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Dining Out & About

Your guide to eating out in Port Chester, Rye Brook and surrounding areas.

You don’t have to go far to find great food. Just look inside!

A Supplement to the


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Pollo a la Brasa

Misti RestauRant “Our Specialty is Roasted Chicken”

Authentic Peruvian Cuisine Serving Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Peruvian Pepper Steak Chicken Dishes Pork Dishes Seafood Soup Fried Seafood Shrimp Dishes Open - 7 Days Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. Friday - sunday 8 a.m. - Midnight

110 north Main st., port Chester, ny Delivery available se Habla español


Lunch specials takeout also

American American Legion Post 93

International Café & Brazilian Bakery

78 Pearl St., Port Chester 937-5562

103 Adee St., Port Chester 939-1002

Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar

Rio Minas Brasil U.S.A. Buffet

42 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 253-5358

140 Midland Ave., Port Chester 481-5724

Belle Fair Country Market Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar

14 South Main St., Port Chester 937-2086

44 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 690-9453

Chop’t Creative Salad Company 116 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 908-4184

Fairways Restaurant 1323 King St., Greenwich, CT 203-531-1138

J T Straw’s Bar & Grill 435 North Main St., Port Chester 937-9695

servIng great Food sInce 1990 & gettIng better Kitchen Open tiLL 3 a.m. daiLy SpeciaLS Reasonable Prices $550 to $1495

Happy Holidays

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El Tesoro II

Chinese China House 170B North Main St., Port Chester 939-7288 or 939-7290

Great Wall Restaurant 140 Midland Ave., Port Chester 939-0068

Ho Sai Gai 544 Willett Ave., Port Chester 937-8337 or 937-8339

34 Ridgeland Terrace, Rye 921-2233

Manchu Garden Chinese & Japanese Cuisine

Panera Bread

504 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-8688

On the Way Café

10 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-0079

Port Chester Coach Diner 317 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 937-0008

Number 1 Chinese Restaurant 120 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 937-8465

Panda Restaurant 213 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 937-4699

112 North Main St., Port Chester 933-7427

Panda II Chinese Restaurant

Rye Ridge Deli

32 Grace Church St., Port Chester 939-4310

Sam’s Bar & Grill

Our Famous Bar Pizza and Buffalo Wings

El Tesoro Restaurant 92 Purdy Ave., Port Chester 935-9440

Rye Ridge Shopping Center 126 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 937-2131

Serving Lunch and dinner Full us Salads, Pasta, Burgers, l P Sandwiches, Steaks, Seafood IrIsh Menu AND

Central American

20 BelleFair Boulevard, Rye Brook 939-2370

Q Authentic Barbecue Restaurant

IrIsh Pub & restaurant


Sichuan Pavilion 480 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-8889

1 Mill St., Port Chester 939-2001

Wah Yuan Chinese Restaurant

The Kneaded Bread

Post Road Plaza 262 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 939-7776

181 North Main St., Port Chester 937-9489

The Pub Doral Arrowwood Anderson Hill Rd., Rye Brook 939-6630

Asian Buddha 1 Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook 481-4651

Euro Asian Bistro 30 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 937-3680

Burgers Elevation Burger 176 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 305-6700

Westchester Burger Co. 275 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 305-6095

Brazilian Café Brazil USA 37-39 North Main St., Port Chester 939-1139

Churrascaria Copacabana 29-31 North Main St., Port Chester 939-6894

Coffee Shops Starbucks Coffee Company Rye Ridge Shopping Center 118 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 937-1597

