Dining Out & About
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A Supplement to the
Your guide to eating out in Port Chester, Rye Brook and surrounding areas.
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Port Chester Coach Diner
78 Pearl Street Port Chester 937-5562
317 Boston Post Road Port Chester 937-0008
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar
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42 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 253-5358 www.applebeesny.com
Belle Fair Country Market 20 BelleFair Boulevard Rye Brook 939-2370
Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar 44 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 690-9453
Chop’t Creative Salad Company 116 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 908-4184
Cousin Frankie’s USA Grill 112 Willett Avenue Port Chester 305-4878
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1323 King Street Greenwich, CT 203-531-1138 Specialties include: Variety of omelets or build your own, breakfast sandwiches, variety of wraps, bagels, muffins, home fries, yogurt, fresh berries; homemade soups, fried calamari, nachos, salads, variety of lunch sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, chili dogs, panini, quesadillas, wedges; baked clams, stuffed portobello mushrooms; homemade lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, cavatelli Bolognese, chicken Scarpariello, chicken spinach Alfredo, veal Marsala, veal Saltimbocca, pan seared salmon, mussels & shrimp fra diavolo, filet mignon, pork chops, prime rib au jus. Hours: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Closed Monday nights. Tuesday nights karaoke 7-10 p.m. Walk-ins welcome. Most major credit cards. Free on-premises parking.
Härth Hilton Westchester 699 Westchester Avenue Rye Brook 939-6300
J T Straw’s Bar & Grill 435 North Main Street Port Chester 937-9695
Panera Bread 10 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-0079
112 North Main Street Port Chester 933-7427
Rye Ridge Deli
Rye Ridge Shopping Center 126 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-2131
Sam’s Bar & Grill 1 Mill Street, Port Chester 939-2001
The Kneaded Bread 181 North Main Street Port Chester 937-9489
Doral Arrowwood Anderson Hill Road Rye Brook 939-6630
1 Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook 481-4651
Euro Asian Bistro 30 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-3680
BURGERS Elevation Burger 176 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 305-6700
Westchester Burger Co.
275 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 305-6095 Serving 20 different burgers including Original WBC angus beef burger, Tex-Mex burger, Kobe burger, Pretzel burger, Mom’s Italian Turkey burger, Greenhouse veggie patty, Soprano chicken burger, Ba Da Bing Italian sausage burger, a lamb burger, tuna burger and bison burger. Six varieties of milkshakes, appetizers, salads and entrées. Open 7 days from 11:30 a.m., closing at 10 p.m. Sunday-Wednesday, at 11 p.m. Thursday and at midnight Friday and Saturday. Free parking in the shopping center lot.
BRAZILIAN Café Brazil USA 37-39 North Main Street Port Chester 939-1139
29-31 North Main Street Port Chester 939-6894
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BRAZILIAN International Café & Brazilian Bakery 103 Adee Street Port Chester 939-1002
Rio Minas Brasil U.S.A. Buffet 140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 481-5724
CENTRAL AMERICAN El Tesoro Restaurant 92 Purdy Avenue Port Chester 935-9440
El Tesoro II
14 South Main Street Port Chester 937-2086
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
King Garden Chinese Restaurant 32 Grace Church Street Port Chester 939-4310
Manchu Garden Chinese & Japanese Cuisine 504 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-8688
Number 1 Chinese Restaurant 120 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-8465
Panda Restaurant 213 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-4699
Sichuan Pavilion 480 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-8889
CHINESE 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
Pan America Bakery & Café 22 South Main Street Port Chester 939-0005
COLOMBIAN Aqui Es Santa Fe Café 32 Broad Street Port Chester 305-1060
Asi Es Colombia 172 North Main Street Port Chester 934-7675
Delicias Colombianas 36 Broad Street Port Chester 939-9425
El Rincon Paisa 130 North Main Street Port Chester 939-9364
Los Remolinos Restaurant 123 North Main Street Port Chester 937-7456
