Restaurant Week In Westchester New York

Dated: 02/11/2014

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Tired of trying the same place's when you eat out. Well here is your chance to try a new place. Restaurant week is coming to  Westchester. It  is a wonderful way to not spend a ton of money and still get a chance to try a new dinning experience . Every year I try at least two new places and if I love them we go back, so keep it in mind. You can meet friends, take someone out for their birthday or just go and enjoy a good meal by yourself. There is a wide verity of restaurants on the list. So go out and try to shake off the winter blues and enjoy a new place. 
 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week returns March 10-23, 2014. Enjoy great dining and great deals at more than 160 restaurants throughout the Hudson Valley. No tickets or passes are required, although reservations are strongly encouraged.
HVRW features prix fixe, three-course dinners for $29.95 and lunches for $20.95 (plus drinks, tax and tip). Go to Hudson Valley Restaurant week and take a look.
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LuAnn Grieco

LuAnn has worked in Real Estate for over 18 years as both a Sales Agent and an Associate Broker. She has been with Mancini Realty for 12 years. She resides in Somers with her husband and two childre....

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