Rye is a city in Westchester County, New York, United States. It is separate from the town of Rye, which has more land area than the city. Rye city, formerly the village of Rye, was part of the town until it received its charter as a city in 1942. The population was 15,720 at the 2010 census. Rye is the youngest city in New York state. No other city has been chartered anywhere in New York state since 1942.
Things to do in Rye
4.5 based on 244 reviews
My wife and I have had many great meals at La Panetiere. The food is always great and although French cuisine is not always my favorite this place is the exception. We had a veal dish the other night that was one of the best meals I have ever had and the rest of the meal was almost as good. The staff is very helpful with suggestions and very efficient in serving your meal. If you are looking for a great meal in a very nice setting this is the place.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
This fantastic establishment in downtown Port Chester offers a wide array of freshly baked items ( breads, muffins, scones, croissants, pies, cupcakes, cookies) PLUS delicious homemade soups and salads and sandwiches and a lovely salad bar. There are ample tables for dining in, too. Service is friendly and attentive. Definitely worth the drive from Westchester and lower Fairfield County.
4 based on 322 reviews
nspired by a healthy, outdoor lifestyle, bartaco combines fresh, upscale street food with a coastal vibe in a relaxed environment. bartaco is specialty cocktails crafted with fresh-squeezed juices, beer out of a bottle, and hand-held foods delivered on metal trays. The rustic beach resort design complements the spirited bold and bright flavors of bartaco’s eclectic menu. The stylish ambience, cocktails, and freshly prepared tacos and “not tacos” create an unforgettable experience.
I've been to bar taco 3 times. The first by choice which was a very mediocre experience; huge wait, lousy drinks, cold food and poor service. Went back the next 2 times because friends insisted. Same experience as first time, however now I hear we have been exposed to hepatitis?! What in the world is the BOH thinking about reopening this place? Sorry, once again too much Instagram hype and no substance. And a side order of an infectious disease.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
Locally owned ice cream shop making homemade ice cream. Large and varied selection of flavors. The mixture of different flavors with normal favorites makes the difference. The ice cream is tasty and smooth. It is a good choice for people who are ice cream experts. Mainly take our service also offering birthday ice cream cakes one of their specialities. Friendly staff to give you a free taste of any flavor. Try it, you will not be disappointed!
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Small pastry bakery serving very delicious and fancy pastries. Apple strudel to orange muffins. Very unique food freshly made on site. You can sit down and enjoy coffee and pastries and the ambience of this cozy little spot. This is one of the better pastry shops in town. Try it, you won’t be disappointed.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
We were looking for a bite to eat before going by train to Grand Central. A super spot on Halstead Avenue directly across from the train station. Looks like a family diner on the outside but much more upscale inside. They have great thin crust pizza , excellent Cannelli Beans, and wonderful Spinach Ravioli. All presented warm and perfectly dished and staged. We will definitely go back.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Enjoyed the atmosphere of this Starbucks location in a upscale small community of Rye, New York. It is a Corner Store so you can watch the hustle and bustle in the streets. Parking is street only here. Lots of light coming into this location and friendly service. They make a good espresso drink here. It is also across the street from one of the best dinners we had at Aurora.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
Located on Purchase Street in the quaint, seaside town of Rye, New York, Aurora ushers diners into an authentic Italian oasis, where the smell of wood-fired pizzas, rich, homemade pastas, and sumptuous entrees create a mouth-watering welcome. The restaurant’s bright, airy interior and soft color palette call to mind a Tuscan dawn, providing a soothing and sophisticated backdrop for an unforgettable meal.
Ramsey Zakka does it one more time. He has the system down!
Great meal, but when asked to have a little more sauce on my pasta it definitely was just stuck in the microwave and came back to me with no extra sauce, just a musher pasta
4.5 based on 163 reviews
Since Rafael Palomino—Sonora’s Executive Chef and Proprietor—opened the doors to this, his flagship Latin-fusion restaurant, he has received accolades from a broad customer base, including an “Excellent” from the New York Times. This creative, Colombian-born (Queens-raised) chef and author of five cookbooks, has since opened 8 more restaurants that span three states (New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania). Sonora, like Palomino’s other restaurants, boasts excellent service and mouth-watering dishes, paired with an extensive wine list and cocktail offerings. In addition to impeccable service and delicious dishes, Sonora’s two-story home offers guests the possibility of having a custom-designed and catered on-site private party, for any occasion, from 12 to 110 people.
We have dined here dozens of times and still think it is one of the overall best restaurants around. Service, food, presentation and plating, bar- all are wonderful. We arrived early enough to enjoy the happy hour specials. Food and beverage. The calamari is absolutely...MoreThank you for your review, Sam! We are so happy to hear you enjoy drinking our margaritas as much as we like making them! Hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 162 reviews
Ruby's is a brilliant gem in downtown Rye. It is chic, casual and comfortable. It charms guests with its varied menu, friendly and professional service, and its lively ambience. Ruby's stylish decor showcases an authentic zinc bar from Paris, beaded chandeliers and ruby red drapes. From its coffered ceiling and tasseled sconces down to its marble mosaic floor, no precious stone has been left unturned.
We ate dinner here on a mid-week evening. The food, we had the special fish and chips, was excellent - crispy, tasty. Even the coleslaw was tasty! But it was $22 for fish and chips! And the service was very slow and almost grudging.
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