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Westchester Weekly {November 18}

Check out this week’s edition of Westchester Weekly to find out where to eat, shop and play in Westchester County this week:

Eat/Drink:

Christopher’s by Chef Joe: (Larchmont) Enjoy lunch or dinner at this new restaurant in Larchmont. Christopher’s by Chef Joe opened at the beginning of November and serves steak, seafood, pasta and more.

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week: (multiple locations) This is the last week of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week. It is taking place until the 22nd. (Lunch $25.95, Dinner $35.95) Make your reservations now!

Meraki Taverna: (Armonk) This new Greek restaurant opened yesterday in Armonk. Head chef and owner, Mike Sarris is not new to the restaurant world, as he formerly owned and ran Elia Taverna in Bronxville and Yia Yia Taverna in Brooklyn.

Shop:

Clay Holiday Annual Sale: (Port Chester) Shop online or in-person, by appointment for the holidays. They have a variety of handmade products include decorative sculptures, mugs, serving pieces and more. Sale begins Saturday, November 21.

Play:

Hoe Down at PizZaZzles (Jefferson Valley Mall): (Yorktown Heights) Saturday, November 21st, 6:15 PM – 8:45 PM. A drop off event for children ages 4-10. Limited to 30 kids. $45/per child. Games, fun, fried chicken and cornbread and more. Register at: Jessica@pizzazzles.com.

Saturday Clay at Clay Arts Center: (Port Chester) Get introduced to clay at this class. Participants will be guided through themed handbuilding projects by professional ceramic artists. Pre-registration is required.
$25/person, ages 6+
Select Saturdays: November 21, December 5, December 19 (2 – 4 PM)

Other:

Holiday Clothing Drive: (Yorktown Heights) Clean out your closet and drop off any unused clothing at the Yorktown Love in Action Holiday Clothing Drive. Saturday, November 21st, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Curbside drop off.

Upcoming Events:

Katonah Museum of Art Jewelry Show: (Katonah) This year’s show will be virtual, where you can purchase, “a diverse array of contemporary jewelry from a curated selection of artisans.” (December 1-4)

Westchester Winter Wonderland: (Valhalla) This year’s Winter Wonderland will be a 1.2 mile drive-thru experience featuring lights and music. (November 27 – January 3)

White Plains Holiday Market: (White Plains) This holiday pop up market will feature over 40 vendors. (December 3 – 13)

You may also enjoy reading:

Hudson Valley Holiday Events Guide

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