Cedar Street Grill Launches New Concept with Fall Menu

A few short weeks ago, Cedar Street Grill in Dobbs Ferry, celebrated its sixth anniversary as the “true American” go-to location, pairing craft cocktails with their signature fried chicken and “angry” cauliflower. This past weekend, chef-owner Matt Kay softly launched a new concept with his new fall menu. While Cedar Street’s commitment to flavor and … More Cedar Street Grill Launches New Concept with Fall Menu

IntoxiKate’s Eating for Orange

Let’s go orange! IntoxiKate Kate Schlientz joins Food Bank for Westchester to go orange for Hunger Action Month in an effort to educate the local community on the 200,000 neighbors who are hungry or food insecure. Starting this month, over 20 restaurants from across Westchester county will participate in “IntoxiKate’s Eating for Orange,” a month-long … More IntoxiKate’s Eating for Orange

ArtsBash 2017

Every year, we look forward to ArtsWestchester’s Annual ArtsBash Weekend, a spring fundraiser that includes an exclusive ArtsBash party on Friday, May 19, followed by Family ArtsBash celebration on Saturday, May 20, located at ArtsWestchester’s historic downtown White Plains building. ArtsBash’s fundraising party, which is open to the public, will feature food from more than … More ArtsBash 2017

Hunting for Tacos

If you subscribe to Verizon FIOS and enjoy delicious food, you probably watch Restaurant Hunter hosted by Emmy winner Rob Petrone (Twitter & Instagram @robpetronetv) as he searches for the best food in individual towns throughout the Lower Hudson Valley. On the show, we always enjoying learning about new places to eat, especially hole in the … More Hunting for Tacos

IntoxiKate Experience

Want to enjoy traditional Southeast Asian street food along with a great dining experience? Join Kate Schlientz, Creator of IntoxiKate.com and Host of Fork This on WGCH 1490 AM, on Wednesday, January 25th at 7 p.m. at Sambal Thai & Malaysian in Irvington. Located in the old Chutney Masala location in Irvington, Sambal celebrates traditional Southeast … More IntoxiKate Experience