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Armonk's Restaurant North and Market North are shut down.
The ARMONK - Restaurant North, long known for its culinary delicacies on the farmstead, is closing. This is also true of his sibling Market North. He will be replaced by Lenny's North Seafood and steak house from the Lenny's steak house in Larchmont and Il Castello in Mamaroneck, with an opening in May.
The closure of the North, 386 Main St. restaurant was, according to Lenny Balidemaj, a great way for him and his associates to extend their coverage of Westchester County. "We are very pleased to have the chance to acquaint new guests with our cuisine. High quality, dried matured meats, shellfish and homemade noodles.
In fact, Ballidemaj is expecting to be open until Mother's Day and is encouraging guests to call the restaurant for information. The Restaurant North was opened in 2010 by its renowned cook and co-owner Eric Gabrynowicz, a semi-finalist in the Rising Star Boss at the 2011 James Beard Contest and a semi-finalist in the Best Boss: 2014 Grouping.
Both he and co-owner Stephen Mancini have made it their business to help locals and fishers, and during their time in office the restaurant has won a number of accolades. The informal café with the same sustainability practice and priorities, Markets North, opened across the road in 2015. The restaurant was supervised by Mancini and Matthew Casino, the head cook of the sauce, took over the cuisine.
Leaving the bric-a-brac in July, John Poiarkoff, who worked at The Modern in New York City and The Pines, a farm-to-table restaurant in Gowanus, Brooklyn, came aboard. Poiarkoff is considering new possibilities in New York City, the acquisition of investment and the creation of a new company in Westchester, according to a news announcement.
"I really loved my move to Westchester County and would like to create a way of sharing my cooking vision with a new crowd and growing as a chef," he said. "The North was a very particular place," said Gabrynowicz. "We' d like to thank the astonishing city of Armonk for their years of help and lovemind.
It was an honour to have been of service to this fellowship for so long, and the whole group of owners, together with Head Chefs Poiarkoff and General Director Ralph Rubino, wish the new owners every happiness. "Lenny the North retains the same number as the North Restaurant: