Liz and Frank sit down with singer/songwriter/musician, Greg Jacquin, and restaurant owners Gary Serina & Molinda Kearns at their restaurant Hudson Anchor located in historic Sleepy Hollow with outstanding views of the Hudson River from the outdoor patio. Greg Jacquin just released his second album “Clocks Slow Down” (available on iTunes, Spoitfy, SoundCloud) a follow up to “Hudson River” album released last year. A native Tarrytown resident, Greg can be seen at the Hudson Anchor every Friday with his singer/songwriter series and Monday for Open Mic night. Gary Serina, born and raised in North Tarrytown (aka Sleepy Hollow), we learn about the history of the fabulous restaurant and the building that has been in his family since 1953, when his parent’s owned and operated the restaurant. Molinda Kearns is a pharmaceutical Scientist and a professor of Organic Chemistry and Genetics. Their mission at the Hudson Anchor, is unadulterated food (absolutely no preservatives). Food is the ultimate drug! The cocktails and food are absolutely delicious!
Liz & Frank sit down with comedian Patty Rosborough and musician, Mark Hitt at Yorktown Grille. Patty Rosborough is one of the top headlining comics in the country and will be at Dangerfield’s on October 3rd & 5th. We discuss her career with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central’s ‘Short Attention Span Theatre.’ She has also appeared on Showtime, Comedy Central and had a brief role in “Jacob’s Ladder.”
Mark Hitt’s writing, recording and touring credits include: The Robin Zander Band (Cheap Trick), Rat Race Choir, Zebra, Felix Cavaliere, Brian Johnson & Cliff Williams (AC/DC), John Entwistle and - John Bonham. Mark tells about his career in Rock-N-Roll, unique playing techniques, and his tour with The Mark Stein Project (Vanilla Fudge). He is also the guitarist for the Westchester based band, Hindenberg THE ULTIMATE LED ZEPPELIN MUSICAL EXPERIENCE! Go see them at The Chance Theater in Poughkeepsie on October 4th – Plying all of Led II
Liz and Frank sit down at Horsefeathers in Tarrytown with owner Jules McCue and Tarrytown native and musician Clare Maloney to discuss the History of the area, Haunted places, the Legend of Sleepy Hallow, Halloween, myth of the Leatherman, the Tale of the Bronze Lady in Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and of course... Pumpkin Beer! One thing that we believe in is supporting Westchester residents like Clare Maloney, who has a voice of an Angel. Horsefeathers maybe haunted so check out their amazing selection of“spirits”, beer, and wine, and be a part of their upcoming scavenger hunt and Halloween party!
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This week Liz and Frank were at Rudy's eating what may be the best wings in Westchester. We were joined by musician Alex Cano and Kevin Myers. And Flywheel and Ripped Instructor and Instagram influencer Lindsay Farrington.
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Today's episode features guitarist and educator Scott Morgan, and the owner of Bedford Hills Beer And Wine Bar, Custom Candle Co. and Live Natural CBD, Marcie Manfredonia Siciliano.
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Alex Kollar is a comedian and will be featured in the finals of The Empire State Stand-up Showdown this Thursday at Levity Live at The Palisades Center.
Asim Barnes is a guitarist and vocalist. He plays all over and every other Saturday at Big Billy's Bar and Grill.
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Gil Parris is an American Grammy-nominated rock, blues, jazz and pop guitarist. He graduated from Ardsley High School. After briefly attending the Berklee School of Music, Parris left to tour Europe as part of a musical troupe performing Jesus Christ Superstar before becoming a recording artist.
Bernabé Williams Figueroa Jr. (born September 13, 1968) is a Puerto Rican former professional baseball player and musician. He played his entire 16-year career in Major League Baseball (MLB) with the New York Yankees from 1991 through 2006
Ryan Lakestream has worked for 8 years in the TV/Film industry under the most prestigious names and companies. He is also a martial artist and comedic talent.
Ron Blacks Beer Hall features 40 ever-rotating draft beers from local crafts to world-renowned international beers. We offer a variety of popular Ciders, IPAs, Hefeweizen and a good selection of popular international and domestic Lagers.
We feel good food and great beer go hand in hand and our menu is designed to compliment our draft beers. On our menu, you'll find everything from shareable appetizers to light salads, tasty burgers, steaks, and pasta dishes. Our chef compliments the menu with his weekly seasonal specials.
Trivia Tuesdays and DJ Bingo Thursdays (think 'Name that Tune' meets 'Bingo') provides for a great weekly line-up of entertainment for groups of all sizes. On blues jam Wednesday you can come and play with the house band headed by Grammy-nominated Gil Paris. On weekend nights we have some of New York's best DJs to keep everybody going.
We offer lunch service on Thursdays and Fridays, brunch on Saturdays and Sundays and daily dinner service. Our kitchen serves a late night menu until 3 am Wednesdays through Saturdays.
Our sidewalk cafe offers seasonal outdoor seating during those long New York summer days. What could be better than to sit down with a pint of your favorite beer and spend a summer day with friends and family? If you have a business meeting or just want to work by yourself, we offer complimentary WiFi service throughout our facility.
Check out our newest addition- a large outdoor television on our rear deck, perfect to watch your favorite sporting event on a summer day.
