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Dining Out & About You don’t have to go far to find great food. A Supplement Just look to the inside! A guide to eating out in Port Chester, Rye Brook and surrounding areas.


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American American Legion Post 93 78 Pearl St., Port Chester 937-5562

Black Bear Grille

Great Wall Restaurant

2 South Water Street Greenwich, CT 203-531-6400

140 Midland Ave., Port Chester 939-0068

Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar

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

Deli Delight

Monday-Thursday: 11 am - 11 pm Friday-Saturday: 11 am - Midnight Sunday: 11 am - 10 pm

We deliver Minimum purchase for delivery: $6

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Garden Plaza Restaurant-Diner

Number 1 Chinese Restaurant

Washington Park Plaza 261 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 939-8888

120 Westchester Ave. Port Chester 937-8465

J T Straw’s Bar & Grill

Panda Restaurant

134 North Main St., Port Chester 937-9695

213 Westchester Ave. Port Chester 937-4699

Panera Bread

Wings 1/2 price with purchase of 1 large pizza. Just mention this ad.

Port Chester Coach Diner



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 /0%. $AYSsAM -IDNIGHT

317 Boston Post Rd., Port Chester 937-0008

The Kneaded Bread

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Lunch Specials Takeout also

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

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

181 North Main St., Port Chester 937-9489

Sichuan Pavilion

The Pub

480 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-8889

Doral Arrowwood Anderson Hill Rd., Rye Brook 939-6620

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

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

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

Waterfront Grille 42 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 933-2606

Brazilian CafĂŠ Brazil USA 37-39 N. Main St., Port Chester 939-1139

International CafĂŠ & Brazilian Bakery 103 Adee St., Port Chester 939-1002

Pantanal Restaurant


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

Pizzeria & Catering

46 North Main street, Port Chester

Ho Sai Gai

174 North Main St., Port Chester 937-5775

10 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-0079

Sunday/Monday night Football Special

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

44 Westchester Ave. Port Chester 690-9453



29 North Main St., Port Chester 939-6894

Central American

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 St., Rye Brook 937-1597

Waterfront Roasters 106 Purdy Ave., Port Chester 934-2232

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

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

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

La Hacienda Bar & Grill 139 North Main Street Port Chester 690-9720

El Tesoro Restaurant

Los Remolinos Restaurant

92 Purdy Ave., Port Chester 935-9440

123 North Main St., Port Chester 937-7456


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Tulip Tree at the Hilton Rye Town

Tandoori Taste of India

699 Westchester Avenue Rye Brook 939-6300

163 North Main Street Port Chester 937-2727 or 935-9680 Specialties include: Papadams (lentil wafers); Chicken Kabob; soups & salads; Dieters Delight; Chicken Vindalu (chicken curry in hot tangy Goan sauce); Lamb Do Pyaza; Beef Vindalu; Shrimp Bhuna ; vegetarian specials--Malai Kofta (cheese/potato balls in almond & cashew nut sauce); Sabji Saag Mali (spinach in spices, herbs/garlic with potato and cauliflower); Vegetable Vindalu (mixed vegetables in very spicy tangy sauce); rice specials; medley specials; fresh breads; Indian style rice pudding; fried milk balls. Open 7 days lunch & dinner. Lunch Buffet Mon.-Sat. 12-2:30. Sunday Brunch Buffet. Delivery and catering available. All major credit cards. Street & municipal parking.

Dominican Hollywood Chicken International 216 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 934-8137

Ecuadorian El Criollito Restaurant 138 Irving Avenue 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 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

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

Hubba 24 North Main Street Port Chester 939-7276

Kentucky Fried Chicken 262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 935-0741

McDonald’s Restaurant 321 Boston Post Road Port Chester 937-3355

Subway Restaurant 262 Boston Post Road Port Chester 934-5045

Subway Restaurant

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

Sonora Nuevo Latino Cuisine 179 Rectory Street Port Chester 933-0200

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 Caffe Del Monte 321 North Main Street Port Chester 937-0108

Hostaria Mazzei 25 South Regent St., Port Chester 939-2727

Marianacci’s Restaurant 24 Sherman Street Port Chester 939-3450

Pasquale II Ristorante 2 Putnam Ave., Port Chester 934-7770

Provare Trattoria

302 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-0022

Doral Arrowwood Anderson Hill Rd., Rye Brook 939-4554

Wendy’s Restaurant

T & J Villaggio Trattoria

303 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-9417

Greek/American One Station Plaza 111 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-3416

