Restaurants in Yonkers

Italian Meal for Two or Four with Prosecco at Tombolino (Up to 60% Off)

Tombolino

Southeast Yonkers

A Bon Appétit-recognized chef crafts housemade pasta dishes and italian delicacies such as veal milanese, paired with glasses of Prosecco

$86.90 $36

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Italian Cuisine for Two or Four at San Martino Ristorante (Up to 60% Off)

San Martino Ristorante

Northeast Yonkers

Homemade lasagna, chicken scarpariello, veal and shrimp francese, and penne alla vodka reflect dishes chefs grew up with in Italy

$40 $17

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Cuban Dinner Cuisine at La Bella Havana (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

La Bella Havana

Downtown Yonkers

New York Times–lauded paella, empanadas stuffed with shrimp, chicken marinated in garlicky Cuban sauce, and pork with rice and okra

$70 $40

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Pub Dinner with Beer for Two or Four at The Glenrowan Sportsbar & Grill (Up to 58% Off)

The Glenrowan Sportsbar & Grill

Dunwoodie

British, Irish, American, and Italian fare, such as beer-battered fish and chips, chicken marsala, and prime rib, makes up pub's menu

$70.85 $30

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Meals for Two or Four with Appetizer, Entrees, and Craft Beers at Bronkers Tap House (Up to 52% Off)

Bronkers Tap House

Southeast Yonkers

Enjoy hearty meals paired with an appetizers and a choice of 12 rotating craft beers

$51 $25

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Three-Course Dinner for Two or Four at X20 Xaviars on the Hudson (Up to 44% Off). Four Options Available.

X20 Xaviars on the Hudson

X2O Xaviar's on the Hudson

Long Island duck breast, grilled prime New York sirloin steak, veal sweetbreads with roasted figs, and grilled locally raised quail

$143 $85

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Rarely do two burgers at Burke's Restaurant and Bar ever look the same. Not only do diners get to choose from four buns?including pretzel buns and english muffins?but they can also crown their burgers with more than 16 toppings, such as chipotle mayo and Irish bacon. Burgers, however, are just one of many options available at Burke's, whose remaining menu sports everything from chicken parm sliders to Irish chicken curry. Bartenders complement hearty feasts with myriad libations, from 19 draft beers to liquor-spiked milk shakes, which visitors can sip while watching games on 14 flat-screen TVs and two widescreen projectors.

645 Bronx River Rd
Yonkers,
NY
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Route 100 Wine Bar & Grill’s high-quality ingredients and generous portions have earned the bistro accolades in the New York Times, which praises the eclectic cuisine as “creative" and "carefully presented.” Italian pasta dishes and sauces dominate the menu, but chefs sneak in Asian flourishes such as ponzu sauce and wasabi-mashed potatoes. Polished hardwood floors reflect wall-mounted wine racks loaded with hundreds of international vintages and the occasional neglected genie bottle.

2211 Central Park Ave
Yonkers,
NY
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A restaurant is only as good as its head chef. Luckily, Tombolino has Pietro Siciliano. Recognized in 2010 by Bon Appétit as top chef in Westchester, Siciliano prepares scratch-made pastas and other Italian-style delicacies daily using imported ingredients and kitchen mastery learned during his training at the Culinary Institute in Italy. A selection of more than 500 wines pair well with Siciliano’s creations, which include house specialties such as almond-crusted chilean sea bass and veal milanese.

356 Kimball Ave
Yonkers,
NY
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DeCosta's attentive owners, brothers Pedro and Nuno, trade off strolling through the dining room to connect with patrons dining on upscale Italian dishes. To craft an authentic menu of lunch and dinner selections, chefs whip up pastas from scratch and procure fresh fish via regular trips to the New Fulton Fish Market and a wholesale account with entrepreneurial merfolk. Thin angel-hair pasta forms a halo around forks as tines pierce aquatic bits in the capellini crabmeat and shrimp ($18 for lunch; $22 for dinner), and the chicken parmigiana's poultry cutlets sizzle in pans before slipping into a luxurious bath of mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce ($16 for dinner). A 16-ounce steak is doused in a port-wine reduction and mushrooms to form the rib eye portobello ($33 for dinner), and the salmon Capri introduces a grilled fillet of salmon to a salad trio of arugula, endive, and radicchio drizzled in a light vinaigrette ($19 for lunch; $24 for dinner).

400 Yonkers Ave
Yonkers,
NY
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Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway thrills patrons with casino games and live horse races, and keeps them filled with gourmet fare from Empire Terrace Restaurant's menu. Share a plate of Maryland crab cakes packed with lump crab meat or the beefsteak tomatoes and mozzarella, pillars of layered tomato and fresh cheese arranged to complement a balsamic-glaze pesto sauce and imitate Stonehenge's lunar chart. Chefs grill up 24-ounce prime porterhouse and 10-ounce filet mignon cuts from corn-fed beef naturally raised on Brant Farms. Filets of red snapper seal in their juices while sautéed in a mushroom, tomato, shallot, and garlic sauce before sidling onto plates alongside rice and the vegetable du jour. Diners unfold emerald napkins in the sweeping dining room bounded by a wall of windows that reveal an unblocked view of the raceway's half-mile dirt track, home to standardbred speed demons too hooved to get drivers' licenses.

810 Yonkers Ave
Yonkers,
NY
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Viru Restaurant demonstrates its authentic Peruvian roots with a wide variety of traditional dishes. Causa rellena de camarones satisfies bellies with shrimp, as long as those bellies like their shrimp hiding inside chilled mashed potatoes that are spiced up with lime and yellow chili ($12). The parihuela, a soupy sea of seafood cooked with white wine, spices, and panca chili, moisturizes parched stomachs with a torrential downpour of flavor ($24). Representing the eternal battle between land and sea, the bisteck a la chorrillana—a grilled New York steak with a sauce made of panca chili, onions, and tomatoes ($24)—wields haricots verts clubs against the pescado sudado, the fish of the day poached in seafood broth and herbs ($19). Placing a comforting cap on dinner, flan reminds diners of former days when sweet, creamy desserts grew everywhere all the time and only cost a nickel ($6). In addition to edibles, Viru Restaurant nourishes guests at the bar, which stocks its shelves with an impressive supply of domestic and imported beers, sangria, wines, and chicha, a drink made of fermented maize.

1727 Central Park Ave
Yonkers,
NY
US

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