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Dining Out & About

A GUIDE TO EATING OUT IN PORT CHESTER, RYE BROOK AND SURROUNDING AREAS. A Supplement to the

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


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The Great Cuisine of Arthur Avenue

American American Legion Post 93 78 Pearl Street Port Chester 937-5562

Black Bear Grille 2 South Water Street Greenwich, CT 203-531-6400

914-934-7770

Mother’s Day Sunday, May 14th Regular Open Menu and Specials for the Day. CALL FOR RESERVATIONS CATERING AVAILABLE

Hours: Tues. - Thurs. 11:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. • Friday 11:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. Saturday 3 - 11 p.m. • Sunday 1 - 9 p.m. • Closed Mondays Most major credit cards • On premises parking

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Washington Park Plaza 261 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 939-8888

Old Homestead Bar & Restaurant 325 North Main Street Port Chester 939-0758

Panera Bread 10 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-0079

Port Chester Coach Diner 317 Boston Post Road Port Chester 937-0008

The Kneaded Bread

Specializing in Natural Juice Catering Available

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Fax: 914-939-8491

29 North Main Street Port Chester 939-6894

Central American El Tesoro Restaurant 92 Purdy Avenue Port Chester 935-9440

Chinese China House 170B North Main Street Port Chester 939-7288 or 939-7290

Great Wall Restaurant 140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 939-0068

Ho Sai Gai 544 Willett Avenue Port Chester 937-8337 or 937-8339

Manchu Garden Chinese & Japanese Cuisine 504 Westchester Ave. Port Chester 939-8688

Number 1 Chinese Restaurant

The Pub

120 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-8465

Doral Arrowwood Anderson Hill Road Rye Brook 939-6620

Q Authentic Barbecue Restaurant 112 North Main Street Port Chester 933-7427

Rye Ridge Delicatessen & Restaurant

Peruvian Food

Pantanal Restaurant

181 North Main Street Port Chester 937-9489

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2 Putnam Ave., Port Chester, NY 10573

Garden Plaza Restaurant-Diner

Brazilian

Rye Ridge Shopping Center 126 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-2131

Sam’s Bar & Grill 1 Mill Street Port Chester 939-2001

Teri’s Tavern 134 North Main Street Port Chester 937-9695

Brazilian International Café & Brazilian Bakery 103 Adee Street Port Chester 939-1002

Panda Restaurant 213 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-4699

Panda II Chinese Restaurant 32 Grace Church Street Port Chester 939-4310

Ray’s Café 176 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-0747

Sichuan Pavilion 480 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-8889

Wah Yuan Chinese Restaurant Post Road Plaza 262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-7776

Coffee Shops Starbucks Coffee Company Rye Ridge Shopping Center 118 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-1597


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Coffee Shops Waterfront Roasters 106 Purdy Avenue Port Chester 934-2232

Garden Catering

Subway Restaurant

140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 934-7852 or 934-7810

262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 934-5045

Colombian Asi Es Colombia 172 North Main Street Port Chester 934-7675

El Rincon Paisa

130 North Main Street Port Chester 939-9364

La Hacienda Bar & Grill

139 North Main Street Port Chester 690-9720

Los Remolinos Restaurant

123 North Main Street Port Chester 937-7456

Continental Tulip Tree at the Hilton Rye Town

Hubba

Hollywood Chicken International 216 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 934-8137

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

Los Paisanos Restaurante

118 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 934-7678

Rinconcito Ecuatoriano Restaurant

150 North Main Street Port Chester 937-7343

Fast Food Burger King

Indian

303 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-9417

The best place to find that perfect dining experience.

One Station Plaza 111 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-3416

321 Boston Post Road Port Chester 937-3355

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Out & About

Greek/American

McDonald’s Restaurant

531 North Main Street Port Chester 937-3497

Dining

Wendy’s Restaurant

262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 935-0741

Café Mirage

163 North Main Street Port Chester 937-2727 or 935-9680

302 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-0022

Kentucky Fried Chicken

International

Tandoori Taste of India

Subway Restaurant

24 North Main Street Port Chester 939-7276

Join Us for a Spectacular

Mother’s Day Dinner Celebration Being Held in Our Private Banquet Room

699 Westchester Avenue Rye Brook 939-6300

Dominican

Fast Food

Fast Food

Sunday, May 14 • 2 p.m.

Featuring:

A Full 4-Course Meal • • • •

Antipasto Pasta Choice of Entrée Topped Off with Delicious Italian Dessert • Minimum of 8 Per Table* • Children’s Menu Available

Complimentary Champagne Toast for All Guests… Honoring Our Special Moms

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Call for Reservations 914.937.6665

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*Accommodations available for parties less than 8 in our new renovated dining room.

Serving Lunch and Dinner Tuesday thru Saturday: 12 noon-10 p.m. Sunday: 2 p.m.-9 p.m.

Prix Fixe Menu

Tuesdays, Wednesday & Thursdays

1995 Includes coffee & dessert

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Hold your next party or corporate event with us with accommodations for 150 people

260 Boston Post Road Port Chester 934-7877

Dunkin Donuts

330 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-8331

Dunkin Donuts 295 Midland Avenue Port Chester 935-9034

223 WESTCHESTER AVENUE • PORT CHESTER, NY

914.937.6665


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International

Italian

Sonora Pasquale II Ristorante 2 Putnam Avenue Nuevo Latino Cuisine

IRISH PUB & RESTAURANT

SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER FULL S ������������������������ U IRISH PL ��������������������������� MEN ��� U ��������������������� �����������������

SERVING GREAT FOOD SINCE 1990 & GETTING BETTER KITCHEN OPEN TILL 3 A.M. DAILY SPECIALS Reasonable Prices $550 to $1495 HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY

5 Televisions for Sports Events

538 Willett Avenue (off Putnam Ave.) Port Chester, N.Y. • 914-937-2106

Come experience Sonora. You will not be disappointed.

179 Rectory Street 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.

Irish/American Davy Byrnes Restaurant

538 Willett Avenue 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. 11:30-5, Dinner: 5-10 p.m. Credit cards: VISA, MC, AX. Some off-street parking.

Italian Hostaria Mazzei

Nuevo Latino Cuisine “Nothing about the food here is ordinary...” Excellent �����������������������

Surprise Mom with a Special Meal at SONORA on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 14th Prix Fixe Menu • Serving from 2 p.m. on.

