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Mount Kisco Leads Food Hall Trend With Exit 4, New York Times Says

The communal tables at Exit 4 Food Hall on Main Street in Mount Kisco. Service is semi-cafeteria style and there are nine food stations to choose from.
The communal tables at Exit 4 Food Hall on Main Street in Mount Kisco. Service is semi-cafeteria style and there are nine food stations to choose from. Photo Credit: Exit 4/Facebook
Eixt 4 Food Hall is co-owned by Isi Albanese, who ran Bellizzi for 20 years in the village, and Jeff Friedlaender. Everything from pizza and sushi to salads and panini -- not to mention beer and wine -- are served there.
Eixt 4 Food Hall is co-owned by Isi Albanese, who ran Bellizzi for 20 years in the village, and Jeff Friedlaender. Everything from pizza and sushi to salads and panini -- not to mention beer and wine -- are served there. Photo Credit: Yelp
The ahi tuna bahn mi on steamed buns is just one example of the many goodies served at the Exit 4 Food Hall in Mount Kisco.
The ahi tuna bahn mi on steamed buns is just one example of the many goodies served at the Exit 4 Food Hall in Mount Kisco. Photo Credit: Yelp

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. – It’s suppertime and your tummy’s rumbling, but you’re not quite sure what you want to eat.

No problem, Westchester’s now got a food court where you could halt those hunger pangs with everything from pulled pork tacos and raw seafood to an ahi tuna banh mi panini and wood-fired pizza, says a recent New York Times review of Exit 4 Food Hall in Mount Kisco.

According to The New York Times’ article, the food hall concept is the next big thing for eaters.

Exit 4, which opened at 153 Main St. in February, is a tad hectic at times with its semi-cafeteria style service and communal tables, but the quality and quantity of its menu offerings keeps the hungry hordes coming back, The New York Times article said.

According to a previous report by the Daily Voice, the hall has nine “stations” run by real chefs:

  • X4 on Tap: On-tap beverages, including local craft beer, wine and cold-brewed coffee. Small plates.
  • Charcuterie 153: Platters of smoked and cured meats and savory cheeses.
  • Rawsome Seafood Bar: Joe DiMauro’s Mount Kisco Seafood serves products.
  • Inno Sushi by James: Sushi.
  • Rotiss-A-Q: Rotisserie-cooked chicken, pork and beef.
  • Piacci Pasta Bar: Fresh pasta and homemade sauces.
  • Fuoco Wood-Fired Pizza: Specialty pizzas with fresh ingredients.
  • Dirty Roots by Myong: Salads, juices and paninis with a Korean/Asian twist.

Isi Albanese, who co-owns Exit 4, with Jeff Friedlaender, operated Bellizzi for more than 20 years at the same site.

Albanese said back in February that Exit 4’s vision is to provide guests with “a casual, fun and communal experience while giving emerging culinary talents an outlet to create and experiment with new food trends.”

To read The New York Times article, click here.

To read the Daily Voice article, click here.

For more information, call (914)- 241-1200, or visit Exit 4's website, www.exit4foodhall.com .

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