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New to Mount Kisco, need the lay of the land

Just moved to Mount Kisco and have only started exploring its food options. So far, I've sampled Little Kebab Station (very good), Village Social (ditto), Azteca (ok) and Bellizzi (ok, good for kids).

What are some other places worth checking out? There are a bunch of Mexican/Central American places in town, any highlights? How about food stores/bakeries/wine and liquor shops, etc.? Now that I no longer have easy access to Fairway, the Mt. Kisco Smokehouse looks interesting, any reports?

Also, anything in the immediate surrounding areas (Bedford Hills, Katonah, Yorktown Heights, etc.) worth checking out?

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  1. make your way to North in Armork for brunch or dinner, ASAP!!!!!

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    1. re: MRS

      Oooopssss!!! Sorry. Need the eye MD, clearly. Yes. Armonk!!

    2. I think MRS meant Armonk!!! In Armonk, Restaurant North for fancy, Fortina for great pizza. In Kisco for wine check out the liquor store in the shopping center with A&P - it's on the little strip mall side. John has an excellent selection of wines, especially Italian. The Mt. Kisco Smokehouse on Lexington Avenue is great - several types of salmon, they have smoked shrimp and mussels as well. Very nice people. For fish, Mt. Kisco seafood, also on Lexington. If you want to venture to Yorktown, I love Turcos. Its a small supermarket with excellent produce, meats and fish. They make their own turkey breast in the cold cut section and have a great cheese selection. Sgaglio's in Katonah has excellent meats - prepare to pay for them though. Simple Italian food but always good - Nino's in Bedford Hills. Chappaqua Village Market is very good, but again, bring the big wallet. Bakeries - La Tulip or L'Anjou - both good French. Pastry Corner - eh. Changed owners and with the bad attitude, I won't go back. If I think of more I'll post again!

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      1. Rincon Santaneco is great for pupusas and the seafood soup. The Salvadoran and Mexican groceries next door and across the street (especially) are useful.

        I'll also second Mt Kisco Seafood. It isn't cheap, but is 100% reliable and full service - they will clean, shuck, etc. for free. Very nice people.

        I also like Lalibela for Ethiopian. It might not be the best in the world, but it is solid and provides a nice change of pace.

        For wine, I have found nothing that can compete for price or selection with just ordering for delivery from the city, but Fountainhead in Bedford Hills does have a nice selection of things they direct import, so they at least provide variety.

        1. Welcome to the neighborhood, kdgchow! A huge plus one for Rincon Santeneco for Salvadorian - their pupusas are delicious. Glad you've tried Little Kebab Station - it's my favorite Indian in the area. You can't go wrong with the other "Littles" - Little Crepe Street is awesome for brunch and Little Spice Bazar is a great place to grab a lassi. Gerardo's Pizzeria is very good (across from Friendly's) and has a good pasta special on Wed nights.

          Go up 117 and you'll find Sammy's Kosher in Bedford. Great soups and overall good deli fare. Nearby are two great pizzerias - Gianfranco's and Sinapi's Pizza Rustica.

          Hope these help!

          1. Thanks for all the recs, everyone! Will have to check out Rincon Santaneco and the Smokehouse ASAP.

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            1. re: kdgchow

              Thought of a good bakery. Bee's cakes in armonk is very good and the Bedford Pastry Shop on next to the A & P.

            2. I live in Ossining but frequent Mt. Kisco for shopping.

              Bellizzi- like you said, good for kids, but the food is really pretty bad.

              Thai Angel's- average Thai food, nice owners, kid friendly.

              Little Kabob Station- decent value for lunch, but be warned that they do not heat the small eat-in area. We were informed on a chilly day after ordering that they do not heat the restaurant. It was freezing... I had been a few times before but I haven't gone back since because of that.

              Chop't- the salad chain is a bit pricey but I like stopping here for a semi-healthy lunch while shopping.

              Lefteris- not amazing but decent Greek food, definitely kid-friendly.

              Pour- date night spot without the kids. Menu is limited but they have great wines by the glass and some nice snacks to accompany them.

              Via Vanti- kid friendly, right in the train station, pretty good lunch food, a bit overpriced, but a nice lunch option. They have gelato too.

