Commuting isn't easy, especially in the wake of the recent snowstorms. If you can't wait until you get home to eat dinner, here are some places where you ca grab a bit to eat:
is located right outside the station lot. A homey Colombian cuisine is unique to most of its neighbors, spinning American favorites like steak and chicken with South American flair.
is a laid back barbecue bistro boasting slow-cooked ribs, salads, pulled pork, and hamburgers. The classic mojito and Kentucky lemonade are also jazzed up for a creative twist.
is certainly no stranger to the local dining scene. As soon as you hop off the Metro-North platform, you’re a hop skip and a jump away from this classic eatery. The menu carries sandwiches, salads, pizzas, sliders and more at mid-range prices, and with 14,000 square feet of space you may not even have to wait very long for a table.
is a brand new addition to Boston Post Road that accommodates an eclectic atmosphere of deli food and professional graffiti portraits of hip hop artists most any time of day. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week, this is a perfect pit-stop for a quick bite on the way home. Delivery is also available.
is a classic pub-style watering hole comes equipped with all the usual favorites—burgers, fries, wraps, and more—sure to satisfy any greasy-food fiend. This restaurant has been a popular spot for commuters for some time, as it is located within walking distance of this local train stop.
is in the heart of Harrison’s main drag, this casual corner offers extended hours for lunch and dinner during the week—perfect for a late night on the job. Menu includes meat, poultry, seafood and gourmet sandwiches.