Call Early for Reservations: 933-0200 Open for Lunch & Dinner Private Room Available • Cooking Classes 179 Rectory Street, Port Chester

914-933-0200

Also visit Pacifico Nuevo Latino Seafood at 316 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester

914-937-1610

www.sonorany.com

25 South Regent Street Port Chester 939-2727

Marianacci’s Restaurant

24 Sherman Street Port Chester 939-3450

To advertise in this special monthly section call Elaine at the

at 914-939-6864.

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.

Provare Trattoria Doral Arrowwood Anderson Hill Road Rye Brook 939-4554

T&J Villaggio Trattoria 223-225 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-6665 Specialties include: Stuffed artichoke, Goldien Fried Calamari, Portobello with Pignoli Nuts in Balsamic Vinaigrette Sauce; Pasta/Scarola e Fagioli Soup; Arugula Salad with Tomatoes & Fresh Mozzarella; String Bean Salad; Linguini Pescatore, Capellini Grattugiato, Gnocchi Caprese; Chicken Scarpariello, Veal Campagna, Veal Chop with Shitake, Oysters & Portobello Mushrooms in Brandy Sauce, Pork Chop with Fresh Garlic, Onions, Crumbled Sausage & Sliced Potatoes, Filet of Sole, Chilian Sea Bass, Shrimp with Prosciutto over Spinach in Sambuca Sauce. Catering. Banquet room available. Hours: Tues.-Sat. noon-11 p.m. Sun. Noon-9 p.m. Major credit cards. Street parking.

That Little Italian Restaurant 228-230 Mill Street Greenwich, CT 203-531-7500

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

Frank’s Restaurant and Pizzeria 23 Putnam Avenue Port Chester 939-8299


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Italian Frankie & Louie’s Restaurant

414 Willett Avenue 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. Mon.Sat., 11 a.m. 10 p.m. Sun. Catering available. Free delivery lunch & dinner. Credit cards: AX, VISA, MC. Ample free parking in lot.

Marini’s Pizzeria 46 North Main Street Port Chester 937-5120

Michael’s Famous Pan Pizza 125 Midland Avenue Port Chester 939-2241

Mirabello’s Pizza Trattoria

199 South Regent Street Port Chester 934-2900

P & D Pizza

508 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-8845

Pizza & Brew Restaurant

Rye Ridge Shopping Center 136 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-2511

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

T & J Pizza & Pasta 227 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-4134

Japanese Edo Japanese Steak House

140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-3333

Japanese Hakata Japanese and Asian Fusion 163 North Main Street Port Chester 939-7911

Luncheonettes Bagel Emporium

Frankie & Louie’s Restaurant • Pizzeria

Parties Available - On or Off Premises

Kohl’s Shopping Center 431 Boston Post Road Port Chester 937-5252

Ample Free Parking in Rear

Club Sandwich

Fresh Baked Cakes for All Occasions

7 Rye Ridge Plaza Rye Brook 939-3475

Deli Delight

174 North Main Street Port Chester 937-5775

Good Food Cafe 140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 939-4070

J.P.’s Standby Drive-in 604 North Main Street Port Chester 939-9442

Lenny’s Bagels

FAST FREE DELIVERY

Specializing in Catering

Daily Blackboard Specials

414 Willett Ave., Port Chester, NY Fax: 914-690-0996

Fax Orders Welcome

914-939-0202

OPEN 7 DAYS • 11 A.M. - 11 P.M.

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200 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 939-1379

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

Vinny’s Luncheonette 182 North Main Street Port Chester 939-9591

Mexican Coyote Flaco

115 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-6969 Homemade Mexican and continental food. Specialties include: Nachos supreme, quesadillas, taco salad, tamales, chiles rellenos; Enchiladas Rojas, chimichangas, California burritos; chicken, beef and shrimp fajitas, green enchiladas, and charcoal chicken. Combo and side orders. Express items: Flautas, tostadas. Open for lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Open Monday 5-10 p.m. Catering. Delivery and takeout service. Free parking. All major credit cards accepted.

El Tio Restaurant

143 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-1494

El Zarape Mexican Restaurant

24 Grace Church Street Port Chester 933-0363 Listings continue on page 9R

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—ZAGAT

“Excellent”

We use only the finest freshest ingredients

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Daily Fish Specials

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COYOTE FLACO 115 Midland Avenue Port Chester

937-6969

273 North Avenue New Rochelle

636-7222

Delivery and Take-out Available Open for Lunch & Dinner Tues. - Sun. from 11 am - 10 pm • Dinner Mon. 5 - 10 pm


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Kiosko Restaurant Authentic Mexican Cuisine All Homemade and Fresh La Casa of the Famous Mole Poblano Open 7 Days a Week from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

SERVING BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER

220 Westchester Avenue Port Chester, NY Major Takeout 914-933-0155 Credit Available Cards

Kiosko Restaurant Menu AMERICAN AND MEXICAN BREAKFAST

Mexican Breakfast • Desayuno Mexicanos

Huevos Rancheros .................................... $5.95 Huevos a la Mexicana. ............................... $5.95 Huevos con chorizo .................................. $5.95 Tamales ....................................................... $2.00

ENSALADAS

Ensalada Simple ......................................... $3.95 Lettuce, tomatoes, peppers and onions

Ensalada de la casa.................................... $5.95 Lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, avocado, onions and fresh Mexican cheese

Caesar Salad ...............................................$5.25 With Chicken ...............................................$8.95 Taco Salad ..................................................$8.95 Fried flour tortilla filled with lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, onions and avocado. With chicken or beef

SOPAS / SOUPS

Sopa de pollo ..............................................$4.50 Sopas de res ................................................$4.50 Chilate de pollo ...........................................$4.50 Pozole ..........................................................$4.95 Sopa de Mariscos .......................................$9.95 Seafood soup with calamari, shrimp, clams and mussels in a litle tomato base.

