Festive & Farm-to-Table
Whether an intimate dining experience with ‘just mom,’ or an event for the whole family, festive gatherings on Mother’s Day are a long held tradition at the Kittle House.Built as a barn in 1790 and named after local farmer John Kittle, how appropriate it is that the Kittle Barn and Carriage House began its existence with a farm-to-table connection, a philosophy and tradition that has continued throughout the years. Crabtree’s Kittle House established itself as the farm-to-table pioneer in Westchester County and has maintained its excellent reputation as an outlet for the finest sustainable, naturally raised and grown products from small, artisanal farmers located in the Hudson Valley and beyond.
Crabtree’s Kittle House
11 Kittle Road, Chappaqua
Eclectic & Inviting
Family gatherings have a rich history inside Chappaqua’s eclectic, new world cuisine restaurant. Here, “New York and Parisian style seating lends a city-like feel to a small town joint.” Though Le Jardin has its origin roots in French cuisine, its many other influences have transformed it into the place where you can get a little taste of everywhere. The interior is cozy and inviting, while the outdoor patio (seasonal & weather permitting) offers patrons a truly inviting dining experience surrounded by a beautiful garden–seemingly plucked from the grounds of Versailles and dropped in the little hamlet of Chappaqua. From French classics and steaks, Classic Latin style tacos done to perfection, onward to nationally recognized award winning BBQ and some of the best burgers around, Le Jardin has it all and does it with service that will bend over backwards for you.
Le Jardin du Roi
95 King Street, Chappaqua
Pleasantville residents and visitors alike have been blessed since the quaint and warm Bistro 146 came onto the scene. Still a local fine dining favorite, Bistro 146 has traditionally offered a pre-fixe menu on Mother’s Day. This year, they are promising to include two signature dishes: a Maine Lobster Clam Bake, ‘our style,’ and their ‘famous’ Premium seafood paella!
146 Bedford Road, Pleasantville
Mother’s Day and any day at Amore in Armonk means experiencing the spirit of seasonal simplicity in Italian cooking. Proprietors Mark & Joe Mazzotta describe the menu as “a nod on traditional classics infused with modern-innovation… thus, resulting in the classics elevated to new levels.” An aroma of brick oven pizza and roasted garlic permeate the room. It is comfort food that is truly palate pleasing… “a simple joy.” The original building was rescued from a dusty, decades old roadhouse and reincarnated into a cozy trattoria–resembling a Tuscan style farmhouse eatery with a rustic elegance inside & out. Established in Armonk almost 20 ago, the new ‘reinvented’ setting is centered in the heart of downtown.
Amore Pizzeria & Italian Kitchen
1 Kent Place, Armonk
A Different Experience
An exciting newcomer promises a “different dining experience this Mother’s Day.” Inka’s Seafood Grill is inviting you to reserve soon to “celebrate all the Moms in our lives.” A special three-course prix fixe menu is being offered, with both Peruvian and American selections. $55 per person. Limited outdoor patio seating, weather permitting. Reservations recommended.
Inka’s Seafood Grill
465 Main Street, Armonk