Pan America Bakery & Café 22 South Main St., Port Chester 939-0005

Colombian Aqui Es Santa Fe Café 32 Broad St., Port Chester 305-1060

Asi Es Colombia 172 North Main St., Port Chester 934-7675

Delicias Colombianas 36 Broad St., Port Chester 939-9425

El Rincon Paisa 130 North Main St., Port Chester 939-9364

Los Remolinos Restaurant 123 North Main St., Port Chester 937-7456

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Misti draws people from near and far for its Peruvian pollo a la brasa T


he husband and wife team of Rosa and Liborio Castillo have realized the American Dream. These entrepreneurs had an idea and ran with it. Twelve years after opening their first restaurant in Port Chester, the Castillos’ business is booming even while other restaurants may be hurting. That’s because at Misti Restaurant, located at 110 North Main St., the Castillos offer good food at exceptional prices and fast, courteous service in pleasant surroundings. What more could you ask? After three years at 100 North Main St., corner of Adee, the current home of Misti Take-out, Misti Restaurant moved to its current, much larger quarters which took two years and $300,000 to transform from its previous office use. The first contractor took the Castillos money and didn’t do any work, forcing them to hire a second to complete the job. Having long outgrown its corner space, Misti opened at its new location nine years ago on Oct. 28, 2002. While Misti features a variety of Peruvian cuisine, there’s no question that their specialty is pollo a la brasa—rotisserie chicken. “Pollo a la Brasa” screams out in large red letters on the signs both on the front and back of the eatery, positioned even before the name of the restaurant. People come from New Haven, Bridgeport, Norwalk, New Jersey, Long Island and Yonkers for Misti’s pollo a la brasa, said Rosa. There have even been customers who have taken it back to family in North Carolina and Atlanta. Diners hail not only from Peru but a smorgasbord of countries—China, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Ecuador, Central America and the United States. Sometimes 10-12 high school students will come for lunch or dinner. All through high school my 18-yearold daughter and her friends frequented Misti because the food is good and it’s affordable. Plus it’s a lot healthier than McDonald’s. “I feel happy,” Rosa said, about the warm reception their restaurant has received from so many different types of people. For $7.00, you get half a chicken, rice and salad. The price has only risen 50 cents in the past nine years. One quarter of a rotisserie chicken with the sides,

Domingo Castillo, nephew of owners Rosa and Liboria Castillo, is one of two people in charge of roasting the chickens at Misti Restaurant in Port Chester. He stands in front of the rotisserie oven where 40 chickens can cook at one time. plenty for the average person unless you’re really hungry, costs only $5.50. A whole chicken with the sides goes for $15. “I keep the prices for years,” said Rosa, noting that although the products keep getting more expensive, if she raises the prices every time her costs go up, she has to change all the menus. So she just keeps the prices low and the volume increases. On the weekends, especially Sundays, you can wait 45 minutes for a table. Since Misti doesn’t take reservations, there are people waiting at both the front and back of the restaurant. Many park in the lot behind the eatery and enter through the back door, where if you’re lucky you might be able to grab a seat on one of the benches provided for waiting customers. If you don’t feel like waiting, just go back at a less popular time. Rosa doesn’t know if Misti’s food is better than that at other Peruvian restaurants. “My customers have to qualify the food,” she said. But she knows it has good flavor, she likes it and it’s “cooked with love.” “Me and my husband are working very hard,” said Rosa. And their hard work has paid off. They’ve gone from three employees—

Misti Restaurant owners Rosa and Liborio Castillo (at right) receive an award from the Port Chester-Rye Brook Chamber of Commerce at their dinner dance on Nov. 4. Presenting the award is Past Chamber Chairman Michael Borrelli accompanied by, from left, current Chairman Frank Madonia and President Ken Manning. Photo by Silvio Buccieri

two in the kitchen and one in the dining room plus Rosa and Liborio—to 18 or 19. While Rosa used to be on the premises most of the time overseeing the restaurant and Liborio was often in the kitchen cooking, their niece, Cathy Castillo of Port Chester, now manages the restaurant for them and there are two people in charge of the kitchen. Rosa and Liborio are there every morning and Rosa takes care of buying supplies at Sam’s Club or Costco. Most of the food is ordered from local suppliers and delivered.

