We recently were invited to preview the new Dig Inn that opened in the Rye Ridge Shopping Center where we had the opportunity to get an exclusive first look at their new space before it opened to the public and sampled some of their amazing
My husband is a very modern, forward-thinking guy. If I had to pick one way that he's traditional (or let's say old-school) it would be in his appetite. He likes a nice dinner when he comes home. Breakfast is usually on the go each morning
Explore (and taste!) traditional Southeast Asian street food. Join IntoxiKate Wednesday, January 25th at 7 p.m. at Sambal Thai & Malaysian in Irvington. The eatery, located in the old Chutney Masala location in Irvington, celebrates traditional Southeast Asian cuisine with bold flavors and an intense balance of
One of our main categories is called "eat." Shawna is the restaurant-goer out of the two of us as she has a far more sophisticated palate than I do. I have a total of about 25 food items that I eat in restaurants and
Craft Mixologist – Juan Meyer, was recently voted the #1 bartender at this year's 2016 Greenwich Food & Wine Festival and is a member of the Z Hospitality Group that recently opened Mediterraneo in White Plains and is sharing his special Christmas Cheer Cocktail with
Distinguished Chef, Albert DeAngelis and his Z Hospitality Team Bring their Renowned Mediterranean Cuisine to White Plains
Erin and I were invited to the ribbon cutting celebration opening of Mediterraneo in downtown White Plains last month. The 3-story building in the heart of downtown that had
Spent a wonderful morning at The Ritz-Calrton Westchester decorating gingerbread houses, a tradition that started a few years ago with just Ellie and Korben has expanded.
If you missed this fun event, you can still get into the holiday spirit and head over to the
Married to a German it’s all about “Kaffee und Kuchen” (KOO-khen); translated to “Coffee and Cake”, which is similar to British teatime. A cultural tradition celebrating that time between lunch and dinner having a piece of cake (or two) and a cup of coffee or
Mason Sandwich Co recently opened in Eastchester. I wasn’t expecting much when we stopped by one afternoon after Korben’s soccer practice but was pleasantly surprised.
On our first visit, we tried their Muffuletta and Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup – YUM! We enjoyed the sandwiches so
This is one of those posts that writes itself. The pictures will tell it, thankfully because there are no words to describe The Time Nyack Hotel, that opened up last week in Nyack. A historic brick building, that used to be a factory
On Monday night, my husband and I visited 808 Social for dinner. We’ve been watching them every step of the way and knowing 808 Bistro pretty well, we knew it would be anything other than a “typical pizza place” which some feared it would be.
I love a good brunch and I thought I would be introducing two friends to a hidden gem of a restaurant called On The Way Cafe in Rye last Saturday afternoon. Yet, when we arrived I had made reservations for the wrong day and to