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0 Mount Kisco
Mount Kisco Village, NY 10549
Reviewed by 'Richard S' on April 16, 2011
Italian-inspired ambiance with a very original menu makes it a better experience than your standard Italian restaurant. Creative thin crust pizzas make it hard to choose. Try the beatrice if you are a fig lover. Brazed beef in Amarone was a winner. Salads are really fresh. Save room for the great gelato selection. You'll think you're in Florence.
Reviewed by 'Sandro O' on January 9, 2011
Original décor, creative food and welcoming ambiance. Buon appetito!
Reviewed by 'Alison V' on January 6, 2011
Great thin crust pizza.The gelatos are fantastic. One of the owners is passionate about them!
Reviewed by 'Marilyn B' on January 5, 2011
Hip "New Italian" cafe with a Euro-pop vibe set in the old Mt Kisco train station, serving up trendy small plates designed for "grazing." Yummy salads in full or half orders, antipasti, fab little pizzas (pizzettes), and the to-die-for gelato are all palate pleasers. From early morning coffee til evening dining (later on weekends), Via Vanti! will tempt you tastebuds in a variety of ways.
Reviewed by 'Arlene S' on January 5, 2011
Cute railroad station restaurant. The only complaint I have is that the chairs are uncomfortable.
Reviewed by 'Suzanne C' on January 4, 2011
A little piece of Italia in an unlikely train station building. High quality ingredients and outstanding gelato make it worth the trip.
Reviewed by 'Gary F' on January 4, 2011
Amazing food. Menu updated consistantly. Great service and location. Gelato the best I ever had
Reviewed by 'janet o' on January 4, 2011
creative and delicious well thought out menu choices. Italian atmosphere with Venetian photographs and original Italian artwork. Pleasant and friendly staff.
Reviewed by 'SVM786' on January 3, 2011
A cozy, inviting space in the old train depot of Mt. Kisco station. Gelato seems pricey to some but just chalk it up as an 'import' fee though it is made on the premises. The owner is usually present and wants to be sure all guests are happy. Lots of regular live music. Be sure to join the Circolo for online coupons!
Reviewed by 'Dana C' on January 1, 2011
The food at Via Vanti is unique. It is a sort of gourmet Italian fusion. The dishes and ideas are things I havent seen before. The food is excellent, well prepared, tasty, and appealing to the eye. The ambiance is lovely. The ceilings are filled with Venetian blown glass chandeliers. They have 18 flavors of gelato especially made for them using their own recipes.