Seigel Bros., Dig Inn, Rye House and more

Today on Fork This with IntoxiKate

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Tonight’s guests include:

siegel bros marketplace

Siegel Bros. Marketplace and Wine & Spirits

If you’ve been to the village of Mount Kisco lately, you’ve seen two new kids on the block—Siegel Bros. Marketplace and their adjacent Wine & Spirits shop. Run by Doug, Jeremy, and Chef David Nevins (plus butcher and fishmonger Don Meyers), the shop is a fourth generation owned and operated speciality food market. The brothers’ great grandfather, Abram Siegel, opened a kosher butcher shop in Woodbine, NJ, in 1912. Their father, Bruce (Abram’s grandson), is a renowned wine importer and retail giant as the owner of Hay Day Wine Market in Ridgefield, CT and Grand Harvest Wine in New York’s Grand Central Terminal.

Experience, expertise, and a heritage of running specialty markets is apparent in both the Marketplace and the Wine & Spirits shops. Hand selecting the best wine (and brown spirits), as well as cultivating the best relationships with farmers to bring in the finest, high quality meats, to bringing in the prepped meals from an in-house chef, offers consumers a quality experience paired with good food.

{Siegel Bros. Marketplace and Wine & Spirits: 39 S. Moger Ave., Mount Kisco, 914-864-0690,}

Chef Matt Weingarten, Culinary Director for Dig Inn

Dig Inn, new to Rye Brook, contributes to the farm-to-table movement, offering delicious, healthy options to Rye Ridge Plaza. The chain, with roots stemming from Manhattan, manages to elevate breakfast, lunch, and dinner options while reminding us all of the power of produce. While food arrives fast, it is on trend, and it’s here where the vegetable reclaims its spot on the thrown (okay, plate). Chef Matt Weingarten, the man behind the menu, creates amazing, tasty dishes and running a truly sustainable system from farm to plate.

{Dig Inn: 112 S. Ridge St., Rye Brook (Rye Ridge Plaza), 212-545-7867,}

Michael Jannetta, co-owner of Rye House in Port Chester

Rye House is owned by Our House Hospitality, comprised of seasoned restaurateurs Michael Jannetta, Robert Lombardi, Dan Forrester, and Jeffrey Skiba. Jannetta chats about his extensive background in the restaurant world, as well as the concept behind Rye House, which pairs elevated American neighborhood tavern food with craft cocktails.

{Rye House: 126 N Main St, Port Chester, 914-481-8771,}

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