Second rotisserie oven will be installed to meet demand

Misti has surpassed the capacity of its rotisserie oven, which cooks 40 chickens at a time. On a given day, it turns over four times, more on weekends. Rosa said they get 30 cases of 20-24 chickens delivered four days a week for their two restaurants. “It’s a lot of chickens,” she said, at least 2,400, and “a lot of preparation.” What gives the chickens their extraordinary flavor? “This is a secret,” Rosa said. “I make my own preparation.” Either Rosa or her husband makes the sauce for the chickens every morning for the next day and on Friday they prepare it for Saturday and Sunday. Besides the sauce, the cooking time is key to keeping the meat moist. Two people, one in the morning and one at night, are in charge of roasting the chickens and making sure they’re cooked just right. The result is a tasty, moist chicken with crispy skin—better than you can get anywhere. All of the preparation of chickens is done at 110 North Main for both Misti and Misti Take-out. The latter has an oven that cooks 48 chickens at a time. Chickens may be cooked at one place and served or sold at the other as needed. After waiting half an hour for a table on a recent Sunday, when my husband and I sat down, we were told it would be an hour before the pollo a la brasa would be ready. The chickens take an hour and a half to cook. So we opted for other dishes instead and went back during the week for the rotisserie chicken. To meet the weekend demand, next month the Castillos will be reposition-

ing their current roaster and installing a second one so they’ll be able to cook 80 chickens at a time as needed. Besides good food and “good attention to the customers,” cleanliness is important to Rosa, who was a housekeeper before she and her husband opened Misti. When she goes to other restaurants, if there are fingerprints on the glasses, for instance, she probably won’t return.

Two immigrants meet in Port Chester

Rosa, 56, who hails from Guatemala, came to the U.S. 30 years ago, first to California and in 1986 to Port Chester. Liboria, 55, immigrated to Port Chester from Peru 27 years ago. They met and married here. When the Castillos first visited Peru together and Rosa tasted the pollo a la brasa, she told her husband he should open a restaurant in Port Chester serving that chicken. The rest is history. The Castillos were honored by the Port Chester-Rye Brook Chamber of Commerce at its early November dinner dance for their hard work, longevity, and service to the community.

Extensive menu

Misti, a spacious family restaurant seating 150, has an extensive menu of appetizers, soups, salads, fish and seafood, chicken, beef and Peruvian spaghetti dishes—59 in all. Rosa recommends them all. “But for Peruvians, they like pollo a la brasa,” she said. In eating it, “they remember their country, they remember Peru.” The Lomo Saltado ($9.00/$6.00 for half a portion), beef slices sautéed with onions and tomatoes and served over French fries with a side of rice, is also popular. In the past Rosa has recommended all of the Tallarin or Peruvian spaghetti dishes on the menu ($9 to $12). All fish dishes are made with pollock, a member of the cod family found in the North Atlantic. It is white, firm, and has a delicate, slightly sweet flavor. Although I usually get the pollo a la brasa, I’ve never been disappointed with any of the other dishes I’ve tried at Misti, including the ceviche. Please turn to page 6

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Continental The Tulip Tree at the Hilton Rye Town 699 Westchester Ave., Rye Brook 939-6300

Dominican Hollywood Chicken International 216 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 934-8137

Reyna Restaurant 66 Poningo St., Port Chester 939-9251

Ecuadorian El Criollito Restaurant 138 Irving Ave., Port Chester 934-8010

Rinconcito Ecuatoriano Restaurant 150 North Main St., Port Chester 937-7343

Fast Food Burger King 260 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 934-7877

Dunkin Donuts 330 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 939-8331

Dunkin Donuts 295 Midland Ave., Port Chester 935-9034

Garden Catering 140 Midland Ave., Port Chester 934-7852 or 934-7810

Hubba 24 North Main St., Port Chester 939-7276

Kentucky Fried Chicken 262 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 935-0741

McDonald’s Restaurant 321 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 937-3355

Subway Restaurant 262 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 934-5045

Subway Restaurant 302 Midland Ave., Port Chester 937-0022

Subway Restaurant 19 North Main St., Port Chester 914-481-5255

Texas Chili Restaurant 8 South Main St., Port Chester 937-0840

French La Creperie Café 604 North Main St., Port Chester 934-0026

Greek/American One Station Plaza 111 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-3416