Pancita (fin de semana) .............................$6.00

APPETIZERS

Fried Calamari .............................................$7.95 Chicken or beef quesadilla ........................$6.95 Flour tortilla stuffed with onions, peppers and tomatoes. Served with Mexican salsa and sour cream

Nachos con queso (cheese) .......................$5.95 Nachos con pollo (chicken) .......................$6.95 Nachos con bistec (beef) ...........................$6.95 Kiosko Nachos.............................................$8.95 Crispy corn tortilla chips topped with beans, melted cheese Mexican chorizo, chicken, beef, guacamole, jalapenos and sour cream

Chicken fingers with french fries ..............$5.95

ANTOJITOS MEXICANOS

Flautas de papa (potato) ............................$7.95 Fried rolled tortilla filled with your choice. Topped with lettuce and Mexican cream served with rice and beans

Flautas de queso (cheese)..........................$7.95 Flautas de bistec (beef) ..............................$8.95 Flautas de pollo (chicken) .........................$8.95 Flautas combinadas (mixed) .....................$9.95 Chalupas ......................................................$5.95 Soft tortilla topped with red and green Mexican salsa, fresh cheese and onions with rice and beans

Chalupas con pollo ....................................$7.95 Chalupas con bistec ...................................$7.95 Chalupas con chorizo ............................... $8.95 Chalupas con carne al pastor ....................$8.95 Chalupas con cecina ..................................$8.95 Molotes de papa ..........................................$6.95 Fried tortilla stuffed with potatoes or cheese, topped with lettuce and Mexican cream with rice and beans

Tostadas ......................................................$3.00 Pollo, Bistec, Chorizo, Carnitas, Al Pastor, Cecina, Tinga. a crispy tortilla topped with beans, lettuce, sour cream, Mexican anejo cheese and avocado

SOPES

Home made fresh corn tortilla topped with beans, fresh cheese, green and red Mexican salsa

Regulares .....................................................$6.95 Bistec ...........................................................$8.95 Al pastor .......................................................$9.95 Chorizo .........................................................$9.95 Cecina ..........................................................$9.95 Pollo .............................................................$8.95 Carne Enchilada .........................................$8.95 Carnitas ........................................................$8.95 Cheese Burger .............................................$5.95 With lettuce, tomato and french fries

Grilled Chicken Breast Sandwich ..............$6.95

With swiss cheese, lettuce. tomato on a white bread and french fries

BURRITOS

Soft flour tortilla filled with lettuce and tomatoes, served with rice and beans

Al pastor ...................................................... $6.95 Bistec .......................................................... $6.95 Chorizo ........................................................ $7.95 Carnitas ....................................................... $6.95 Pollo ............................................................ $6.95 Carne Enchilada ........................................ $6.95 Cecina .......................................................... $7.95

CHIMICHANGAS

Rolled fried flour tortilla with mixed vegetables, and cheese served with salad and guacamole

Chicken ........................................................$7.95 Beef ...............................................................$7.95 Vegetables ...................................................$7.95

TACOS

Pastor .......................................................... $2.00 Bistec .......................................................... $2.00 Chorizo ........................................................ $2.50 Pollo al alambre .......................................... $2.00 Carnitas ....................................................... $2.00 Cecina .......................................................... $2.50 Carne enchilada ......................................... $2.00 Al carbón ..................................................... $2.00

TORTAS

Milanesa de res .......................................... $5.95 Milanesa de pollo........................................ $5.95 Al pastor ...................................................... $5.95 Chorizo ........................................................ $5.95 Chorizo con huevo ......................................$6.95 Carne enchilada ......................................... $5.95 Queso de puerco ....................................... $5.95 Torta cubana ............................................... $6.95 Torta hawaiana ........................................... $6.95

All served with lettuce, tomato, avocado, fresh Mexican cheese and hot peppers

CEMITAS POBLANAS

Preparadas con quesillo, aguacate, papalo, chile chipotle, lechuga y tomate

Al pastor ...................................................... $6.95 Bistec .......................................................... $6.95 Milanesa de Pollo ....................................... $6.95 Milanesa de Res ......................................... $6.95 Carne Enchilada ........................................ $6.95 Tinga ........................................................... $6.95 Cubana ....................................................... $7.95

PLATO FUERTE / ENTREES

Enchiladas Poblanas .............................. $10.95 Tortillas filled with chicken topped with lettuce, Mexican cream, avocado and anejo cheese. with rice and beans served with the sauce of your choice. Mole Poblano, green sauce or red chile sauce

Huaraches Atlixco with Rib Eye Steak ....$14.95

Two fresh home made big tortillas topped with green and red salsa, anejo cheese and sauteed onions

Carne Asada ............................................. $13.95

Chicken or beef quesadilla .........................$5.95

Sauteed beef with onions, served with rice and beans

Kiosko Shrimp ...........................................$10.25 Mole Poblano ............................................. .$8.25

Bistec Encebollado ....................................$8.95 Bistec Ranchero ..........................................$9.95 Prepared with peppers, onions, tomatoes and jalapenos. Served with rice and benas

Bistec en Salsa Verde .................................$9.95 Sauteed Beef in a green sauce. Served with rice and beans

Bistec en Salsa Roja ..................................$9.95 Milanesa de Res ..........................................$8.95 Milanesa de Pollo ........................................$8.95 Fried breaded chicken cutlet. served with rice and beans

Pollo Ranchero ...........................................$9.95 Pollo Enchilado ...........................................$9.95

Half a chicken prepared in a spicy guajillo sauce. Served with rice and beans

Pollo en Salsa Verde ...................................$9.95

Half a chicken prepared in a green tomatilo salsa. Served with rice and beans

Pechuga Asada ............................................$9.95 Grilled chicken breast. Served with rice and vegetables

Pollo a la Brasa ...........................................$6.95

Half a Chicken grilled and served with mixed salad and french fries

CARNE/MEAT

Cecina Asada .............................................. $9.95 Salty beef served with rice and beans

Cecina en Salsa Verde .............................. $9.95 Salty Beef sauteed in a green sauce served with rice and beans

Chuletas de Puerco en Salsa Verde ......... $9.95 Sauteed pork chops in a green tomato sauce, served with rice and beans

Chuletas de Puerco en Salsa Roja ........... $9.95 Chuletas Fritas ........................................... $9.95

Sizzling Fajitas Beef or Chicken Fajitas ............................$12.95 Shrimp Fajitas ...........................................$14.95 Fajitas Fiesta (Shrimp, chicken and beef) ....$15.95 Mole Poblano ............................................ $11.95 Half a chicken in a famous chile and chocolate sauce. Topped with sesame seeds. Served with rice and beans

Beef or chicken fajitas ................................$8.95 Shrimp fajita .................................................$9.95 Served with onions, peppers, mushrooms, guacamole and hot tortillas for rolling with rice and beans

Chicken or beef Enchiladas........................$8.95 Mole poblano, green or red chile sauce, served with rice and beans

Huaraches atlixco con bistec .....................$8.95 Two fresh homemade big tortillas topped with red and green Mexican salsa, cheese and onions

Puerco en salsa verde.................................$5.95 Pork chop sauteed in a green Mexican salsa. served with rice and beans

Pollo enchilado ........................................... $5.95 1/4 a chicken prepared in a spicy guajillo sauce. served with rice and beans

