CROTON, N.Y. - Two Croton eateries have been honored with the "Best of Westchester" tag in Westchester Magazine's annual compilation.
Each year, the magazine's readers and editors select the best restaurants, shopping, spas and more.
Baked by Susan, 163 Grand St, Croton-on-Hudson, was selected by editors for having the best cinnamon buns.
"These hand-made, hand-rolled cinnamon rolls are not for lightweights. They are dense, rich, made with “lot and lots of butter, and topped with a cream-cheese icing," the magazine wrote. "If you are shopping around for cinnamon rolls, we really doubt you are counting calories."
Sala on Hudson, 44 Maple St., Croton-on-Hudson, has the best paella, according to the magazine's editors.
"The essentials that go into making a good paella (medium-grain rice that absorbs liquid well; a wide, shallow skillet ensuring rice that cooks in a thin layer; a proper sofrito or sauté of aromatics) are met expertly by Chef Greg Johnson at this newish Spanish tapas restaurant," the magazine says. "The $19-per-person (a minimum of two people per order) dish comes either with seafood or chicken; we suggest the former—rice in a blazing skillet with onion, olives, and teaming with cockles, calamari, shrimp, and mussels. The best part is scraping up the socarrat (the delicious caramelized layer of rice on pan’s bottom)."
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