DOMINICAN Hollywood Chicken International 216 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 934-8137
66 Poningo Street, Port Chester 939-9251
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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
ECUADORIAN El Criollito Restaurant 138 Irving Avenue Port Chester 934-8010
Rinconcito Ecuatoriano Restaurant
150 North Main Street Port Chester 937-7343
Open - 7 Days Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. Friday - sunday 8 a.m. - Midnight
FAST FOOD Burger King
260 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 934-7877
330 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 939-8331
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FAST FOOD Dunkin Donuts 295 Midland Avenue Port Chester 935-9034
Garden Catering 140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 934-7852 or 934-7810
24 North Main St., Port Chester 939-7276
Kentucky Fried Chicken
262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 935-0741
321 Boston Post Road Port Chester 937-3355
Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner & Specials Available
262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 934-5045
Open Thanksgiving Day Walk-ins Welcome
Seafood and Steakhouse 173 Westchester Ave. • Port Chester, NY
Voted as one of the top ethnic restaurants in Westchester County.--Westchester Spotlight, Aug. 2001
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302 Midland Ave., Port Chester 937-0022
Subway Restaurant 19 North Main Street Port Chester 914-481-5255
FAST FOOD Texas Chili Restaurant
8 South Main Street, Port Chester 937-0840
FRENCH La Creperie Café 604 North Main Street Port Chester 934-0026
GREEK/ AMERICAN One Station Plaza
111 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 939-3416
GUATEMALAN Café Guatemala 28 Grace Church Street Port Chester 937-8537
Keylee’s Restaurant 11 Pearl Street, Port Chester 481-1650
INDIAN Tandoori Taste of India
163 North Main Street Port Chester 937-2727 or 935-9680
INTERNATIONAL Brisa Marina Restaurant 40 Grace Church Street Port Chester 934-9090
Café Mirage 531 North Main Street Port Chester 937-3497
Sonora Nuevo Latino Cuisine 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 onpremises parking.
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IRISH/AMERICAN ITALIAN/PIZZERIA Davy Byrnes Irish Pub & 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. 11:305, Dinner: 5-10 p.m. Credit cards: VISA, MC, AX. Some off-street parking.
25 South Regent Street Port Chester 939-2727
Marianacci’s Restaurant 24 Sherman Street Port Chester 939-3450
325 North Main Street Port Chester 939-0119
Pasquale II Ristorante 2 Putnam Avenue Port Chester 934-7770
T & J Villaggio Trattoria
223-225 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-6665
Tarry Market Café
179 North Main Street Port Chester 253-5680
Tarry Lodge 18 Mill Street Port Chester 939-3111
ITALIAN/ MEDITERRANEAN Il Sogno Ristorante
316 Boston Post Road Port Chester 914-937-7200
ITALIAN/PIZZERIA Antonio’s Pizza and Restaurant
Pathmark Shopping Center 130 Midland Avenue Port Chester 939-5137
Arcuri’s Pizza & Salad
46 North Main Street Port Chester 937-5120 Specialties include: Breakfast burritos; jalapeno poppers, zucchini stix, Buffalo wings; Greek, Manhattan, California salads; pizza burger, veggie burger; reuben, health nut, taco burger wraps; steak fajita, eggplant parmesan; hot wraps, cold wraps, sandwiches & heros, hot sandwiches & heros; veggie supreme, BBQ chicken, mushroom pizzas; chicken Caesar salad, Italian stallion, clams casino specialty pizzas; calzones, strombolis and rolls; pasta and baked dinners; chicken marsala, chicken scarpariello; clam strips, scallops, shrimp (Fisherman’s Platter). Open 7 days: Sun.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
35½ North Main Street Port Chester 305-3220
262 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 967-5070
Ferraro’s Pizza & Pasta
199 South Regent Street Port Chester 934-2900
Frank’s Restaurant and Pizzeria
IrIsh Pub & restaurant
Serving Lunch and dinner us Salads, Pasta, Burgers, l P Sandwiches, Steaks, Seafood
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7 Plasma Televisions for your viewing enjoyment 538 Willett Avenue (off Putnam Ave.) Port Chester, N.Y. • 914-937-2106
23 Putnam Avenue Port Chester 939-8299
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. 7 days a week. Catering available. Free delivery lunch & dinner. Credit cards: AX, VISA, MC. Ample free parking in lot.
