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The Reading Room is a bookstore-coffee-baked goods-sweet shop, offering freshly baked items (think croissants, scones, muffins and cookies plus daily rotating specials) and offer a daily choice of specialty sandwiches, soups and salads.
The menu is pre-prepared and easy to take out, but perfectly cultivated with our high end, quality ingredients and classic style you have come to expect. We think the combining of all of the cozy aspects of Little Joe’s — books and toys and gifts and candy for the kiddos — along with the taste palette of the old Reading Room — will offer a little something for everyone.


We are nestled in the historic village of Mount Kisco, NY in northern Westchester County. Mount Kisco is an extraordinary village - walkable, diverse, and connected to nature. Check out what the New York Times said about our little town!

Mast Market is an organic market intended for food, family, and community gathering. Designed in collaboration with Mapos, the architecture pays homage to the stables and farmhouses that dot the local landscape with wood slatted carriage doors, a welcoming kitchen island filled with goodies and an open market space clad in ash and pine and filled with homemade goods. You’ll feel like you are at home.

Come visit our new market featuring our entire line of local, organic pantry items, specialty foods and kitchen wares with a beautiful café that looks over our one of a kind open kitchen. You can watch first hand the local grains being milled into flour, organic coffees being roasted in small batches, vinegars being brewed and blended, sourdough breads being baked (onsite coming soon), chocolate being handcrafted, and so much more.

Kitchen tours, classes, workshops, demos and events will be back soon. Sign up for our newsletter for updates.



You’re likely to stand in line with equestrians in jodhpurs and landscapers in dirt-stained jeans. Pardon us as the small children race past you to the bakery window, bellying up and wide-eyed. There’s an old-timey feel to this converted gas station where food and drink are generously proportioned and robustly flavored. A community hub has been established and this corner lot has become a corner stone.



The Market at Union Hall is a North Salem hub, health market & European coffee bar selling groceries, frozen food, dairy products, soups, salads, sandwiches, pastries, dessert, quiche, grab & go food & gifts!
                              2 Keeler Lane, North Salem, NY 914-485-1555



As LMNOP breads in their most basic form are only flour, water, sea salt and sourdough starter, the quality of flour is essential. For that, LMNOP sources freshly milled flour from Wild Hive Farm, a small mill in Clinton Corners, NY. Wild Hive stone mills regionally grown and organic grains, to retain 100% of the germ. And now you can enjoy the amazing breads as well as coffee and more at the new bakery/cafe in Katonah!



We are a home-based bakery operating out of Pound Ridge, New York. We opened in January 2020 with the vision to bring freshly baked, European-style breads, pastries and treats to the local community.




From the farms of south america, africa and asia — our coffee is carefully blended and roasted daily. based in the greenwich and stamford, ct region, cfcf coffee is proud to be the premier coffee & pastry shop of choice for all your coffee, breakfast, and lunch needs. we offer a variety of hearty sandwiches, as well as avocado toast and freshly roasted coffee beans. our gourmet café is the perfect place to grab a quick coffee on the way to work or catch up with an old friend. contact us today to learn more about our menu or visit our gourmet café to see what delicious drinks our coffee roasters are creating!


Have you been searching for the perfect area hangout? You need a place with a relaxing atmosphere, refreshing drinks and delicious snacks. Roastery, juice bar and local café - Joe Studio Café is the perfect blend. We also offer catering services! Located conveniently in Old Greenwich, CT, we are right down the road from the train station and en route to Tod's Point Beach.

We support local artists and help raise money for charity. Contact our coffee shop today to learn about our art showcases.

                   BEDFORD POST INN

Bedford Post Dining started in the late fall of 2019, when the award winning team behind Alchemy Consulting took over operations of the restaurants at the Bedford Post Inn. The Barn, the casual outlet, with a nod to the south of France is open for Dinner, Brunch, and Lunch, it quickly became the place to visit. Unfortunately, the opening was short lived as all restaurants in the state were shut down on March 15th due to the pandemic.

The Terrace is the fully outdoor restaurant, with a menu cooked in the wood burning outdoor kitchen. With both an oven and Asador grill, expect a wide range of small plates, perfectly suited to snack on with a bottle of rosé or a pitcher of a signature cocktail. The Farmhouse is the piece de resistance of the restaurant group. Aiming for an impeccable experience, Chef Spruance will be offering both a prix-fixe as well as a tasting menu, alongside a hand selected list of wines from our cellar.



Chef Jean Georges introduces a casually elegant restaurant ensconced in the picturesque town of Pound Ridge, New York. Here, Jean Georges cultivates a truly seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine, with ingredients sourced from the Hudson Valley and New England, whenever possible. Constructed in 1833 as a residence and serving later as an inn, the building has been painstakingly renovated to preserve as many of the original materials as possible, including four working fireplaces. Thomas Juul-Hansen designed the restaurant’s interior with a modern yet rustic sensibility; zinc and marble accent stone and reclaimed wood. The restaurant’s lighting, artfully conceived by Hervé Descottes, employs paper shades and Edison fixtures to create warmth throughout.



We support local farms, purveyors and businesses to bring you a hyper-local and authentic experience in the heart of the hamlet of Katonah. Our mission is to create a place for good food , good drinks for good people. A modern farm house with a homegrown feel-simple, delectable dishes and lively spirits all with a taste of tradition.




One Twenty One has been a cornerstone of the North Salem community since 2000. After 14 years of business and the return of former chef, Beck Bolender— who recently honed his skills in New York City at Jean-Georges—owners Michele Savino and Peter DeVito were encouraged to take their already popular establishment to an even higher level of culinary excellence. With Beck Bolender at the helm, One Twenty One went through a dramatic redesign and reopened in May 2014, bringing a modern, affordable dining experience to North Salem. One Twenty One’s menu focuses on globally inspired dishes starring local and seasonal ingredients from Hudson Valley farmers and purveyors. Completing the dining experience are the reimagined wine, beer and cocktail menus, which have reached new creative heights but remain fun and unintimidating.

We pride ourselves on sourcing organic, fair trade coffee & tea. We work with local dairy suppliers and bakeries to offer the freshest, highest quality baked goods and food selections.