What to do with Kids in Mt Kisco

Things to do with Kids In and Around Mt. Kisco

Belizzi - Located right in the center of Mt. Kisco, Belizzi’s is a pizza/pasta restaurant with an arcade attached.  Much more manageable and low key than those big chain arcade restaurants, Belizzi’s food is superior (they even offer gluten-free pizza!) and the atmosphere is definitely family friendly.

Info:  153 Main Street, Mt. Kisco 914-241-1200  www.bellizzifood.com

Grand Prix NY / Spins Bowling - Hidden in a nondescript office park off North Bedford Road, Grand Prix New York offers a dizzying and unexpected array of entertainments. With three indoor Go-Kart tracks, kids of all ages can actually drive a vehicle (accompanied by a licensed driver.) 

And there’s much more here too:

A video arcade, a SIM room with giant flatscreen monitors to give you a realistic racing experience, a bouncy castle for the wee ones, mini-golf, a 12 lane bowling alley (Spins Bowling,) with food and bar service, billiards tables and FUEL, a full-service restaurant and bar.

Info: 333 North Bedford Road, Mount Kisco, 914-241-3131
Web: www.gpny.com   www.spinsbowl.com
Hours: Mon-Wed: 3-10 p.m.; Th: 3-11 p.m.; Fri: noon-midnight; Sat: 9 a.m.-midnight; Sun: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.;
**Call first, as private events often take precedence.**

Restaurant hours: Mon-Th: 4-10 p.m.; Fri-Sat: noon-midnight; Sun: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Muscoot Farm - A “gentleman’s farm” dating back to the 1880s, Muscoot is a working farm, with animals, a farm museum, vegetable garden and hiking trails.  Muscoot appeals to every age.

Info: Located one and half miles south of the intersection between Route35 and Route 100 in the town of Somers on Route 100.

Hours:  Closed only on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years’, the Farm is open 7 days a week from 10am – 4pm.  General admission and parking are free.  Check out their website for more details at Muscoot.org

By Caroline Curvan