Port Chester, New York was once a bustling, prosperous harbor town and is now an ethnically diverse gastronomical haven in Westchester County. The town was originally called "Saw Pit" after the saw mill that was the main source of income during the infancy of our nation, but became an important county asset during the Revolutionary War. With its harbor and subsequent shipbuilding industry, Port Chester was an important military post. Now, Port Chester is where Westchester residents go to eat, boasting restaurants such as Mario Batali's The Tarry Lodge.
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