John’s of Arthur Avenue 508 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 481-8888 or 481-8889
Michael’s Famous Pan Pizza
125 Midland Ave., Port Chester 939-2241
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John’s of Arthur Avenue Restaurant & Pizzeria
New neighborhood pizzeria a worthy replacement for P&D
BY JANANNE ABEL
im Gould and his wife Diane are aiming to bring the P&D Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria location back to its former glory with the opening of their new restaurant on the Port Chester/Rye Brook border at 508 Westchester Ave. John’s of Arthur Avenue Restaurant & Pizzeria offers an array of pizza styles and family style dining using top notch ingredients at this spot which has for decades been a neighborhood pizzeria. “There’s such a history in this place here,” said Jim during an interview this week. Customers tell him they used to go to P&D with their grandfather and now they are bringing their kids. “People couldn’t wait for us to open. It’s just a nice neighborhood place to come.” Besides offering good food made with high quality ingredients, Jim is intent on hiring local people and providing friendly, accommodating service. John’s opened Aug. 24 and Jim has been there every day. “I can’t stay away,” he admitted. “It’s my passion right now. I want it to be the best it can be and I know I’ve got to be here.” Even the two days after Superstorm Sandy when the shopping strip where it’s located and most of Port Chester and Rye Brook were without power, John’s was using its gas-fired pizza ovens and serving food by candlelight.
If someone calls or comes in five minutes before closing, they’ll be taken care of. Jim said that person will be grateful and return the next time they’re hungry. Gould even follows up on deliveries (they deliver for a $2 service charge) to make sure the customers were satisfied with the food and service. My husband and I visited John’s shortly after their opening when there were only a few customers and have been back several times in recent weeks when it was bustling with both couples and families and we saw many people we knew, including local restaurateurs. “It’s a compliment that restaurant people come,” said Jim, telling his own story about a renowned Rye Brook chef who came by one night for pizza and gave him his card. I certainly haven’t tried everything at John’s, but what I have had so far has
Owner Jim Gould serves pizza to lunchtime customers at John’s of Arthur Avenue Restaurant & Pizzeria in Port Chester. been excellent and worthy of recommendation. Salads, pastas and entrées come in two or three sizes so you can get an individual portion, a large portion for two or a family-sized portion for three or four. As a bonus right now since John’s of Arthur Avenue doesn’t yet have its beer and wine license, customers are invited to bring their own bottle of wine and are charged a $5 corkage fee. If you forget to bring a bottle from home, you can go next door to The Wine Gallery and get a 10% discount on a bottle of wine to drink with your meal at the restaurant.
High quality ingredients used in the Italian preparations at John’s of Arthur Avenue are on display on racks in the dining room.
All but two of the staff at John’s live in Port Chester or Rye Brook, Jim remarks proudly. One of the out-oftowners is manager Felix Estrada of Mamaroneck, who worked as the pizza man at the original P&D for two years and stayed on when new owner Rick Yandoli took over in December 2009 until the restaurant closed at the end of February 2012. When Jim was in the market for a pizzeria, he came across this place and was already familiar with it. He ran into Estrada who at this point was working at a pizzeria in White Plains. Estrada put Jim in touch with Steve Zafrin and Pete Desimini, who
had owned and operated P&D for 37 years before they decided it was time to retire. Besides making pizza, Estrada also cooks, said Gould. “He’s able to do everything. I can’t tell you how valuable he is. He has an unbelievable personality with the customers. They love him.” Gould has also hired Christian Sanchez of Port Chester as the chef. He, too, had cooked at P&D for five years. A new addition is host Angus Cooper, who lives across the street in the senior housing on Bowman Avenue. He was the maitre d’ at Tavern on the Green for many years and also owned several restaurants, said Gould. He works Friday, Saturday and sometimes Sunday nights and “adds a nice touch.” A friendly gent, he remembered my husband from one visit to the next. The waiters and waitresses are friendly young men and women, some more experienced than others, who aim to please. Gould is a retired probation officer from Orange County, a town called Wawawanda about 70 minutes away. In recent days he has been staying at his daughter’s co-op in White Plains to reduce the commute. His first job at the age of 10 was in a pizzeria and over the years he has worked in restaurants as a busboy,
waiter and bartender. “I kind of knew that someday this was something I’d like to do,” Gould said. Retirement at a young age provided the perfect opportunity. Now he’s working harder than ever.
What’s with the name?