Bistec Ranchero ......................................... $5.95 Beef sauteed with peppers, onions, tomatoes and jalapenos with rice and beans. Fried breaded chicken cutlet served with rice and beans

Bistec Encebollado ....................................$5.95 Beef sauteed with onions served with rice and beans

Flautas .........................................................$5.95 Fried rolled tortilla filled with potato or cheese_ topped with lettuce and Mexican cream

Molotes .........................................................$5.95 Fried Tortilla filled with cheese or potatoes, lettuce and Mexican cream. with rice and beans

Chalupas .....................................................$5.95

Sauteed pork chops with red and green salsa with peppers, onions and tomatoes with rice and beans

Home made fresh corn tortilla, topped with beans, fresh cheese, red and green Mexican salsa

Chuletas de Puerco a la Mexicana ......... $10.95 Costillas de Puerco en Salsa Verde o Roja ... $10.95 Sauteed pork ribs in a green or red sauce served with rice and beans

Plato de Carnitas ....................................... $8.95 Fried pork, served with rice and beans

Carnitas en Salsa Verde o Roja ................. $8.95 Fried pork served in a green or red Mexican salsa with rice and beans

Plato de Carne al Pastor ............................ $9.95 Spicy pork meat, served with rice and beans

Plato de Carne Enchilada ......................... $8.95 Spicy pork meat, served with rice and beans

MARISCOS / SEAFOOD

Tilapia Atlixco .......................................... $14.95

Fried porgy served with mix salad and rice

Home made fresh corn tortilla filled with chicken or beef with peppers, onions, tomatoes and melted cheese. served with rice and beans

1/4 a chicken in a famous chile and chocolate sauce, served with rice and beans

Soft tortilla topped with lettuce. fresh cheese, red and green Mexican salsa with rice and beans

Chile Relleno .............................................$10.95 Quesadillas de la Casa ...............................$8.95

Flour or fresh corn tortilla filled with peppers, onions, tomatoes and melted cheese with rice and beans

Pan fried pork chops. served with rice and beans

fresh fillet sauteed in a lite white wine tomato sauce with clams and shrimp, with rice and vegetables

Poblano pepper stuffed with fresh Mexican cheese, served in a red pepper sauce with rice and beans

LUNCH SPECIALS

Grilled steak with onions, mushrooms and peppers. Served with a cheese mole enchilada, rice and beans

Enchiladas Suizas ....................................$11.95 Melted Cheese and green sauce

Camarones Empanizados (Breaded Shrimp) ... $14.95 Coctel de Camarone (Shirmp cocktail) .... $9.95

Mojarra Frita ............................................. $11.95 Pargo a la Veracruzana ........................... $14.95

Fresh snapper fillet sauteed with peppers. onions, capers, olives in a lite tomato sauce, served with rice and vegetables

Vagre a la Veracruzana............................. $13.95 Vagre al Mojo de Ajo ............................... $13.95

Sopes ............................................................$5.95

BURRITOS

Beef or Chicken Burrito ..............................$5.95 Soft Flour tortilla filled with lettuce, tomatoes, beans and melted cheese. Served with rice and beans

CHIMICHANGAS

Beef, Chicken or Vegetable Chimichangas . $6.95 Rolled fried flour tortilla wl mix vegetables and cheese. served with salad and guacamole

CERVEZAS / BEER

Corona. ....................................................... $4.00 Tecate. ......................................................... $4.00 Modelo especial. .........................................$4.00 Negra Modelo. .............................................$4.00 Dos XX .........................................................$4.00 Coors light ...................................................$4.00 Heineken.......................................................$4.00

LICUADOS DE FRUTAS (En agua o Leche) FRUIT SHAKE (On milk or water)

Filete Empanizado. (breaded vagre fillet) ... $13.95 Mariscos a la Mexicana ........................... $14.95

Melon ........................................................... $3.00 Papaya ..........................................................$3.00 Fresa ............................................................ $3.00 Mango .......................................................... $3.00 Platano......................................................... $3.00

Kiosko Shrimp ......................................... $14.95

Sidral ........................................................... $2.00 Jarritos. ...................................................... $2.00

Fresh fillet prepared in agarlic sauce served with rice and vegetables

Shrimp, clams, calamari and mussels prepared in a fresh tomato, peppers, onions chipotle sauce, served with rice and vegetables

SODAS MEXICANAS

Mandarina, Toronja, Tamarindo, cocacola

Grilled New York Steak ............................$14.95

large shrimp sauteed with artichoke hearts, mushrooms, garlic, butter in a fresh lime juice and finished with a splash of tequila, served with rice and vegetables

Grilled Rib Eye a la Puebla ......................$14.95

Large shrimp sauteed in a spicy tomato sauce served with rice and vegetables

Vino Rojo / Red Wine ................................. $5.00 Vino Blanco / White wine .......................... $5.00 Vino Rosado................................................ $5.00 White Zinfandel

CARNE / MEAT

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Eclisse caters to everyone— families and individuals alike By Jananne Abel

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ou enter Eclisse in Rye Brook and immediately notice the aroma of garlic coming from the visible open kitchen. Perhaps it’s from the homemade focaccia just out of the oven or from any number of dishes being prepared. Eclisse, one of four restaurants owned by Par Shakiban, a longtime Westchester restaurateur, serves up delicious Northern Italian cuisine either family-style or in individual portions. It opened almost 14 years ago--in August 1992--in the Washington Park Plaza, replacing Par’s, which had been known for its steaks, salad bar and historic, eclectic décor. Eclisse took the place of Par’s when the dining trend shifted and people stopped eating red meat in favor of what they perceived as more healthy foods. Some of the frescos and ornate mahogany woodwork which had come from various historic buildings remain from the 275 S. Ridge St. restaurant’s days as Par’s, which was also owned by Shakiban and dates back to October 1980. Eclisse means “eclipse” and, when it opened, it was the intent of the owners (Shakiban then had two partners) to eclipse the old style of Italian restaurants and bring in this new way of serving family-style. It was also the end of one type of restaurant and the beginning of a new one. Almost two years ago the menu was revamped so both individual and family-style portions are available, said Executive Chef Jeff Abate, a native of Eastchester who now lives in New Fairfield, Conn. He has

been working in the restaurant business about 14 years, the last five for Shakiban, and graduated from the Culinary Institute in Hyde Park in 1999. He creates the specials at Eclisse every day, oversees the kitchen and does most of the purchasing for Shakiban’s four restaurants. The others are Laguna in White Plains, Miraggio in Yorktown Heights and Eclisse in Stamford. Shakiban also owns Patisserie Salzburg in Rye. Several months ago there was talk of Eclisse closing and reopening as a steakhouse again, something Abate said he didn’t know much about and preferred not to discuss. “We’re going forward and Mother’s Day is coming up,” he said, noting that Mother’s Day is the restaurant’s biggest holiday of the year. “We will probably do close to 1,000 people,” he said. Eclisse is a large, noisy, fastpaced restaurant that caters to large parties but can just as easily accommodate two or four. For dinner, all dishes, including the appetizers and salads, are served either family-style, designed to serve two or more people, or as individual portions. Prices are very reasonable without sacrificing food quality or service which are both firstrate. “I like to think we’re the

Ruben Cantero of Port Chester puts an individual gourmet pizza into the wood-burning oven.

