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"Q" opening a new location in Mt. Kisco?

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Heard that "Q" (of Port Chester) will be opening in Mt.Kisco ... Across the street from TJ Maxx where the UPS store is. Lots of construction going on there ...

Hope the guy in the UPS store is right

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  1. That is great news! Thanks for sharing.

    Also, in Mount Kisco, Leslie from Ladle of Love is openeing "Ladle of Love Cafe" in the old Paper Passions store. That is due to open in October. It will be casual lunch and dinner. I can't wait!

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    1. re: chocolate chick

      Speaking of Mt Kisco. Has Brio open yet? Anyone try it?

      1. re: winston1

        I called information. Couln't get a listing. It looks ready to open from the outside. Someone went to a preliminary tasting recently. I'm guessing soon.

      2. re: chocolate chick

        choc.chick where was the Paper Passions store located? That sounds like a nice addition to the area, as well as Q!! Does anyone have a time frame of when Q will be opening?

      3. I think their food is not worth any true foodies mouth. It's all show and no real substance of true BBQ.

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        1. re: nbermas

          Wow, I so agree. I wasn't impressed with my one and only visit to Portchester and I sure wouldn't recommend anyone to travel to Mt. Kisco.

          To each his own, that's for sure.

        2. Went to Brio last night. I don't think the quality matches the prices. I got a Meze grilled chicken salad. The hummus needed more oil. The flavors were good but the chicken was dry and tough. It was a good meal but not 21 dollars for a grilled chicken salad good.

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          1. re: MicahSacco

            According to today's Journal News, Q is definitely opening in Mt Kisco next year. They will be at 487 Main St, which is apparently where Rainbow Wok used to be (which matches what the original poster said).

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