John’s of Arthur Avenue actually did start out in that famous Italian neighborhood in the Bronx. It moved from Arthur Avenue to Middletown, N.Y. six years ago and Gould’s son Kevin, 25, bought it a year and a half ago. Kevin is also a partner in the second location in Milford, Pa. Jim and his wife Diane opened the third location in Port Chester. Diane, who works fulltime for the New York State court system, waitresses in Port Chester Thursday through Saturday. Some of the recipes for items on the current menu, such as Grandma’s Meatballs, do go back to the original John’s on Arthur Avenue. These tasty gems (3 for $6.95, 6 for $12.95) are made with pecorino and basil and are covered with fresh ricotta and homemade tomato sauce. Otherwise, however, Jim, Please turn to page 8
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ITALIAN/PIZZERIA LUNCHEONETTES MEXICAN Pizza Pasta & Things
Kohl’s Shopping Center 529 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-8000
Racanelli’s Pizzeria Restaurant Rye Ridge Shopping Center 136 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-2511
Sosa’s Pizzeria 147 Irving Avenue Port Chester 939-4202
T&J Pizza & Pasta
227 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-4134
Lenny’s Bagels 200 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 939-1379
Lyon Park Deli, Café & Catering 29 Putnam Avenue Port Chester 937-1171
182 North Main Street Port Chester 939-9591
Chipotle Mexican Grill
Rye Ridge Shopping Center 100 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 937-0351
115 Midland Ave., Port Chester 937-6969
El Tio Restaurant 143 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-1494
220 Westchester Ave. Port Chester 933-0155
La Picardia Taqueria
1 Willett Avenue Port Chester 937-8226
118 Westchester Ave., Port Chester 937-1701
Villa Rustica Pizzeria & Trattoria 261 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 939-8888 or 939-8885
JAPANESE Edo Japanese Steak House 140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-3333
LUNCHEONETTES Bagel Emporium 211 Irving Avenue Port Chester 937-5252
800 Westchester Avenue Rye Brook 914-694-5758
Club Sandwich 7 Rye Ridge Plaza Rye Brook 939-3475
Dougie’s Standby 604 North Main Street Port Chester 939-0022
Los Gemelos Restaurant & Tortilleria 167 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 934-0372
Luis’ Place 135 South Main Street Port Chester 939-3132
Mary Ann’s Mexican Restaurant 23½ North Main Street Port Chester 939-8700
Rancho Grande 8 Poningo Street Port Chester 934-2675
NORTHERN ITALIAN Alba’s Ristorante
400 North Main St., Port Chester 937-2236
Per Voi II
23 North Main St., Port Chester 937-3200 Specialties include: Mussels or Clams Posillipo, fried calamari; Caesar salad with chicken or shrimp, mesclun salad; Penne Vodka, linguini with white or red clam sauce, Linguini Marechiara, Chicken Scarpariello, Grilled Chicken Capri, Veal Picatta, Veal Saltimbocca, Shrimp Scampi, Salmon Puttanesca, skirt steak, grilled pork chops, Filet Mignon Per Voi. Hours: Open 7 days for dinner (5-10 p.m. Mon.-Thurs., till 11 p.m. Fri. and Sat., 4-9 p.m. Sun.). Lunch: 12-3 p.m. Mon.-Fri. All major credit cards accepted.
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632 Anderson Hill Road Purchase 481-5811 Specialties include: Baked Clams Oreganate, jumbo shrimp cocktail; baby spinach fresh pear salad, Full Moon baby green salad; pasta fagioli & French onion soups; homemade ravioli, Penne alla Vodka, homemade meat lasagne; Chicken Scarpariello, Veal Parmigiana, Pork Chop Capricciosa, aged New York steak, Zuppa di Pesce, Norwegian salmon, Eggplant Parmigiana; variety of pizzas, calzones, wedges, sandwiches, sides; Tiramisu Expresso, classic Crème Brulee, apple crisp. Children’s menu available. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.10 p.m., Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Delivery and catering available. Credit cards accepted. Free parking on premises.
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New neighborhood pizzeria a worthy replacement for P&D being Irish-German and not Italian, hired a consultant to assist with the menu and provide some of the recipes. “I worked for three months with him,” he said.
