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Westchester Magazine Notes Paradise Restaurant's 'Nostalgic Ambience'

The 65-year-old Verplanck family restaurant was recognized for its nostalgic feel.

Westchester Magazine picked Verplanck's from among the hundreds of historic restaurants in Westchester County, to be included on a list of places with "nostalgic ambience," in its May issue. Paradise was one of 12 restaurants chosen in the article; many of the others were in southern Westchester. 

WestMag writer Jeanne Muchnick mentioned Paradise's delicious thin-crust pizza, made in-house, cream puffs and pasta. She also noted the menus from 1961 that the owners still keep at the restaurant that list steak for $4. 

Muchnick writes:

"The 65-year-old family-run eatery is still as unpretentious as ever, filled with people who seem to know each other and who welcome you with open arms if they don’t." 

To read the full Westchester Magazine article, click here. To read more about Paradise, check out our article,

 

Michelle Greenbaum May 01, 2012 at 09:02 PM
Paradise is consistently excellent.
Shawnee May 01, 2012 at 10:50 PM
I told Mr. Margiotta years ago that it always feels like coming "Home" when you go to the Paradise. F#c&*n Olive Garden stole the line, oh well. You can't not go back to Buchanan/Verplank , and not go to the Paradise. Feels Like Home To Me!!

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