MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- Exit 4 Food Hall has finally opened in Mount Kisco, bringing the first of this latest culinary trend to Westchester residents.
Exit 4 Food Hall, at the former Bellizzi site on Main Street offers enticing dining options featuring a variety of different food stations with the finest in local freshly-prepared food and drinks.
This unique, “fresh-casual” eatery is made up of nine individual stations under one roof:
- X4 on Tap, offers tap beverages, including the best selection of local craft beer, wine and cold-brewed coffee and a late night small plates menu.
- Charcuterie 153, creates platters of smoked and cured meats and savory cheeses.
- Rawsome Seafood Bar, Joe DiMauro’s Mount Kisco Seafood serves its oysters, shrimp and seafood small plates made with locally sourced products.
- Inno Sushi by James, classic sushi bar with fresh grab-and-go or dine-in options.
- Rotiss-A-Q, Rotisserie-cooked meats prepared by former owner of A&S Marketplace John Cioffi includes chicken, pork and beef.
- Piacci Pasta Bar, choose from our selection of chef specialties featuring fresh pasta and homemade sauces.
- Fuoco Wood-Fired Pizza, Fuoco, Italian for fire, serves specialty pizzas with fresh ingredients.
- Dirty Roots by Myong, local chef Myong puts her special Korean/Asian twist on healthy salads and juices and Paninis.
After more than 20 years in the community operating Bellizzi, owner Isi Albanese explains that Exit 4 Food Hall joins the roster of other new restaurants recently opened in Mount Kisco helping to confirm the community’s image as a trendy dining destination spot.
“Our main vision at Exit 4 is to provide our guests with a casual, fun and communal experience while giving emerging culinary talent an outlet to create and experiment with new food trends,” said Albanese. “Throughout the past few years we have seen many transformations in Mount Kisco that have had an impact on our business and the timing was just right to try something new. We are excited to be the first to bring this culinary concept to Westchester County.”