John’s is known for its stadium pizza, a 24” oversized pie ($22.95 for cheese, $4 for each extra topping). “The boxes just fit out the door,” Gould said. Most people have it cut into 16 slices. While John’s serves Arthur Avenue style, Naples style, Grandma’s and Sicilian pizza, only the former comes in this oversized version. Other sizes include a 12” personal pizza (plenty for two) and a 16” large pie. A 12” gluten free pizza is also available for an additional $4. Besides the stadium pizza, if he had to pick two items on the menu to highlight, Gould said it would be the eggplant appetizer and the Grandma’s Sicilian pie, both original John’s of Arthur Avenue recipes. The former consists of eggplant cutlets, tomato sauce, Parmigiano Reggiano and fresh basil at $7.95. Grandma’s, indeed extra special, is thin-crusted, crunchy
Owner Jim Gould of Orange County (center), flanked by manager Felix Estrada of Mamaroneck (left) and chef Christian Sanchez of Port Chester, displays one of the large boxes that holds John’s of Arthur Avenue’s 24” stadium pizza. virgin olive oil, cans of garbanzo beans, bags of pasta and other ingredients are displayed on racks as you enter the restaurant. They’re for sale, said Gould, but mostly he wanted to display the high end ingredients they use.
The dining room features colorful tablecloths, a new hardwood floor and the space’s original tin ceiling that was uncovered and repaired. Sicilian pan pizza topped with plum tomatoes, chunks of fresh mozzarella and fresh basil ($3.95 for a slice, $12.95 for a personal 12” pie, $19.95 for a 16” pie). Jim said he eats one slice a day. Entrées and pasta dishes come with yummy rosemary focaccia in a red plastic basket. It’s made with pizza dough, rosemary, olive oil and a little salt—delicious when it’s piping hot, but it gets cold and hard quickly, so dig in! All of the sandwich breads come from the famous Terranova Bakery on Arthur Avenue. Gould notes that two things make John’s different from other pizzerias: they use Stanislaus tomatoes, the oldest Italianowned tomato company in the country, and Grande cheese. He feels these superior ingredients make a difference. Large cans of tomatoes, bags of flour, jugs of imported extra
Things I recommend
I loved everything we had at our first meal at John’s of Arthur Avenue where my husband and I split each course and had more than enough to eat. The Arthur Avenue Special Salad ($10.95 for large) provided a hearty meal in itself of romaine lettuce, sliced salami, pepperoni, sliced provolone, chickpeas (these were missing), pepperoncini, calamata olives, pickled red onions and cherry tomatoes tossed in red wine vinaigrette. We also had the 6-piece Baked Clams Oreganata ($8.95) which brought a whole clam in each shell topped with bread crumbs, garlic and oil, a saucier presentation than other versions of this recipe I’ve had but nonetheless savory.
For the main meal we chose the Spaghetti with Clams ($15.95) which produced 13 whole little necks, most of them large, on top of a medium-sized portion of perfectly-cooked spaghetti in a delicious sauce of garlic, olive oil and clam juice. It came with a metal spaghetti server for portioning. This meal priced out at $38.49 without tip. On another occasion we ordered two personal pizzas in different styles: one Arthur Avenue style pie with meatballs ($9.95), which is thicker than the thin and crunchy Naples style. The artichoke basil personal pie ($12.95) was topped with artichoke-parmesan cream sauce, artichoke hearts, basil and pecorino. Both had excellent flavor, but I preferred the thinner Naples version. The Penne all Vodka ($10.95) ordered on a third visit was more orange-colored than I’ve seen before but still scrumptious tossed in a sauce made with prosciutto, shallots, basil, tomatoes and cream. The Chicken Scarpariello ($14.95) was made with large chunks of skinless, boneless sautéed chicken, thick slices of sausage, red and green hot vinegar peppers and was served
over a small portion of spaghetti, a wonderful option to capture some of the spicy sauce. Bringing home plenty of leftovers so we’d have room for dessert, we split the Blackout Cake, a creamy wedge of chocolate with a thin, moist chocolate cake base and an extra thin layer of hard chocolate on top ($4.50). If you’re a chocolate lover, this cake is to die for! It was served on a plate dusted with powdered sugar. Other desserts include house made cannoli and tiramisu as well as churros. Cheesecake will probably be added in the future. Besides soda and coffee, John’s sells a lot of Pellegrino and I happened to spot on the takeout menu that they also offer Italian lemonade which is made in-house and served with a sprig of fresh basil. That’s on my list to try at a future date. Down the road Gould expects to get an espresso and cappuccino machine.
