Katonah, a hamlet of the Town of Bedford, is named for Chief Katonah, an American Indian from whom the land was purchased by a group of English colonists. Today’s village comprises approximately 55 buildings moved in 1897 from the original town of Katonah, an area now flooded by Cross River Reservoir. Located within an hour of New York City in Westchester County, the Bedford/Katonah area boasts a wealth of vibrant cultural attractions, eateries and food shops, parks and nature centers, energetic community organizations, and specialty shops.

Dining:

In Katonah:
The Blue Dolphin
KR Cafe
The Reading Room
Tengda Asian Bistro
Willy Nicks

In Bedford:
Bedford 234
Bedford Post Inn
Ristorante Lucia
Truck

In Pound Ridge:
Blind Charlie’s Cafe
The Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges
The Kitchen Table
North Star

Transportation:

The Katonah train station is a one-hour ride from New York’s Grand Central Terminal on the Harlem Line. To obtain a train schedule, click HERE.

Taxi service is available. Click HERE for a list of licensed taxi companies.

Arts & Culture:

Bedford Hills Historical Museum
Bedford Historical Society
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
Katonah Museum of Art
Katonah Village Library

Recreation:

Beaver Dam Sanctuary
Bedford Audubon Society
Lasdon Park and Arboretum
Mianus River Gorge
Muscoot Farm
Ward Pound Ridge Reservation
Westmoreland Sancutuary