Ardsley is a village in Westchester County, New York, United States. It is part of the town of Greenburgh. The village's population was 4,452 at the 2010 census. The current mayor of Ardsley is Nancy Kaboolian.
Things to do in Ardsley
4.5 based on 49 reviews
This is a small family diner in Ardsley. I actually never even knew this place existed until recently. Typical diner food, service is very friendly, and always pretty busy.
We've ordered a few times from them for pick up. I've never actually dined in. Unfortunately, they do not deliver. The only thing that I've ordered recently on their menu that I did not like was their Turkey burger. It tasted dry and was almost inedible. However, like most diners, their breakfast is very good!
We will continue ordering from this diner, and hopefully one day we can actually sit down and eat. Give them a try!
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Independent bakeries are getting harder and harder to find but this gem has everything you could ever want in a bakery. I only wish I could have tried one of everything. I did have their black and whites and a croissant. I will say that everything looked great.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
CEDAR STREET GRILL is downtown Dobbs Ferry’s latest addition, seeking to offer the finest selection of American themed fare and artisanal beers. Think cozy and welcoming. Think fabulous fresh comfort food with interesting twists. Think true American food made with simple, honest ingredients and you will think of CEDAR STREET GRILL in Dobbs Ferry. Wintertime dining feels like a cabin in the mountains with its fireplace and rustic atmosphere. Summertime dining feels like a cottage in New England with charming open windows.
Our first visit to this pub-like restaurant was a bit disappointing. The atmosphere is great and the service was friendly and attentive. But the food was a mixed bag. There were four of us and our friend who had the burger enjoyed his, but my husband and I found the friend chicken overly breaded and dry and the accompaniments -- pickles and corn bread -- just fair (would have preferred some kind of potato or veg, frankly). We also ordered the homemade popovers and these were truly awful -- in texture, taste and shape. I've had popovers in some excellent restaurants and whoever makes them here needs to do more research. They were practically inedible. All this said, this is probably a decent place for a casual burger, but until they get their menu more consistent, we're unlikely to visit again. Too bad, since we did like the environment.
4.5 based on 252 reviews
it has great prices on meats produce they even sell wine at good prices as well- they have a great bakery
4.5 based on 493 reviews
Went to a birthday party here and was blown away by the passed appetizers. Everyone serves the same old appetizers at parties and these were just so unique and delicious. One was a chip with a dabble of sauce that blew us away with its perfect mix of crunch, flavor and after taste. The wontons and curry sauce were so good I kept following the wait staff for more. The service was actually impeccable. I was so impressed with the views the service and the food I will battle Long Island traffic to head back up to Irvington to do it again.
4 based on 378 reviews
Harvest On Hudson is located in the village of Hastings On Hudson – right on the Hudson River in Westchester, NY. The flagship restaurant of the Fort Pond Bay Company, Harvest On Hudson offers patio dining, an outside bar, an organic vegetable and herb garden, stone fireplace, a classy bar and lounge, view of the sunset over the Palisades, and more. Executive Chef Vincent Barcelona creates authentic gourmet Italian cuisine, inspired by our fully-functional garden and local produce. Harvest On Hudson can also accommodate your dining experience for any private event.
This is a nice Italian restaurant in a wonderful location. The food is good, so as the service but it is very expensive.
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.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Stagioni serves the best brick oven pizza and seasonal innovative Italian cuisine. We cater for all occasions off premises and on premises. Party room available for up to 50 people. We specialize in office party and staff lunch catering. Our menu includes fresh salads, soups, antipasto, pasta, panini and sandwiches as well as an extensive pizza selection. Specials change daily
We shared a wonderful salad then had two veal dishes that were wonderful. Got a very nice glass of Montipulciano (sp ?) and Pino Grigiio.There was a very nice dessert menu as well. Although we didn't get it, the pizza looked very good.
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 based on 176 reviews
This was probably the best restaurant I’ve ever eaten at. The appetizers, main course and the deserts were absolutely mind blowing. Full of flavor and cooked to perfection. This was my first time at the restaurant and I will highly recommend this to everyone. The octopus and meatballs were phenomenal, pasta was delicious and pork dinner was juicy and full of flavor. Cookie with ice cream desert could feed the table. Enjoy!
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