Hartsdale is a hamlet and a census-designated place (CDP) located in the town of Greenburgh, Westchester County, New York. The population was 5,293 at the 2010 census. It is a suburb of New York City.
Things to do in Hartsdale
4.5 based on 240 reviews
This ‘restaurant’ is an abomination and should not get high marks. Food is terrible, highly overrated; don’t know how they claim to be Italian; Americanized version, maybe. Waste of money. Don’t bother.
4.5 based on 199 reviews
Eastchester Fish Gourmet, rated an Excellent by the NY Times (July 18, 2013) and voted Best Seafood Restaurant by Readers in Westchester by Westchester Magazine, is located in Scarsdale, NY offers the finest and freshest seafood available in its restaurant, fish market and catering to go. From the raw bar to landmark dishes such as fish and chips, Parmesan crusted cod, golden snapper and grilled branzino, Eastchester Fish Gourmet provides a sophisticated and casual atmosphere serving dinner 7 days a week and lunch on Thursdays and Fridays.
Excellent, fresh seafood, relatively prepared. Always something interesting and delicious. Lovely place for a special occasion or a spectacular lunch with friends. Great soups, lovely bread basket, creative entrees beautifully presented.
4 based on 72 reviews
Japanese, Chinese and Korean restaurants within a supermarket.
This is a really good Korean supermarket that carries a wide range of Korean and Asian items as well as a good selection of western foods too. Very good for fresh vegetables, fruit and a really fancy bakery there too.
4 based on 473 reviews
The Cheesecake Factory offers something for everyone featuring a wide variety of over 200 menu items prepared fresh to order each day, plus over 30 legendary varieties of the Finest Cheesecake.
Very nice location, generally clean and renovated. They have a huge menu and their portions are enormous - one portion equals 2-3 European portions.
Strongly recommend the salads and the healthy section of the menu!
They also have very nice cocktails, but a bit too sweat. Ask for less sugar.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
?The history of Central Avenue is right here in this little house that holds a restaurant and bar that never slows down and serves food into the wee hours. Candlelight is wings and wings are Candlelight. Ask anybody who has lived in central lower
Westchester in the past decades. They have burgers, wraps, sandwiches and some entrees but who would go there to not have wings, waffle fries and beer on tap? I can't imagine. They have a separate house next door that they bought and renovated to be their takeout business. The couple of times I've had takeout it doesn't taste the same, I think the wing sauce gets partially absorbed by the container. but don't think me saying this stops anyone from coming here to get superbowl wings to take home. It's like Christmas Eve at a good italian bakery, maybe worse. Don't have them the first time on Superbowl Sunday. Go on a tuesday at like 2:30 and maybe you won't have to wait. It gets like a zoo easily because it's a small place. Fight to get to the bar and get a beer while you wait, you may need 2 before you sit, get really lucky and you'll score a seat at the bar. You can eat there if you want but it's crowded and close and eveyone is brushing past you to get to the clipboard to put their name on the waitlist and to go to the bathroom..if you can wait, wait for a table.
4.5 based on 198 reviews
Westchester's favorite celebration restaurant. "The Melting Pot is pure entertainment," said the New York Times. Whether it's a romantic dinner for two, bridal event, babyshower, Ladies' Night Out, or birthday, The Melting Pot has the recipe to make all your occasions special. Relax in our private, elegant atmosphere and let our attentive servers guide you through our wide selection of fondues, fresh salads, succulent entrees and fine wines. Winner of an "Award of Excellence" from Wine Spectator magazine.
We love having fondue and are repeat customers since this location opened ten years ago. It's a fun experience and is our go to place for celebrating a birthday or anniversary and in this case, a belated Valentine's Day. Tony the manager always visits every table and our server treated us very well, she was great.
The food is wonderful - we love, love, love the Fiesta cheese fondue with white/brown/pretzel bread dippers and fruit and veggies (wish they would bring back the cauliflower which I much prefer over cherry tomatoes or celery). We love the mojo course with French Quarter and Good Earth Vegetarian (I love the addition of the polpettes - spicy vegetarian friendly meatballs). And you must celebrate Valentine's Day with dark chocolate fondue! We had to roll ourselves out of there, but we were satisfied as always!
Needless to say, we will be back! We would highly recommend this restaurant. It is one of our go to places for a fun dining experience.
4 based on 50 reviews
Traditional Vietnamese food serves Pho, Bun ( Rice Vermicelli ), Banh Hoi (thin rice noodle), Bo Luc Lac Beef cubes with onions and garlic, Banh Xeo ( Vietnamese Crepe ), Pork Chops and much more!
Lovely setting & authentic food. All 9 of us ate there and were so full by the end of lunch. Great noodles.
4 based on 59 reviews
Stupid and gimmicky system of buying beer from taps away from your tables. Most taps only partially full, dealing tenths of a glass with bills for amounts like $1.21 and 2.05--supposedly not counting foam. Mediocre beer. While I was doing this the busgirl removed my half-uneaten dinner. The waitress was helpless. The manager had no idea what to do except say "I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry." This was a dinner with my son, just back from college. Hey, mistakes happen but the restaurant showed no class under pressure.
4 based on 218 reviews
We visited for a team meal with co-workers. The food was truly wonderful, seemed freshly prepared, and priced right. Our meal was never rushed, but service can be on the slow side when busy. It's a fun restaurant where they attempt to meet everyone's specific requests for customizing your meal. Portions are large, and you will come away happy and satisfied. A unique cuisine which is simply delicious and hard to find in the area. Great restaurant for everything from a date to a more formal family dining experience. Wonderful for large groups, they handle them well.
4 based on 537 reviews
City Limits redefines the traditional American diner experience by showcasing a wide selection of comforting, sophisticated dishes-from house-smoked meats to gourmet pastries. The diner, which has locations in White Plains, NY, and Stamford, CT, specializing in breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
You can always be sure you’ll get a great meal here. Diner food is comfort food and City Limits delivers (figuratively AND literally). Great service, fast like a diner but they don’t hustle you out if you want to chat with your GF.
Even though White Plains is a fairly large city, reasonably priced, non-chain, excellent restaurants aren’t found in abundance. City Limits stands out among them.
I like that it’s central for meeting friends from farther north or the other side of the county.
Pro tip: avert your eyes from the oh-so-tempting baked goodies they sell at the entrance.
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