Podcast

Episode #6 – “THE WET SPOT & DAN ZOLTNICK with a ‘K'” We eat a delicious meal at Stone Fire in Mt. Kisco with Singer Songwriter Dan Zlotnick and Comedian Chrissie Mayr. Frank and Liz talk about Westchester’s sexiest musicians.

Episode #5 “DATING IN WESTCHESTER”  Liz and Frank are joined this week by singer Mary Elissa and comedian Kaitlyn Murphy to talk about dating in Westchester. This episode was filmed at the lovely Z Prime Italian Steakhouse in White Plains (the food was phenominal by the way) Music by Carlo Fragnito

Episode #4 “PLEASANTVILLE MUSIC FESTIVAL”  This is week we met at 808 Social in Scarsdale to talk with Bruce Figler (Executive Director of the Pleasantville Music Festival) , Sean Barry (Host of The Big Barry Podcast), and Sal Cucullo (Chef and Owner of 808 Social. Liz Widulski shares he picks of the week, Bruce share stories from 15 years at Pleasantville Music Fest, and Sean puts out a missed connection report to the beautiful and mysterious woman who kissed him after a show at Lucy’s Laugh Lounge in Pleasantville last week.

Episode #3 “THE ONLY STRIP CLUB IN WESTCHESTER” This episode was filmed at the award winning Sonora Restaurant 179 Rectory Port Chester, NY Frank and Liz talk with our guests our last episode and the fall out and reaction from the fact that certain venues DON’T PAY BANDS the money agreed upon beforehand.  We also discuss upcoming music events, food, wine, and what might be the last strip club in Westchester. Rafael Palomino is an award-winner Chef.

Epsiode #2 “CLUBS/RESTAURANTS CAN’T STIFF MUSICIANS AND NOT PAY” Our second episode was recorded at the iconic Pete’s Saloon and Restaurant in Elmsford, New York. We sat down for drinks and dinner (and the best fried calamari in Westchester!) to chat about the Best Music Venues in Westchester, the business of Live Music, Pete’s Saloon, and Police Off the Cuff. Bill Cannon is a retired Sgt. Detective of Manhattan North Homocide and co-host of Police Off The Cuff, a podcast where some of the most legendary figures in law enforcement tell their stories. Jimmy Tate has performed and sang in five broadway shows. An accomplished guitarist, pianist, and vocalist; Jimmy is able to mold his voice to almost any style of music.  Pete Riekstin grew up with the love of music, and as a bass guitarist at sixteen played his first club. That’s probably where it all started. On August 15, 1977, Pete arrived in Elmsford… and stayed. Thirty-Nine Years and six major renovations later, “PETE’S” Saloon & Restaurant has become a landmark for food and music in Westchester County. PETE’S is a place to “EAT”. Under the premise that – “people must eat two or three times a day – and they may only be able to afford to dine once a week”, Pete created an affordable, home cooked menu consisting of burgers, steaks, chops, and fresh seafood that is accessible to almost any person’s daily budget.


Episode #1 “BEACHES IN WESTCHESTER – IT’S NOW $50 TO GO TO OAKLAND BEACH” Our first episode took place over drinks and delicious food (Chicken Parm Sliders! Pastrami Latkes!) at Saw Mill Tavern in Ardsley. We talk about Westchester’s best beaches, upcoming concerts and festivals, and Goumba Johnny’s show at Lucy’s in Pleasantville on Saturday, June 15, 2019