From Bill Clinton to Taylor Swift, these celebrities have all enjoyed recent meals in the region. Find out who's been dining out, and where, in the Hudson Valley.
Taylor Swift: Country star Taylor Swift went on one of her first public dates with Bedford boyfriend Conor Kennedy at Marcella's Pizzeria in Mount Kisco, where the new couple chowed down a thin-crust pizza.
Bill Clinton: Chappaqua's former commander-in-chief doesn't shy away from local cuisine. He's been spotted dining at Crabtree's Kittle House in the village, Moderne Barn in Armonk, Haven in Pleasantville, and waiting in line with commoners at Little Kabab Station in Mount Kisco, where he's a regular. >>Read more about Crabtree's Kittle House
Martha Stewart: Like Bill Clinton, Katonah resident Martha Stewart is a regular at Little Kabab Station in Mount Kisco. She also recently celebrated her birthday with dinner at Bedford Post Inn. >>Read more on Little Kabab Station
Bernie Williams: The former New York Yankees outfielder and Armonk resident has been known to show up at Lexington Square Cafe and Little Kabab Station in Mount Kisco. >>Read more on Lexington Square Cafe
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively: The celebrity newlyweds have made themselves at home in Bedford and its surrounding areas, dining at the Bedford Post Inn, King Kone in Somers and Little Kabab Station in Mount Kisco. >>Read more on Bedford Post Inn
Chevy Chase: The Bedford resident often ventures out into the "Community," making at least one stop at Little Kabab Station in Mount Kisco, a little Indian shop that's turned into quite the celebrity hot spot.
Martin Scorsese: Shortly after the Academy Award-winning director "Departed" an appearance at the nearby Jacob Burns Film Center, he stopped by for a meal at the Iron Horse Grill in Pleasantville. >>Read more on Iron Horse Grill
Bill Murray: The Palisades resident has been a regular customer at X2O in Yonkers, where he's appeared both on camera (with Culinary Institute of America graduate Anthony Bourdain) and off to dine. >>Read more on X2O Xaviars on the Hudson
Tyler James Williams: The "Go On" star heads back to Scotti's Pizza in Yonkers for "straight cheese," because "that's what I love."
Rosie O'Donnell: Over in Rockland County, the former talk-show host has reportedly stopped by Casa del Sol in Nyack. >>Read more on Casa del Sol
Allison Hagendorf: The host of "The Next: Fame is at Your Doorstep" loves returning to Rockland County for all kinds of dishes. She raves about the pumpernickel bagels at Rockland Bakery in Nanuet; the glacé at Gourmet Garden, also in Nanuet; whole-wheat pizza at Turiello's in Nyack; and various dishes at blu Fig in New City. >>Read more on blu Fig