International Brisa Marina Restaurant 40 Grace Church St., Port Chester 934-9090

Café Mirage 531 North Main St., Port Chester 937-3497

Sonora Nuevo Latino Cuisine 179 Rectory St., Port Chester 933-0200 Specialties include: Lobster and plantain bisque, traditional Colombian free range chicken and potato soup, tuna and yucca cake with mango and wasabi sauce, Ecadorian ceviche: shrimp, tomato base, avocado, red onions and citrus, lobster and avocado quesadilla, steamed Rhode Island mussels, pan roasted Chilean sea bass with white beans, chorizo and lobster broth, Sonora seafood paella, grilled lamb chops with wild mushrooms, mashed potatoes and roasted garlic mojito sauce, grilled skirt steak with mojito thyme sauce and lobster moro rice. Lunch: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Dinner starts at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday. Closed Monday. Cooking classes. Latin jazz music every Thursday. Private room available. Free on-premises parking. frank

Irish/American Davy Byrnes Irish Pub & Restaurant 538 Willett Ave., Port Chester 937-2106 Full Irish menu includes Gaelic Mixed Grill, Shepherd’s Pie, Corned Beef and Cabbage. Also Irish Beef Stew, Corned Beef Sandwiches, Fish & Chips, Irish Soda Bread, salads, pastas, seafood, steak, Chicken Pot Pie, turkey, burgers, soup, chili, Sherry Trifle, New York Style Cheesecake, Guinness Dark Irish Beer, Hart Irish Beer. Lunch: Sun.-Sat. 11:305, Dinner: 5-10 p.m. Credit cards: VISA, MC, AX. Some off-street parking.

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Arrosto 25 South Regent St., Port Chester 939-2727

Marianacci’s Restaurant 24 Sherman St., Port Chester 939-3450

Nessa Ristorante

Come experience Sonora. You will not be disappointed.

325 North Main St., Port Chester 939-0119

Pasquale II Ristorante 2 Putnam Ave., Port Chester 934-7770 The great cuisine of Arthur Avenue comes to Port Chester. Specialties: Stuffed Artichoke, Linguine Pescatore (with chopped clams and shrimp in white or red sauce, Costata di Vitello (veal chops), Chicken Balsamic, Zuppa di Pesce (lobster, shrimp, calamari, clams and mussels in red sauce over linguine), Fusilli Primavera (zucchini, peas, mushrooms, broccoli in light red sauce, Veal Scaloppine. Homemade Cheese Cake and Tira Mi Su. Closed Monday. Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m., Sat. 3 p.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 1-9 p.m. Most major credit cards. Free on-premises parking.

T & J Villaggio Trattoria 223-225 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 937-6665

Tarry Market Café 179 North Main St., Port Chester 253-5680

28 Grace Church St., Port Chester 937-8537

Tarry Lodge

Keylee’s Restaurant

18 Mill St., Port Chester 939-3111


2 Putnam Avenue, Port Chester, NY 914-934-7770


Café Guatemala

11 Pearl St., Port Chester 481-1650

The Great Cuisine of Arthur Avenue

Italian/Mediterranean Il Sogno Ristorante

Tandoori Taste of India

316 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 914-937-7200

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Sonora We will open at 5:00 p.m. From 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. there will be an a la carte menu and from 8:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. we will offer a prix fixe menu (4-course meal) $65, live music plus glass of champagne.

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Open for Lunch & Dinner Private Room Available • Cooking Classes

179 Rectory Street, Port Chester, NY




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Misti draws people from near and far for its Peruvian pollo a la brasa Misti opens at 8 a.m. for breakfast, and there is a special breakfast menu consisting of Orden de Tamal, a corn flour pie stuffed with slices of pork or chicken ($4); a Peruvian breakfast of Chicharron, Tamal, Camote Firto y Cebollita Criolla ($8), deep fried meat pie stuffed with slices of pork or chicken and fried sweet potatoes served with red onion and lemon salad; Lomo al Jugo ($8), slices of beef sautéed with onions and tomatoes served with home fries; Chanfainita ($8), slices of leg of lamb cooked with home fries and served with rice; Lomo al Vino ($8), slices of beef sautéed with onions, tomatoes and wine served with home fries; Orden de Chicharron ($4), deep fried pork served with onion salad; a chicken or beef sandwich ($4); empanada de pollo or carne ($2.50); eggs and French fries ($5); or a hot dog ($2). The rest of the day one menu suffices, which is clearly translated into English, in addition to a 9-item dessert menu of cakes, puddings, cookies and custards. All of the desserts may not be available every day. The longtime servers at Misti speak English and two in particular speak it well, said Rosa. On my recent visits, the service has been prompt, friendly and efficient and there have been no problems with communication. Misti has a full liquor license, but they only serve beer in bottles and reasonably priced wine by the glass or bottle. And Rosa has set a strict limit of three beers per person. “A lot of people come with kids,” Rosa said. “I don’t want them drinking.”

