Westchester Magazine picked from among the hundreds of historic restaurants in Westchester County, to be included on a list of places with "nostalgic ambience," in its May issue.
The restaurant was one of 12 restaurants chosen in the article; many of the others were in southern Westchester.
In this article, Jeanne Machnick says The Travelers' Rest, located on Route 100 on the border of Yorktown and Ossining, remains among Westchester's most classic restaurants. The restaurant's historic dining facility dates back to 1876 – once a coach stop for travelers – currently serves Hungarian and American creations.
"There, amidst heavy paneling and high, leather-like booths, you’ll find the same iconic fare of your youth," Machnick writes.
New on the menu, as she describes, is a "Restaurant Week" special that is running all year. It's a four-course dinner ($29.95 which is not offered on Saturday and holidays) comes with a choice of at least 12 different entrées, a salad, appetizer or soup, potato, vegetable, dessert and coffee.
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