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Chill, Relaxed Bar in Lower Westchester

I love getting completely bombed with my friends and falling down once I get outside as much as the next guy, but I would love to find a place that isn't a dive bar but I can sit and have a scotch (or martini) and chill with some interesting music. I also like run-on sentences.

I also don't want to pay $31 for a Macallan or anything like that!

Thanks in advance for your help.

Need new brunch places around Westchester/Fairfield!

Cracker Barrel?!

Hawthorne Eating (Lunch, Specifically)

Did not like Finnegan's at all. Way too expensive for a regular burger. Michael's in Pleasantville and John's Bar & Grill on Commerce across from the animal hospital were very, very good.

Hawthorne Eating (Lunch, Specifically)

Funny. I was just at Silvio's today thinking about what people were saying on this post! Definitely good food, but I am going to end up in a fight with someone in that parking lot. I have a bad temper. :)

Hawthorne Eating (Lunch, Specifically)

I just recently moved a little further north, so I won't be eating lunch at my old spots in lower westchester as much. I live off of Commerce and I see we have Finnegan's, The Cabin, Johnny's Bar & Grill (eaten at Azurri once, it was good), Gordo's and Victors?

Which is the best for a simple lunch; burgers, fries, etc.
Cheapest?
Most expensive?
Specials?

Any other spots? Thanks! I will eventually try them all, but always good to be prepared.

So sick of overpriced Westchester!

AH, I get to use my comment from the other thread again! :)

I am a bit biased considering it is my hometown, but two restaurants just a spell from each other are my two favorites. Azzurri in Thornwood on Comerce (north from the Hawthorne station) and Spadafino's on the other end of Commerce.

Both have great food, especially red sauce. Azzurri is never really busy and I don't know why. The service is extremely friendly and attentive (we always get the same guy anyway) and the food is not only spectacular, but the portions are huge and its about $25 a person. Spadafino's is more lively, service is good, food is great and they sometimes have live entertainment. They cost a bit more, though.

Even better, both have ample parking.

Moderately priced Sat nite dinner- Possible in West.??

I am a bit biased considering it is my hometown, but two restaurants just a spell from each other are my two favorites. Azzurri in Thornwood on Comerce (north from the Hawthorne station) and Spadafino's on the other end of Commerce.

Both have great food, especially red sauce. Azzurri is never really busy and I don't know why. The service is extremely friendly and attentive (we always get the same guy anyway) and the food is not only spectacular, but the portions are huge and its about $25 a person. Spadafino's is more lively, service is good, food is great and they sometimes have live entertainment. They cost a bit more, though.

Even better, both have ample parking.