The Gramercy, a self-described “American Brasserie,” is one of newest additions to the Yorktown Heights restaurant scene.
Specializing in upscale farm-to-table style cooking and fresh, American fare, The Gramercy is described as “a little bit of Manhattan in Northern Westchester.”
On The Gramercy’s menu, you’ll find a wide array of fresh, local and organic lunch and dinner options, each as appetizing as the next. From soups and salads to artisan pasta, hearty beef and chicken entrees, seafood and savory sides, you’ll likely have no problem finding a meal that’s more mouthwatering with every bite.
The Gramercy sources its pork from Hemlock Hill Farm in Cortlandt Manor. The striped bass, on the other hand, comes from Cabbage Hill Farm in Mount Kisco, and all of the produce comes from farms within a 100-mile radius. Needless to say, when you eat at The Gramercy, you’re eating a sustainably sourced meal.
The Gramercy also features a fully stocked bar with a wide variety of wine, beer and signature cocktails.
Though The Gramercy is a relatively new addition to Yorktown Heights’ dining scene, it’s managed to earn 4.5/5 stars on Yelp and a perfect 5/5 stars on Facebook. Guests seem to enjoy the modern ambiance, the food quality and everything in between.
“My husband and I dined here on a Saturday night, Mother's Day weekend. Very nice decor which made me feel like I was in NYC instead of 10 minutes away from home, in Westchester. The food was pretty tasty… The service was great and our server, Tony, was super attentive. We'll definitely be back!” wrote Kristal T. in a May 16 Yelp review.
The Gramercy, located at 345 Kear Street, is open Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Follow The Gramercy on Facebook for the latest updates.
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