One of the most diverse towns in northern Westchester, Mount Kisco is home to both retail giants and one-of-a-kind, upscale boutiques. It is also well known for its varied and vibrant dining scene, offering cuisine from all over the world.
Your Beyond-Perfect Day in Mount Kisco:
Burn it off: Take a morning hike in Westmoreland Sanctuary, play frisbee golf in Leonard Park or explore the village by bike with a rental from Bicycle World.
Stop for lunch: Pop in for a “little” lunch at one of these Main Street sisters: Little Crepe Street, Little Kabob Station or Little Drunken Chef; or try Locali pizza bar in the historic Mount Kisco Train Station.
Hit some shops: Downtown Mount Kisco abounds in unique shops like Beehive Designer Collective for home goods, gifts, games and clothing for all ages; Porch for gifts and home goods; Whim and New York Dolls for women’s clothing; All Together Now children’s store; and The Hamlet New York for British foods, teas, vinyl, books and gifts.
Rev it up: For an afternoon of family fun, Grand Prix New York delivers with indoor racing, go-karting, bowling, arcade games and a Ninja course.
Stay longer: Extend your getaway with a hotel stay.
Mount Kisco has:
- Only 3.25 square miles and a population of just under 11,000 (per the 2010 census)
- Westmoreland Sanctuary: A 640-acre wildlife preserve with a nature center and museum housed in a reconstructed 200-year-old church
- Grand Prix New York, offering visitors the ultimate indoor racing and go-karting experience
- Northern Westchester Hospital, one of the county’s larger state-of-the-art medical facilities
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