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Price fixed dinners in Westchester

kimmykimmy Mar 28, 2009 05:12 PM

Where is a nice place to go for price fixed dinners in Mid- upper Westchester during the week

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    byramgirl RE: kimmykimmy Mar 28, 2009 06:11 PM

    I went to Vox in North Salem for the first time two weeks ago and enjoyed it very much. They do an awesome steak au poivre. We didn't go with the price fixe, but they do offer one on Wed, Thur and Sundays for $30. Check it out - http://www.voxnorthsalem.com/

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      xecuchef RE: kimmykimmy Mar 29, 2009 07:17 AM

      I've been to goldfish in Ossining a few times and it has been great. They offer different prix fixe every night except Sat. Friday is $35 for 4 courses, a huge amount of really good food. Thurs night 29.00 3 courses(less options) but amazing food and value. Can't wait to go back again.

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        lucyis RE: xecuchef Mar 29, 2009 07:30 AM

        American Bistro in Tuckahoe has a 21.75 three course dinner on Monday and Tuesday nights.

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          addictedtolunch RE: lucyis Mar 31, 2009 02:26 AM

          Went there last night. Goodly amount of decent food for the price, and the place was quite crowded. With the food price so low, people were ordering bottles of wine.

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            lucyis RE: addictedtolunch Mar 31, 2009 03:44 PM

            I noticed that too. I wish them well.

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          GIOny RE: xecuchef Apr 8, 2009 12:57 PM

          I went to Goldfish in Ossining last night (Tuesday) and they had a $15.00 price fixe for a 3 course meal, that includes an appetizer, entree and dessert. I couldn't believe the selection, there were quite a few choices. Very good value for a good meal. They offer the $15.00 deal on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
          Also Taormina in Peeskill has a $15.00 price fixe deal and I think they offer that everyday except Saturday. There you get an appetizer (their baby stuffed atrichokes are very good), salad, entree and a glass of wine for $15.00. A great deal.

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            GIOny RE: GIOny Oct 19, 2009 03:59 PM

            Goldfish also has a $35.00 prix fixe special for Friday nights with live piano entertainment and if you check the Hudson River Buzz magazine that comes in the mail they have a $10.00 of cupon for a check of $50.00 or more and that's good for Thurs/Fri/Sat. (no flames please about cupons).
            Also Casa Rina in Thornwood has a 3 course pre fixe menu for $20.00 and that's good for Sunday thru Wednesday. They also offer on Friday nights a 4 course pre fixe seafood menu for $35.00. They also have cupons available in the Buzz.

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            Elisa515 RE: xecuchef Apr 8, 2009 05:47 PM

            What's the address for Goldfish in Ossining?

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              xecuchef RE: Elisa515 Apr 9, 2009 05:32 AM

              They are located behind the arcadian shopping center in Ossining. You actually go down the road(forget the name) between the shopping center and CVS. Be aware that it looks like a very residential neighborhood, Goldfish has a blue awning on the left side and the parking lot is across the street.

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                rpk RE: Elisa515 Apr 9, 2009 07:46 AM

                6 Rockledge Ave. Was called Dudley's, once upon a time. Ate there back in '91 under that name. After dinner my wife and I took a very pleasant stroll down past the prison, across the road from which you can still see where they used to turn big ones into little ones.

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              wincountrygirl RE: kimmykimmy Mar 29, 2009 09:07 AM

              Deer Park Tavern in Katonah also offers a price fix during the week - order by 6:30

              1. GIOny RE: kimmykimmy Mar 29, 2009 11:01 PM

                Piatto Grill in Yorktown where Miraggio's use to be is offering a 4 course meal everyday except Saturday for $19.95. I thought it was very good. http://piattogrill.com/

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                  pobo RE: kimmykimmy Mar 30, 2009 01:54 PM

                  Pascal's in Larchmont has a $19.95 prix fix Mon-Thurs, also Mama Francesca's.

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                    Solstice444 RE: kimmykimmy Mar 31, 2009 03:37 AM

                    Terra Rustica in Briarcliff Manor for Italian. $20 prix fixe for appetizer, salad, entree, and dessert. I didn't really enjoy the flan for dessert, but my appetizer and entree were delicious! There were alot of entree choices too, about 7-8 dishes, and 4 choices for an appetizer. Everyone I was with enjoyed their meals.

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                      GIOny RE: Solstice444 May 3, 2009 08:43 AM

                      What days do they offer the prix fixe for Terra Rustica? I was at the Tuscan Grill last night (just down the road for Terra Rustica) and I thought I heard someone say they also offer a price fixed meal but since I went on a Saturday night, there wasn't anyting available then but I'll look into it and update this when I find out. Also Christina's Ristorante in Croton on Hudson (near the A&P) has a prix fixe deal for Tues/Wed/Thurs for $19.99 you can choose any entree, served with salad, glass of house wine or draft beer, dessert and coffee or tea.

