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Apr 18, 2007 11:17 AM

Wife's B-day, Any ideas in mid western Westchester?

Wife's birthday is coming up and I am looking for some never been to places in Mid-western Westchester county. Does anyone have any ideas?

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  1. I assume your talking about the Tarrytown/Irivington area, since I have no idea where you've been to before or what food preference you have, I'll try to mix it up a bit. If you like Spanish food I think Solera on Hudson is good or for Italian you could go to Il Sorriso also in Irivington. If your looking to spend some big bucks there is always Equus in Tarrytown (if it's just the two of you, that would be a special evening). If you want to go down the line a little I really enjoy Harvest on Hudson (beautiful setting/good food) in Hastings. Hope this helps.

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    1. re: GIOny

      solera has been closed for a couple of years now .stone barns is really the best if you can get a reservation.there are a couple of new restaurants on the waterfront in irvington and yonkers. all have gotten good reviews.

      1. re: yeshana

        Sorry to hear that we used to really enjoy Solera but haven't been in awhile, thanks for the info. Totally forgot about Blue Hill at Stone Farms, good suggestion.

      2. re: GIOny

        "One" is the restaurant that has taken over the space of Solera. It is a pretty,high end restaurant serving elegant food. Next to it is a trendy sushi restaurant named Flirt. I haven't been yet, but hear it is quite good.

        What type of restaurant are you looking for?

        1. re: chocolate chick

          both irvington restaurants are great!
          Flirt is a bit too gimicky for a couple dinner.

      3. Not sure what you mean by mid-westchester, but of course, Stone Barns is the absolute best. If you want soemthing a little less pricey (and easier to get into) we love Peter Pratt's in Yorktown Heights. It's romantic and the food is wonderful. Do not skip dessert.

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        1. re: jillinwestchester

          I second Peter Pratts. If weathter's good and their outdoor space is open, is particularly lovely. I like the downstairs room better - fireplace/pubby; pale blue pstairs a little "cold" for my dining taste.

          Nancy C