              La Tulipe- a must-visit bakery. They have gelato in the summer too but the real draw is their breakfast pastries (croissants, beignets, etc.), their macarons, their handmade truffles, and their delicate buttery cookies. They make fancy cakes too though I haven't tried them. It looks like a hole in the wall but you've got to try it.

              Mt. Kisco Smokehouse- very pricey but this is the real deal. Potentially long waits on weekends but this is worth the wait and the price.

              Ditto on the Restaurant North recs in Armonk, and make sure you try Fortina too.

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              1. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

                Tried Lefteris with my 2-year-old and was pleasantly surprised - it's much better than the original branch in Tarrytown, which stinks, IMO. It was also packed on an early Sunday evening, maybe the turnover helps.

                Got some nova and sable from Mt. Kisco Smokehouse for a party we were hosting and while it was pricey, it was very good, especially the sable. And wherever they get their bagels from, they're good, better than the ones from Mount Kisco Bagel Co., which I thought were disappointing.

                1. re: kdgchow

                  Glad you liked lefteris and the smokehouse. Bagels are a challenge in n. Westchester. We go to bagels on Hudson in croton. They're small but the texture is closest to an actual bagel that we have found. They sell lox from the smokehouse there.

                  1. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

                    Ice cream - where exactly is that bagel place? I go to Hi
                    ghland II on Central.

                    1. re: wincountrygirl

                      Bagels on Hudson is near the Chase bank on Route 9A. I only got bagels there once and didn't like them; they seemed "sweet" to me. But that was awhile ago. I go to the place on 202 in Yorktown.

                      1. re: DGresh

                        It's the closest bagel shop to us and I like that they have whole wheat everything. The texture isn't perfect but I haven't found them too sweet. What is the place you go to in Yorktown, DGresh? We are in a bagel wasteland here in Ossining. I haven't been in a while, but there's a decent place in Pleasantville by the train station.

                        My mom swears by Highland 2 but it's too far for me for a morning bagel run.

                        1. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

                          It's called the daily bagel. It's near Grandma's restaurant on that stretch that they have been doing construction on for ages now. Probably not too convenient for you in Ossining.

                          There is also a small place near Montrose Beer and Soda (something D'Or), but when I went there (admittedly under previous ownership I think) they only had bagels made somewhere else, only a few flavors, and NO LOX.

                          1. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

                            Highland is far for me too, but I work in White Plains and it's a 10 minute drive from there, so I'll go once in a while. Bagels in Westchester are just not great, so I take it where I can. They recently opened a Goldbergs in Katonah and the bagels are huge - don't care for them.

                          2. re: DGresh

                            I agree (I think the three of us have had this exact conversation before!), bagels on hudson is too sweet for my palate though I do like the texture and I like daily bagel too.
                            I_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream, maybe you've been eating too much ice cream :)

                            It's a hike from kisco but we drive to stew leonards once a month or so and they have decent bagels.

                            1. re: vinouspleasure

                              Too far for you, but Park Place Bagels in Bronxville (and called something else in Crescent Heights, but the same bagels) has the best bagels in Westchester that I found. Native New Yorker here-- I grew up on appetizing (and if you're not from NYC you may not know what that means!).

                                1. re: roxlet

                                  yeah, I stop at ess-a-bagel on fridays on my way to gct. A day old ess-a-bagel is better than anything I've found in this neck of the woods.

                                  despite intermittent exposure to ess-a-bagel, david's and h&h, my kids don't know the difference between a good bagel and a piece of white bread shaped like a bagel. I can't help but feel I failed them in some sort of deep, cultural way.

                                  Well, fwiw, after countless trips to flushing and nyc chinatown, they know good chinese from bad, so all is not lost...

                                  1. re: vinouspleasure

                                    Where is ess-a-bagel by GCT? I like Tal but they don't freeze well, H&H is a bust and I used to get Jumbo until they changed.

                                    1. re: wincountrygirl

                                      Tal used to be on the corner near the apartment we lived in when my son was a baby. Their bialys were fabulous as well. Now, THAT's something you absolutely can't find in Westchester!

                                      1. re: roxlet

                                        I'm almost afraid to recommend it, but my Brooklyn-born cousins had some bialys at their Yorktown Heights house that looked and tasted good. Not amazing, but good. They were a bit puffier than they should be (the bialys, not my cousins ;)), but the onions were spot on. They said they purchased them from the bagel place next to Apple Farms in White Plains. I don't know the name of it.

