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Manhattan's Dig Inn Opens in Rye


Just over the border in Rye...

Dig Inn, a highly successful natural restaurant with 13 locations in Manhattan and one in Boston is opening its first suburban venture on January 12th at 112 S. Ridge Street at the Rye Ridge Plaza. Dig Inn mindfully sources ingredients to deliver wholesome meals at a reasonable price, democratizing good, food. Along with the company's signature menu with farm fresh options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this location will include new and unique features specifically created for Westchester County.

The Rye location will feature family packages, long tables for communal noshing, private nooks for working and reading, and cooking classes with our head chefs. In addition, it will offer an intimate 10-seat chef’s counter, serving vegetable-forward entrees, including mushroom tartare on flax crackers, and black lentils, grilled chicories, and butternut squash conserva…perfect for date night.

Dig Inn will donate 50% of opening day sales to the American Farmland Trust (AFT). Since 1980, AFT has helped protect five million acres of farmland from development, including nearly 200,000 acres in New York. To learn more about AFT’s mission to protect farmland, promote sound farming practices, and keep farmers on the land, visit

The new Rye concept also includes:

  • Little Digs: Dig Inn seasonal options for the little ones: mini marketbowls, crispy quinoa chicken nuggets, almond butter and banana sandwiches, and a range of house-made snacks.
  • Deli Bar: Dig Inn's first "grab-and-go" deli section where diners can order made to-go proteins, market sides, and snacks.
  • Vegetable Charcuterie: Inventive vegetable-forward appetizers: Yukon Gold potato terrine, crème fraiche, Asian pear, and smoked salmon.

Check out Rye’s newest restaurant that is fully committed to the farm-to-table concept.

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Reader Comments (2)

This is awesome! I've been to several Dig Inns in Nyc which are like Chipotle but a million times better. Please come to Stamford. This would be perfect in Harbor Point!

January 12, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterLys

ok whatever, a nice stuff here.

January 17, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterintab

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