Both New York’s Westchester and Rockland Counties had seen the permanent closure of numerous restaurants as a result of the lockdown during the pandemic. Yet the good news is that more than 37 new restaurants have opened for business shortly after the New York government lifted the lockdown.
While it’s unfortunate that almost 30 restaurants in both counties closed down for good after the mandated shutdown in March, more restaurants are expected to open in the coming months ahead. Below are some of the restaurants that recently opened:
Long Island Bagel Café
Located at 365 Central Park Avenue Scarsdale and opened since August 18, this bagel shop has been offering 30 variations of bagels, including low carb and gluten-free varieties. Long Island Bagel Café is the first LIBC franchise to open in Westchester, and offer the freshly-baked New York style bagels hand-rolled to perfection on a daily basis. .
Paul Sussmann’s Paulie is the grab-and-go-shop for people on the go and in a hurry. Paulie’s opened last August 27 as a shop that provides anything quick shoppers need; ranging from snacks, to groceries, newspapers, and a cool walk-in beer cooler called “the cave”.
Saw Mill Pizza
This classic pizzeria located at 20 Cedar St. in Dobbs Ferry has a lot to offer as a New-York pizza shop. Saw Mill Pizza started offering its special “crisp-no-flop crust” in different varieties, since September 3, 2020, While orders are only for takeouts, the shop offers few tables that allow customers to stay safely distanced when dining in, or while waiting for their order.
The King Crab
Since September 8, The King Crab has been offering the overall experience of partaking the Louisiana seafood boil with its specialty seasoning and sauces. It’s located at 250 Main St.,in White Plains.
Osteria Padre Pio
This Italian restaurant offers handmade pasta and various entrées to New York diners. It opened for business in September 20 at 501 Halstead Avenue in Mamaroneck. Seats are available for both indoor and outdoor dining.
A family-owned café located at 673 Main St. in New Rochelle. It offers an amazing array of popular Mexican authentic street food specialties of Puebla. The café though, which opened last September 27, serves only indoor dining.
Gustico Latin Kitchen
This restaurant is the latest to open in October 7th, serving Latin specialties from paellas, to soups, platters and more. It’s located at 2215 Central Park Ave, Yonkers serving mostly takeouts, but with some few indoor accommodations for dine ins.