Monday through Thursday, March 12-15 and March 19-22
$29.00 for a 3 course meal - at participating restaurants not including beverage, tax and gratuity. Dinner only. Reservations recommended.
Alvin and Friends: An only-in-New-Rochelle favorite with its contemporary marriage of Caribbean and Southern cooking. Specialties include slow-simmered oxtail and jerk-rubbed duck breast. Live jazz and trivia nights keep things entertaining in a setting that is both elegant and comfortable, with plenty of room to breathe. The décor comes to life with colorful paintings by owner Alvin Clayton, an artist as well as a restaurateur, who can often be found greeting diners with his broad smile.
Coromandel: The wonderfully distinctive spice blends of Indian cooking infuse the dishes at Coromandel, a popular mainstay for its saags, vindaloos and tandoori chicken. The restaurant has long been well-known for its reasonably-priced buffet, where you can enjoy as much as you want of an array of specialties – always including the tandoori chicken – some of them vegetarian. The chicken tikka masala is a favorite. Start with one of the signature breads, like a naan – plain or with a stuffing such as nuts, raisins and paneer. Enjoy the meal among walls of royal blue and distressed gold, at white-napkin tables under suspended lamps blue as lapis lazuli.
Hurley's Steakhouse: The American steakhouse grew out of bar culture, so Hurley’s Steakhouse & Pub seems like a logical next step for Dublin-born bar owner Paul Hurley. Hurley wanted to refine the quintessential steakhouse experience, so the former rug store in Division Street, New Rochelle has been transformed with some classic markings: tufted banquettes, marble bar, Prime Steaks, Seafood and a selection of pub and traditional dishes, all with an extra-jazzy soundtrack. The signature dish the Racquet Ball Ribeye — seasoned, seared, then thrown into an 1,800-degree broiler — comes out with a crust that resembles chicharrónes, and the generously portioned wedge salad is adorned with hunky pieces of smoked bacon.
Modern Restaurant: Starting out as Modern Restaurant & Pizzeria in 1987 off of Russell Avenue in New Rochelle, Modern became famous for its homemade Italian dinners and pasta dishes, as well as old fashioned brick oven pizza. Even before that, the Modern name originally came from a bread company established in 1920. Modern evolved into one of Westchester County’s first pizzerias, and became a favorite spot for many Westchester residents to enjoy home-made food and great pizza in a casual, friendly environment. The tradition of the good, old fashioned taste of authentic Italian food and friendly service is what Modern has become known for.
Olibar Peruvian Cuisine: At Olibar we do not take this for granted. Our dishes are unique, authentic and fusion based. We believe a friendly and experienced staff; set together with a great ambiance will guarantee a joyful and unforgettable experience. Owned by a Peruvian family with over 20 years of experience in the restaurant business, former owners of restaurants and other businesses in Lima, Peru. We are certain that we will not only meet the expectations but also surpass them.
Post22: Since opening in late September 2008, Posto 22 has grown to become a staple in the New Rochelle restaurant scene. The restaurant offers classic and delicious Italian cuisine, as well as, gourmet, chef-prepared, daily specials. The food is complemented by the extensive wine collection and the signature cocktails.