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                        Solstice444 RE: GIOny May 4, 2009 03:40 AM

                        I don't remember, I'm sorry...but maybe it's just on weekdays then?

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                          GIOny RE: GIOny Jan 20, 2010 05:37 PM

                          So udate on Terra Rustica, it has the prix fixe on Mon - Thurs for $20.00 which includes an appetizer, entree and dessert. I had the pork chop with the hot cherry peppers and it was very good and a nice size portion. Also on Tuesday nights they have an all you eate mussles special for either $14.00 or $15.00.

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                            anonymouse1935 RE: GIOny Jan 21, 2010 02:43 AM

                            GIOny, how many mussel choices are there? Le Provencal used to be the best for their mussel special, until they fell victim to paying for their remodel.

                            Even if the choices are just red and white, are they good, i.e., fresh?

                            Sounds like it's worth a trip.

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                              GIOny RE: anonymouse1935 Jan 22, 2010 06:43 AM

                              My DH had the mussels with the prix fixe menu as an appetizer, he didn't get the "all you can eat" special. But he said they were good. Sorry, not sure how they were prepared.

                      2. i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream RE: kimmykimmy May 3, 2009 01:07 PM

                        I passed by Isabella's in Ossining today and they have several different fixed price deals-- one good on M/T/W and another early bird special M-F.

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                          GIOny RE: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream Aug 29, 2009 10:59 AM

                          So I'm taking my DH out for his birthday on Tuesday and will be with a group, does anyone know of any updated or other prix fixe dinners in Westchester/Putnam?

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                            Shawn RE: GIOny Aug 29, 2009 11:42 AM

                            I was just at Provencal Bistro in Mamaroneck. I noticed that they now have a prix fixe dinner, $29.95 for 2 courses or $34.95 for 3. Didn't have the prix fixe, but we did have a lovely dinner there.

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                              Elisa515 RE: GIOny Aug 29, 2009 12:24 PM

                              Peekskill Brewery has a prix fixe, three courses for $25 or for an additional $10 you get three 9-ounce draft beers, one for each course.

                              The pork belly appetizer in the prix fixe is meltingly delicious and comes with an arugula and strawberry salad. I've had the salmon, rib, and steak from the main course menu and all were perfectly prepared. The desserts are definitely birthday-worthy.


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                              GIOny RE: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream Sep 30, 2009 08:54 PM

                              Called Isabella's in Ossining the other day and they have a Mon/Tues/Wed prix fixe for $15.00, not sure what is included. Thurs they have a mostly seafood menu for the prix fixe for $18.95 and then on Friday (they have live jazz music) they have a $25.00 prix fixe menu. Of course any of these nights you can order off the regular menu also.

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                                GIOny RE: GIOny Oct 8, 2009 07:50 PM

                                Went to Isabella's tonight (Thursday) and they had jazz tonight and there was a flyer saying they have jazz every Thursday night, so not sure if they have it on Fridays also or if I was given the wrong info. But they had a pretty good selection for the $18.95 special.

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                                  Nancy C RE: GIOny Oct 11, 2009 10:09 AM

                                  Peekskill Brewery has a nice write-up (accurate re: mixed performance on the food), in the NY Times Sunday suburban section.

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                              HunterJay RE: kimmykimmy Oct 2, 2009 05:28 AM

                              Mortons has a 49.99 ($58 for the double filet) price fixed dinner.

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                                spa RE: kimmykimmy Oct 12, 2009 10:39 AM

                                We enjoy Haven (formerly Frodo's) in Pleasantville. They now have 3-course prix fixe dinners for $30. Here's the deal:


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                                  Kat_in_Ossining RE: kimmykimmy Oct 13, 2009 01:17 PM

                                  The excellent (and upscale) Iron Horse Grill in Pleasantville has been running a great special since the summer--$28 "Small Plate" Special, which gets you any three dishes from their first course and dessert menu. Considering how interesting and delicious Phil McGrath's appetizers are, this is a great way to sample some of his food at a reasonable price. He's extending the special into autumn--this special is also available at the bar.

                                  1. GIOny RE: kimmykimmy May 13, 2010 07:55 AM

                                    Just adding Mauro's in Ossining to the list, it's $14.95 on Tues.-Thurs. and Sundays. They also have a $19.95 prix fixe on the weekends. Many choices and they even have specials on top of that. Good deal.......http://www.maurosrestaurant.com/index...

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