Le Jardin du Roi- The streets of Chappaqua are rather far from those of Paris, but Le Jardin du Roi and its French cuisine help eliminate the distance. Whether nestled inside the small, homey restaurant or sitting outdoors on its gorgeous patio, you will, without a doubt, enjoy the warm atmosphere of this smashing success. You may wake up and roll into a chair to be served 2005 Westchester Magazine’s “Best Breakfast” in its Best of Westchester series, omelets full of goat cheese and spinach or whatever delights you. Luckily for the late riser’s, breakfast is served until 4 p.m. and dinner is served all day. Definitely stop by this scrumptious restaurant for a taste of France right here in Chappaqua.
Location: 76 King Street
Phone: (914) 238-5950
Hours: Lunch: Mon- Sat: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Dinner: Mon-Thurs.: 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m., Fri and Sat: 5 p.m.-11 p.m. Closed Sundays.Takayama Japanese Restaurant- Takayama was a hit from its opening and has not stopped pleasing its patrons since. With so many different varieties of sushi and Japanese specialties, Takayama’s success is not surprising. Enter Takayama and a friendly staff of waiters and waitresses will greet and seat you at either at cozy table or booth. If you’re a sushi eater, but watching your weight, try the Tuna Naruto roll, wrapped in cucumber instead of rice. If you aren’t a sushi fan, try the wonderful Sukiyaki, meat and vegetables cooked in a black pot while you eat it. For a mix of both, go for a Bento box that is filled with a plethora of foods, including both chicken teriyaki and sushi rolls. Fun and delicious food for all, Takayama is a safe bet.
Location: 95 King St
Hours: Lunch: Mon – Sat, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Dinner: Sunday – Thursday, 4:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday – 4:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.Pizza Station – Despite the name, Pizza Station serves a lot more than just pizza. In addition to delicious, crusty pizza, you can get an order of ravioli, a great chicken parmigiana, or even a Caesar salad. Pizza Station absolutely surpasses the old stereotype of a simple pizza place, and provides its customers with a quick and delicious dining experience. A great place for kids and adults alike, Pizza Station also has outdoor dining in the summertime.
Location: 88 S. Greeley Ave
Phone: (914) 238-3858
Hours: Open every day 11 a.m. -10 p.m.Mario’s- The older pizza place in town, Mario’s Pizza has certainly stuck around for a reason and that reason is terrific food. Enter Mario’s Pizza and you automatically get a whiff of the most delicious pizza, with melting mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce that’s so good it’s almost sweet. Order at the counter and slide yourself into a booth or sit on a stool to look out onto the world outside. Either way, when you go retrieve your food, you and your companions (be they kids or adults) will be absolutely stricken by the wonder of the food.
Location: 13 King St
Phone: (914) 238-3858
Hours: Mon-Sat.: 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Sun.: 12 p.m.-9 p.m.Chappaqua Restaurant & Coffee Shop – For a quick, but delicious, sit-down meal, you can’t beat the Chappaqua Restaurant & Coffee Shop. With its wide array of offerings, there is something for everyone for every meal. A great place for kids, and adults alike, Chappaqua Restaurant & Coffee Shop will get you all good food in a timely manner and send you home happy. Try the omelets, the wraps or even the macaroni and cheese and you will be guaranteed a good meal. If you’re flying solo, grab a seat at the counter-it’s a great spot to have some good food and read the paper. Whatever you’re looking for, Chappaqua Restaurant & Coffee Shop will help you get it.
10 S Greeley Ave, Chappaqua, NY
Tel: (914) 238-3869 Susan Lawrence Gourmet Foods- Gourmet is absolutely the right word to describe the food offered at Susan Lawrence Gourmet Foods. With a menu that changes daily, offering a deliciously distinct collection of salads, sandwiches and more, Susan Lawrence provides a great lunch or dinner within its glass display cases. The pastries, which include cakes and cookies, are a great hit with kids and adults with a sweet tooth. The store supplies tables inside and out, so you can easily sit down and eat there in the garden-inspired atmosphere, or choose to take it home and enjoy the wonderful food in the comfort of your own kitchen. No matter what, the food of Susan Lawrence Gourmet Foods certainly deserves the two “Best Caterer” awards that it was provided by Best of Westchester.
Location: 26 North Greeley Avenue
Phone: (914) 238-8833
Hours: Mon- Sat.: 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun: 8 a.m.-3 p.m.Quaker Hill Tavern- This family-oriented bistro certainly does not lack for hometown quality. In addition to its location at the center of Chappaqua, Quaker Hill Tavern also exudes Chappaqua’s charm and familial essence. It is a restaurant that allows kids to eat for free on Monday nights, and with foods like burgers and great chicken wings, who could not find something to enjoy? The food is great and, with a full bar separate from the restaurant, Quaker Hill Tavern is also a good place to relax after work. Upscale, but not uptight, Quaker Hill Tavern is a fabulous place to dine.
