Pubs in Mount Kisco


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  • Cafe of Love
    Groupon is a combination of the words group and coupon. Each day, we offer an unbeatable deal on the best of Westchester: restaurants, spas, sporting events, theater, and more. By promising businesses a minimum number of customers, we get discounts you won't find anywhere else. We call it "collective buying power." If you want to get the deal, just click BUY before the offer ends at midnight. If the minimum number of people (15 for today's deal) signs up by the end of the day, you'll be emailed a gift certificate the next morning. You can print your Groupons, or redeem them with our mobile app. Use them whenever you want until the deal expires—today's expires in one year. If not enough people join, no one gets the deal (and you won't be charged), so invite your friends to make sure you get the discount!
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    38 E Main St
    Mount Kisco, NY US
  • Growlers Beer Bistro
    In a converted brick electrical plant where machines once hummed and pumped power to the railroad, streams of craft brews flow into glass jugs branded with the Growlers Beer Bistro logo. The New York Times-praised gastropub has earned a spot among the 31 best bars in the county, according to Westchester Magazine, and boasts an ever-changing draft list that has featured Brooklyn Brewery reserves, Two Brothers? Midwestern suds, and Smuttynose ales. Bartenders funnel the liquid gold into pints as well as half-gallon growlers for at-home enjoyment. Growlers? seasonal cuisine menu is designed to harmonize with the current selection of brews and features upscale pub fare, such as the Devils on Horseback?bacon-wrapped prunes stuffed with blue cheese and featured as Westchester Magazine's Dish of the Week. The hearty fare also includes a burger of beef, pork, and veal topped with a relish of bacon, onions, and pickles. The building's industrial past shines through with accents of exposed brick and ceiling beams, complemented by decorative additions that include a polished concrete floor, a long communal table, and reclaimed barn wood that frame an illuminated wall. Along with their Tuesday?Friday "Hoppy Hour", the pub hosts regular events throughout the week, from Tuesday trivia nights to Friday ladies nights. Saturdays feature live music, while the kitchen cranks out its signature brunch dishes on Sundays. Brewery events are held every Thursday of every month while a Wednesday open-mic night rouses laughter-friendly crowds.
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    25 Main Street
    Tuckahoe, NY US
  • The Three Monkeys
    Crowds clink craft beers, nibble on upscale pub fare, and bustle around with plenty of elbowroom in The Three Monkeys’ two-level venue, complete with a heated second-floor outside deck and a rooftop lounge. The executive chef crafts food menus of satisfying and inventive meals from locally sourced and humanely raised ingredients for brunch, dinner, and late-night rendezvous. With plenty of plates meant for sharing, chicken wings and balsamic calamari set the stage before taste buds crowd up to artisan cheese and charcuterie plates. Heartier fare includes the Three Monkeys burger, boasting a mixture of chuck and brisket ground in-house and served on a brioche bun. Customers who didn’t get enough in the evening can return for brunch, healing bodies with rich dishes of poutine or almond french toast. When sipping between bites during any time of day, the eatery’s draft list hosts dozens of choices and rotates more often than an insubordinate carousel. Among the choices, craft beers take center stage, from breweries all around the country such as Blue Point, Lagunitas, and Allagash. Depending on the available drafts, bartenders craft themed beer flights that pair groups of hoppy beers, New York beers, or Midwestern beers as well as other selections.
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    236 W 54th St
    New York, NY US
  • Slightly Oliver
    Consulting Chef Jason Hicks and Consulting Mixologist Orson Salicetti prepare gourmet comfort cuisine and Prohibition-era cocktails inside their brick-walled gastropub. Freshness is the top priority in the kitchen when sourcing ingredients for dishes such as truffled steak tartare, mussels, and the melty Oliver's mac 'n' cheese. Cocktails, however, are the focus at Slightly Oliver: the self-described "apothecary-style bar" displays libations running through glass tubes and beakers. Nearby, expert mixologists alchemize hibiscus- and lavender-laced Flores dacquiris and goose the Sauzerac of the West with absinthe and brown sugar.
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    511 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY US
  • The Long Room
    With a name that aptly describes its layout, The Long Room hosts scores of dining denizens intent on tucking into Irish-infused pub fare. The menu spans multiple genres, from burgers and sandwiches to flatbread pizza whose square shape stops it from rolling off the table. Stews, shepherd pies, and fried cod round out the menu with a Celtic lilt. Diners disperse themselves amid plush booths, high tables, and couches by a fireplace that complements a décor reminiscent of old libraries.
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    120 West 44th Street
    New York, NY US
  • CANZaciti Roadhouse
    Maybe it's the food—classic burgers and fries with rugged upgrades such as Jameson whiskey sauces, jalapeño and chipotle mayo, or crispy onions and pepper jack cheese. Maybe it's the drink menu, which ranges from craft brews on tap to flashy cocktails served in fishbowls. Maybe it's the decor, which features tin ceilings, unfinished wood walls, an array of hubcaps, and furnishings made from vanquished beer cans. Or maybe it's just the restaurant's habit of spelling everything with a Z. Now under new management, there's something about CANZ that makes an old-fashioned road warrior feel right at home.
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    1610 Old Country Rd
    Westbury, NY US
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