Port Chester

Since its beginnings as an industrial boat-building community (it was formerly known as “Saw Pit”), Port Chester has evolved into a food mecca with a buzzing downtown restaurant scene that includes Tarry Lodge, F.I.S.H., Sonora, Alba’s and The Willett House. A diverse immigrant population further enhances the village’s dining-destination cred, with numerous authentic ethnic eateries representing Peru, Mexico, Colombia and Brazil. Port Chester is also known for The Waterfront, a retail/entertainment center that features a 14-screen movie theater, retail shops and numerous restaurants.

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