Location: 61 North Bedford Rd.
Hours: Lunch: Tues-Sun 11a.m.-4p.m.
Dinner: Mon-Wed 4p.m.-10p.m., Thurs- Sat 4p.m.-11p.m., Sun 4p.m.-9p.m.
Villarina’s Pasta & Deli- A favorite amongst high school students and parents alike, Villarina’s Pasta & Deli offers delicious wraps, pastas and salads. With inexpensive (and discounted for students) wraps affectionately named the “Greeley” (filled with grilled chicken, mozzarella cheese, and roasted red peppers) and the “Fox Laner” (filled with breaded chicken, Muenster cheese and honey mustard), Villarina’s has been a hit ever since it moved to the center of Chappaqua. The staff there is friendly and funny, and you will always leave Villarina’s with a smile. Enjoy the food in the actual shop, or take it outside and enjoy it as a picnic on the Robert E. Bell Middle School picnic tables out back.
Location: 27 South Greeley Ave
Phone: (914) 238-7153The Kittle House- The actual house has existed since 1790, and holds in it one of the most elegant, fine dining experiences in the area. Step into the foyer and a kind host will happily lead you to your table in the beautiful grand dining room. Once seated, you should certainly have a glass of wine from the 8-time winner of the Wine Spectator’s Grand Award. Be sure to come hungry for you will want to enjoy all courses with appetizers like a “Trio of Blue Fin Tuna” or “Parmesan Gnocchi” and entrees like “Miso Glazed Nova Scotia Halibut” or “Citrus Roasted Free Range Organic Chicken.” If you like the house so much you do not want to leave it, you don’t have to! The restaurant doubles as an inn and has 12 rooms upstairs. Be sure not to miss this wonderful restaurant; reservations are suggested.
Location: 11 Kittle Road
Phone: (914) 666-8044
Hours: Lunch: Monday – Friday 12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Dinner: Monday – Thursday 5:30 p.m. -9:30 p.m. Friday – Saturday 5:30 p.m. –
10:30 p.m. Sunday 3:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sunday Brunch: 12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.Lange’s Little Store and Delicatessen- In an area famous for its delicatessens, Lange’s certainly does not disappoint. A local Chappaqua favorite, Lange’s is the perfect lunch or dinner spot for those working and living nearby. Enjoy a great turkey or roast beef sandwich, served with a smile. Whether you take it over to the dining area or take it home, you will undoubtedly enjoy the simple, but scrumptious food at Lange’s.
Catering available for parties of all sizes.
Of note: Hot food menu changes daily;eggs made to order;all salads made on premises; lowfat spa tuna available
Spoon Asian Fusion Restaurant
Don Emilio at Lobo’s Cafe(Opened 9/08) Don Emilio at Lobo’s Cafe — Fine Mexican Food
Lunch, Dinner, Weekend Brunch
Hours: Sunday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Friday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday Brunch 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location: 59 King Street
Phone : 238-2368
Gail Patrick’s Cafe
Restaurants of Millwood
Rocky’s Millwood Delicatessen- If you ask anyone from the area what the best Deli in Millwood is, they will without a doubt tell you Rocky’s. Located on Route 100, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, Rocky’s is a good bet no matter when or what kind of deli food you want. Try the chicken cutlet on a roll with honey mustard or the chicken fingers or the French fries and you’ll feel like you have entered heaven. People come from all over Westchester to have Rocky’s food, so don’t miss out on this great Westchester establishment. Location: 235 Saw Mill River Rd Phone: (914) 941-2165
Spaccarelli’s Restaurant- You will feel like you are eating on the streets of Italy in this lovely, authentic Italian Restaurant. The menu is filled with all kinds of delicious Italian specialties like “Pollo alla Capricciosa” (breast of chicken with peas, mushrooms and mozzarella cheese in a delicate wine sauce) and so many varieties of pasta like “Homemade Gnocchi” and “Penne Arrabiata” that your mouth won’t be able to help itself. On top of the wondrous menu, the waiters will present the many specials on a blackboard and explain each and every one. For a fine dining, Italian experience, Spaccarelli’s Restaurant will absolutely meet and exceed your expectations. Location: 238 Saw Mill River Road (Millwood Town Plaza) Phone: (914) 941-0105
Tonino Pizzeria e Contorni – New Castle’s newest restaurant features excellent pizza, entrees, and sides to eat at the restaurant, pick up, or have delivered right to your door. Tony and John bring years of experience from Spaccarelli’s to create one of the best dine in/dine out places around. Pizzas are cooked in beautiful brick ovens to bring out a wonderful flavor. Location: Millwood Town Plaza, 238 Saw Mill River Road. Phone: (914) 941-5300