Local Lifestyles

Westchester has a wide array of cities towns and villages. Each with its own unique character and lifestyle. Find out more about restaurants, retail, hiking trails and other amenities right here.

September 6, 2010
Sweet Grass - Tarrytown

Sweet Grass of Tarrytown NY – a wonderful dining experience in one of my favorite villages

We decided to try our luck at Sweet Grass Grill - which has gotten a lot of buzz as one of the best restaurants in Westchester since it was opened by David Starkey a little over a year ago.
September 4, 2010
Mamaroneck Harbor After Hurricane Earl

Hurricane Earl – The storm that wasn’t – at least for Westchester NY

Westchester residents were very girding themselves for the strong possibility of a major tropical storm or the remote possibility of a level one hurricane. Mamaroneck NY - which includes Larchmont Village - being on the Long Island Sound was reight in the cross-hairs.
August 15, 2010
Tarrytown NY - vintage architecture

Tarrytown NY – The “Wish Tree”

Suddenly - right in front of me is this tree. It's an ordinary tree like all the others on Main Street. I looked at the pieces of paper and they all had writing scribbled on them. Each note began with "I wish." Then on the trunk of the tree was a little box which held the paper pieces and a pen - and on the box it said "Wish Tree."
August 4, 2010
Tornado Watch on Hudson

Fotos on the Fly – Village of Tarrytown NY – 10591

Tarrytown NY restaurants are known for their variety and quality and during the summer months tables and umbrellas dot the landscape of Broadway and Main St. while residents and visitor enjoy outdoor dining.
July 25, 2010
Truck Planter - Truck c1950

Funky Floral Arrangements in Westchester NY

Over the past couple of years, I’ve been able to see and capture some very unique floral arrangements in lower Westchseter NY.  Here are some photos […]
July 17, 2010
Main St Tarrytown NY 10591

Tarrytown NY – 3rd Friday – Great for kids & adults alike…

Yesterday was, of course the 3rd Friday of July and in spite of the blistering heat and humidity - this unique Tarrytown monthly event was well attended.