The brewers at SingleCut BeerSmiths are humble enough to recognize one important truth: they're slaves to yeast. And that's a lucky break for their customers, because only brewers who are willing to wait on perfect fermentation create perfect brews. Which is precisely what these beersmiths do: make perfect brews with the best ingredients available, just like witches who grow their own eye of newt.
Six beers are on tap year round, not only at the brewery's tap room, but also at handpicked pubs in the area. These include a white lager, citrusy IPA, and a mahogany ale. The tap room also keeps a few seasonal brews behind the bar, from a honey-sweetened kolsch named Derek to a rum-barrel-aged dark lager called John Michael. Set up shop in the tap room with a round and some plates of pub food to sample a few.
The brewheads at The Craftsman Ale House serve up tasty fare alongside specialty microbrews, keeping with their philosophy to "drink local, drink craft." Open for lunch, dinner, and private parties, Craftsmen Ale House also treats eaters to happy hour specials, brewery events, tastings, and Beer 101 classes. Taps flow with eight rotating craft brews, and the beer list comes replete with more than 50 bottles and cans of specialty imports and domestic beers.
La Panetière's elegant cuisine works its way into not only the stomachs but the hearts of those who dine within the restaurant's cozy French-countryside embrace. Tucked inside a 200-year-old building, the "hushed dining room," as it was described by the New York Times, is home to "artistically arranged dishes" straight from the brain of owner Jacques Loupiac. The AAA Four Diamond Award–winning restaurant changes its menus frequently, but consistently remixes French culinary staples with seafood, beef, and vegetables grown in the United States.
Complemented by pours from vintages drawn out of its historic cellar, seasonal dishes may highlight sautéed Maine lobster with minty zucchini and white gazpacho or sophisticated accents of foie gras and escargots. It's La Panetière's unwavering devotion to refinement that makes it a destination for romance and celebration, as well as a proud recipient of the Best French Restaurant award, as voted by the people who read and make origami dragons out of Westchester Magazine. The eatery also boasts high Zagat ratings—food, decor, and service are all in the “extraordinary to perfection" category.
A staple lunchtime favorite, Maselli's Delicatessen and Catering serves delicious deli fare.
Maselli's Delicatessen and Catering will keep those with dietary needs happy with a menu filled with gluten-free and low-fat items.
Maselli's Delicatessen and Catering will be able to accommodate your large party.
No need to be formal, business casual will pass.
Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Maselli's Delicatessen and Catering as well.
Diners at Maselli's Delicatessen and Catering will be happy to know that free parking is always available.
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Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Maselli's Delicatessen and Catering — swing by for your favorite meal.
Spice up your sandwich at Garden Catering — this tasty staple will not disappoint.
Diet schmiet! Catch a break from low-fat fare at Garden Catering, where low-fat options aren t an option.
Come order a flavorful feast at Garden Catering, and sit outside if it's nice!
Catering makes it easier to organize any event, and Garden Catering will ensure that it is delicious.
Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Garden Catering's cooking from the comfort of their own home.
Parking is made simple at Garden Catering, a local restaurant with nearby street and lot parking options.
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Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Garden Catering serves up all three meals.
Father-son restaurateurs Pasquale and Francesco Coli chose the name Massa' Italian Kitchen & Bar as a tribute to the southern Italian farmhouses, known as “masserias,” that line the countryside of their native Puglia, located on the heel of Italy. Their passion for the rustic, Old-World charm of Puglia permeates the kitchen, where chefs hand form pastas, chop local farm vegetables, and assemble housemade sausages. As a nod to Puglia's centuries-old maritime traditions, they also seek out fresh shipments of fish and seafood every day. Before diners embark on a gustatory expedition to Italy, servers suggest wine pairings from a list of more than 100 bottles, and bartenders mix signature cocktails with vodkas they infuse with vibrant fruits.
Today the restaurant continues to embrace its rustic roots, catering to diners and families who appreciate classic Italian cuisine and healthy portion sizes. The easy, dining-room evokes the feel of a rural cottage with its exposed-stone walls, floor-to-ceiling fireplace, and woodwork, which was constructed out of materials salvaged from century-old New England barns to created a relaxed dining experience. At each table, Old-World crafted entrees steam atop white plates, while families and friends breezily chatter amid the homey ambiance to the split-level dining room and wine bar.