The large, bright atrium dining room at Eclisse in Rye Brook also has character with its stained glass windows and historic fireplace. best bargain around,” Abate said. and Grilled Gulf Shrimp (with grilled and served with risotto. For instance, some veal dishes sautéed broccoli rabe and sun- On the May 2 listing of speare served family-style for $19 dried tomatoes in a lemon caper cials it was served with garlic at Eclisse which sell individually sauce for $19/$29). mashed potatoes, spinach and at other restaurants for $24. He recommends the fish spe- a balsamic demi glace. Dry agBesides ice cream, pastas cials made with catches he pur- ing takes some of the blood out and desserts are all homemade, chases fresh at the Hunt’s Point of the meat and makes it extra not necessarily at Eclisse but at Market. Lately red grouper and tender, said Abate. one of Shakiban’s four restau- halibut have been offered reguDécor rants, which accounts for their freshness Eclisse is a big and also the economy place—seating a total of scale which no of 257—and offers a doubt helps keeps the variety of dining areas. prices down. You can sit in the atrium From its historical surrounded by wininterior décor to the dows, skylights, plants, bright, cheeriness of a fireplace and stained its main atrium dinglass; in a small dining ing room, Eclisse room between the bar, offers a pleasurable the open kitchen and dining experience. wood-burning pizza Personally I’m happy oven; or on one of two about the addition of landings. There’s also a individual portions sitting area where you because I don’t often can enjoy drinks on one side of the elegant eat out in large groups horseshoe-shaped bar and, although I love as you enter. to share, you can do that with individual Italian fresco dating from 1910 inset in a brick wall A large bouquet of just inside the doorway at Eclisse. dishes as well and fresh flowers greets not feel guilty about ordering larly. Two recent specials con- you along with the pleasant two entrées if there are only two sisted of Pan-seared Halibut in hostess when you enter Eclisse. people in your party. Ordering a sun-dried tomato pesto sauce In the wall to your right is set salads family-style definitely with roasted garlic risotto and one of the beautiful Italian fresmakes sense, and we have taken Pan Roasted Red Grouper filet cos from Par’s, this one dating advantage of that option on with roasted garlic risotto, fried from 1910 and representing six recent visits. leeks and shallot beurre blanc. nude figures. Abate said Eclisse’s big- In addition, he said, the meat The color scheme is mainly gest sellers are Penne Eclisse he has been getting is the same green, beige and white. A tile (chicken, broccoli, garlic and as that offered at Peter Luger’s floor in two shades of green and olive oil finished with a touch of Steakhouse, and he especially beige covers the floor in the atrium brown sauce at $12 for a single recommends the Gentlemen’s dining room, large tiles in shaded serving, $20 for family style), Porterhouse Steak, 24 ounces natural colors cover the floor in the Penne Vodka ($14/$19), Chicken of aged beef grilled ($29). bar and smaller dining room, with Scarpariello (chicken breast, In addition, Eclisse has been light wood floors on the landings. peppers, Italian sausage in a mild consistently offering dry-aged Cream-colored panels decorated Please turn to page 78 garlic vinegar sauce at $15/$19) sirloin as a special, usually


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Eclisse caters to everyone—families and individuals alike

Eclisse is located at 275 S. Ridge St. in the Washington Park Plaza. with fancy patterns, brick and lovely mahogany, some pieces ornately carved (having come from a church in England), have been put together to create the interesting interior décor. Green cloths peek out from under white tablecloths, and there are matching green napkins. Pretty wooden bar stools have green cushions. Behind the wait bar on the first landing is another attractive historical 3-dimensional panel. A private room for up to 50 people downstairs can be booked or the atrium can be rented for a private affair for up to 120. Because there’s a lot of space and flexibility at Eclisse, parties of 20-30 can be accommodated in the smaller dining room or the atrium without a problem.

Staff

The chef at Eclisse is Castulo Sanchez of Port Chester who is aided by others who are in charge of different stations--one who

makes the tomato sauces, one in charge of pasta, another meats and another pizza. Eclisse is fortunate to have a loyal staff, headed by Manager Val Rocha of Port Chester, who has been there for five years. One of the waiters has worked at the restaurant for 16 years and other staff members have been around 10-12 years, he said. Both he and Executive Chef Abate attributed their longevity to the fair and respectful way the owner treats his employees. On both of our recent visits and in the past we have received professional, attentive service, surely the result of this employee loyalty and longevity.

Dinner for four

Meals start with a basket of bread, both delicious homemade garlic-flavored focaccia and pane di casa, standard Italian loaves purchased from a bakery on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.

Francisco Sanchez of Port Chester is in charge of cooking the meat dishes at Eclisse.

On a recent visit, to accompany our meal we chose Smoking Loon Merlot, described as ripe with a richness and blackberry fruit flavor ($25). It lived up to the description and was an excellent choice at a good price. Next we went with a familystyle order of Baby Spinach Salad alla Champagne ($12) for all four to share. Besides the spinach, it consisted of dried cranberries, orange and apple slices topped with gorgonzola cheese and champagne vinaigrette. The salad was plenty for four and drew raves for its freshness and both sweet and tangy flavor. The Capellini Pomodoro Gamberetti, five jumbo shrimp, fresh tomatoes, garlic and olive oil ($14/$19) over angel hair pasta, was outstanding. Served very hot, it had a garlicky, flavorful taste and included plenty of pasta cooked to perfection. An individual gamberetti gourmet pizzette ($12) came with rock shrimp, broccoli, sun-dried tomatoes, kalamata olive pesto and provolone, each item placed in a circular fashion on the thincrusted pie cut into eight pieces. The pizzette proved to be both an attractive and tasty selection. Although the Penne Eclisse ($12/$20), mentioned above, is among the restaurant’s most popular dishes, we weren’t overly taken with it, finding it rather bland. Gnocci Paesano ($12/$19), medium-sized potato dumplings in a thin sauce with fresh tomatoes, garlic and oil topped with chunks of fresh mozzarella, was yummy but filling, meaning I could only eat a small amount in one sitting. For dessert, the Profiteroles ($5.50) brought three pasty shells filled with vanilla ice cream, topped with chocolate sauce and decorated with raspberry and chocolate swirls. Superb! The slice of Granny Smith Apple Tart ($5.50), while delicious, would have been even better served warm. Chocolate and raspberry sauce were drizzled over the top with a dollop of whipped cream

and a mint sprig on the side. Our check came to $119.59.

