Sleepy Hollow Restaurants

  • Mima Vinoteca
    Mima Vinoteca
    by Herkbert
  • Wine, wine and more wine
    Wine, wine and more wine
    by Herkbert
  • Inside the main dining room
    Inside the main dining room
    by Herkbert

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    Pronto Pizzeria: Pre-Blaze Dinner

    by FatesWarn Written Nov 13, 2013

    I was looking for a dinner stop before attending The Blaze in Croton-on-Hudson. I wanted to beat the crowds (as much as that's possible for this event), so this seemed like the perfect option - a casual sit-down with family-friendly prices. The individual pizzas were excellent and were enough for two people after a salad. Still, we ordered two, so we had some to refuel with after The Blaze.

    Favorite Dish: The Baked Ziti Pizza. I don't know who these people are that get offended and/or downright judgemental about carbs on carbs, but they are missing out. Cheesy pasta on pizza... so good!

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    Mima Vinoteca - Kitchen & Wine Bar: Small town restaurant - great food

    by Herkbert Written Jun 28, 2009

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    Mima's is a cross between a traditional wine bar offering small plates of cheeses, cured meats, and antipasti and a trattoria offering regional Italian dishes. The menu has a good variety of choices and the wine list is expansive, with many choices by the glass.

    The restaurant is located in a cozy, rustic building. It has the feel of an upscale family restaurant. The wait staff is very friendly and attentive. Not sure what to get, ask for a recommendation - they won't steer you wrong!

    Favorite Dish: All the food was terrific, fresh and delicious from the antipasti to the dessert.

    Though hard to pick my favorite, I'd say that the antipasti which was a selection of cured italian ham, sopressata sausage from Piedmont and fresh ricotta cheese was a great way to start the meal off.

    Mima Vinoteca Wine, wine and more wine Inside the main dining room Antipasti platter
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    Chiboust: Nice French tasty pastry in Sleep Hollow

    by Ekahau Updated Sep 5, 2006

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    Well in this part of the world one looks for a CIA graduate for a great place to eat. I know what you VTers from NZ and Lichtenstein were thinking HAHAHA. The owner of this nice French Bristo and Baker is from the CIA!! will I get out alive???

    The owner Jill Rose is a Culinary Institute of America (CIA) graduate and very well know pastry chef and hired the Chef de Cuisine, Alberto Tirrito also from the CIA.

    anyway the place is just a little cramped and a little pricy but the pastry by Jill Rose is a rose worth smelling and tasting for sure. But be careful or you will look like the photo on Kiwi's home page of bear loving western Australians.

    Favorite Dish: Contre-Filet Truffière - Angus Strip steak with Black Truffles, Pomme Gratin, fresh from the Market green beans with rosmary.

    yes it was tasty (very wet Dessert) she agrees it was tasty just checking anybody looking Old Dutch Grave the reason to eat here see Chagill Windows near by
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