Katonah NY Real Estate | What’s Open and Closed, After the Hurricane – Bedford-Katonah, NY Patch

Updated, 11:00 a.m.

With 75 percent of Bedford and 99 percent of Lewisboro still with no power, residents need food, water and ice. Power has mostly been restored to Katonah, Bedford Hills and the Route 117 corridor.

However, power is not restored to businesses in Bedford Village and most storefronts are closed there. And just as Lewisboro residents celebrated the opening of DeCicco’s in its town hub, the Cross River Plaza, again residents will have to travel for provisions—at least for a day or more.

Most of the supermarkets and delis that are open have reported they are out of ice. Dry ice is being distributed at locations in and around Bedford today, click here for details.

Here’s what we know is open:


  • The Shop Rite Plaza in Bedford Hills, including Panera Bread and the supermarket
  • Table Local Market in Bedford Hills
  • A & P in Katonah at 123 Bedford Road
  • A & P in Mt. Kisco at 195 N. Bedford Road. Other locations (Bedford Village, Goldens Bridge) not answering phones.
  • Mrs. Green’s in Katonah
  • Perks Coffee Shop in Katonah
  • Sgaglio’s
  • Noka Joe’s
  • William Nichols and Willy Nick’s
  • Katonah Restaurant
  • Peppino’s Restaurant
  • Blue Dolphin Restaurant
  • Wooden Nickel Deli



  • Town of Bedford pools are closed due to storm damage
  • Katonah Museum of Art is closed
  • Bedford Parks and Recreation programs are partially on: the morning science program is cancelled today, but will start tomorrow; the afternoon class, “What’s up Doc,” is running 1:00- 4:00 pm and the US Sports Institute will likely start tomorrow.
  • The Katonah Art Center is open and camp programs are running.

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