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Mark Morganelli shares some of his favorite spots around Westchester, with a focus on his specialty, music. Enjoy a variety of performances at a theater that played host to such famous families as the Goulds, Rockefellers and Vanderbilts. Afterwards, check out a schedule of free and paid musical events around the region. Spring in Westchester – that’s music to my ears.

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City Limits Diner
City Limits Diner
Mark’s favorite spot for breakfast is this newly renovated diner in White Plains, which features a wide variety of delicious dishes. Their menu has everything from house-smoked meats to gourmet pastries.

  200 Central Avenue| White Plains, NY 10606 | T: (914) 686-9000
www.citylimitsdiner.com
Jazz Forum Arts
Jazz Forum Arts
“Check out Jazz Forum Arts events for great entertainment options.” A musical resource for Jazz and other musical styles, they have offered over two dozen free concerts each summer for the past eleven years. Be sure to look over their calendar for the days you’ll be visiting.

  13 North Main Street | Tarrytown, NY 10591 | T: (914) 631-1000
www.jazzforumarts.org
Muscoot Farm
Muscoot Farm
Originally a dairy farm founded in 1880, this peaceful spot is now a Westchester County Park, dedicated to preserving the region’s agrarian past and traditions. Historic buildings, adorable farm animals and miles of hiking trails await you there. Mark tells us, it’s “one of the best spots to visit.”

  51 New York 100 | Katonah, NY 10536 | T: (914) 864-7282
www.muscootfarm.org
Rockefeller State Park
Rockefeller State Park
“My recommendation for a drive” says Mark. And it’s no surprise why. Covering 1600 acres of woodlands, the Preserve is a showstopper display with its beautiful summer foliage.

  125 Phelps Way | Pleasantville, NY 10570 | T: (914) 762-0209
www.friendsrock.org
Rue de Crepes
Rue de Crepes
A Parisian styled café in the middle of Harrison, NY. Try their weekend brunch menu that comes with a complimentary mimosa or champagne. Watch the chef make the crepes right in the window to work up your hunger for the sweet and savory treats they ultimately become.

261 Halstead Avenue | Harrison, NY 10528 | T: (914) 315-1635
www.ruedescrepes.com
Tarrytown Music Hall
Tarrytown Music Hall
The historic 843-seat Music Hall was originally built in 1885. Through its 127 years of existence, it has hosted famous performers and speakers such as Mae West, Antonin Dvorak and Woodrow Wilson. Saved from the wrecking ball in 1980, the Music Hall was renovated and is once again a fully operating theater, offering the best in music, dance, theater and film. According to Mark, “It’s a must-see for any music enthusiast.”

  13 Main Street | Tarrytown, NY 10591 | T: (914) 631-3390x100
www.tarrytownmusichall.org
Where to Stay
Westchester County offers a wide variety of hotels. Whether you are newlyweds looking for a bit of romance, a family of four watching your budget, or a business traveller requiring a business center, we're sure one of our hotels will accommodate your needs.
Westchester Hotel List
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