223-225 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 937-6665

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

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“HHH - Tandoori is indeed a delightful taste of India.” Greenwich Time

“Indian food lovers will find Tandoori delightful, delicious.” Gannett Newspapers

Open 7 Days for Lunch and Dinner Lunch Buffet Monday thru Saturday 12-2:30 Sunday Brunch Buffet 12-2:30 We Deliver • Catering Available • All Major Credit Cards

163 North Main Street, Port Chester, NY 914-937-2727 • 914-935-9680 Fax: 914-935-9689 Visit Us at Our Newest Location:

1114 East Putnam Avenue, Riverside, CT At the Howard Johnson Hotel • 203-637-4110

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Full Menu Available • Land Lubbers Welcome “Classic New England fried seafood and renowned clam chowder.”

—Greenwich Magazine, July 2005

Eat Inside All Year Long or Dine Outside on our Deck Weather Permitting

Prix Fixe Lunch & Dinner “Delicious lobster roll. You won’t find a better one around.”

—Elizabeth Johnson The Journal News

1 Willett Avenue, Port Chester, NY On the Port Chester Waterfront, behind The Willett House


Open Tues.-Sun. • Lunch & Dinner


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Restaurant review

Rye Ridge Deli reincarnated: Bigger, brighter, still pricey A

Breakfast, lunch and dinner

By Jananne Abel

restaurant that has been a staple in the Rye Ridge Shopping Center at 126 South Ridge St. has recently undergone a transformation, one that co-owner Scott Martin hopes will rejuvenate it and make customers see it in a new light. The restaurant that got its start in this Rye Brook shopping center and gave the name to what has become a triumvirate closed in May for renovation and expansion and reopened right on schedule on Aug. 15. The original Rye Ridge Deli—which currently has three locations by the same name--is now a bigger, brighter space with many more products on display in its glass cases and on its many open shelves. The goal of owners Scott Martin, 30, and his father Harry, 55, is to expand on what has always been known as a kosher style deli. “If we are that, we are kind of limited,” Scott said, emphasizing that at the new deli “there’s something for everybody,” including a lot of different salads. He admits that the deli is known for its thick corned beef and pastrami sandwiches but wants customers to realize it carries lots more than that. While Rye Ridge Deli’s new menu only lists about five more items than the one before the restaurant’s overhaul, Scott said “it was the same for so many years that nobody paid attention to anything anymore. People came in and got what they wanted and left. People were used to getting the same thing and never looked.” Now, besides doubling the display case space, the deli has created boards which hang on the walls above the front counter and deli cases spelling out the many varieties of sandwiches, salads, cold cuts, cheeses, etc. available to make it easier for customers placing orders to go. “The whole place needed to be revived,” Scott said. “So far we’re getting a positive reaction to the change.” And I must admit it was the expansion that attracted me once again to Rye Ridge Deli—where over the years I had mainly ordered the snappy hot dogs, square knishes and two kinds of pickles to go. I was never really interested in eating in because it seemed like a rather dreary place for old folks.

The spacious new dining room at Rye Ridge Deli in the Rye Ridge Shopping Center. Whether or not my previous perception was correct, several recent visits have shown that in its new carnation quite a wide range of ages actually eat at Rye Ridge Deli. Yes, there’s a good share of older people, but families, mothers with young children and even teenagers frequent the place.

Something for everyone

The menu is large, and besides its 50 sandwiches, another 20 overstuffed combination sandwiches and five hot open sandwiches, features wraps, appetizers, soups, smoked fish platters, house specialties, salad platters, 22 entrée salads, half pound burgers (beef, turkey or garden), fried specialties, beef, poultry and fish dinners, dairy delicacies, vegetarian delights and a cornucopia of breakfast foods. Most of the latter are available from morning till night. So, as at a diner, there’s really something for everybody. And many things on the menu you won’t find anyplace else around: i.e. turkey bacon, challah bread French toast, a pastrami burger, a tongue omelet, and scrambled eggs, lox and onions. And where else do you

Pablo Peralta of Port Chester, one of Rye Ridge Deli’s managers, puts a hot dog in a bun behind the counter.

