Downtown New Rochelle Restaurant Week, March 31 through April 3

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new rochelle restaurant week 2014

Downtown New Rochelle presents a fabulously diverse assortment of restaurants, and during the city’s own upcoming Restaurant Week diners can enjoy everything from catfish po’boys to an artisanal cheese plate.

New Rochelle Restaurant Week runs from March 31 through April 3. Enjoy special three-course dinners$26 per person at more than a dozen participating restaurants. For more information, visit www.newrochelledowntown.com.

New Rochelle Restaurant Week 2014: Participating Restaurants

A Place 2 Go, 273 North Avenue, 914-365-2525, aplace2gowestchester.com. 

Alvin & Friends, 14 Memorial Hwy., 914-654-6549, www.alvinandfriendsrestaurant.com.

Coromandel,30 Division St., 914-235-8390, www.coromandelcuisine.com.

Da Giovanni II, 108 Centre Ave., 914-235-3249, www.dagiovanni2nr.com.

Gnarly Vine, 501 Main St., 914-355-2541, www.thegnarlyvine.com.

La Herradura Mexican Pizza, 563 Main St., 914-235-2055.

Little Mexican Cafe,  581 Main St., 914-636-3926, www.littlemexicancafe.com.

Modern Restaurant, 310 Huguenot St., 914-633-9479, modernrestaurant.com.

NOMA Social, 1 Radisson Plaza, 914-576-4141, www.nomasocial.com.

Patrias, 4 Lawton St., 914-278-9811, Facebook: Patrias Restaurant.

Posto 22,  22 Division St., 914-235-2464, www.posto22.com.

Recologie – Vistro Cafe, 49 Lawton St., 914-278-9350, www.recologie.com.

Sorell Wine Bar & Bistro, 282 Huguenot St., 914-341-1579, Facebook: Sorell Wine Bar Bistro.

Zabidury, 8 South Division St., 914-278-9990, Facebook: Zadibury Freestyle Cuisine.

 

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Megan McCaffrey is a food writer for The Journal News and contributor to the Small Bites Blog. She has a degree in Digital Media from Fordham University and a fondness for good craft beer. She loves to bake, read cooking blogs and taste all the Lower Hudson Valley has to offer. Megan lives in Ridgefield, Connecticut with her husband and three kids.

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