                                        1. re: foodiemom10583

                                          I'll check it out next time I'm up that way. I still remember the perfection of those Tal bagels on a spring morning at 6AM with my son, who was a early-rising baby. I'd stroller him over to Tal and pick one up. It was so good.

                                          1. re: roxlet

                                            Ahh, Tal Bagels! Yes there is nothing like them in Westchester. The best we have found is the bagel store in Quaker Ridge shopping center in New Rochelle. I realize that is quite far for you, but if you are headed down that way it is worth the detour. The bagels are good and they are often hot! It amazes me that locally the bagels are never hot! When did they make them???

                                            1. re: debmom

                                              That bagel store is near a synagogue, and in a fairly Jewish neighborhood. I've been meaning to try it. How are their bialys?

                                              1. re: roxlet

                                                They are ok, not like my favorites from the good ol' days!

                                                1. re: debmom

                                                  In the good old days I loved the bagel/bialy places in the Bronx. We lived in Yonkers and went to Jerome Avenue. Those were bagels! The store had toe doors, one said bagels, the other said bialiy's and they both led to the same store. And they were always hot.

                                                  1. re: debmom

                                                    I stopped there today, and I think that the bagels are pretty decent, as was the bialy I tried. These bagels were hot out of the oven, and when I opened the plastic bag that they had been in, the steam caused the paper bag to spill open. These bagels are far more heavily seeded that the ones at Park Place. I'll have to get a read from the bagel eaters in the house.

                                                    1. re: roxlet

                                                      They put hot bagels in a plastic bag? Good grief. Bye bye crust.

                                                      1. re: wincountrygirl

                                                        They were in a paper bag inside the plastic bag, and the paper bag just broke apart when I took them out. The bag was soaked.

                                                        1. re: roxlet

                                                          Oh, ok. It was one of those plastic "shopping" bags. Whew!

                                        2. re: wincountrygirl

                                          I have a client at 45th and 3rd so I walk up to 51st. it's a 10-12 minute walk back to gct.

                                          1. re: vinouspleasure

                                            Thanks. I'll have to give it a try next time I'm in town.

                                    2. re: vinouspleasure

                                      Haha!! You know, all the times I think I've ever had them I've had them with lox. I can't ever recall having a plain one or with just cream cheese. So maybe the saltiness of the lox offsets the sweetness? I'm getting bagels from their for mother's day so I'll have to have a non-loxed bagel taste test. :-)

                                      1. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

                                        and I'll taste test the bagels with lox! we can compare notes here post-mother's day, enjoy the day (and the bagel)!

                              1. re: kdgchow

                                Oh, I agree with you 100% on the Lefteris in Tarrytown being bad. Really, really terrible. I met a friend there for lunch the week before last, and ordered a Greek salad and a chicken stick. The salad dressing was disgustingly sweet. I conldn't eat it, and the only thing that made the chicken edible was the very mediocre tzatziki, which I had to ask for. i

                                1. re: kdgchow

                                  I think they get their bagels from the place across the street from Shop Rite in Bedford Hills.

                                  1. re: wincountrygirl

                                    Is that Bedford Bagel & Bakery? Will have to buy some there and confirm.

                                    1. re: kdgchow

                                      Yes - at least when I asked a couple of years ago that's where they were getting them.

                                2. re: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream

                                  BTW, I'm assuming it's pretty much a lost cause for good Chinese food around here? Back when I lived in White Plains, at least I had Imperial Wok and Aberdeen nearby.

                                  1. re: kdgchow

                                    There was a good place in Thornwood in the Rose Hill Shopping Center and they deliver to Mt. Kisco - Hunan Ritz. But, I have not had their food in a long time since I moved up to Goldens Bridge, so I'm not sure it's still good.

                                    1. re: wincountrygirl

                                      Hunan Ritz went downhill for a while and then closed. It's been replaced by an Asian fusion place called Asian Wave. It has a limited number of Chinese dishes but the ones (General Tso's chicken and beef in Szechuan sauce) that I have tried were decent American-Chinese renditions.

                                      For regular Chinese take out, I like Asian Gourmet in Thornwood (behind Walgreen's). They do a very good job with the simpler dishes, like chicken w/ string beans. They use good ingredients and don't use as much oil as other nearby places.

