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The restaurants in North Salem serve the following cuisines:
Restaurants - American New
Restaurants - Deli & Bagel Shops
Restaurants - Farm-to-Table
Restaurants - French Cuisine
Restaurants - Pizza
Restaurants - Seafood
Restaurants - American New Cuisine
New American cuisine has its roots in California cuisine. New American food, often similar to Contemporary American, emphasizes a seasonal menu. Dishes are often created based on the availability of fresh ingredients from local farmers and ranchers.
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Restaurants - French Cuisine Cuisine
Most people agree that one of France's biggest attractions is the food. French food is enjoyed and savored without being rushed. The French dine slowly, enjoying their food which is often accompanied by a number of wines.
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Restaurants - Pizza Cuisine
Almost all Americans can relate to the mouth-watering experience of biting into a crusty and piping-hot pizza dripping with melted mozzarella and juicy tomato sauce Select your favorite Pizza restaurant from our list of Pizzarias.
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Town of North Salem
Click to enlarge picture of "North Salem Horses".
The Town of North Salem is located in the northeastern corner of Westchester County, New York.
North Salem borders Somers to the west, Lewisboro to the south, Putnam County to the north and
Connecticut to the east. As of the 2010 census, North Salem had a population of approximately 5200
people and encompasses just over 23 square miles. It is noted for its open lands, lakes, reservoirs,
and many horse farms.
Click to enlarge picture of "North Salem Horse Farm".
North Salem, also known
as "horse country" is unique in its beautiful rural landscape. The North Salem Bridle Trails Association
maintains and develops the historic system of trails, which extends and connects more than one
hundred linear miles of trails in the towns of North Salem, New York and Ridgefield, Connecticut.
North Salem borders Putnam County to the north and Connecticut to the east. North Salem is
comprised of the hamlets of:
Hamlet of Croton Falls, in the northwest corner of North Salem
Hamlet of Grants Corner, in the southeast of North Salem
Hamlet of North Salem, in the western part of North Salem
Hamlet of Purdy's, south of Croton Falls in the western part of North Salem
Hamlet of Salem Center, that lies at the eastern end of the Titicus Reservoir
Village of Twin Lakes Village in the southern part of North Salem
Peach Lake Community
MTA Metro-North Train Stations
For an easy commute into Manhattan's Grand Central Station, North Salem has two
MTA Metro-North train stations. One is
located in Purdy', and the other in Croton Falls, just 47.7 miles to Grand Central Terminal. An MTA
train ride from Grand Central Station in Manhattan to either Purdy's or Croton Falls Metro-North
station in North Salem, averages 74 to 85 minutes, depending on the time of day and arrival MTA
The North Salem Town Board has five elected officials: the Supervisor (two-year term) and four
Councilpersons (four-year terms). The terms of the Councilpersons are staggered so that every two
years there is a local election for the Supervisor and two Councilpersons. Each council member has
one vote on the Town Board. Council members introduce and vote on local laws and serve as liaisons
to various Town departments and committees.
The Supervisor is the chief administrator of the Town government and is responsible for overseeing
legislation. As chief financial officer, the Supervisor prepares the annual Town budget. As Chair of
the Town Board, the Supervisor presides over all meetings. The Town Clerk is responsible for keeping
records of the Town Board meetings and all contracts and agreements the Town makes. The Clerk
processes numerous licenses and permits and also serves as the Records Management Officer, acts as
the Registrar of Vital Statistics, and is in charge of running Local Elections. The Town Clerk is elected
to a four-year term.
The North Salem Town Hall is located at 274 Titicus Road, North Salem, NY 10560.
The North Salem Justice Court is located at 274 Titicus Road, North Salem, NY 10560.
The North Salem Town Clerk is located at 266 Titicus Road, North Salem, NY 10560.
About the Schools in North Salem
The North Salem Central School District is a model public school district, identified by its focus on the
development of students of all abilities. Most of all, it will produce motivated and competent learners,
capable of solving the intellectual, emotional, and ethical problems they encounter and of reaching
their personal goals. All stakeholders, students, parents, faculty, staff, administration, Board of
Education, community, will share responsibility for student development. In their respective roles,
they will exceed expectations through a process of continually: setting challenging goals and plans,
executing them with promptness and innovation, measuring and evaluating the results, recognizing
performance, and improving. Learn more about each of the Schools in North Salem.
