reservations are not taken, but the restaurant prides itself on serving large groups quickly.
Conveniently located in the Shop Rite plaza across from Van Cortlandt Manor, Pronto offers classic Italian favorites plus pizza (by the slice or full pie) and a bar.
Voted “Best of Westchester BBQ” 2016, Memphis Mae’s offers a wide variety of authentic southern BBQ and down home American cuisine in a casual dining environment.
A local favorite, this diner serves standbys such as homemade soups, hot open-faced sandwiches, and hamburgers along with a selection of paninis and Greek and Italian dinner entrées until 1am every day. Family friendly.