from Westchester Magazine, July 2002
"Not goey or overly sweet, this is the simplest, most delectable
pastry imaginable, filled with tart, carmelized apples. What
more could you ask for in a dessert? Seconds, maybe."
2003: "Outdoor tables in the summer"
and "fireside,2 tavern-style seating downstairs" in
the "rustic" basement "on a cold winter night"
is the way to approach this "romantic New American set
in a 260-year-old Yorktown building; with its "seasonal
ingredients," "best game menu around" ("the
wild boar chop is fantastic") and "even better wine
list," it's more than just a place with "charming"