Inside: F.A.B in Mount Kisco
F.A.B. combines the old and the new in its location in Mount Kisco. The French style restaurant is decorated like a Parisian cafe and an American restaurant, with wicker chairs and small tables mingling with banquets and four-tops. The bar is marble but the beer is domestic, and the sweet paintings above the liquor slide open to reveal flat screens.
This blending also finds its way to the menu. Chef Felipe Milanes uses French technique in the kitchen, but as the seasons change, so does the food. In colder months, the menu stays more traditionally French, with coq au vin and steak frites. But when the weather warms up, the menu gets lighter and according to Milanes, more "American." Along with lunch and dinner, F.A.B. is also open for breakfast and brunch.
Metromix takes a look inside the popular eatery.