have a choice of 17 different cheeses to add to your sandwich or use by themselves to make a sandwich. The sandwiches, however, are by no means inexpensive. Yes, they’re big, and they’re tasty, but be prepared to spend at least $8 and as much as $13, unless you’re going for some variety of cheese sandwich in which case you can get by for $6. And keep in mind that extras can add up. For example, certain choices of bread (8 grain, rolls, heros, bagels, croissants, wraps, pita, sourdough and ciabatta) are 50 cents, adding cheese or tomato costs 50 cents, and avocado, bacon or roasted peppers cost an additional $1. One of the over-stuffed combination sandwiches—The Dr. Shuster—is named for a doctor who always ordered turkey, pastrami, roast beef, cole slaw and Russian dressing ($10.99). Half sandwiches are available for half price plus $1. Or, if you like variety, you can get a cup of soup, tossed salad and half a sandwich for $11.99, $2 more if you order a combo or tongue sandwich. The many salads and salad platters could provide different meals for months. The gourmet salad platters allow customers to sample one salad for $5.99, two for $8.99 or three served over tossed greens with your choice of dressing for $11.99. Examples of gourmet salads, all available for purchase from the deli case by the pound, are artichoke and basil, broccoli, tomato and mushrooms, couscous, cucumber dill, penne balsamic and sesame noodles. Examples of the entrée salads, which range in price from $11.99 to $18.99, are Rye Ridge Thai Salad ($16.99), The Avante Garde made with pecans, grilled shrimp, pears, and goat cheese with mesclun greens ($16.99) and Taco Salad ($12.99). Regular salad platters, all $11.99, include, for example, gefilte fish with horseradish, chicken salad, tuna salad, shrimp salad and chopped chicken liver. They are served with potato salad, cole slaw, lettuce and tomato. While the menu hasn’t changed much, a new aspect of the business is the cakes and pies, which are beautifully displayed in the front case just inside the door. A large variety of whole cheesecakes, mousse cakes, chocolate cakes, specialty cakes and pies are available to take home, or you can order a slice to go with your meal. Martin said the brownie cheesecake and chocolate mousse supreme are the most popular desserts. Give them a try. I wouldn’t recommend the only two I’ve tasted—coconut layer cake

and tiramisu. Both were disappointingly dry. Rye Ridge Deli also has a large catering menu.

Bright new décor

Harry Martin, who bought Rye Ridge Deli from previous owners Joe Witkin and Sam Small in 1983, had wanted to expand his restaurant into the space next door for years, said his son, but was never able to get it because there was always some other store there. “We were completely out of space,” Scott Martin said. “We didn’t have space to merchandise all the products we sell in our other stores.” The other stores are in Stamford and Fairfield, Conn., the Stamford location having opened in 1997 and Fairfield in 2001. The expansion, which included a total gutting of the space, added 800 square feet to the restaurant, increased seating by 30 so it can now accommodate 100, doubled the deli case from 12 to 24 feet, increased the size of the kitchen and provided space for shelving to display healthy snacks, coffees and chocolate covered pretzels. The pretzels, which come in white and dark chocolate, covered with sprinkles, Reese’s Pieces, coconut or crushed nuts, are big sellers, Martin said. Windows were installed on the side of the restaurant to brighten up the seating area, and even the front windows, which had previously provided the only natural light, appear larger. “It’s like a fight at lunchtime for those seats [near the windows],” Martin said. Besides the artwork on the walls, everything is brand new, from the beige ceramic tile floor, beige tile, white chair rail and beige wallpaper on the walls, beige and green booths lining the walls and tables with wooden chairs and green vinyl seats filling the rest of the l-shaped dining room. A big round clock figures prominently on the back wall of the restaurant, and other walls boast festive artwork featuring replicas of Rye Ridge Deli. For example, there’s a Charles Fazzino 3-D painting with Rye Ridge Deli in it, another wooden wall hanging depicting Rye Ridge Deli and a blimp above it with lettering reading “New York Loves Rye Ridge Deli,” a painting of RRD in green, blue and orange, each letter a different color, and a vest behind glass hand painted with Rye Ridge Deli next to another shop.

