Westchester County's most Beautiful Restaurants

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Located just north of New York City, Westchester is often overshadowed when it comes to dining. But make no mistake, Westchester's culinary scene is diverse and rich with options.

From scenic waterfront views to dining spaces set in restored historic castles, keep reading to find out more about these stunning restaurants and where you can find them.

Kanopi | White Plains

A private restaurant that sits atop an event and wedding venue, Kanopi is open to the public from Tuesdays through Saturdays, 5 pm to 10 pm. Chef Anthony Goncalves prepares an amazing Portuguese culinary experience. The chef's tasting menu is updated weekly and ranges from $125 to $195 a person.

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Gigante | Eastchester

A stylish and vibrant restaurant, Gigante transforms the boundaries of classic Italian eateries and offers guests an exciting lounge experience complete with a bar and outdoor dining patio. Dinner entrees range from American favorites like brisket and NY strip to Italian classics like pizza and pasta.

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X2O Xaviars on the Hudson | Yonkers

The ultimate in fine-dining experiences, Xaviars offers waterfront views, globally influenced fare, and a stunning light display inside their main dining room. Entree options range in price from $32 to $120 and include pan-seared cod, miso-glazed salmon, and cowboy ribeye.

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O Mandarin | Hartsdale

Set inside an unassuming shopping plaza, O Mandarin sweeps visitors away to an intriguing ancient Chinese-inspired space complete with intricately carved tables and chairs, semi-private booths, and dim lighting. Dinner menu offerings include Peking duck, Sichuan hot pot & steamed dumplings. Entrees range from $20 to $45 dollars.

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Harper's | Dobbs Ferry

Enjoy outdoor garden dining that looks as if it's set inside a fairytale, Harper's offers New American fare and innovative cocktails. Enjoy a wide selection of food offerings on their brunch and dinner menu and be sure to order a custom cocktail.

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The Gramercy | Yorktown Heights

Known for its iconic green leather chairs and booths, The Gramercy offers a smattering of dinner favorites and stylish cocktails. Choose between a wide selection of soups, salads, pasta, seafood, burgers, and plenty of sides.

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Underhills Crossing | Bronxville

One of the most stunning outdoor dining displays in the county, Underhills made sure to bring the ambiance of their indoor dining room to the sidewalk during the pandemic. Dine under white birch, draped greenery, fairy lights, and a canopy.

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Apropos Restuarant | Peekskill

Located inside the Abbey Inn and Spa, Apropos serves a farm-to-table dinner, lunch, and brunch menu complemented by an inventive cocktail list. This idyllic space offers cozy indoor and outdoor dining overlooking the beautiful waterfront.

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Equus Restaurant | Tarrytown

Set inside a luxury hotel, Equus embodies historic elegance. A fortress of a castle from the outside, the warm and inviting atmosphere inside features cushy velvet chairs and fireplaces.

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Harvest on Hudson | Hastings

Enjoy gorgeous riverfront views and outdoor dining at this Italian restaurant. Menu offerings include seafood salad, fig and prosciutto pizza, linguine, and chicken Milanese. The restaurant is open for dinner, lunch, and brunch.

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Goosefeather | Tarrytown

Set inside an 1840s mansion, Goosefeather offers an unbeatable ambiance and modern Chinese fare. Dining spaces feature mural painted ceilings, brightly patterned booths, chandeliers, a rustic-chic bar, and a portrait of the late Marilyn Monroe atop a fireplace.

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