It is a great privilege to feature John Shearer’s beautiful pieces in our dining rooms,” Branigan said. “His photographs come to life and add vibrancy to our interior, and we are grateful to be able to house the art of one of Westchester’s photography icons.
Mount Kisco, NY (PRWEB)
September 28, 2017
Winston, a tri-level restaurant located in downtown Mount Kisco offering Modern American fare, has recently unveiled new offerings and features. Adding to the popularity of its Wednesdays at Winston weekly live musical performances and Thursday Ladies Nights, changes in management, a back-to-school promotion that parents will appreciate, refreshed menu items and the ever-hip rooftop, the New Winston is a breath of fresh air to the Westchester dining scene.
Management: Winston is proud to formally announce the appointment of Jimmy Branigan as the restaurant’s new general manager. Branigan joined Winston following more than eight years as general manager of Morello Bistro in Greenwich, Conn. Branigan also previously served as general manager of Terra Ristorante Italiano in Greenwich for 10 years.
“From working alongside acclaimed Chef Michael Williams and the rest of our outstanding staff to meeting our new and returning patrons, I’m thrilled to bring my experience to Winston,” Branigan said. “We look forward to sharing the high-quality Winston experience with each of our guests.”
“Back-to-School” Kids Menu Promotion: With the school year starting, family dinners are even more important for spending quality catch up time. Beginning in September, Winston will offer a $12 for 12 and under menu. Served with a drink and ice cream dessert, family favorites like hamburgers, Pasta Reggiano, cheese quesadilla, and chicken fingers are all $12 for age 12 and under.
The Décor: The walls of Winston have received a sunny makeover. The warm brick interior walls now don a series of sunflower photos by former LIFE photographer and Katonah resident John Shearer. Shearer was named Photographer of the Year in 1972 and his work has been featured in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MOMA, and the Whitney Museum.
“It is a great privilege to…