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About Lexington Square Cafe
Lexington Square Cafe invites guests into a vast space that combines cosmopolitan chic with a friendly atmosphere. Its distinct decor exudes elegance and warmth, so it accommodates the needs of its patrons, formal and informal. A spacious main dining room with a 17-foot high ceiling and different tiers provides guests with various dining niches. Cherry wood wine racks, alabaster lighting and a grand, sweeping staircase add to Lexington Square's sumptuousness. An upstairs, warm dining room with butternut squash walls and cozy booths is perfect for those who prefer a little more intimacy. Still another option during the warmth of spring, summer and fall is a private, flowery patio for casual al fresco dining. Chef Gerald Alcin has created a menu that has "SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE". The most popular items on his menu are Thai Lettuce Wraps, Grilled Lobster "Mojito", Chopped Salad(#1 Seller), King Salmon Club, Sesame Crusted Sea Scallops & 20oz. Brown Sugar Rubbed Shell Steak.
Mount Kisco, NY 10549
American, Contemporary American, Café
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 9:00pm
Friday - Saturday 11:30am - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We have our own parking lot that holds 50 cars. When this fills up there is ample parking nextdoor at Rose's Cleaners, where there are additional spots for our customers.
We are located just a mile from the Mount Kisco Train Station, where there is a taxi stand that is open 24/7. Who are 20 yards south of the Rt. 117 & Rt. 128 intersection where there is a transit stop.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Lexington Square Cafe Ratings and Reviews
Lexington Square Cafe is an excellent restaurant. There is always something for everyone. The food never dissapoints. My husband and I both had the filet mignon and it was cooked perfectly and my children loved there meals. We have been there many times and will continue to go. Thank you.
Great brunch with highly varied menu, presently very well. Flexible with customized requests and terrific service. Hospitable. A neighborhood favorite.
Recommend requesting seating upstairs for the least noisy experience. (High ceilings and lively crowd equal moderate noise level on busy Sunday afternoons).
We have gone there many times. Last Saturday night was our first disappointment. The service was inattentive and unprofessional. After bringing the wrong dish, she returned ten minutes later with the correct main, but the same (and now cold) side dishes.
My wife's salmon was way over-cooked and bland.
My filet of sole was cooked correctly but bland.
We view this as an aberration and will go again and hope that proves to be the case (an aberration).
It was completely full and extremely loud. We had to shout to be heard. We would never go there on a Saturday night again.
We selected the Lexington Square Cafe for my husbands 50th birthday dinner. Overall we had a good time. Food was good and we were on the second floor so it was quiet enough that we could have a pleasant conversation. Waitress spilled an entire glass of wine on one of my guests at dinner and never apologized. Didn't even acknowledge that she spilled the wine. Walked away to get another glass. The restaurant manager did not even come over to offer dry cleaning for my friend who was wet through our entire dinner. We had to get our own napkins to dry things up. It was a disgrace. Waitress also did a horrible job with our wine service pouring 6 -7 ounces for first few guest leaving the last 2 with about a tablespoon of wine in each glass.
Never tried this restaurant before but love it's partners' restaurants so gave it a try. Did not disappoint - food fresh and tasty, service quick and they knew not to hover as we were there for a friend's reunion. Overall, a super experience and can't wait to go there again!
Waiter appeared to be was very inexperienced, but tried very hard.
Seems that the menu has been down sized, from what I can recall.
Food was good, but in my opinion, over priced for what it was . There are better restaurants in town at the same price point.
Again, as I indicated, given all of the above the food was very acceptable.
Our Sunday brunch was ruined by a large, drunken, noisy private party that occupied the whole dining room except for two tables and the party at the other table left in horror. We stuck it out and were very sorry we did. The management should NOT have booked us, they should have said they were closed for a private party. It was AWFUL!! Never again!
Lexington Square Cafe is a wonderful restaurant where you can always count on receiving excellent service and delicious meals.
I love the Chicken Milanese with salad. Two of my guests enjoyed hamburgers and french fries. My other friend loved her salad with shrimp. My other guest enjoyed the half chicken with vegetables.
Crowded on a saturday night, but we found quieter seating at the tall tables near the bar. Drinks were great and service was too. Loved the squid (super flavorful and moist - but the presentation could be improved) chicken bowl - good, and the burratta was tasty but should not have been served without basil, on shredded romaine.
Would definitely come again .
Other than a VERY noisy infant (causing our party to move to a quieter section), all was good at this local spot where we have been going since they opened many years ago. Always dependable and their new menu is a winner. Best martinis in town and the lobster roll is EXCELLENT!
A reliable local place for dinner. The food is generally fine and the service is attentive. Nothing particularly innovative on the menu--my sense is that is has remained pretty much unchanged over the past several years. Certainly a safe choice for a pleasant meal and considerably less crowded than the more recently opened Village Social (but probably a cut below in terms of the food).
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