3 Culinary Trends for Groups Visiting Westchester

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Captain Lawrence Brewery in Westchester County

From local craft brewers to a stately home-turned-restaurant, groups visiting Westchester County have many culinary options to choose from.

“Westchester County provides a perfect setting for corporate team building,” says Natasha Caputo, director of Westchester County Tourism & Film. “Beautiful farmland, historic estates and miles of outdoor trails, as well as world-class dining and exhilarating entertainment make Westchester an ideal destination.”

Craft Beer and Historic Inns

Westchester County, located in the scenic Hudson Valley, offers a vibrant culinary scene and several unique event venues. The Captain Lawrence Brewery is a local family-owned craft beer producer that can host meetings and events in its tasting room, brewery space for larger events and outdoor beer garden. Crabtree’s Kittle House Restaurant & Inn is a stately home with a venerable history dating back to 1790, and is now a restaurant with a farm-to-table philosophy and commitment to sustainability. It can accommodate events of up to 120 in its dining room, and up to 200 in landscaped outdoor gardens.

Rooftop Meetings at The Ritz-Carlton

The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester offers 10,000 sf of meeting space and an indoor rooftop pool. Corporate team building programs include a 90-minute cooking class where groups split into teams to prepare a customized menu with Executive Chef Jim Dangler.

Farm-to-table at the Westchester Marriott

The Westchester Marriott has recently undergone a $10 million renovation to its guest rooms, and plans to renovate its 20,000 sf of meeting space next year. The property offers 23 event rooms that combine for over 20,000 sf of space. It offers the farm-to-table Cooper’s Mill Restaurant.

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