                                    2. re: kdgchow

                                      your best bet is still aberdeen and imperial wok for szechuan. I take out from szechuan gourmet once a month as it's about 10 mins from gct. even lukewarm, it's miles better than anything close to home.

                                      1. re: kdgchow

                                        Anyone try Rice in Armonk? They bill themselves as serving authentic Cantonese food and are constantly offering coupons, but I'm a bit skeptical. How do they compare to, say, Aberdeen in White Plains?

                                        1. re: kdgchow

                                          FYI, I like Central Seafood better than Aberdeen. Never been to Rice.

                                          1. re: kdgchow

                                            I've been to Rice twice and really like it. Everything we've had has been excellent and the space is lovely (although it's located in the strangest strip mall I've ever seen). I'm not the person to judge "authentic Catonese," buts it's darn tasty food.

                                            1. re: kdgchow

                                              Hum, their website talks all about "innovative pan Asian" and there is virtually nothing close to a Cantonese dish on the online menu. Maybe the winter melon soup.

                                              1. re: tazerowe

                                                Yes, the food is more reinterpretive of traditional Chinese, not traditional takes. Delicious food in a nice setting.

                                        2. I like salsa fresco - sort of a chipotle clone but i still like it for what it is -americanized mexican, la tulipe (bakery) is excellent but pricey, and totally off the subject you have a very good, but pricey high end audio in mt. kisco-accent on music- if you are interested.

                                          1. For Thai, I like Mana Thai, which is next door to Petco (which used to be CVS), same shopping center as Staples. It's a very small place. Have not been there in a while, but it was good when we ate there. My biggest complaint: no lunch specials, so I don't stop there to pick up lunch when I'm in the area.

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                                            1. re: MisterBill2

                                              They totally have a lunch special at Mana Thai!!

                                              1. re: JKHCC

                                                Interesting, I will have to stop by and look at the menu next time I pass by since their online menu doesn't show it.

                                            2. Wanted to keep this thread going with an update.

                                              Tried Bedford Bagel and Bakery on Sunday. Pretty good, their bagels definitely look and taste more like bagels than the inner tubes that masquerade as bagels at most other places.

                                              Gerardo's is the best pizza I've tried in Mount Kisco so far.The regular slices are solid and the grandma slices are very good. How's the rest of the menu - pastas, heros, etc.? Basilico on Lexington Avenue was eh, on the level of Bellizzi. I was also a little disappointed with Via Vanti, definitely more flatbread than pizza, and pricey. How is their non-pizza fare?

                                              Turco's in Yorktown is very good, I usually rotate my shopping between them and DeCicco's in Armonk, depending on who has the better sales.

                                              My wife liked Mt. Kisco Wines and Spirits in the A&P Plaza, said it reminded her of Vino 100 in White Plains, only larger.

                                              Also tried Salsa Fresca - the one in Yorktown Heights - definitely a Chipotle clone. It's ok, but for that type of food, I'd rather go to Tijuana in downtown MK.

                                              Little Crepe Street is fast becoming a semi-regular weekend brunch spot. And I have to say that for a diner, the recently-remodeled Mount Kisco Coach Diner is pretty damn good.

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                                              1. re: kdgchow

                                                Thanks for the feedback!!!! I am a Turco's fan!

                                                1. re: kdgchow

                                                  great stuff! Dodd's liquor city in millwood is about 10 minutes from mt kisco. they often have ads in the pennysaver and if you buy off of those sales, you can do very well. the rest of the stuff can be overpriced. when you're there you may want to stop at local legend, rocky's, for a sandwich.

                                                  1. re: kdgchow

                                                    Oh, and if you're a beer nut and haven't checked out the DeCicco's in Armonk yet, run, don't walk. Fantastic selection on two floors, plus a beer bar that fills growlers, at extremely reasonable prices, IMO. I went to a Brooklyn Brewery tasting there a couple of weeks ago and it was terrific.

                                                    1. re: kdgchow

                                                      Salsa Fresca has benefited from Chipotle's decision to ignore Northern Westchester (a common theme).They've opened a place in Mamaroneck, which has a Chipotle nearby in Rye Brook. I wonder if they'll do as well.

                                                      1. re: kdgchow

                                                        Another update...

