Flying Pig to Close in Mount Kisco



The Flying Pig has a been a staple in Mount Kisco for 13 years. But it will close its doors on December 31. So if you’re interested in a farm-to-table meal—many of the meats and other ingredients are supplied by nearby Cabbage Hill Farm—at this Mount Kisco staple, you have til the end of the month.



The good news is that we hear that Leslie Sutter, The Flying Pig’s chef, will be running a new restaurant in the near future. And of course, we’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, treat yourself to a meal at The Flying Pig this month. We love the pizzas for lunch.

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  1. Oh, what a loss! I feel they were so ahead of the “farm to table” movement that is now so popular. Best of luck to Leslie.

  2. The food has always been so delicious at the Flying Pig! When in Mount Kisco, it’s been one of our favorite spots. It’s really unfortunate to lose this place, and we’ll be sad to see it go. We can’t wait to see what’s next from Leslie. We’re sure it will be delicious!

  3. They really never could get it together not much Imagination with the menu or service…. it was always boring. They seemed like they had a real shot at making it when there Manager Michael was around but once he left things never really were the same.
    I still showed up weekly and enjoyed myself i will miss it best of luck to all!

  4. I Am going to have to Agree with Alfons in that there was not much Imagination as far as the culinary part is concerned when Debra was there it was on target but the service and professionalism was not. I also remember Michael and when he was there everything seemed to be spot on especially service. There was just a revolving door of staff and I always wondered why, could that have been 1 of the reasons it failed especially with a very wealthy family backing it?

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