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P&D was never fancy, and neither is John’s of Arthur Avenue. However, the new
Continued from page 6 owners did make an effort to spruce up the place by installing new shiny hardwood floors, exposing and repairing the original silver tin ceiling that had been covered up and reconditioning the red booths which are still pretty lumpy and uncomfortable. Besides the six booths along the walls, there are also large tables for six in the dining room which seats a total of 65. Tables are covered with brightly-colored plastic cloths bearing an Italian food theme: red and green peppers, olive oil containers, garlic, olives and wine in a wicker basket. S. Pellegrino sparkling water bottles decorate each table. The racks of ingredients toward the door add to the Italian-flavored decor. Stucco walls are painted green on top and covered with white wainscoting below. Limited wall space features an ornately framed mirror and a black-framed print of a pizzeria in Italy. White lace curtains hang on the bottom half of the large storefront windows and at two smaller windows between the dining room and the private party room that can accommodate 25-30 people next door. Seating for four is also available at the blond wood counter at the back of the restaurant where a pizza display case was added as well as two new Marsal 6-pie ovens. John’s of Arthur Avenue is brightly lit with an unremarkable collection of fixtures including a chandelier in the center and other hanging lights over the booths. A new sign similar to the old one should be up soon following approval by the Port Chester Architectural Board of Review.
John’s of Arthur Avenue is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 9 p.m. Free convenient parking is available on the street or in the lot adjacent to the strip of stores at the intersection of Westchester and Bowman avenues in which the restaurant is located.
A bicyclist passes John’s of Arthur Avenue Restaurant & Pizzeria at 508 Westchester Ave., the former location of P&D Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria, which opened Aug. 24.
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History of the Thanksgiving parade Thousands of people line the streets of midtown Manhattan every year to catch a glimpse of the balloons and performers marching in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Millions more will tune in to watch it on television. The Macy’s parade is intertwined with Thanksgiving, making it as much a part of the holiday as turkey and pumpkin pie. The parade has evolved throughout the years, and its history is both interesting and informational. Historians believe the parade was instituted by European immigrants who made up the majority of employees at the retail giant Macy’s. In the 1920s, employees who were now proud Americans wanted to celebrate with traditions that were similar to those in Europe. This included a parade down the streets. Animals were borrowed from the Central Park Zoo, bands played and marchers wore different costumes.
In 1927, concern for children lining the parade route led parade officials to replace live animals with the signature helium balloons people now know and love. A dragon and Felix the Cat were some of the first balloons. The festivities continued to grow during the 1930s, when Santa was added to the parade’s growing list of participants. 1933 was the only year Santa led the parade rather than closed it. During World War II, the parade was put on hiatus, as the rubber for the balloons and the helium were donated to the war effort. The parade resumed in 1945 and was televised only in New York. The 1947 film “Miracle on 34th Street” made the parade even more popular. NBC televised the parade nationwide the following year, drawing viewers from all over the country.
Avoid crowds by shopping smart
The gift of volunteerism for the holidays Donating is a popular way to show appreciation during the holiday season, but not every household has the funds to donate this year. In lieu of making a financial donation, a gift of time and service is just as valuable. Research indicates that 50 percent of charitable donations are made between Thanksgiving and Christmas. During the season of hospitality and togetherness, making charitable donations is everpresent in many people’s minds. However, financial insecurity due to the sluggish job market and economy will likely result in more people hoping to volunteer their time instead of their finances this holiday season. Volunteering one’s time is a way to give back without expending funds. Just as charities and other organizations are in need of money to operate their causes, they also need manpower to put plans in action. Busy people may think they don’t have the time to volunteer, but this is not the case. According to Charity Guide, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting flexible volunteerism by inspiring and facilitating acts of kindness, volunteer work can take as little as 15 minutes per week and be based on a flexible schedule. When considering volunteerism, individuals can pick a cause that is dear to their heart. Organizations that raise awareness about medical conditions to animal rights groups are all charities that can use assistance. Here are some ways the average person can volunteer service: • Business owners who provide a particular product or service can donate such items to the charity. For example, a printing company can offer to print letterhead or envelopes for an organization. A baker can offer food for luncheons or fundraisers. Donation of time doesn’t necessarily have to mean manning the phones. • Schools are often understaffed and can use the help of parents and other community members. Volunteering beyond the typical call of duty can help school programs flourish. Volunteering time as a coach or as a librarian can ensure children have the resources and programs for a well-rounded education. • Consider spending time with the elderly at a nearby assistedliving facility or as part of a home-visitor program. Individuals who don’t have family nearby may appreciate a visit from someone, even if it’s just to sit and chat. This is something the entire family can do, even children. • Something as simple as carpooling or offering to shop for busy people is another form of volunteer work that doesn’t require being part of a particular organization. Why not babysit for a person who has to catch up on some holiday shopping? There are plenty of ways to contribute without writing a check. The holiday season is the perfect time of year to think in a giving way.
