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Westchester- Best soups

It's freezing cold outside and what could be better than a nice bowl of soup? Any suggestions for great soups to eat at a restaurant or great soups to buy and bring home. Thanks.

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  1. It's not cheap, but I love Ladle of Love in Mt. Kisco - especially their Harvest Celebration soup. So good!

    1. A fairly well-kept secret are the great soups at Melt in White Plains.

      1. Blue pig in croton has amazing soup!

        And Birdsall house's chili is worth a trip alone!

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        1. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

          I agree about Blue Pig--but note that they're now closed for the season.

          1. re: spa

            Thank you spa! I'm sad to hear that I'll have to wait a few months for more soup! I was eating their soup last month for a week nonstop with a bad cold-- the chicken noodle is my favorite but we loved every kind we tried

            1. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

              Not sure when they reopen, but I know some of us are already looking forward to it!
              BTW, I made a mean potato-leek soup last night!

        2. The soups at A'Mangiare are really good, homemade home-style soups. The lentil is particularly good. I go to the one in Bronxville, but there are several others in the county.

          1. Juniper in Hastings. Some of the best puree soups I've ever had.

            1. Thanks, all, looks like I now have lots of new options! Stay warm!

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              1. re: debmom

                What are you talking about? It's 27 degrees. Time for ice cream. ;)

                1. re: roxlet

                  That's what I told my students today too! Nice and balmy outside. Mr. Softee time. :)

              2. I love soup! I haven't been in a year or so but, the soups at the Mamaroneck Diner were great. Also in Mamaroneck, the little Bodega across from the train station serves a columbian beef or chicken soup that is really a meal and unforgettable. Siagonese on Central Ave in Hartsdale does a good Pho (also a meal). City Limits on the corner of Central ave and 119 has good soup but, I hate the shallow soup plate that they serve it in.

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                1. re: silverstarfish

                  Probably ALL of the latino restaurants will have terrific soups. Besides the Colombian ones, the Peruvians certainly do.

                  1. re: Westjanie

                    Great soups at El Tambo in Ossining.

                2. Check out the other CH post about Ramen in Peekskill! That sounds good, too!