A few weeks ago, we focused our energy on fitness and food. We started the day with the Tour de Yonkers, a 28 mile bike ride throughout the city. Even though we’re residents of Yonkers, the ride gave us a chance to experience areas that we haven’t previously seen. In addition to camaraderie between riders, the tour offered quite the spread both before and after the race. From bagels and bananas to fuel up before getting started to sandwiches and salads to fill up on after the race, we both rode and ate well!
We definitely worked up an appetite after all the hills so we decided to treat ourselves and headed to Port Chester to check out Salsa Picante, a relatively new Mexican restaurant located right downtown. Ever since our favorite Mexican spot closed earlier this year, we’ve been looking for a new go-to place and this just might be it! Salsa Picante was the perfect spot to fill up after the long ride. We started with guac (of course!), which was prepared at the table in front of us. Kristina had her usual, enchiladas verdes with cheese, and Allen had the pollo picante. For dessert, we tried the coconut flan which was the perfect sweet bite to end the meal.
Port Chester is definitely one of our favorite towns to grab a meal. Have you eaten there yet? If so, please share your go-to spots with us via email (email@example.com), Twitter (@foodiepleasure) or in the comments below!Salsa Picante 110 Adee Street Port Chester, NY 10573