New Jersey residents crossed the George Washington Bridge. Staten Island foodies— their trek spanned three hours and four bridges. The attraction: the Hudson Valley Foie Gras, the veal medallions with crispy sweetbread, and the juniper berry sauce at La Panetiere. Opened in 1985, Rye residents could now experience the culinary delights of the Provençal without, well, crossing a bridge. Or four.
No other restaurant in Westchester County carried a reserve stock of the Chateau Latour. 1914, what a year! Times have changed, and with more kids’ activities than days of the week, the Rye family has little time for a two-hour delectable meal. Consequently, a restaurant fitting the demands of today’s bustling families will be opening across the street from the famed French eatery. It’s Competition: The Olive Garden, the national chain made famous for their ample portions, and free unlimited soup, salad and breadsticks (with any entree).
Join us this Columbus Day, October 14th, to usher in a new standard of quick and filling comestibles.
Have your kids just finished a three-hour sporting event? How about 14 types of Fettuccine Alfredo from which to choose? I like your chances. Hey Rye Garnets, looking to replace those calories lost on the football field? Search no more—dive into the Lasagna Dip! Only Outback Steakhouse’s Bloomin’ Onion contains more carbs.
Professionals looking for a quick and healthy lunch with plenty of available seating on Purchase St? How about the Olive Garden’s lunchtime special, Tastes of the Mediterranean where all meals are under 600 calories. The Zoodles Primavera, zucchini noodles in a light cream sauce tossed with a medley of vegetables will have people talking. Soup, Salad and Breadsticks, they are on the house.
Osborne residents have been shut out of Rye’s dining culture for years. They will now have their very own time slot. From the people who brought you free soup, salad and breadsticks, comes the early bird special (Monday-Thursday from 3-5 pm). Nothing displays your undying love for your parents more than taking them to Olive Garden and allowing them to choose from over 50 combinations of pasta for $ 8.99.
This just in: Tony Roma’s, commonly known as the place for ribs, will be taking over the space left by Morgan’s Fish House this holiday season. Bon Appetite!