I visited Rye Ridge Deli at all times of the day and night to take in breakfast, lunch and dinner and always found the surroundings pleasant, the service adequate--sometimes better than others--and the food good but not great for the money. Angie Williams of Rye Brook is a fixture, having worked at Rye Ridge Deli since 1972, the year it opened under the previous ownership, so if she’s your waitress, you can be sure to have good service. With his large presence, longtime manager Miguel Hernandez of New Rochelle seems to have everything under control. More recently I’ve met Pablo Peralta of Port Chester, another manager, who has a pleasant way about him. For breakfast, my husband and I decided to go for two items previously mentioned that you can’t get many places, if anyplace else in the vicinity. My choice, and a good one, was the challah bread French toast ($5.50), which brought three pieces of the thick bread dipped in batter, fried, cut into six triangles and sprinkled with powdered sugar. Add butter and you don’t need anything else. But if you choose, there’s syrup, of course. A side of bacon ($2.99) brought a good number of crunchy strips clumped together but nonetheless delicious. My husband selected the scrambled eggs, lox and onions ($8.99) with rye toast, something I’d never tried but can see why you’d go for if you like the smoky and slightly fishy taste of lox. This version had chunks of lox and plenty of it. The meal came with tasty home fries flavored with small bits of green pepper. With two coffees ($1.75 each), our check totaled $23.06. Rye Ridge Deli is a good place for breakfast because it does offer so many items you can’t get elsewhere—lots of unusual omelets like bologna, corned beef, sturgeon, and farmer’s market (turkey, bacon, broccoli, mushrooms and salsa), for instance, besides all the smoked fish platters that come with a bagel and cream cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion, cole slaw and potato salad (salads only served after 11 a.m.), Hawaiian pancakes, pecan or walnut waffles, turkey bacon and turkey sausage as well as an assortment of muffins.

Soup and sandwich

One of the pleasures of eating at Rye Ridge Deli for lunch or dinner is the bowl of delicious half sour and sour pickles you get. My husband and I couldn’t eat lunch at Rye Ridge Deli without experiencing the matzoh ball soup ($3.99 for a bowl). However, there was a communication problem and we got the Consommé with Matzoh Ball rather than the Rye Ridge Homestyle Chicken Noodle Matzoh Ball Soup ($4.99) we had hoped for. In any case, the broth was appetizing and the matzoh ball large and light, so the experience was a satisfying one. The French Onion Soup ($3.99) could also be considered a comfort food—featuring a crock filled with large pieces of bread in a mediumcolored broth topped with a good amount of stringy melted cheese. The Curried Chicken Salad on a flaky croissant ($7.99 and an extra 50 cents for the croissant) had a slight taste of cinnamon, a medium taste of curry and made a delightful sandwich. The Roast Beef Sandwich on rye ($8.50) provided several large slices Please turn to page 6R


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Antonio’s Pizza and Restaurant

Edo Japanese Steak House

Pathmark Shopping Center 130 Midland Ave., Port Chester 939-5137

140 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-3333

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. 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.

Il Pizzaiolo 46 North Main Street Port Chester 937-5120 Specialties include: Fried calamari, zucchini sticks; gorgonzola, Caprese salads; pasta & fagioli, chicken orzo soup; grilled chicken wrap; shrimp parmigiana wedge; burgers, pizza rolls, calzones; penne a la vodka, gnocchi, lasagna, lobster ravioli; Buffalo chicken pizza, veggie pizza, Hawaiian pizza, arugula pizza; Il Pizzaiolo special; chicken parmigiana, eggplant rollintini, sausage & broccoli rabe, veal marsala, shrimp fra diavolo, calamari marinara. Delivery available. Corporate accounts. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-12 midnight, Sun. 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Street parking.

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

Mirabello’s Pizza Trattoria 199 South Regent St., Port Chester 934-2900

P & D Pizza 508 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-8845

Pizza & Brew Restaurant Rye Ridge Shopping Center 136 South Ridge St., Rye Brook 937-2511

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

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

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



Frank’s Restaurant and Pizzeria




Club Sandwich 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 200 South Ridge Street Rye Brook 939-1379

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

Peruvian Food Specializing in Natural Juice Catering Available

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.ORTH-AIN3TREET 0ORT#HESTER .9 Proprietors:    Se Habla Español Javier & Rosa Castillo

Fax: 914-939-8491

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

Mexican Coyote Flaco 115 Midland Avenue Port Chester 937-6969

El Tio Restaurant 143 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 939-1494

