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Westchester Restaurant - outdoor/garden for bridal shower?

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annrudy May 8, 2007 08:53 AM

I'm looking for a restaurant / venue in lower Westchester or the Bronx that has an outside area or garden for a bridal shower in September. Currently, all I can think of is the Waterfront in New Rochelle or La Lanterna in Yonkers. I know there are many places on the Hudson, but I'm looking for something on or near the Sound rather than the Hudson, or not on the water at all. Thanks!

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    barbara0621 RE: annrudy May 9, 2007 07:55 PM

    Harvest on the Hudson (in Hastings) - on the Hudson side but really good.

    FISH has a porch. Don't know how many people you plan on having.

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      JMF RE: barbara0621 May 15, 2007 11:14 AM

      I say ditto for Harvest on the Hudson.

    2. GIOny RE: annrudy May 9, 2007 11:08 PM

      What about the Davenport Ave. clubs in New Rochelle? Alot of people use them for weddings but they are also available for showers and other parties. Not sure how many people your talking about but Beckwithe Point has a beautiful view, there's also the Surf Club, VIP, Greentree. I think there's one or two others but can't think of them right now. MacMenamin's in New Rochelle is not on the water but I'm sure they could accomodate you, it's a fun place with good food.

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        debmom RE: annrudy May 10, 2007 06:18 AM

        You might want to consider a mansion like the CV Rich mansion in White Plains, it's also called the Women's Club of White Plains

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          intrepid RE: annrudy May 10, 2007 08:57 AM

          there is a lovely spot in briarcliff, food is fair, but venue is great, great outdoor area..cant remember name..off chappaqua road, or off rt 133 ??

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            rolise RE: annrudy May 10, 2007 01:55 PM

            Maybe "The Olde Stone Mill" in Tuckahoe? Although they have gotten mixed reviews in the past, I hear they have a new menu.
            http://www.theoldestonemill.com

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              barbara0621 RE: annrudy May 16, 2007 11:28 AM

              Another suggestion: Xaviers is supposed to open in Yonkers real soon.
              The place is over the Hudson, walk from the train station. Contact them at another location (or through web site) to find out menu and prices.

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