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Birthday Party Location for a 2 year old...some kids, but mostly adults in Lower Westchester--Any Ideas?

misu22 Jan 21, 2010 05:17 PM

Hi, our son is turning two and we're looking for some child-friendly restaurants where we can rent a room/space for a lunch. We're looking at 20 adults and probably 5-7 kids (ranging from 2-8 yrs). We had his birthday party last year at Bellizzi in Larchmont--which actually turned out great (if anyone is wondering, the staff there is amazing and v helpful and really, we were over the moon with how the party turned out) and so that's not an option for this year. The party theme is likely to be trains, and so I thought Valhalla Crossing would be a good option--but I'm not sure if the private rooms are too small. Anyway, I'd appreciate any ideas you have--we want a fun, light-hearted atmosphere ..we're not a stuffy crowd :) Thanks!

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    foodsnob14 Jan 21, 2010 05:22 PM

    I'm not sure about a restaurant but my friend works at groove and have been to kids b-day parties there and are great for that age group!

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      MRS Jan 21, 2010 05:47 PM

      Upstairs room at Rye Grill and Bar?

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        ronacann Mar 4, 2010 07:29 AM

        Where did you end up going? I'm looking for EXACTLY the same thing....birthday lunch for my 2 yr old, and it will be mostly adults.

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          mamas girl Mar 6, 2010 07:32 PM

          Sam's of Gedney Way in White Plains has private rooms, great private party menus and a really amazing staff. Check it out.

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            kallison Mar 10, 2010 07:30 AM

            Pizzaria Uno's on Central Ave has nice space I have been there for exactly that.

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              ronacann Jul 6, 2010 08:40 AM

              Just as a follow up to this...we ended up having our party at Valhalla Crossing and it turned out really well! We had about 40 people, including about 10 kids. The room was not very large, no room for much moving around. We had lunch, had cake, hung out for a bit and were on our way. You can't see the trains passing from the private room, which was a major negative. Other than that, the food was good and the staff was wonderful as well.

              Valhalla Crossing
              2 Cleveland St, Valhalla, NY 10595

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