                                                        Tried Rocky's Deli in Millwood, got the Untouchable (chicken cutlet, grilled proscuitto, fresh mozzarella). Pretty good, but didn't blow me away. Some of the other sandwiches look interesting, any must-gets? It looks like if you don't get something with chicken, it's pretty much just Boar's Head all the way, which doesn't interest me as much.

                                                        The best sandwich I've gotten around here so far was the porchetta and broccoli rabe hero at A&S at the Route 117/128 intersection. Very tasty, and a lot of their other sandwiches look good as well.

                                                        Tried a slice at Gianfranco's in Bedford Hills, pretty mediocre. However, the slices at Mario's (at the MK Metro-North train station) were very good. Best tasting crust out of all the slice joints in the area, if it was just a little less saggy, it would be perfect. They also have Foxon Park sodas, a New Haven pizzeria staple! Saw they had a clam pie on their menu, any chance it could rival the one at Pepe's? One can hope...

                                                        1. re: kdgchow

                                                          I've been meaning to try Mario's. Heard it's very good.

                                                            1. re: DWeiss

                                                              Got to try it. I have heard that from a few people with similar food tastes to my own.

                                                          1. re: kdgchow

                                                            A must-get sandwich at Rocky's is a Chip-Chip - turkey, avocado, pepperjack cheese, bacon, and chipotle mayo. Get it on ciabatta if they have it. :)

                                                            Mario's is my favorite in the area. I haven't tried the clam pie yet, but it's on my list. Next time you're in Bedford Hill's, try Sinapi's Pizza Rustica - I think it's a definite cut above Gianfranco's .

                                                            1. re: Sra. Swanky

                                                              We had pizza at Sinapi's a while back when they had a Groupon-like offer and thought it was really good. They're not easy to find, on the side street across from Kohl's.

                                                        2. Unless I missed it, no one mentioned Lalibela Ethiopian in Mt Kisco, which is fabulous. Also Neo World Bistro is good for Asian fusion, and I think Via Vanti is quite good for dinner--I love the lamb burger and they have a nice array of dishes. I also second Mana Thai in the dead strip mall on 117.

                                                          In Yorktown Heights, Jewel of Himalaya is excellent and if you want red sauce Italian Don Tomasso's is good (especially the seafood posillipo).

                                                          For shopping, Mrs Green's Mt Kisco, Meadow's in Yorktown Heights, and the food stand or pick your own at Hilltop Hanover Farm in Yorktown Heights. It's a drive for you, but Hemlock Hill Farm on the Cortland/Yorktown border has great meat and poultry and eggs.

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                                                          1. re: dma1250

                                                            I've always wondered about NEO. Haven't heard much about it lately. Not a Mrs. Greens fan but want to do the Hilltop thing!

                                                            1. re: wincountrygirl

                                                              NEO is very good. I haven't seen them on Groupon lately. My only complaint about them is that they charged me for green tea the last time I ordered it, which bothered me. It wasn't clear if they charged everyone for it, or just got me because I used a Groupon (the danger of giving them the certificate before you see the check). My solution is not to order green tea when I go there. The owner's previous restaurant in Thornwood, Ace, did that, but in that case it was on the menu (but I missed it the first time, since they didn't do it originally)).

                                                              1. re: MisterBill2

                                                                Re charge for green tea. You only live life once. Go ahead and splurge for the green tea

                                                                1. re: docooker

                                                                  Not important enough to my meal to bother paying for.

                                                                  1. re: MisterBill2

                                                                    Curious as to what the charge might be.

                                                                    1. re: roxlet

                                                                      I think it was $2 each. But the issue was the surprise charge on my bill.

                                                            2. I grew up in Chappaqua and came back from NYC when my family outgrew our apartment with 2 kids. Marcella's has the best pizza hands down. Love Le Marqueta market nearby too. Pastry Corner is not new owners. The dad died, very sad, kids took it over. Give them a break. Cakes are fantastic. But La Tulipe is the best. For empanadas go to Chapiness near Ben & Jerrys. King Kone for best ice cream, it's near Muscoot, like a DQ. Muscoot farmers market on Sundays are great. New place called Outpost in Bedford sells all organic, local and NO GMO stuff. La Camelia is a fantastic restaurant. I hate NEO, like Hito or Oishi better. No good Chinese, but best of worst is Great Wall across from Friendlys. Mana Thai has a tiny menu, but awesome authentic food, cooked in front of you. Love Myong for lunch salads and wraps. Service is terrible for dinner. Modern Barn in Amonk is great. Blue Hill and Inn at Pound Ridge for special occasions. Don't like Bedford Post, terrible service and tiny portions for $300. Little House, eat in Tap Room. Or outside garden. Great wine list. Doffs for best value wine. Love Fountainhead too. I am sure I am forgetting much, like great home made pasta at Katonah Pasta and great bagels in Katonah at Goldbergs. New bagel place opening in Kisco by Sinapis people. Don't go anywhere for seafood besides Mt KISCO Seafood. And the Smokehouse is amazing. That's it for now!