Larry Sharpe is a former US Marine, Libertarian gubernatorial candidate, and educator. He has appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience. He has a new mentorship program called the Sharpe Way
Joe Matarese has been on Letterman, America's Got Talent, Comedy Central and has 3 specials. Check out his podcast Life of Joe on Youtube, iTunes, and Spotify.
Chrissie Mayr recently launched her show The Wet Spot on Compound Media.
Peter X Kelly’s, X2O Xaviars on the Hudson, sits on the water on the only turn of the century Victorian pier still in use on the Hudson River. X2O’s Main Dining Salon’s 25 foot vaulted ceiling and 3 walls of glass frame offers views of the George Washington and Tappan Zee Bridges, as well as sunsets over the Palisades. Guests encounter dishes incorporating classic French technique with Italian and Spanish influences, and Asian embellishments which create a wholly original cuisine unique to the Hudson Valley.
For nearly 3 decades Peter X. Kelly has set the standard for dining in New York State. Operating the most critically acclaimed restaurants in the Hudson Valley. Peter is an experienced, talented and successful entrepreneur. His Contemporary American Cuisine brings dining to a new level by providing his guests with exquisite food and superb service.
Born in Yonkers, New York, tenth in a line of 12 children, Peter began working in local restaurants at the age of 14. While studying Business Administration at Marist College, Peter held a number of kitchen and front-of-house positions in some of New York States’ finest restaurants. In 1983, Peter’s culinary interests led him on a pilgrimage to France, and to the pursuit of perfection in the culinary world.
At 23, this self-taught chef opened Xaviar’s in Garrison and began his journey to success. To date, Peter owns some of the most renowned & acclaimed restaurants in New York State, all located in the Hudson Valley, north of New York City.
Liz and Frank sit down at the wonderfully authentic pizza and pasta temple TVB by Pax Romana in White Plains with comedian Jason Scott and musician John Leonardi of Cousin band.
We eat some amazing food, enjoy some wonderfully transporting italian cocktails, and talk about all the wonderful things coming up in your neighborhood.
Liz and Frank are joined this week by singer Mary Elissa and comedian Kaitlyn Murphy to talk about dating in Westchester. This episode was filmed at the lovely Z Prime Italian Steakhouse in White Plains (the food was phenominal by the way).
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Music by Carlo Fragnito
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This week we met at 808 Social in Scarsdale to talk with Bruce Figler (Executive Director of the Pleasantville Music Festival) , Sean Barry (Host of The Big Barry Podcast), and Sal Cucullo (Chef and Owner of 808 Social.
Liz Widulski shares he picks of the week, Bruce share stories from 15 years at Pleasantville Music Fest, and Sean puts out a missed connection report to the beautiful and mysterious woman who kissed him after a show at Lucy's Laugh Lounge in Pleasantville last week.
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This episode was filmed at the award winning Sonora Restaurant 179 Rectory Port Chester, NY
Frank and Liz talk with our guests about upcoming music events, food, wine, and what might be the last strip club in Westchester.
Rafael Palomino is an award-winner Chef and Restauranteur.
Neal Gerard plays with FDR Drive band
Peter Clark-Deutsch is a comedian and co-host of The Two Mic Minimum Podcast
Show music by Carlo Fragnito.
This episode was recorded at the iconic Pete's Saloon and Restaurant in Elmsford, New York. We sat down for drinks and dinner (and the best fried calamari in Westchester!) to chat about the Best Music Venues in Westchester, the business of Live Music, Pete’s Saloon, and Police Off the Cuff.
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Bill Cannon is a retired Sgt. Detective of Manhattan North Homocide and co-host of Police Off The Cuff, a podcast where some of the most legendary figures in law enforcement tell their stories.
Jimmy Tate has performed and sang in five broadway shows. An accomplished guitarist, pianist, and vocalist; Jimmy is able to mold his voice to almost any style of music.
Brought up in Mount Vernon and Pelham, Pete Riekstin came to age at the end of the turbulent and nonconforming sixties. He grew up with the love of music, and as a bass guitarist at sixteen played his first club. That’s probably where it all started. Throughout his college years as a pre-dental major, he worked the tri-state area with a popular band known as St. James Infirmary. At nineteen Pete met his wife, Denise, while at work backing up The Belmonts on a live radio show. Shortly after that he began to help out in Denise’s father’s business, a bar/restaurant in White Plains, as a kitchen helper and bartender. Now married, finishing college, and about to apply to dental school, his father in-law suggested that he could pick up this small “Beer & Shot Joint” in Elmsford. “Let it pay the bills… Keep it until you finish school – Then dump it.”
The Rest is History!
August 15, 1977, Pete arrived in Elmsford… and stayed. Thirty-Nine Years and six major renovations later, “PETE’S” Saloon & Restaurant has become a landmark for food and music in Westchester County. PETE’S is a place to “EAT”. Under the premise that – “people must eat two or three times a day – and they may only be able to afford to dine once a week”, Pete created an affordable, home cooked menu consisting of burgers, steaks, chops, and fresh seafood that is accessible to almost any person’s daily budget.
Our first episode took place over drinks and delicious food (Chicken Parm Sliders! Pastrami Latkes!) at Saw Mill Tavern in Ardsley
We talk about Westchester's best beaches, upcoming concerts and festivals, and Goumba Johnny's show at Lucy's in Pleasantville.
Music by Carlo Fragnito