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Kisco River Eatery Opens in Mt. Kisco

January 11, 2017

kre-signLocated in the spot where the Rose Room used to reside is a new venture from Bobby Epstein (proprietor of the new ‘Muscoot Tavern) called Kisco River Eatery. I had the pleasure of dining there with friends over the Holidays and quite honestly, I can’t stop talking about this place. Kisco River Eatery has it all. kre-insideThe Bar was hopping with the Happy Hour Little Bites menu ($5 bucks). The Décor combines classic features like Tin ceiling panels, reclaimed Barn Board and sleek modern gas fireplaces; which add to the overall ambiance.kre-fireplace

The diner menu has something for everyone (salads, soups Fish, Hamburgers, BBQ Italian) they describe it as ‘Savory American fare with an Italian Twist’ and I would have to agree. The Desert menu (all homemade) will not disappoint and all selections are only $7.

I ordered the Short Rib Ravioli. This dish satisfied a craving that I didn’t even know I had! The tender braised beef melted in my mouth. The Marsala sauce had a rich buttery flavor that was slightly sweet with a creamy texture (In one word it was decadent).ravioli

The table shared the Chopped American Salad (because the portion was so large) with an Avocado dressing. Not only was it delicious but the price of $9 makes it a viable option to Chopt. The Crab Cakes were fabulous – they were made with lump crab meat and very little bread crumbs.salad

My companions both chose Seafood for their entries. First up was the Sea Scallops w/sautéed baby spinach over mashed potatoes. The Scallops were done to perfection (not over cooked) and the white wine butter sauce complimented the dish – overall just a wonderful blend of tastes.scallops

Next up was the Seafood Risotto, which our server said was very popular and we could see why. The portion was large and all the fish was done to perfection (not rubbery). The broth added just the right amount of flavor without overpowering the dish.risotto

I give Kisco River Eatery my highest recommendation and would urge you to try it yourself if you haven’t already. I understand that they have just started to offer Brunch on Sundays from 11:00 to 3:00 – I will definitely have to try this.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. January 11, 2017 1:14 pm

    Great review and pic! Need to go there soon!

  2. Jenna Amundsen permalink
    January 11, 2017 7:42 pm

    Thanks so much! Based on your review, we’ll give it a try.

    Best regards, Jenna

    Jenna Amundsen Westchester Power a Program of Sustainable Westchester 55 Maple Avenue Mount Kisco, NY 10549 914-242-4725

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