Support These Restaurants That Have Supported the Arts



Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza –

Blaze Pizza –

Blockheads –

Boro6 Wine Bar –

Cambria Hotels & Suites –

Coopers Mill @ Westchester Marriott –

Coriander Modern Indian –

Crabtree’s Kittle House –

Crowne Plaza White Plains-Downtown –

DoubleTree by Hilton Tarrytown –

Exit 4 Food Hall –

Falafel-Taco –

Graziella’s –

Karenderya –

La Bocca –

Le Moulin Eatery Wine Bar –

Little Beet –

Maura’s Kitchen –

Mediterraneo –

Meritage/Saint George/Harper’s –

Morton’s The Steakhouse –

Nonno’s Trattoria at Empire City Casino –

O Mandarin –

Texas de Brazil –

The Briarcliff Manor –

The Horse and Hound Inn –

The Pub at Empire City Casino –

The Rare Bit –

The Twisted Oak –

The Whitlock –

Tre Angelina –



Baked by Susan –

Captain Lawrence Brewery –

Cathy’s Biscotti –

Chocolations –

Coffee Labs Roasters –

Decadent Ales –

G&K Sweet Foods –

Gristmill Distillers –

Joseph Richard Florals –

KAS Spirits –

Lulu Cake Boutique –

Nahmias et Fils –

Oasis Day Spa –

Penny Lick Ice Cream Company –

StilltheOne Distillery Two, LLC –

Theo Philip Entertainment –

Toma Artisanal Bloody Mary Mix –

Tower Isles Jamaican Patties –

Tru Juice –

A version of this article first appeared in the April issue of ArtsNews, ArtsWestchester’s monthly publication. ArtsNews is distributed throughout Westchester County. A digital copy is also available at


About ArtsWestchester

For more than 50 years, ArtsWestchester has been the community’s connection to the arts. Founded in 1965, it is the largest private not-for-profit arts council in New York State. Its mission is to create an equitable, inclusive, vibrant and sustainable Westchester County in which the arts are integral to and integrated into every facet of life. ArtsWestchester provides programs and services that enrich the lives of everyone in Westchester County. ArtsWestchester helps fund concerts, exhibitions and plays through grants; brings artists into schools and community centers; advocates for the arts; and builds audiences through diverse marketing initiatives. In 1998, ArtsWestchester purchased the nine-story neo-classical bank building at 31 Mamaroneck Avenue which has since been transformed into a multi-use resource for artists, cultural organizations and the community. A two-story gallery is located on the first floor of ArtsWestchester’s historic building on Mamaroneck Avenue.