Katonah is one of three hamlets and census-designated places (CDP) within the town of Bedford, Westchester County, in the U.S. state of New York, specifically northern Westchester. The Katonah CDP had a population of 1,679 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Katonah
4.5 based on 142 reviews
We went there for lunch. They are very accommodating. My husband wanted grilled vegetables on a green salad. He said it was delicious. I had the lunch special. A fish sandwich on a panini. Everything was grilled and dellicious. Service was good. Place was clean. When I am in the area I will return.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Great spot for quiet time. They have tables to relax and surf the web on your own device. They have tables for eating as well. The menu is pretty nice with breakfast and lunch options. They have coffee juice and some basic groceries you can buy. the food is healthy and made fresh to order. The pastries are great too! This is located in a very cute neighborhood!
4 based on 27 reviews
The customer is always right - needs to be re-enforced with the staff and owner. After ordering a pricey holiday platter and picking the platter up ourselves, the staff was less than attentive to further requests and was even rude. Upon calling the owner, he made no apologies. That enough for me not to ever again order or purchase from here. I have alternatives to go to.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
It is listed in the 2012 Westchester Zagat
It's NOT fancy, but the food at this popular neighborhood Italian place is tasty and freshly cooked. Portion sizes are substantial but not excessive.
They were able to fit my father and I in despite our not having made reservations on a Friday night, although we were seated at a high table in the bar area.
Staff was bustling and courteous but occasionally misfiring (I got freshly grated parmesan cheese on my chicken as requested, but no freshly ground black pepper, and a promised tap water refill took awhile).
Dad cleaned his plates of crab cakes and caesar salad, while I enjoyed my special salad of the day (a refreshing combination of boston lettuce, hearts of palm and avocado in Italian dressing) and chicken parmigiana (with linguini substituted for the original sides of potato and vegetables).The pasta in my main course was cooked al dente and the plate featured a generous amount of tomato sauce that I found slightly sweet but very enjoyable.
Nino's offered decent value for money, with many main courses at dinner coming in under $20, and even the veal and fish were less than $30.
We had no trouble getting free street parking in the evening for the centrally located village restaurant, which sits directly opposite Bedford Hills Metro North train station.
4.5 based on 189 reviews
Fresh Organic and Delicious
Our suburban area of NY is full of many different types of cuisines with a heavy concentration of American, Italian, Japanese/Chinese and Mexican establishments. The Jewel of the Himalaya definitely provides a break from the norm with their Nepalese style fare. I like to bring colleagues visiting us for work to this restaurant because it is a bit different and also due to its convenient location, great food and comfortable atmosphere. Our local staff and our visitor really enjoyed the meal. I hadn’t remembered that they don’t have a full bar - only beer and wine - so bear that in mind if it’s important to you. The wine we chose was quite good and reasonably priced for a bottle at a restaurant. We were not rushed so had plenty of time to appreciate our meal and engage in some interesting discussions.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Last visit quite awhile ago was pleasantly surprised. Service was good, choices and quality very good, and liked the wine special (actually too much so as we ordered two bottles).
4 based on 154 reviews
Our visit here was fine, the food was good and the servings were enormous, that would be ENORMOUS. Everything we never finished was taken home and provided a second meal the next day.
Overall, I was not WOWwed with the experience, as I was expecting so much more. My dinner companions were familiar with the other location in Tarrytown and raved about the food there. They did admit that the other location was better. This was still good, but a let-down based on what I was led to expect.
That said, the food here was, as I said was good and my review should not be taken as a negative.
4 based on 74 reviews
Spent the past (sub-zero) New Years Eve at Le Fontane with friends. The menu was a price-fixed $75 for a four course dinner.
The evening started off with the fact that, after being seated, no one approached us with menus, or even came to take drink orders. Not good. When we were finally approached - by a young man wearing a plaid flannel shirt hanging out of black jeans (on New Year's Eve!) - we were able to order; but when our drink order came, there was only ONE cocktail on the tray and the (different) server had no idea where the rest of the order was. The first course, a "hot antipasto" consisted of some under-seasoned and under-heated fried calamari and zucchini. Clearly had been sitting around in the kitchen for a while. The beet and Gorganzola cheese salad had no seasoning and no dressing on it. The duck breast some of us ordered was pronounced really good, though also under-seasoned, and the lamb shanks (highly touted by Mr. Plaid Shirt) were totally tasteless, as was the bed of rice they were sitting on. The desserts (clearly not house-made) were very good - in fact the only worthy part of the entire meal, so one out of four courses was worth coming for, but a bit pricey at $75. And the service was atrocious. Never again; at least until they hire a different chef and a professional wait staff.
4 based on 24 reviews
Tazza is the best. Great coffee combinations and pastry products plus fantastic service makes Tazza a must stop at any time during the day. By the way... it's not nearly expensive as Starbucks!!
Katonah would not allow a Starbucks into the community paving the way for Tazza... hooray !!!
4 based on 121 reviews
Welcome to Muscoot Tavern! We've been a hidden gem, tucked away along the corner of Route 100 and 35 since the roaring 20's. What you'll find here is a casual and friendly atmosphere for guests of all ages. Home of a great selection of pizza, pastas, daily upscale specials and great deals at the bar, we're sure to have the drinks and mouth-watering comfort food that you crave. Throughout the history of Muscoot, we've changed hands many times but what stays the same is our legacy as a great hangout. Be sure to make it to happy hour Monday through Friday from 4 - 6 and take advantage of dollar off cocktails and $2 off all beers. Guests at Muscoot Tavern can sit back and enjoy not just our delicious signature thin-crust pizza and famous pastas, but a variety of fare like burgers, sandwiches, and entrees. We also have lunch sized portions and a kid's menu. Gluten-free items are available upon request. Domestic and Import beer is always available both on-tap or in a bottle. In a hurry or on the go? Muscoot Tavern's menu is also available to go! We're the oldest restaurant in Westchester, so be sure to stop in for a taste of history.
good food with reasonable prices. liquor prices a bit high for the location and ambiance. great service. got the lobster special and it was good. all entrees should come with at least a house salad and the only complaint is their bread (if it can be called that). Soggy, doughy and tasteless. They really need to buy good crusty type Italian bread.
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