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Lunch in Lower Westchester

Allisondbl Jul 7, 2007 10:12 PM

I need a restaurant for this coming Tuesday around 1 P.M. for lunch. NOT very expensive (let's say $25.00 or so per person without liquor) and not adventurously ethnic (e.g. no Indian or Thai for example) maybe American (whatever that may count as) or Italian or Chinese.

I'm thinking North-end New Rochelle, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, Yonkers, White Plains something like that.

A place with food you really enjoy, not "Eh, we need something to eat let's go to the diner."

Thanks ahead of time to all responders!

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    jstroose RE: Allisondbl Jul 8, 2007 08:10 AM

    Blue in White Plains has good lunch - some people rave about MacMinemann's (SP??) in New Rochelle

    1. chowdom RE: Allisondbl Jul 8, 2007 08:11 AM

      An American Bistro, Tuckahoe

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        dolores RE: Allisondbl Jul 8, 2007 08:40 AM

        Sam's on Gedney in White Plains has a very nice lunch.

        Emilio's in Harrison used to have a good lunch, but I don't know if they are still good.

        Both are not far off the White Plains exit of the Hutch.

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          Allisondbl RE: Allisondbl Jul 8, 2007 11:26 AM

          All good suggestions although some a bit pricey. Still looking. So far Underhills Crossing found by me - http://www.underhillscrossing.com/ind...
          is the front runner.

          And for those who check this post out, I assume that the MacMinemann's referenced above (Thank You jstroose) is this one: http://www.macmenaminsgrill.com/ which looks wonderful but way too pricey for this crew. Alley

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            MotherBucker RE: Allisondbl Jul 20, 2007 10:07 PM

            toyo's lunch pecial is a great deal and their sushi is fresh

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              dolores RE: MotherBucker Jul 21, 2007 05:14 AM

              So where did you go Allisondbl, and more importantly did you like it? I'm more and more unimpressed by the level of food served in Westchester for the prices charged.

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