Bright, airy décor

Misti is bright, open, airy and bustling. The spacious green and off-white dining room is broken up by an attractive wooden divider in the center of the room topped with large potted plants, including lots of poinsettias at this time of year. Mirrors and framed Peruvian scenes cover the walls, the floor is green and beige ceramic tile and the dining room is furnished with green-topped light wood tables with matching chairs. Many ornate light fixtures hang from the ceil-

The crowded dining room at Misti on a busy Sunday night. ing. Currently lots of tiny blue as well as side of white rice formed into a flattened multi-colored lights strung throughout round shape. It was served piping hot. the restaurant create a festive atmoWith the fries on the bottom, the sauce sphere for the holiday season. A room in soaks into them, making them slightly the back, which is only opened on week- soggy, slightly crunchy. ends, can accommodate large parties. We also ordered the Ceviche Mixto Rosa makes sure the whole place is kept ($12), billed as an appetizer but plenty super clean. of food for a meal, especially when Chickens are visible spinning on you’re sharing. This Peruvian style searotisseries behind glass to your right as food cocktail, one of four varieties on you enter the dining room. A sizeable the menu, consists of shrimp, calamari, rectangular bar with a clay roof toward pulpo, scallops, fish and mussels (ours the back of the restaurant is where beer, came with a large mussel in the shell wine and non-alcoholic beverages are on top) marinated in freshly squeezed dispensed. lemon juice with onions and cilantro. It A mural of a snow-covered mountain is served on a bed of lettuce with a side and beautiful greenery confronts you as of boiled potato or yucca. Ordering the you enter Misti. The painting is of Misti, ceviche medium spicy gave it just the a volcano in Arequipa, Peru for which right amount of zing. Ours came with a the restaurant was named. A larger than piece of boiled sweet potato and a thick life-sized Santa Claus currently stands in slice of corn on the cob. front of the mural. A basket of soft rolls (generally two for each person) and butter comes with meals. These are yummy with a touch On my recent Sunday evening visit of the green jalapeno sauce in squeeze to Misti with my husband, I opted for bottles on each table. Cameron Saltado ($12.50), the seafood My husband ordered a glass of pinot version of the popular Lomo or Pollo grigio ($5), which was perfectly fine, Saltado. I counted no less than 10 mediand I had a delicious strawberry banana um-sized shrimp which are cooked with drink ($3.50) with a stronger taste of large slices of onions and fresh tomatoes bananas than berries. Bottles of wine are to create a flavorful sauce, all of which is priced in the very reasonable $18 to $20 poured over French fries. As with many range. For dessert, Crema Volteada ($3), dishes, Cameron Saltado comes with a similar to flan except thicker and more airy, was light and delectable. As described on the menu, it is made with whole milk, condensed milk, eggs and sugar baked in a caramel-coated mold, turned out onto a dish and served in its own caramel sauce. We were only disappointed that it was served with plastic spoons unlike the rest of the meal. With two coffees, our bill totaled $41.88. Our next visit on a weekday around 9:30 p.m. found Misti still hopping. Of course there was no wait, but people kept coming and going. This time we had half of a pollo a la brasa ($7), and it was even more delicious than we had remembered, reminding us that we

