“There’s a real community spirit here—I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.”
“This is a neighborhood where people of all ages, backgrounds, and cultures feel at home.”
“Dining at the village restaurants is great way to feel part of the town and support your neighbors—there are so many you can walk to.”
Nestled between Manhattan and White Plains in highly desirable Westchester County, Tuckahoe provides easy access to each city while having plenty of its own to offer. Quaint by nature, it’s centered on a Village Square and a charming Main Street of neighborhood shops and restaurants.
Tuckahoe is widely regarded as one of the best places to live in and around New York City. Though surrounded by parks and close to the Hudson River to the west, its urban feel provides a sense of community, where almost anything is within walking distance and annual festivities are celebrated by all.
Shopping in the area.
Main Street boutiques include Chic Dreams, Antiques & Consignments on the Square, and others. LOLA New York, Wooden Sleepers vintage clothing, and Bella Fiore stand toward the north side of the community. A short drive leads to upscale Ridge Hill Mall, Yonkers Gateway Center, or Vernon Hills Shopping Center.
Local grocery shopping spots include the Main Street Convenience Store and Pablo P Grocery, while Stop & Shop, Acme, Whole Foods, and ShopRite of Scarsdale are within easy reach.
Bars and restaurants nearby.
Popular neighborhood bars include Broken Bow Brewery, Tuck’d Away, Growlers Beer Bistro, Jack’s, and, a bit farther away, Piper’s Kilt.
There’s an abundance of Italian eateries to choose from, such as Angelina’s, Villaggio Pizzeria, Roma (since 1931), and the more modern ODO. Other cuisines are represented by The Burrito Poblano, Foo Chow, casual Japanese spot Kaji, and Joe’s Quarry Inn.
Community service opportunities.
Engaging with the surrounding neighborhood is a cornerstone of every Veris Residential community. The Eastchester Community Action Program helps hold food drives and other philanthropic efforts year round.
Community Fund of Bronxville Eastchester Tuckahoe provides grants and other support for a variety of agencies and programs serving the community. The Bronx River – Sound Shore Audubon Society helps restore and preserve the Hudson River shoreline. Area houses of worship and schools can always use volunteers as well.