What to eat in North Salem this weekend.

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Photo courtesy of 121 Restaurant.

The weekend is upon us, and spring is in the air. If you find yourself itching to get out of the house and you're ready to leave the cooking to somebody else, North Salem's local businesses are ready to feed hungry community members. Below, some local options to feed yourself and your family morning, noon and night this weekend.

Breakfast

You'll want to wake up for Harvest Moon Farm & Orchard's migas breakfast: scrambled eggs with cheese, onions and tomatoes served in a corn tortilla bowl. Pair it with a steaming cup of Irving Farm coffee, now brewed on site. If you've got kids in tow, they'll love the Nutella wrap.

Lunch

Have time for a leisurely mid-day meal? The Creek has you covered with the perfect brunch menu. Sweet tooth-ers may opt for the vanilla spiced brioche french toast. Brunch traditionalists will appreciate three variations of eggs benedict to choose from. The outdoor patio is a perfect spot to linger as the days get warmer.


Dinner

121 Restaurant has a new menu. If you're looking to treat yourself after a long covid winter, the Waygu strip steak with rosemary marble potatoes might be right up your alley.  Still waiting on a vaccine and not yet ready to venture out in public? Purdys Farmer and the Fish offers a dinner box for two. For $105 per box, you'll receive samosas, a spinach salad, Kerala chicken curry, chai panna cotta and a signature cocktail. Local delivery is available.

Tell us, what do you plan to eat in North Salem this weekend?

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