Dinner for two


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should go more often, especially since we’re always looking for good places to eat later at night. There’s nothing dry about this chicken and the yummy taste is infused throughout. It combines well with the slightly sticky rice and simple salad of iceberg, sliced cucumbers and radishes topped with a small amount of creamy vinaigrette dressing. To drink, I had a glass of the Chicha Morada ($2), a drink made daily on the premises with Peruvian purple corn boiled with sugar, cinnamon, pineapple and lemon. Deep purple in color, it has a natural fruity taste highlighted by cinnamon. It was served in a glass with another glass of ice on the side for chilling as desired. This beverage is also served by the pitcher ($7). My husband had a bottle of one of the South American beers ($4.25). We also had the Sopa de Almejas (clam soup) ($7), not the best choice. Five large clams in the shell came in a large bowl of orange broth of medium thickness. The broth, made with clam juice, tomatoes and onions, had a pleasant flavor, but the clams were too big and chewy and there were no additional pieces of clam in the broth. For dessert, there’s nothing better than the Alfajor ($1.50), two soft butter cookies sandwiching dulce de leche, a caramel filling, drenched in confectioner’s sugar. This scrumptious cookie provides just the right amount of sweetness to top off a great meal. Our tab this time around: $23.55. On both occasions, our waitresses were helpful, efficient and accommodating, both having a good command of English. On our weekday visit, our server was particularly cheerful and friendly.

Hours, parking

Misti is open from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to midnight Friday through Sunday. Parking is on the street or in the parking lot behind the restaurant reached from lower King Street or the lot next to it reached from Willett Avenue. Whether parking on Main Street or in one of the lots, you must pay 75 cents per hour at a pay station between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. and, if parking on the street, display the receipt in your car window. There’s no charge before 9 or after 6. With the tremendous success of their restaurant, the Castillos’ investment has long since paid off. Three years ago they moved from Port Chester to Greenwich. Their daughter, Ana Marino, who was born in Peru and lived there the first two years of her life until she could legally immigrate to the U.S., is now 10. “She doesn’t want to know anything about the restaurant,” said Rosa. “She says ‘all the time you talk about Misti, you never say nothing about me.’ I say ‘I’m sorry I’ve got to work so you can have something later.’” Ana will be returning to Peru for the first time with her mother to visit relatives next week.

The front of Misti Restaurant, located at 110 North Main St., resembles a house with its yellow siding, gray shutters and dormers. The house specialty, pollo a la brasa, appears prominently on the sign.

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Italian/Pizzeria Antonio’s Pizza and Restaurant Pathmark Shopping Center 130 Midland Ave., Port Chester 939-5137

Arcuri’s Pizza & Salad 46 North Main St., Port Chester 937-5120

Domino’s Pizza 262 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 967-5070

Ferraro’s Pizza & Pasta 199 South Regent St., Port Chester 934-2900

Frank’s Restaurant and Pizzeria 23 Putnam Ave., Port Chester 939-8299

Frankie & Louie’s Restaurant 414 Willett Ave., Port Chester 939-0202 Specialties include: Mozzarella sticks, fried calamari, zucchini sticks, grilled chicken salad, Caesar salad, antipasto, pasta fagioli, tortellini soup, eggplant parmigiana wedge, veal & pepper wedge, Penne a la Vodka, homemade manicotti, Chicken Marsala, Veal Cutlet Milanese, scungilli marinara or fra diavolo, shrimp marinara; meatball, mushroom and Luigi’s Special pizzas; stuffed pizza; focaccia, baked ziti, lasagna, salad and broccoli gourmet pizzas; sausage & pepper and chicken roll calzones; fresh baked cakes and pastry. Weekly specials. Mon. & Tues.: Large pizza plus 50 chicken wings. Wed.: Family Style Night. Thurs.: Ravioli Night. Sun.: Pasta Madness. Hours: 11 a.m.-11 p.m. 7 days a week. Catering available. Free delivery lunch & dinner. Credit cards: AX, VISA, MC. Ample free parking in lot.

