NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Celebrating the flavorful variety of cuisines available in New Rochelle, the second annual FoodFest kicks off Sunday, October 8. Presented by the City of New Rochelle in partnership with the BID and Chamber of Commerce, participating restaurants will offer their own ideal FoodFest special, from prix fixe menus and discounts to buy one/get one offers, uniquely designed to showcase each restaurant’s food and atmosphere.
Restaurants are located throughout New Rochelle and provide tastes from 20 different nationalities and at a range of prices. By popular demand, FoodFest has been expanded this year into a second week and will run from Sunday, Oct. 8 through Thursday, October 19, 2017. Opening day coincides with ArtsFest, New Rochelle’s citywide festival of arts and culture October 6-8.
FoodFest specials can be available for lunch or dinner, and some will be offered excluding Friday and Saturday. Check the full list of restaurants, cuisines and special offers at www.newrochelleny.com/FoodFest. Participating restaurants include:
|AJ’s Burgers||Jolo’s||Pepe’s Place|
|Alvin & Friends||Korean BBQ & Grill||Pop’s Expresso Bar|
|Arepa Mania||La Casona||Posto 22|
|Beechmont Tavern||La Villa||Rock N Ramen 914|
|Carta Brava Restaurant||Marina Grille||Salsa y Brasa|
|Dubrovnik Restaurant||Modern Restaurant||The Big Slice|
|Escape Latino||NoMa Social||The Gnarly Vine|
|Fratelli Pizza||North End Tavern Olibar||Tzatziki Greek Grill|
“New Rochelle’s restaurants are as diverse and exciting as our community itself,” said New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson. “Come see why New Rochelle is fast becoming one of the Hudson Valley’s top dining destinations.”
“In downtown New Rochelle restaurants, you’ll find flavors from around the world, and some dishes you won’t find anywhere else,” said BID Executive Director Ralph DiBart. “Classic comfort food, inexpensive meals and elegant dinners are all there, for foodies, casual diners and every other palate. FoodFest, with its many deals, is a great opportunity to return to favorite restaurants or to try something new.”
“New Rochelle is quickly becoming the destination for foodies!” said Chamber Executive Director Jennifer Lanser. “The collaboration of the City, the BID and the Chamber for Foodfest is a great opportunity for local restaurants to showcase the eclectic mix of cuisines in the City of New Rochelle to residents and those from the surrounding areas.”