North Salem Bridle Trails Association
North Salem offers scenic country roads, peaceful living, and excellent schools. North Salem's natural
and bucolic landscape, with over 100 miles of riding trails, is a picture of a town that has managed to
hold back time. You will not find shopping centers, chain stores, or any indication of a business
section in North Salem. The town's laws regarding development of land areas are strict; and it
North Salem Today
Within minutes of driving into North Salem, beautiful vistas appear of rolling countryside, horse farms,
gently landscaped properties, and rural scenes of horses grazing within their corrals. A popular
outdoor activity in North Salem is horseback riding.
In addition to the rugged landscape and miles of hiking trails at Mountain Lakes Park, North Salem has
two town parks, Joe Bohrdrum Park and Volunteers Park.
Joe Bohrdrum Town Park
- Two (2) tennis courts
- Regulation size soccer field
- Two (2) baseball fields
- Children's playground
- One (1) basketball courts
- Picnic Area
Volunteers Town Park
- Regulation size soccer field
- One (1) baseball field
- Children's playground
- One (1) basketball courts
Find many things to do including invigorating outdoor activities in North Salem, New York. Enjoy
activities, attractions, and excellent restaurants in and around
hiking trails in Mountain Lakes Park.
Golf in North Salem at one of two 18
hole golf courses.
If you love birding and watching wildlife, visit the Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden where
you can go on nature walks and listen to the sounds of birds at Hammond Museum in North Salem. Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden
offer children's workshops, educational tours and stroll gardens; and is a special destination that
children and adults can visit.
Visit Mountain Lakes Park in North Salem
where you can go boating, camping, cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking or just enjoy a walk on one
of the many hiking trails in this beautiful North Salem park. End your day with a romantic picnic for
two or a family picnic with the children.
For excellent fishing, Mountain Lakes Park in North Salem is also home to the Titicus Reservoir,
offering some of the best fishing in northern Westchester. Fish species include largemouth bass,
smallmouth bass, brown trout, carp, and chain pickerel.
When it's time to eat, find a place to have dinner at one of several restaurants in North Salem or nearby areas offering excellent restaurants in
northern Westchester County.
History of North Salem
The following history is sourced from books written in a different era and time. Imagine North Salem in
the mid 19th century. Although behaviors and mores may have been different, much of the landscape
in North Salem still looks the same.
Source: A History of the County of Westchester, from Its First Settlement to the Present
Time, Volume 1 By Robert Bolton, Jr., Author of the "Guide to New Rochelle," and A Member of the
N.Y. Historical Society., New York: Printed by Alexander S. Gould, 144 Nassau Street, 1848
History of North Salem - Printed 1848
"North Salem is situated twenty four miles north of the village of White Plains, distant fifty six miles
from New York, and one hundred and twenty two from Albany, bounded north by Dutchess County,
east by the state of Connecticut, south by South Salem, and west by Somers. Its extent east and
west is about six miles, medial width four miles.
"Prior to the Revolution, the two towns of Upper and Lower Salem constituted the old township of
Salem proper, within Cortlandt's manor. The present township was erected on the 7th of March, 1788
. . ."
Learn more about North Salem before, during, and after the American Revolution at History of North Salem.
History And Antiquities
The following covers "History and Antiquities", a general collection of interesting facts, traditions,
biographical sketches, and anecdotes about Westchester County and its towns. When reading the
following, remember to keep in mind that this information has been written about two hundred years
ago. Population statistics and events have not been revised to reflect current events and
perspective. We think this adds to the historical flavor and interest of the writings, giving a different
perspective on much of this information and written in an "older world" writing style.
"Historical Collections of the State of New York", Published by S. Tuttle, 194 Chatham-
"North Salem is in the NE. corner of the county, 55 miles from New York, and 12 from Bedford. Pop.
1,161. North Salem, post village, has 3 churches, several mills and stores, and in its vicinity about 40
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