photo credit: David A Lee
Anyone who’s driven up 95 has undoubtedly noticed the evolution of high-rise developments dotting downtown New Rochelle, which has brought an influx of young professional people. And while we love longtime favorites like Alvin & Friends, there’s nothing wrong with the distressed brick wall featuring carefully placed wine bottles at Town House. Lean into the starters and sides, where you’ll find things like burrata or pan con tomate that don’t taste as expected. The service can be spotty, but when the food is right and the crowd is in full voice, Town House feels like the place where locals meet that next generation of Westchester as they start their night out.