El Zarape Mexican Restaurant 24 Grace Church Street Port Chester 933-0363

Kiosko 220 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 933-0155 Specialties include: Sizzling Fajitas, Enchiladas Verdes, Rojas or Mole, Carne Asada, Pargo ala Veracruzana, Mariscos ala Mexicana, Burritos, Fresh Corn Quesadillas, Chimichangas, Bistek Ranchero, New York Steak, Rib Eye, Tostadas, Flautas, Sopes, Tortas (sandwich) Cubana, Milanesa, Tacos al Pastor, Chorizo, Carnitas, Huevos Rancheros, and much more. Serving Margaritas, Pina Coladas, Tequilas, etc. Hours: 7 a.m.-10 p.m. 7 days a week. Major credit cards. Takeout. Parking on the street or in adjacent municipal lot.

Luis Tacos 135 South Main Street Port Chester

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SERVING GREAT FOOD SINCE 1990 & GETTING BETTER KITCHEN OPEN TILL 3 A.M. DAILY SPECIALS Reasonable Prices $550 to $1495 5 Televisions for Sports Events

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


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Restaurant review

Rye Ridge Deli reincarnated Continued from page 4R of lean roast beef rolled over on the bread to create a fairly thick mound—more than I could eat in a sitting but just enough for my husband. Both sandwiches came with fresh-tasting cole slaw. An Orangina added $2.99 to the tab, which amounted to $30.02. For both lunch and breakfast, we especially enjoyed sitting toward the front of the restaurant because of the brightness factor—plenty of sunshine streaming in the windows.

Dinner for four

ously described as disappointingly dry. Next time I’d try one of the pies (key lime, apple, peach, pumpkin in season and pecan, to name a few). There’s also a whole list of Haagen Dazs ice cream flavors ($3.99 for small cup or cone, $4.99 for large version of either), rice or chocolate pudding ($3.99), Jello ($3.50), fresh fruit salad ($3.99), large cookies ($2.50), pound cakes ($2.50), brownies ($2.99), sundaes ($4.99), milk shakes, ice cream sodas or root beer floats (all $4.50). With two beers at $3.99 and a coffee, the check came to $78.50.

Background Our dinner for four consistHarry Martin was in the ed of a thick and yummy first food service industry, having cut pastrami sandwich on rye worked for Aramark Corpora($9.50), a juicy 8-ounce Rye tion running the food service Ridge Beef Burger Supreme operations for Pan Am at ($9.50) served with lettuce, Kennedy Airport, before he tomato, onion, French fries, bought Rye Ridge Deli. Son real (and wonderful) onion Scott said “I’ve literally been rings and cole slaw (sweet working there since I was 10. potato fries cost $1 extra), a I always liked working there. Kosher Style Salad ($11.99) and an Open Face Sliced Expanded display cases with selection I love working in delis.” Scott, London Broil Steak Sandwich boards above them and racks of merchan- who lives in Fairfield County, Conn., said he’s done everywith gravy and French fries dise in front of them. thing in the business and now shares operation of ($14.99). A salad of iceberg lettuce, tomato, celery sticks, their three stores with his dad, who lives in Rockland cucumbers, black and green olives was topped with big County. Scott said he and his dad picked the Aug. 15 slices of pastrami, corned beef and Hebrew National salami—a generous portion of meat albeit somewhat reopening date for their Rye Brook store out of nowhere, and the fact that it was finished by that date sloppily presented and difficult to eat. The steak sandwich was generous, the meat cooked was “sheer luck.” to my liking (medium), and while some pieces were Hours, parking tender, others were tough. Rye Ridge Deli is open from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. The fries were soggy and not piping hot, even Sunday through Wednesday and 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. when we asked for a replacement serving. For dessert, we selected a slice each of the coconut Thursday through Saturday. There’s plenty of free and layer cake and tiramisu ($6.95 each), which I previ- easy parking in the shopping center’s parking lot.