Menus, Wine List

Eclisse’s very readable dinner menu fits on one large page with prices included for both individual and family-style portions. Besides the one mentioned previously, there are three other salads, including Insalata di Cesare ($7/$10) I can recommend for its freshness, classic Caesar dressing and crunchy croutons. For appetizers, there are three cold and seven hot ones, including Sesame Tuna ($9/$14), Portobello alla Griglia ($8/$13), Cozze Marinara (steamed mussels in marina sauce for $9/$13) and Mozzarella e Pomodoro (fresh mozzarella, roasted papers and tomatoes for $9/$13). Four varieties of gourmet pizzettes range in price from $10 to $12. Besides those discussed above, some of the other 12 pasta dishes include Ravioli Tri Colore (jumbo gulf shrimp and peas in light cognac cream sauce at $14/$19), Linguini Nero (rock shrimp, sea scallops, asparagus, sun-dried tomatoes in saffron lobster sauce at $12/$20) and basics like lasagna ($13/$21) and linguini with clam sauce ($14/$19). Zuppa di Pesce (an Eclisse classic mixing fish of the day, lobster, crab cluster, jumbo shrimp, clams and mussels in a tomato and wine broth at $39 for two people) and Sautéed Norwegian Salmon Marechiaro (with clams, mussels and rock shrimp in a light marinara sauce at $16/$23) are among the handful of entrées from international waters. Five chicken and veal dishes are all priced at $14 and $19. Besides the Pollo Scarpariello mentioned above, some of the others include veal or chicken Parmigiana--an Eclisse original recipe--and Pollo Arrosto (roasted chicken, marinated tomatoes and roasted potatoes in a vinegar sauce). The steaks and chops come

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only in individual portions and range from $19 to $29, the latter for the Porterhouse Steak cited previously. I can recommend the New York Strip Eclisse ($19), a good-sized portion which was cooked to perfection and topped with roasted garlic butter, toasted Romano cheese and fried onion strips, a wonderful combination. The steaks and chops are all served with garlic mashed potatoes. Sides of broccoli rabe with garlic and oil, broccoli with lemon, seared Madeira mushrooms and sautéed spinach with lemon are also available for $5/$9 each. The wine list is on the back of the menu. Italian and domestic reds and whites as well as a smaller number of wines from around the world, one White Zinfandel and four Champagnes make up the list. They are priced from $21 to $74 per bottle with many in the $21 to $30 range. A few wines are also available by the glass at $7-$8.50. For lunch, only individual portions are served. The menu includes seven appetizers ($5.95 to $6.95), a soup of the day ($5.95), two salads ($5.95 and $7.95), individual pizzas ($9.95) and a panino ($6.50 for roasted peppers, grilled chicken and mozzarella with a Dijon vinaigrette dressing), 10 pasta dishes at $9.50 to $9.95 and eight meat and fish entrées ranging from $11.95 for grilled chicken breast with arugula and tomatoes to $17.95 for aged New York strip steak or petite filet mignon.

Specials and Mother’s Day

Specials change daily and are listed on a separate sheet within the menu. Every day there’s a least one soup, examples being Pasta e Fagiole and Chicken Barley ($5.95). A pasta dish, a risotto dish, at least one and often three fish entrées and a meat take their place on the list of specials. Besides those recommended by the executive chef earlier, Cavatelli with Grilled Chicken, shitake mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes and gorgonzola cream and Risotto with Baby Shrimp, Roasted Peppers, arugula and fresh tomatoes have figured among the recent specials. For Mother’s Day, reservations will be taken for seating between 12 noon and 9 p.m. Customers will order off the regular menu or from the list of specials: 20-ounce rib eye chops ($34) “that are beautiful,” according to Executive Chef Abate, two or three fish specials ($20-$24), and Lobster Ravioli ($17/$29).

Hours and parking

Eclisse is open for lunch Monday through Friday from 12 noon to 3 p.m., for dinner those days from 5 to 11 p.m., Saturday from 5 to 11:30 p.m. and Sunday from 2 to 10 p.m. Because Eclisse is located in a shopping center, there is plenty of free parking.


