The Former Woody's on Main in Mt Kisco
Finally some more word on the new Joe Bueti restaurant coming to Mt. Kisco. it has a name!!
7 days a week.
Ate there last night. Food was pretty good although I am no connoisseur of wood-fired pizzas... The menu was all over the place. Everything from fish tacos to a raw tuna app. to beef brisket sloppy joes to your usual Italian items like pizzas, fried calamari and pastas.
Price points pretty reasonable IMO. You could get out with an app, pizza and a glass of wine for $21.
Pizzas $7 -14
Sandwiches $10 - $14
Salads $8 - $11
Pastas $14 -19
Apps $8 - $13
Wines BTG - $6 - $10
Not sure if that was their soft opening menu or if a more extensive menu is coming out...
Desserts weren't available yet but they said they would be serving a Nutella pizza and milk shakes with Mr. Shane's ice cream.
Service was a little uneven, but it was only their second night, so no big deal for me. Owners were there walking around. Dining room was pretty full though. As we were leaving at 8:30 PM, a group of about 15 people were going in.
Would go back.
Ate there last night. Very full menu. Appetizers, salads (entree and small size), pizza, sandwiches, burgers, pastas, fish, chicken, steak. Very attractive renovations to old space. We had burgers, pizza and salads. They were good but not great. What I liked about it was that you could get anything there. The price would depend on what you ordered. My husband and friend said the burgers were very good. My other friend enjoyed a goat cheese salad topped with salmon. I had a beet and arugula salad topped with shrimp. The vegetables were delicious but the shrimp tasted boiled where they should have been grilled. We didn't eat dessert there because I had a farmer's market pie at home. Will definitely go back. Great place to take kids or have a quick nice night out. Probably would have liked it even more if I hadn't eaten at North in Armonk the night before. North is truly outstanding!
A Foodies Review: Nice atmosphere, great bar, basic service (but not knowledgeable), average prices, good beer selections, average wine selections.
Now for food: Good smoky thin crust pizza, creative salads, good burgers, soups and some appetizers. Don't go if you're looking for a creative entree (you may not recognize some of the esoteric ingredients that inhabit the chefs dishes) This is not a bad thing just something you should be aware of so ask your hostess before ordering. The dishes are inconsistent stick to the plates I mentioned and you will be satisfied along with a smaller bill.
I dont love places that change chefs within 3 months and I don't love kitchens that overcook calimari. You may think that is silly but its a measuring stick. It tells me the staff is not focused or properly trained. Trust me on this. Born in Italy, you would get shot for overcooking pasta making the risotto run. So go to Village Social have a nice pizza and salad and maybe even an appetizer ( go for fritters, stay aware from bland fish tacos) you'll be gald you did.