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Discover our many flavors with a visit to the restaurants, farms and breweries that make us a top destination for great food and drink. This delectable itinerary was created just for you in partnership with the culinary curators of The Valley Table Magazine. Click here for The Valley Table’s full listing of Westchester destinations.

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Birdsall House
Birdsall House
Opened in 2010 as a trendy craft-beer gastropub, the long list of craft beers and 20 taps of (mostly) locally brewed beer offered here are complemented by its list of locally sourced ingredients in the kitchen. Menu favorites include dry rubbed St. Louis ribs with ale and honey glaze and grandma’s potato salad; smoked brisket chili; a cheese plate served with seasonal fruit, fig and apple jam, fruit chutney and smoky almonds.

970 Main Street | Peekskill, NY | T: (914) 930-1880
www.birdsallhouse.net
Crabtree’s Kittle House Inn
Crabtree’s Kittle House Inn
Nestled at the end of a wooded lane, this 18th century house strikingly restored exudes quiet elegance. With a storied history, it has played host to the famous and soon-to-be famous. Today, it is first and foremost an acclaimed restaurant with an award-winning wine cellar, convivial tavern and beautiful gardens. Its modern American cuisine features the farms of the Hudson Valley prominently. Upstairs, 12 guestrooms, all en suite, blend old-world charm with modern amenities. Complimentary continental breakfast served.

11 Kittle Road | Chappaqua, NY | T: (914) 666-8044
www.kittlehouse.com
Purdy’s Farmer & the Fish
Purdy’s Farmer & the Fish
Co-owners Ed Taylor and Chef Michael Kaphan took over this 200-year-old farmhouse in 2012 to create a community-oriented restaurant using food that they grow in the on-site terraced garden along with high-quality seafood from Taylor’s wholesale fish company. The raw fish bar features over 16 varieties of oysters and clams for starters. Try Purdy’s clam chowder, Gulf big eye tuna with spicy shrimp and garden vegetable fried rice and Thai coconut sauce, or wild striped bass with sunchokes, asparagus and bluefoot mushrooms.

100 Titicus Road | North Salem, NY | T: (914) 617-8380
www.farmerandthefish.com
Stuart’s Farm
Stuart’s Farm
Start your day at this distinguished New York State Century Farm and the oldest apple orchard in Westchester County. The original farmhouse was built around 1760. An apple-picking haven. Pick over 30 varieties of apples starting Labor Day, pumpkins in the fall and Christmas trees in the winter. Hayrides on weekends, mid-September to Halloween. Open daily 9:00 am–5:00 pm

62 Granite Springs Road | Granite Springs, NY | T: (914) 245-2784
www.stuartsfarm.com
The Cookery
The Cookery
Nestled at the end of a wooded lane, this 18th century house strikingly restored exudes quiet elegance. With a storied history, it has played host to the famous and soon-to-be famous. Today, it is first and foremost an acclaimed restaurant with an award-winning wine cellar, convivial tavern and beautiful gardens. Its modern American cuisine features the farms of the Hudson Valley prominently. Upstairs, 12 guestrooms, all en suite, blend old-world charm with modern amenities. Complimentary continental breakfast served.

39 Chestnut Street | Dobbs Ferry, NY | T: (914) 305-2336
www.thecookeryrestaurant.com
Wilkens Fruit and Fir Farm
Wilkens Fruit and Fir Farm
One of the area’s oldest U-Pick farms offers a wide variety of apples beginning September, pumpkins beginning October and Christmas trees November-December. Three farm markets on site sell farmhouse cider, freshly baked pies and cider doughnuts and apple-themed gifts. Open daily, mid-August–mid- December, 10:00 am–5:00 pm

1313 White Hill Road | Yorktown Heights, NY | T: (914) 245-5111
www.wilkensfarm.com
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