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Volunt ed an if board ns. and th ng as supe , ow board don’t w s time en you go know nu uctio filiat stric rensenft sessio polled the gan. “I e Brook’ worki district. g to wish one. “I s in a di the Grert Chester’s t for instr rum in Ja ff and unaf d then rt So le “I cces on have t Po the not goin the new nden ard at a fo rents, sta tions an , Robe ber who le ald Lo or of Ry .” su te to rs er ur be G rin ic ab ge ay “I’m ndent bid with yo u will so the distr supe sory bo bers—pa idate ques Mayor d the m me chan board memd one memd been un been vi te do d yo n in na an wish an ad unity mem each cand ard. time tive of a the seven change ane mayor ha eviously superin ry little to I have an l professio sincerely bo e. comm ts--asked ck to the to page 11 suppor y one of the name Crane, th ayor had pr had ve iller Plac ucationa achers. I ester.” ore ba rn “The te ed siden Onl vor of John hile the m said. like M portant assroom in Port Chndent for m nal re ided feedPlease tu es fa im ” he kness, s ov io was indue to sic nesday. W wavering. like this, d more tim’re most from the cl rful year superinte an educat nar- pr an ey ed a e w de d e e r th W ttl of rly no on id or fo e ea w as lp , ns an he is h as of ter. M ht a ba tell m many ict lookedith the he plicatio –Carlisle u to reac tive, eveninue to fig Port Ches me and ” yo ap str w eto ents. calls asking The di t months ceiving 27 n to thre supporcan’t cont Village of come up resid e w r re eigh the le will “I ears onrs and phon’s torn. than tant. Afte idates do sits in me op your nd library I’m out pe n’t close ceives lette so now he pport a naoach consul g the ca , when t it. You ca e mayor re e, he said going to su t to appr rowin agains dition, th the nam d is not e we’ve go ard bo In ad change the boar t tells m on village t to ar ha ester k’s name . him no does appe luded. “T rt Ch “It conc nt angle.” o new Po Rye Broo at village ve opal ,” he th ith tw re ha tting Episc at 19 Sm change m a diffe d, one of support pu ent from and then ter’s d er oo e this fro Brakew wouldn’t r commitmthe nam St. Pe h, locate ster, corn s g costs Dan , said he a 25-yea change said. in -o ld Churc Port Che Avenue, ha er at er e to ye ar op out bers ” he Rum mem rary with us to agre m now, library’s St. in tchester ized and asha os t 12 0- r is now: ith M w t es fro gn e te By ip al m rt Ches the libdon’t wan ree years % of th of W en reco ew York ointed worshhas An “I disapp e such a poes t th ys 30 . in Po use of just be on the N nal Regisch very w pa % iti ak pull ou churchthan a ho opal Chur tional them e Brook noter pays 70 said, ‘I’m would m r commun ing placedand Natio Places. d Ry rt Ches more ter’s Episc te and na State Historic ewoo k that theyld bring ou and polariz the Po Brak St. Pe come a sta ark. here while addition, Rye Broo that shou icizing it library is ters of st be al landm the hill w ith lit of ng the In ju po hi ip e et sh us ’re Sm n ric som sio ader they beca histo wering on enue and buildthe le issue over see why too bad discus ic ic Av To bl t th r pu rk go litical er. I don’ ities. It’s unity.” be a tchestersect, this e New Yo es e of ld es m un th on ou m .” W m r, ge th to inte Plac on the co there sh ght o com n issue ’Conno Street as placed Historic ional the twand soul of so feels a hot butto to Roni O d, who brou ght at al ni ing w Register ofon the N es on heart akewood use “it’s ve a report rary boar ednesday but Br State arch and oric Plac c becasaid he ga es on the lib t. On W nce Rand gh re is topi n k in M r of Hist on th or Loga presentativ esday ni ayor Law ste newor the May ter’s re eeting Tu ook M Regi 12. le sto design life in ib ’s Br es ed at il m e r Apr has incr ndsome said “but th Port Chws to thei en to Ry day. “It said, ok elecry ha indows,” alyst the ne ’t yet sp the next ,” Logan s a ve ents— ust sw an dn and it’ ined glas ogram Office provemk, etc.--m the he ha ed to do so sappointed im pr re or ate and sta Shaver, intend a little di ester.” frastructu asonry w r and that with rk St istoric “I’m Port Ch s the in Peter e New Yotion and H onally g, m an late me up th th ow co itionin ge of with s, Recrea ho pers to inVilla e mayor kns, air cond oner rather sition to w rk gia po Th of Pa vation, m Albany roof rary so ting enry’s not in lib work, ra consul Preser down fro g. ur trical e at the Chester is dy by ork the lib in e is “o s stu ad ild m a rt m ca w Po be iti on ertie the bu ioned ws at the ge of spect is re co gn ll of prop nt in mmiss rmed th a priority. ard the ne ay, Villa illion. nfi ges co Th honor ro importa sd is m he e $1.8 e two villa ld who con care of e Rand ge Wedne . “W er n’s Th ph Rotfe be take Lawrenc e chan natio e consid aver said g was w m Sh buildin na Dol id must Mayor at ,” a th er ry to ne sto the t.” ook ct sa and sition t. our hi ined that significan recogneer archite n Rye Brter’s oppo ow ye e engi k and Whe rt Ches determ cturally ntly, the ch to nted. doesn’t kn n from th Rye Broo oi ur ite rta Po pp e ch io ch t po ar im the abou ded disa s now? 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By M asha Rum Th two owe Village of er middl ners of Be Rye Brook that th e-income lleFair com is suing the ho e two fam housing, allmunity ili their using law es have vi eging proper sin ties in ce purc olated Cr hasin Point ai g M ag 2001. g ro and G Circle (3 ne of 4 2 Para ordon an Legacy H ig h d de M Lane arie Av Court) boug (1 ht Dr. D in Be two of th 9 Legacy ery of mun onald Car in 20 lleFair by e 12 townhCourt) ity on lis as supe after 01 and 20 means of ouses Mon le speaks th to the is cu rintende day, Apr townh e village 02, respec lottery Po il rr school ently se nt of the Po 24, after rt Chest dle-in ouses spec designate tively, d rt Che his offic er scho distri rving as the fir come resid ifically fo these ol ct on st ia Long superinten er school l appoin comtwo lo e departm ents wor r middistri tmen Island dent ent, in ki ca l t ct of Vi . either ng in llage school the M . Carlis le iller encour of Rye Brdistricts, or of the Place the co age resid ook, in or for the ents to mmun der to ity. remai Bu By M n in cream t soon the asha Rum hood and pale-y residents Dr. no and cr Donald Caer neighb ticed a ch ellow ne of this ig that hi eam-color rlisle wal took it ors. They angeover hbored s ha ke the or to the villa got a petit in their Carli lf year of spectator d up to th io ig e po observ shoes school sle was lived inal hom ge, claim n and on M dium in of in eo the sc district’s ficially ap ation had his br onda violat there and wners no g that y his 11 hool boar next supe pointed to come to an to symboown incom ion of the instead br longer d, rin -year lize se Some ho ou post. as Dr. Char tendent by rve as th end. all tim e property using la ght in th “M of th e Po w e 12 les Co th approx y goal is and th es” and by “should stating th eir famili letti pr e unanim rt Cheste