Winston, serving New American cuisine, is located at 130 East Main Street, Mt. Kisco, NY 10549 in Westchester County.
From Winston: "Winston was born out of a desire to introduce a quality of dining that is sophisticated yet approachable. Executive Chef Michael Williams has created a menu of New American fare that offers familiar favorites as well as innovative new dishes, all elevated through high quality ingredients and refined execution. To complement the fare, Winstonís impressive beverage program features a deep roster of new and old world wine varietals, rare vintages, handcrafted signature cocktails, and dozens of draught and bottled beers."
"The 81-seat restaurant, designed by award-winning firm Grandberg & Associates Architects, features three-levels including the only open-air rooftop bar and lounge in Mount Kisco. Like Winstonís food and beverage program, the design is all about detail and balance. The space is outfitted with steel, brick and wood detailing, as well as an atrium skylight that lends a feeling of comfort and warmth against Winstonís solid warehouse aesthetic. Varied seating on each level allows for different experiences throughout the restaurant: a gastropub ground floor, a more intimate dining experience on the second floor, and a seasonal rooftop bar on the third floor. Guests will feel at home in Winstonís comfortable townhouse setting. The restaurant is located in downtown Mount Kisco, just a brief walk from the Metro North train station, and offers ample parking in the back."
Brief walk from
Mount Kisco MTA
Cuisine = New American
Gastropub on main floor
Intimate dining on second floor
Live music (Call for schedule)
Noise level = Can get too loud for conversation
Parking - Available in rear of restaurant
Rooftop bar and terrace
Serving dinner and Sunday Brunch
The word is
Attractive and trendy space sporting an upscale warehouse aesthetic created with steel, farmhouse tables, and brick; highlighted by an atrium skylight that adds comfort and warmth to this three level restaurant. The lower level is a gastro-pub, while the second floor offers intimate dining, and the third level is a seasonal rooftop bar. The food, served by a professional waitstaff, is hit or miss, with several dishes very well prepared and tasty, and some lacking flavor. At these prices, they should consider offering Alaskan wild salmon, grass-fed meat, and organic options for spinach, kale, or arugula salads.
Location: Mount Kisco