• Fresh-Hued Cuisine in a Rustic Home
    One Twenty One, in North Salem, has a great-looking redesign and a new farm-to-fork menu, both all the more appealing for their lack of pretense.
  • Homage to the Flavors of Far Southern Italy
    The menu at Massa’ Coastal Italian Cuisine in Mamaroneck is organized in a way that pays homage to the Italian homeland of the co-owners and co-executive chefs, Pasquale Coli and his son Francesco Coli.
  • Turning Bounty Into a Bespoke Meal
    A meal at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, in Pocantico Hills, with fresh, unexpected ingredients presented in novel ways, is intended to change the way you think about food.
  • Dashing Good Looks With a Menu to Match
    The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges, with its keen attention to detail and its bountiful expenditure of resources to get things right, should quell critics who deride the trend in name-chef empire building.
  • A Recipe, and Hometown Pride
    Ruben Barajas began the Teca’s enterprise with a truck 18 years ago; the restaurant, named for a smaller city in the Mexican state of Jalisco, came nine years later. Both operate in New Rochelle.
  • Watching the River Flow
    Aside from waterfront views, Harvest on Hudson, in Hastings-on-Hudson, offers diners an opportunity to build up their appetites with a pre-dinner stroll through the restaurant’s vegetable and herb gardens.
  • A Neighborhood Place in the Right Spot
    The chef Paul Vuli returns to a familiar spot, which he ran as Fortuna a decade ago, offering fresh takes on classic Italian dishes.
  • A Jackpot of Kitsch, Burgers and Beers
    At Pinch at the Empire City Casino in Yonkers, the chef, Fabienne Eymard, is presenting “updated American classics” — tacos, macaroni and cheese, burgers and s’mores among them.
  • Two Kinds of Refreshment Near the Water
    In Irvington, Red Hat on the River’s patio and rooftop bar help maximize views of the Hudson at a restaurant with the energy of a big-city brasserie.
  • Something for Tout le Monde
    The menu at Vox in North Salem has changed little over the years, retaining much of its French flavor. Nonetheless, the listing has something for every appetite.

An oasis for the food lover in you

Tarry Market – Located right next door to the Tarry Lodge, provides unique shopping experiences and attracts discerning food shoppers.

Batali-and-Bastianich at the corner of North Main Street and Mill Street in Port Chester

As you enter you are welcome by a fully equipped espresso bar: The “Tarry Café”, a mini bistro where besides coffee or cappuccino, you may enjoy a gelato, pastry or choose from a selection of ready to eat panini sandwiches.

If you’re here to shop instead, the personalized service and human interaction make shopping Tarry Market a pleasant activity rather than just another chore. Go when you have enough time available to enjoy the experience because here the shopkeepers are always ready to pamper you.

Joe Bastianich and the Fresh Pasta Counter, in the foreground Mario Batali’s books.

Stocked with gourmet creations one’s accustomed to expect in a specialty foods Market, Tarry Market goes a step beyond hand-crafted and artisan foods. There’s gluten free artisan pasta, Probiotic Greek style Yogurt and Vegan Chocolate.

At the pasta counter, bronze-drawn “bigoli” from Veneto, produced since the mid 1400’s and granted a patent for its production 1n 1603 by the “Consiglio Comunale di Padova“. Le Veneziane Italian Gluten Free Corn Pasta, and home made pasta specialties like fettuccine, tagliatelle and black taglierini.
The bronze-drawn “Maccheroni Ruvidi” from Abruzzi, resembles the “calamarata” pasta, although the “Maccheroni Ruvidi” have ridges on the inside for a better hold of the sauce and enhanced texture.

In the charcuterie section wild boar cacciatorini and an exquisite Lomo Iberico De Bellota, Loin from extra Iberian pigs meat nourished with acorns in wild-controlled forest regime.

The Tarry Market’s bakery is the baking headquarters for all of the bastianich-bataly stores, it offers an impressive selection of fresh baked artisan breads and focaccia the flat oven-baked Italian bread topped with herbs and seasoned with olive oil – you can select from Prosciutto & Tomato, Olive, Potato and plain Herb focaccia, an alternate choice to the Paninis offered at the “Tarry Café”, and you may compliment the focaccia with a Morellino di Scansano or a Bastianich Sauvignon Blanc from the temperature controlled automated wine serving system.

TARRY MARKET – 179 N Main St, Port Chester, NY 10573 – 914-253-5680

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