BRONXVILLE, N.Y. It's Restaurant Week in Westchester County and you do not even have to leave the village of Bronxville to participate.
Bronxville has two participants in the program that will offer three-course prix-fixe dinners at $29.95, and three-course lunches at $20.95 during the event that ends Saturday, March 31.
Rosie's Bistro and Sammy's Downtown are participating in the event, which is in its sixth year.
"Hudson Valley Restaurant Week demonstrates why the Hudson Valley has become one of America's most talked about culinary destinations, said Janet Crawshaw, Hudson Valley Restaurant Week organizer and publisher of The Valley Table magazine. The Hudson Valley has long been a vibrant agricultural region.
At Rosies, owner Marco Lojano carefully selected some customer favorites from the regular menu for the special Restaurant Week menu.
"For the appetizers, we had to put in to the baked clams orgenata," Lojano said. "On the regular menu, we have some seafood and the Yankee Pot Roast, which is very popular
Lojano is also the proprietor of the Sammy's Downtown, also in Bronxville and participating in Restaurant Week.
At Sammy's, favorites like Salmon L'Orange and a grilled 14-ounce pork chop served with sweet cherry peppers and garlic in a white wine sauce are also popular with restaurant-goers.
"This is the first year we are participating," Lojano said. "And every day we have customers in both restaurants coming participating in Restaurant Week for lunch and dinner."
For more information, check out the Hudson Valley Restaurant Week website.
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