Graziella's Italian Bistro is one place you will definitely enjoying going to. The traditional Italian cuisine here is authentic in taste with huge portions and affordable prices. You will be delighted to see the menu consisting of an array of pork, lamb, steaks, chicken veal, handmade pastas and a wide selection of sea food. The extensive wine list adds its charm to the sophisticated meal. The dim and relaxed setting makes it one of the most pleasant and memorable meals. The restaurant also offers a banquet hall that can accommodate up to 200 guests for private events, functions and celebrations. The service here is extremely professional and attentive and apt for families and couples. Call ahead for more information, or check out their website.
Created by Vittorio Assaf and Fabio Granato while out at sea, Serafina has stamped its presence across the globe. It promotes Northern Italian flavors with an array of brick-oven pizza and handmade pasta, as well as delicious meat and seafood dishes made from the choicest ingredients and traditional recipes. Dine out on the breezy patio or in the company of Michela Martello's inspiring paintings inside. End your meal with signature Italian dessert imports Tiramisu or Panna Cotta.
This elegant restaurant is an all rounder. The ambiance is soft and perfect for fine dining. Staff and service is very professional and attentive. While dining here, do not miss out on trying out from the wide selection of about 500 wines available from around the globe. Known for its Pastas, some of the other dishes worth trying are Burrata, Fiocchi con Formaggio with pear and the Pollo alla Martini. Also, host a private event or gathering here, the catering is great. Visit the website for more information.
For more than a 100 years, this huge cafeteria-style Jewish deli has been delighting New Yorkers with their pastrami and brisket sandwiches alongside their scrumptious "kosher-style" meals. The humble eatery, with Formica tables lined up in rows, may not be the ideal place to take a date (unless you want to remind him or her of eating in a school lunchroom), but if you are craving a giant sandwich served with perfect pickles or a couple of kosher hot dogs, there is perhaps no better place than Katz's in the city. There is table service, but most people take a ticket at the door and give it to the counterman when placing their order; they then pay on the way out.
Mamma Rosa's is your quintessential Italian deli. Open for business since 1989, this family-run establishment is still a White Plains’ favorite. In a home-style ambiance savor cuisine staples like paninis, sandwiches, pizzas and wraps in bologna, pastrami, corned beef and tuna renditions. Their signature dish is boar's head cold cuts, with 70 varieties on offer. If you enjoy their menu and service, have them cater your private party.
Momofuku Ko has been called one of the greatest restaurants in the world. It is for this reason, and the fact that the restaurant only has a capacity of 12 diners at a time, that securing a seat can be particularly challenging to reserve a seat here. If you are lucky enough to do so, you will be treated to a ten-course meal of Asian fusion dishes that you won't soon forget. Diners sit at the kitchen counter and are served directly by the chefs who whip up delicacies as they serve. Trendy, exclusive and worthy of the hype, Momofuku Ko is a true New York City treasure.
Out of the many Mediterranean restaurants in the state of New York, Mediterraneo White Plains stands out as one of the best due to its extensive food and drinks menu as well as the opulent ambiance. Try out some of their seafood varieties like Black Sea Bass, Jumbo Sea Scallops or Hidden Fjord Salmon. Wash down the delicious food with some special cocktails like Sangria de Madrid, Havana 1960 or Sunset Mediterraneo among others. The setting is plush and spacious, with a separate bar area, stocked with the best booze. The dining area is elegant with obsidian flooring and tables, which when combined with the wood paneled walls creates a visually stunning contrast of colors. Overall, it is a great place to enjoy a luxurious dining experience or host a special banquet.
Don Coqui is the perfect place to go if you're looking for a taste of Puerto Rico in White Plains. On top of being a family owned restaurant featuring classic, home style Puerto Rican cuisine, Don Coqui has a full bar and also turns into a nightclub in the evenings. Dancing, drinks, and delicious food are the staples of this late-night spot and all three are executed with professionalism and style.
Located in the middle of White Plains, Ichiro is where to go if you are craving some fantastic Japanese food. Although they are known as an Asian-fusion eatery, the menu is predominately Japanese and offers such favorites as sashimi, octopus, and a variety of rolls including spicy salmon and tellowtail jalapeno.