to at Be middle-in be im de e no r ou ately velop pu occupi at this m es in audito epares lleFa body s 10 “I be rchase an id ed ir in come hous ot to retir vote of the lib rium and 0 people a shared vi Rye Br observ came aw r’s family her than by owne dle- fo d that the in e from r wer “the pu rs at peop ook. g units values rary. “A later head who gath sion,” Ca anon ation,” sa are of it th .” e le rc rli vi er ed ha ym sio ed ro of Po sle Gor being ch that th ser ug ous. “I id a neig rt Ch n includ down the in the M said to Ca hbor w h other ne wife don Aver eated,” he e housing th th es va id ha ou e dl M curre rlisle’s thre ester.” ig ll fo y ho ght th e was in lues, nt at it w preferred hbors and but soonarie and w lived at 2 said. and I r a receptSchool tended school ly servin e-year co or as to ne w ke io re Inste g extre ent on ed to n d for Parade ad to-do district on as superinntract begi mely main learn in unjust to the , his son M disability the Village Lane with and m tenden ns on Long the By Jared legal July ore Isla “T t of docu ark Avery, following of Rye Br his Hoffm he la here is a lo diverse di nd, but ha the affluen 1, 2006. Fo men oo an 39 te H str s years, r the third an Plea ts from th , moved in arm injuryk comfo r added in t going fo icts in Te also wor t Miller Pl e is se th tim . , e ke ac e r vi turn rta Blind ac e in as Port Ch xas an speaki d Team to pa llage, repr cording Br d H at less w e Mea ble in a ng es ge 11 Westc has capt ook Moc many esente ence nwhile, setting lik to the Wes ter before udson, N ellur d th sta I even Y. tmore Cham hester Co ed the cok Trial and 38 anked Co nding ov e this.” N un co ews. letti atio ye son H pionship, ty Moc veted “I’m me,” k “I’m ars of serv for his 11 ns from ig de Tr m h fe ore Scho ial ating the bo years ice to bid th not goin “It ol ar w proces was a lo in the fin Harrisuccese new one. g to wish yothe distric orking as d and the t. superin audiWiene s,” said se ng and gr als. have s in a distr “I know th u good lu tenden ck th season r. “Expec nior capt ueling t aside e most im ict like M at luck had ,” the old ai ous pe were set tations fo n Jeff wondefrom the cl portant ediller Place. very little superintend to do assroo I have rful ye ucatio ent and I’mrformancehigh from r this w ith m te nal and ars Th prev s in proud team eight e district in Port Ch achers. I professio you will your of ev past year i- 2005 . Th n so since eryone -6 Bl s, le receiv months w looked fo ester.” Th ey real rely w in the distr on in ith ish yo a teen is year ’s caly stepped on our A ft, Joel H d Brook ic to thre ing 27 ap the help r a superin H u man t pl bile acager involv se is cent it up.” M ndrew Be ecker (a igh Scho y dent e-–Carlis ications of an educ tendent tto er at an State cident. Th ed in an au ed on Be adeline cker, Ja rney/coaol Mock Tr Ches Greenbu le, Joseph d narrow ational co for more re Si of to e ter’s ow in m N rg th Pe ns in e Mof Terry ew Yo o- so njamin ms, Ian d Hoffm ch), Max ial Team h 7 Sc an g the ultant ople instruc nM fett, ca ho .A ter in C. O’Nea rk have ch of the K r), Barb Engle, HarDubrowsk an, Mar Linder, . Standing in Janu tion-–Car ichael Koh ol Distric currently ndidates do fter l Aar isa ar , imer y, t teen the Seco with Man arged a Ros a Bernst rison Fost Mori Ei Berman on Wir from unaffil ary. Volu lisle impr lhagen, as in Westc a superin wn sla w nd lig ei shba as en an , Jeff ns er he ht pole Degre ughdrivin after , d Li n (attorn , Rober idler, provid iated residnteer com essed an adsistant supe ster, and tenW . m Po en ed fe best friher lunch g back to e. The Nicole, w Tragically sa Ganz. ey/coach t Gresh Michelle iener, edba ts--asked unity mem visory bo rintenden rt Ca ). Seat es (facu Caley ard t fo be Jamie end, Jam period w school seatbelt, ho wasn’ , 14-year-o each , in the rlisle, the ck to the ed in lty w candid rs—pare at a foru r bo the fr adviBeca ’s younge ie Andersoith her and would as ejecte t wearin ld ter nts, sta m ate qu on its process offather of th ard. on g lo d us ju r n, su fro sin t ff e a es st are an an m tions g restaur of a lo sister one w ccumb contra democra choosing ree girls, and th d Nicol d to her the car many peopfive seni nger eek la ant an tic an th ry to a Th to or e en e. co in re w e ur, th youn ter. le th s last d an juries llege ait build d tra te a “sm Afte ge , over th e defend unexpect at the Kingston, am will be could ing year ought this year, mem r getting oke-fille nsparent decomplim st of who , but do it. be d po cision ented th m is cell ph e speed limant was tra ed de- 28 to co N.Y. on going up I knewwas a ” spoke rs travele sitive feed room.” Th makin e boar they glance one wen it. When veling competit mpete in Friday, A to of fo e Mock Tr g proc d Larry to about 50d to Carlisle back from pr io t Te ess, the ba d over he off, she qu rry’s April 29 n held the region il Kim ur senior ial Team up a coLupo refle people th ’s home the comm on . s: r di the ca ck of the shoulder ickly a maxim Regional Saturd al Har era Rosen, captain consists posit nversatio cted on hi ere. At M strict at Munity, the bo ris um to ay W ve s sin lle iv s , ca on Fo Marisa iene cons gle of to fin r ID. Sh hicle to ward his of e student n with a m impressio onday’s m iller Plac ard ptain ster; Berm r, d that check the w eliminat three roun ist of e was e and feedba fice an ainten ns of eetin Ja Yo tw an Dub ion red inne , ung, o ds g, Tr Ca a sh an d bath ck of the had appe pedestria ocked in the Stat r advancescompetitio of And rowsky; Hoffman juniors: room and the ba ce man pa rlisle: his str ustee fiv intin seball ik Plea . defenddefendan ared out n, Pat May 17-1 e Finals he to compe n; Benj rew Beck e soph and Ian mem g a door ing se tu er, A in om t’s am ld in A te orabili w Asked 8. rn to onto ant’s vehi car forc front lbany and M in Engle, aron Wirsores: a all ovay, page th Mad hb pedestr e curb to cle to sw ing the es for regi about the er 11 fresh ichelle er te Caley; eline Sima, men: Explor ian. The avoid hitti ve up bara Bern onal victor am’s chan an Li s sa d an de torious er Sport Tr fendant’sng the have a lo stein expl y, coach Ba c- to Be Mori Eins Ganz, Max d three ng gravity for havi ac, a vehi Ford but I have road ah ained, “The r- daug rnstein, Jo idler. In Linder ng ad over, and a lik a high ce cle no- that they absolute ead of them y B ro hter took el Hecke dition r, w ok elih becam nt w pa ca e airb ood of ro er of ta orked hard n do it. confidenc , coache M oc k Trrt in the hose e Th lli Bl le s orne and hi ng ev nt, comm and have ey have a form the team. ia l pr og ind Ro er idence ra an ta so m uch school ad attorney, bert Gresh m , , pr d of th They is the visor. es are a esence e rules of “W team , an form selves e’ve truly ’s ative d poise esta . group. as Af- Wiener. a power blished ou “The ho that I rcan pr re’s mor use,” said e to co omise .” me,

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