Kiosko Restaurant

Authentic Mexican Cuisine All Homemade and Fresh La Casa of the Famous Mole Poblano SpecialtieS

Sizzling Fajitas, Enchiladas Verdes, Rojas or Mole, the Popular Carne Asada, Pargo ala Veracruzana, Mariscos ala Mexicana, Burritos, Fresh Corn Quesadillas, Chimichangas, Bistek Ranchero, New York Steak, Rib Eye, Tostadas, Flautas, Sopes, Tortas (sandwich) Cubana, Milanesa, Tacos al Pastor, Chorizo, Carnitas, Huevos Rancheros, and Much More. Serving Margaritas, Pina Coladas, Tequilas, etc.

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 credit cards takeout 914-933-0155

Mexican Mary Ann’s Mexican Restaurant 275 Boston Post Road Port Chester 939-8700 Specialties include: Turkey chilli, chalupas, jalapenos stuffed with shrimp, cactus salad, tofu, brown rice, tofu jack cheese, Acupulco seafood dish, Enchiladas Puerto Vallarta, goat cheese quesadilla, salads and tostadas, Tampico Burrito (breast of chicken), chimichangas, tacos and taquitos, beef tamales, fajitas (tuna and salmon, chicken or steak), Mole Amirillo (grilled pork loin), Steak Picado Fundido, combo dishes with shrimp, beef or chicken, vegetarian plates, all homemade on premises. Nightly and lowfat specials. Happy Hour Sun.-Thurs. 4-7 p.m., lunch and weekend brunch 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m., dinner 4-10 p.m. Sun.-Thurs., 4 p.m.-midnight Fri. and Sat. Credit cards: Visa, MC and Amex. Free on-premises parking.

Rancho Grande 8 Poningo Street Port Chester 934-2675

Restaurante y Tortilleria Gemelos 167 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 934-0372

Northern Italian Alba’s Ristorante 400 North Main Street Port Chester 937-2236

Giorgio’s Restaurant

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

Misti Restaurant 110 North Main St., Port Chester 939-9437 Specialties include mussels cooked in onions, tomatoes and sweet corn kernels, Peruvian-style seafood sushi; soups: beef, chicken, seafood; variety of salads; fish morsels cooked in onions and tomatoes; shrimp cooked in spicey sauce, steamed seafood in Peruvian spices; rotisserie chicken (pollo a la brasa) with French fries and salad, chicken fried rice, Peruvian-style beef with spaghetti, pepper steak, roast beef, “Hungry Joe” Steak with fried plantains, egg, bacon and rice, beef tripe stew with rice; custard. Open daily 9 a.m.-12 midnight. Lunch specials. Delivery or takeout available. Street parking. VISA, MC accepted, ATM on premises.

Patrias Restaurant 35 ½ North Main St., Port Chester 937-0177


69 Merritt Street Port Chester 937-4906/1096

El Tesoro Restaurant II

Per Voi

La Pupusa Loca de Port Chester

23 North Main Street Port Chester 937-3200

Piero’s Italian Restaurant 44 South Regent Street Port Chester 937-2904

Peruvian Acuario Restaurant 137 Irving Avenue Port Chester 939-7090

Chavin Restaurant 16 North Main Street Port Chester 937-7917

El Chalan Restaurant 45 Midland Avenue Port Chester 934-2244

El Parral Restaurant 2 South Main Street Port Chester 939-0409

El Plebeyo Restaurant

14 South Main St., Port Chester 937-2086

165 Westchester Avenue Port Chester 935-0767

Rinconcito Salvadoreno Restaurante 20 Broad St., Port Chester 937-9287

Seafood Ebb Tide Seafood 1 Willett Ave., Port Chester 939-4810 Specialties: Boston clam chowder, seafood chowder, lobster bisque; raw oysters, homemade baked clams, calamari; chicken wings, crack & peel shrimp; fried clam bellies, fried coconut shrimp, crispy fried lobster, fish sticks, fried shrimp, fried scallops; steamed Maryland blue claw, lobster dinners, Jonah crab; sauteed fish of the day, mussels, clams, steamers, soft shell crabs, scallops. Sandwiches: fish filet, grilled chicken, salmon burger, lobster roll, hamburger, hot dog, crabcake burger. Open for lunch and dinner 7 days. On premises and municipal parking.

El Palacio de los Mariscos

25 North Main Street Port Chester 690-2797

134 North Main St., Port Chester 939-2222

Brisa Marina Restaurant

F.I.S.H. Mediterranean Seafood

40 Grace Church Street Port Chester 934-9090

102 Fox Island Rd., Port Chester 939-4227

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