County Executive Rob Astorino helped serve up steak on Tuesday at Benjamin Steakhouse in Hartsdale to kick off Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.
Astorino was joined by joined Janet Crawshaw, publisher of The Valley Table magazine as well as the Steakhouse's owners, Benjamin Prelvukaj and Benjamin Sinanaj.
To the Benjamins' delight, the county executive plated the an “Astorino Sirloin” at Benjamin Steakhouse in White Plains. During HVRW, which runs from March 6 – 19, diners can sample delicious dishes throughout the county.
“Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is the perfect time to explore the exceptional neighborhood restaurants here in Westchester County,” Astorino said. “There are over 115 restaurants in Westchester participating, so tell your friends to ‘Meet Me in Westchester’ and enjoy delicious food at a great price.”
HVRW celebrates top restaurants, giving diners the opportunity to enjoy exceptional dining at an approachable price point. Three-course, prix fixe dinners are $32.95 and lunches are $22.95 (plus beverage, tax and tip).
Participating venues include well-known establishments such as Tarry Lodge and Le Jardin Du Roi and new spots like Boro6 Wine Bar and Little Crepe Street.
A complete list of participating restaurants is available by clicking www.valleytable.com/hvrw.