The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges

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How Jean-Georges Does Westchester

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Don’t.

Please. Just... don’t.

Don’t keep reading this. Because if you do, you’ll spend the day wishing you could teleport your way past the snow and right into Westchester’s new Jean-Georges restaurant.

You’ll probably chuckle once or twice, too. No promises, though...

Anyway: avert your eyes for The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges, a charming gray house in Westchester containing Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s latest creations. It’s now open.

Long story short: an early-19th-century house recently went on the market in Pound Ridge. Community members sought out J-G, who lives nearby, and asked him if he wouldn’t mind putting his restaurant-building acumen to work. And voilà: the Inn at Pound Ridge.

What that means for you: two picturesque stories of stone and wood (plus a candlelit private dining room) for you and your most frequent weekend-getaway partner. What you’re eating: grilled lamb chops. Diver scallops. Foie gras terrine. We suggest finagling a table near one of the four functioning fireplaces.

Though you’d probably have figured that one out on your own.

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