Mrs. Green’s Market Now Open in Tarrytown

ImageMrs. Green’s Natural Market has opened its doors in the Rivertown community of Tarrytown, NY. Mrs. Green’s offers 100 percent organic produce, all-natural meats and dairy items, artisanal baked goods, supplements, and household products.
    The market, located in the building formerly occupied by Tarrytown Gourmet, increases the town’s “green” profile and supports its existing reputation as a destination for eco-conscious shoppers. Tarrytown already boasts three farm-to-table restaurants, a natural olive oil purveyor, a natural home store, and a recently opened natural products boutique.
    With an all-organic salad bar, wholesome to-go meals and a beverage bar serving Fair Trade coffee and organic juices, Mrs. Green’s is a true one-stop-shopping experience for health conscious customers. Store hours are Monday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
    The Tarrytown store follows other recent grand openings in Hartsdale, NY, and Chicago, IL and Canada. Next on the map are Dobbs Ferry, NY, New Canaan, CT, Fairfax, VA, Princeton, NJ, and Manhattan’s West Village.

Mrs. Green’s Natural Market is located at 45 North Broadway in Tarrytown, NY. For more information on the company’s mission, current promotions and upcoming events, visit

A Taste of the Southwest and the Feel of a Bygone Era at TRUCK in Bedford, NY

Nancy Allen Roper’s farm-to-table restaurant combines the flavors of New Mexico with the heart of a truck stop


391 Old Post Rd., Bedford, NY • 914.234.8900 •

Lunch: Tuesday-Friday 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dinner: Tuesday-Thursday 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., Friday & Saturday 5:30 to 10:30 p.m., Sunday 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

TruckTRUCK is a delightful new restaurant in Bedford, New York, that brings a touch of the Southwest to the Northeast with its farm-to-table New Mexican fare. TRUCK’s atmosphere is casual and vintage, featuring old shiplap siding, reclaimed pecan floors and original antique wallpaper complementing mint green Formica tabletops and robin’s egg blue chairs. Part barn and part old-fashioned truck stop, this eatery romanticizes a look and feel reminiscent of simpler times. It takes its name, in part, from the restaurant’s location, which has been a rest stop for generations of travelers and truckers along busy Route 22.

TRUCK’s menu is inspired by the down-home cooking traditions of northern New Mexico, where the food is influenced by cowboy, Native American and Mexican cultures. This fare is near and dear to the heart of chef/owner Nancy Allen Roper, who grew up in New Mexico and began sharing her love for the Southwest nearly 20 years ago at her restaurant in Greenwich, Connecticut. TRUCK’s menu features tacos (try the “Macho Tacos” plate for a good sampling), enchiladas and signature salads, made with grass-fed beef, sustainably raised pork and organic vegetables straight from local farms whenever possible. The house margarita packs a punch and it’s no wonder they’ve named it “The Power Wagon.”

Natural Awakenings publisher Dana Boulanger calls TRUCK, “the perfect spot for an afternoon lunch or causal dinner out with friends and family.” Boulanger recommends the Posolo soup, featuring a savory blend of fresh vegetables, chicken, Monterey jack cheese and sliced avocado. “I was tempted to order a margarita after noticing the afternoon’s production of fresh squeezed limes and lemons for their signature margaritas, but that’s for another time,” Boulanger reports. “The fresh fish tacos also caught my eye, as did many other dishes, and I already have a plan to return next month for a birthday lunch.”