FROM THE EVERYTHING CROTON MAILBOX: Wish there were more places to dine "al fresco" in Croton....
Your editor's response: Croton has numerous locations to dine (and drink) outside--now more than ever. For French Moroccan (and Sunday brunch) there's the outdoor covered patio at "Tagine" http://bit.ly/2t8Fdjs--click on the photo.
For American Pub-style food, there's Justin Thyme--click on the photo--http://www.dinejustinthyme.com/
Then there's Eatalia on Hudson--click on the link http://bit.ly/2uhuPV9
And the newly renovated Ocean House's "hidden patio" is featured in the latest edition of Westchester Magazine "Our Guide to a Summer of Fun in Westchester"--click on the link for more fun http://bit.ly/2tAFwoA
And then there's Giovanni's Italian American Delicatessen on Croton Point Avenue (click on the photo) giosdelicroton.com/
The Tavern at Croton Landing also has a small outdoor area--and was recently the Best of Westchester for its lobster roll... http://bit.ly/2tBgzcr
THE BLUE PIG has an outdoor seating area--lit at night--and The Black Cow provides outdoor benches http://bit.ly/2sy5Dg0
Ditto for Mex-to-go https://www.facebook.com/www.mextogoCrotononHudsoncom/
The Harmon Deli has seasonal outdoor seating http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2017/03/welcome-to-new-harmon-deli-photo-album.html
And Fratelli's has opened https://www.facebook.com/crotonunited/posts/843101735846859
And at THE GRANDSTAND http://bit.ly/2tI04fh
Anton has also added some outdoor seating https://www.facebook.com/AntonRestaurant/?fref=ts
In short, local businesses carve out some "al fresco" space when they can (for those I may have forgotten, an apology up front). Let's appreciate--and support them--while the "al fresco" season is still on...