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                                                              1. re: JKHCC

                                                                Bedford Post has is now part of Michael White's ground and is reopening it Septebmer as Campagna. The post was awful.

                                                                1. re: wincountrygirl

                                                                  Yes, but I have (I hope not disproportionate!) VERY high hopes for a Michael White resto.

                                                                  1. re: weedy

                                                                    As do I. I can't wait until they open!! Much more exciting to me than Jean George.

                                                              2. Another update:

                                                                Had a couple of pupusas at Rincon Santaneco and they were made to order and very good. Anything else on the menu worth trying? I saw few tables with tamales on them.

                                                                Tried a plain slice at Marcella's Pizza on Main Street - eh. Best slices I've found in MK so far are Gerardo's and Mario's.

                                                                Also tried some tacos al pastor at Maya, which is next to Little Kabab Station. The pork was pretty good, but no pineapple. Also, I'm trying to figure out if the place is truly Mexican - they're advertising things like churrasco and bandeja paisa.

                                                                It looks like the deli next door, American Latino Cafe, has a sit-down area, anyone ever been? And FWIW, what's the best taco in MK?

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                                                                1. re: kdgchow

                                                                  Also ,on lexington ave. is Henry's- my guess is the name is a carry-over from the past, it is mostly latino food and very good (reasonable prices). Haven't been there for awhile, but the local Latinos seem to show up there so they must be doing something right

                                                                  1. re: kdgchow

                                                                    Re Rincon Santaneco, the tamales are interesting, quite large with a whole chicken drumstick (bone and all) plus veggies in masa and banana leaf. Sometimes the masa is a bit too loose for my taste, but it is a solid go-to option. We also get the seafood soup. It is a massive bowl with a rich broth and tons of seafood. Shrimp, squid, crab and whole fish. Very messy but nice.

                                                                  2. I'd like to mention Table Local Market
                                                                    11 Babbitt Road
                                                                    Bedford Hills, NY 10507

                                                                    Grass-fed, organic, locally and humanely raised meats, local eggs, cheese & organic produce

                                                                    1. Yet another update:

                                                                      Tried Sinapi's Pizza in Bedford Hills. Solid plain slice, and a few of their specialty slices - nonna, upside down margherita and bruschetta - were very good. Will definitely be in the regular pizza rotation.

                                                                      Also tried the gelato at La Tulipe in MK...wow. Some of the best chocolate gelato I've ever had, and the espresso gelato was pretty terrific as well. It's not cheap - $5.25 gets you a small cup - but you can't knock the quality. Also tried a couple of macarons - I'm no expert, but I thought they were excellent.

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                                                                      1. re: kdgchow

                                                                        Glad you enjoyed. I frequent both Sinapi's and La Tulipe (glad to hear they still have gelato. They usually stop serving it around this time, but it's nice they adjusted to the mild weather) - both places are solid.

                                                                        Sinapi's also has a good bakery in Pleasantville on Wheeler Ave that recently opened.

                                                                        1. re: Sra. Swanky

                                                                          Sinapi's is also opening a bagel place in Mt Kisco across from Pastry Corner near where Mango cafe was, by the SCUBA store. Memes in Bedford Hills has great gelatin too. But I LOVE La Tulip everything.

                                                                          1. re: JKHCC

                                                                            Good to know - thanks! I'm so with you on La Tulipe - that place is incredible. I both love and hate the fact that I live 4 miles away from it! :)

                                                                            1. re: Sra. Swanky

                                                                              la tulipe has the best croissant in the county, or at least the best I've had in the county.

                                                                              1. re: vinouspleasure

                                                                                I agree. I have had the croissant at L'Anjou and it pales in comparison.