What’s New (Oct. 2011)

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Westchester Table Tennis Center

If you have any doubt that table tennis takes skill stop by the new table tennis center at 175 Tompkins Ave., in Pleasantville and be wowed by the pros! Owned by Will Shortz and managed by Robert Roberts, one of the top 25 players in the United States, this 13,000-square-foot center features 18 table tennis tables in a clean, classy, comfortable setting. Open seven days a week and suitable for all ages and skill levels, the center also offers individual lessons, group training sessions, special programs and party rooms. For further information and fees call 741-0738 or visit www.westchestertabletennis.com.


Super Why Paint App

PBS Kids has launched a new app for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch featuring all the fun of Super Why, the hit television show! Kids can explore the color wheel and enjoy 48 coloring pages of the superhero sidekicks. They can even create their own paintings on screen. These paintings can be saved and added to a photo reel, emailed, or uploaded to Facebook to share with friends and family. With the help of their favorite Super Why friends, kids will explore the colors of the rainbow and much more, all from your mobile


Chop’t Creative Salad Company

Stop by Chop’t in the Rye Ridge Center in Rye Brook and see what New York City and Washington D.C. locals have been raving about for years. Chop’t is a unique salad bar that allows customers to choose from numerous toppings and dressings. The ingredients are then chopped with a mezzaluna chopper to create the mixed salad of your dreams. Alternatively, customers can choose from one of the Chop’t Classics, such as the Santa Fe, Palm Beach Shrimp, Modern Greek or Fall Classic. The salads can also be wrapped up in a flatbread if sandwiches are more your style. The best part about Chop’t is the “better is better” philosophy, meaning that better ingredients make better food. The eco-friendly restaurant uses all farm fresh and organic vegetables, and the “freebird” chicken is antibiotic, hormone and cage free so you can feel good about that delicious salad you’re eating.


The Black Cow Coffee Company

Black Cow Coffee has opened its second location at 7 Wheeler Ave., in Pleasantville. In a world of chain coffee giants, Black Cow is decidedly different, a neighborhood place featuring local art, music and an immense selection of exotic coffees and interesting blends. Selections are updated online at blackcow.com daily. If you’re in the mood for something other than coffee, they have teas, hot chocolate, Italian sodas and chocolate milk for kids available. Or try the namesake Black Cow, a blend of espresso and steamed chocolate milk.

Updated 3:26 pm, April 4, 2012
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