Michael’s Famous Pan Pizza 125 Midland Ave., Port Chester 939-2241

P & D Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria 508 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-8845

Pizza Pasta & Things Kohl’s Shopping Center 529 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 939-8000

Racanelli’s Pizzeria Restaurant Rye Ridge Shopping Center 136 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 937-2511

Sosa’s Pizzeria 147 Irving Ave., Port Chester 939-4202

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El Plebeyo Restaurant

604 North Main St., Port Chester 939-0022

25 North Main St., Port Chester 690-2797

Lenny’s Bagels 200 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 939-1379

Lyon Park Deli, Café & Catering 29 Putnam Ave., Port Chester 937-1171

Vinny’s Luncheonette 182 North Main St., Port Chester 939-9591

Mexican Bartaco 1 Willett Ave., Port Chester 937-8226

Chipotle Mexican Grill Rye Ridge Shopping Center 100 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 937-0351

Coyote Flaco 115 Midland Ave., Port Chester 937-6969

El Tio Restaurant 143 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-1494

La Picardia Taqueria 118 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 937-1701

Luis’ Place


140 Midland Ave., Port Chester 937-3333

Luncheonettes Bagel Emporium

Peruvian Acuario Cevicheria y Mas 163 North Main St., Port Chester 937-2338

Bambú Restaurant & Nightclub 30 Broad St., Port Chester 481-5040

Chavin Restaurant

211 Irving Ave., Port Chester 937-5252

16 North Main St., Port Chester 937-7917

Café 800

El Chalan Restaurant

800 Westchester Ave., Rye Brook 914-694-5758

45 Midland Ave., Port Chester 934-2244

Club Sandwich

El Parral Restaurant

7 Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook 939-3475

2 South Main St., Port Chester 939-0409

173 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-2100 Specialties include: Gaucho Parrillada (mixed grill), Matambre (vegetables wrapped with meat and side of potato salad), spinach and meat ravioli, meat canelones, Peruvian style Paella, famous Lomo Saltado (stir-fried beef sautéed with onions and tomatoes), crepes and Chaja (peach-filled cake topped with meringue. Hours: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Delivery and catering available. Most major credit cards.

Salvadoran El Tesoro Restaurant II 14 South Main St., Port Chester 937-2086

La Pupusa Loca de Port Chester 165 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 935-0767


Rinconcito Salvadoreno Restaurante

Willett House Restaurant

20 Broad St., Port Chester 937-9287

20 Willett Ave., Port Chester 939-7500



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Piero’s Italian Restaurant

Edo Japanese Steak House

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Alba’s Ristorante

Inca & Gaucho Restaurant Seafood & Steakhouse

Nico’s Chicken

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Mary Ann’s Mexican Restaurant

Northern Italian

South American

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Los Gemelos Restaurant & Tortilleria

135 South Main St., Port Chester 939-3132

Port Chester Seafood 295 Midland Ave., Port Chester 937-2232



167 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 934-0372


with spaghetti, pepper steak, roast beef, “Hungry Joe” Steak with fried plantains, egg, bacon and rice, beef tripe stew with rice; custard. Open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri.-Sun. 8 a.m.-12 midnight. Lunch specials. Delivery or takeout available. Street parking. VISA, MC accepted, ATM on premises.

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220 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 933-0155

227 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-4134


Misti Restaurant 110 North Main St., Port Chester 939-9437 Specialties include mussels cooked in onions, tomatoes and sweet corn kernels, Peruvian-style seafood sushi; soups: beef, chicken, seafood; variety of salads; fish morsels cooked in onions and tomatoes; shrimp cooked in spicey sauce, steamed seafood in Peruvian spices; rotisserie chicken (pollo a la brasa) with French fries and salad, chicken fried rice, Peruvian-style beef

24 Grace Church St., Port Chester 933-0363

400 North Main St., Port Chester 937-2236

261 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 939-8888 or 939-8885

Misti Café Takeout 100 North Main St., Port Chester 939-2204 Specialties include: Sliced hotdogs and French fries; potato stuffed with beef, onions, egg and olives; chicken and rice soup (Peruvian style); fish soup; salads; shrimp cooked in onions and tomtoes with rice; Peruvian style shrimp fried rice; fried calamari; rotisserie chicken with salad and French fries; Peruvian style beef/chicken with spaghetti; Peruvian style fried steak with onions and rice; chanfainita (Sat. & Sun.); purple corn soft drink. Open Wed.Mon. 9 a.m.-10 p.m., closed Tuesday. Catering available. Street parking. VISA, MC accepted.

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