Two weeks of dining deals make this a perfect time to check out the city’s underappreciated restaurant scene.
New Rochelle hasn’t developed a foodie cred as say the likes of a Port Chester or Tarrytown, yet when you look at the restaurant lineup for its upcoming Dine Downtown you can’t help but be impressed (and get a little hungry).
Of the 10 participating restaurants, two have had positive reviews in Westchester Magazine (A Place 2 Goand Alvin & Friends) and four have won Best Of awards (Coromandel, Gnarly Vine, Modern Restaurant,NoMa Social). Sorell Wine Bar Bistro was recently featured prominently in the magazine’s August issue feature Under the Radar Restaurants, and Posto 22 and Patrias have all both been written up in various articles. I can’t say we’ve done any editorial on the final participant, Da Giovanni, but their enticing homepage displaying (among other goodies) a hunk of Parmigiano-Reggiano, mammoth jars of olives, and a tray of stuffed green peppers tells me it’s time for a scouting lunch.
For the Dine Downtown event, each of these restaurants is offering a three-course dinner menu for $26 Monday through Thursday September 22 to 25 as well as September 29 to October 2.
The dining deals are sandwiched between the 2014 New Rochelle/Pelham ArtsFest (September 27 to 28), which includes a classic car show, a community painting party, the 3rd Annual Lincoln Avenue Arts & Culture Festival, LEGO Day at the Huguenot Children's Library, a behind-the-scenes tour of illustrator Charles Fazzino's studio, and more.
Source: Westchester Business Journal
New Rochelle’s upscale Mediterranean eatery NoMa Social, at the Radisson Hotel, is being awarded the 2013 Carlson Brand Renovation of the Year Award. The restaurant earned the title after recent multimillion-dollar renovations by interior designer and project manager Colby Brock.
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