While the likes of Hawthorne and, much more impressively, Mamaroneck, are enjoying their new train station dining establishments, the fine folks of Chappaqua will have to wait a bit more for their station restaurant, the would-be Sutter’s Track 32.
The Pleasantville Examiner reports that the New Castle Town Board is searching for a new engineering firm to oversee improvements to the 110-year old landmark building.
The initial launch date was to be end of summer.
The proprietor is Lesley Sutter, who owns the Flying Pig which, coincidentally, used to be housed in the Mount Kisco train station.
Speaking of Chappaqua dining options, The Missus and I ventured out to Le Jardin du Roi last week. The place was cozy and tasteful and our meals were decent, though I was struck by just how much non-French fare–in fact, completely American grub–was on the menu.
“Kansas City Style Spare Ribs”? Really?
“Le Club Sandwich”? Really?
I guess full-on French doesn’t work in the suburbs–even one of the more sophisticated ones like Chappaqua.