Christmas shopping. Some love it and some hate it. Regardless, it’s expected that crowds will be part of the equation at some point during the holiday season. Avoiding the biggest crowds is often the goal of many holiday shoppers. Today most shoppers are looking to save time, money or both. They often wonder what are the best times to shop to realize the best deals and avoid the crowds. While Black Friday may offer low-low prices, crowds are definitely in abundance, with
thousands of people anxious to score savings. However, if smaller crowds are desired, many retailers offer similar prices to Black Friday the week after Thanksgiving. Shoppers who want to avoid crowds as a main priority will want to shop weekday mornings. If it is possible to take off a day in December to set aside for shopping, one should consider it. Just avoid the hours of 11 to 2. People who are at work may spend their lunch hours catching up on shopping. While weekday shopping may not offer the sales
that take place on the weekends, the stores will certainly be less crowded. Shoppers who know they will be giving gifts after the Christmas holiday, be it to distant relatives or faraway friends, can take advantage of shopping after Dec. 25. This can be a great opportunity to save a lot of money on purchases, as many items are deeply discounted after Christmas. Keep in mind, though, that crowds still may be large because of people making returns or cashing in on gift cards.
Make this Black Friday a safe one There are some people who get the ultimate rush by waking up early and waiting in line for some amazing deals at the stores. Although Black Friday is one of the hotly anticipated events for shoppers to score momentous deals, it has also proven a recipe for disaster. Stampeding masses of eager shoppers have been all too common on Black Friday through the years. Coupled with anticipation of impending sales and the sheer volume of shoppers waiting outside of stores, mob mentality often prevails. It’s survival of the fittest as some shoppers push, shove and run inside of doors to nab the must-have products on sale. In 2008, a sales clerk was trampled to death by a crowd of 2,000 people who knocked the man to the ground at a Wal-Mart store in Valley Stream, N.Y. Later the same day, two people were shot dead at a Toys ‘R’ Us store in Southern California after an argument. Many store employees have tales of picking up trampled people who have been run over at various retailers on Black Friday. Although “Black Friday” refers to a store’s profit margin and their ability to be “in the black” when tallying end-of-year sales, the moniker does seem to have an ominous feel to it. “Black Friday” seems to conjure up images of something bad happening. When unruly mobs race into stores, something bad just may happen. Last year, Dr. David Michaels, the Assistant Secretary for the Occupational Safety and Health Ad-
ministration, was quoted as saying, “Crowd-related injuries during special retail sales and promotional events have increased during recent years. Many of these incidents can be prevented by adopting a crowd management plan.” Just what is a crowdmanagement plan? OSHA has developed a guide for retailers to help avoid accidents and mayhem. The National Retail Federation also issued guidelines for similar promotional events that draw crowds. Contingency plans for larger-thanexpected crowds should be put into place, as should thorough communication plans. Some stores have implemented their own policies, including requiring wrist bands to control the number of people in the store at any given time. Other stores have formed lines in separate areas to avoid crowds at the front of the store. Individuals shopping can also do their part. While Black Friday shopping has become a tradition for many, oftentimes better deals can be had at different points in the holiday season. Some argue that shopping on Thanksgiving Day yields better sales and that those doorbusters are only ways to draw you into the store for other products that don’t have the same wow factor. Keep in mind that many online retailers also offer Black Friday sales that are comparable and you don’t have to wait outside in the cold to get them. Should you still go to a favorite brick-and-mortar store in the wee hours of the morning, experts urge putting personal safety above saving money.
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