The SoHo of Greenwich

Once part of Greenwich, CT, The Village of Port Chester, is considered by many as “The SoHo “of Greenwich while actually being one of the only 12 villages incorporated to New York state. This emerging, charming village serves its guests not only with a recreational life style such as movie theaters, but also with a variety of trendy and upcoming restaurants offering the most authentic food experience suitable for all tastes and budgets.

Home of the historic Capitol Theatre

The revival of The Capitol Theater brought back some unforgettable memories for an older generation where a Janis Joplin and Grateful Dead concert was an everyday event. Today the Capitol Theater, which has been entered in the National Registry of Historic Places, is the genuine playground for a younger generation as well as maintaining its core with its more mature patrons by promoting concert performances such as Steve Miller Band and Chicago to name a few.

A laidback atmosphere

The laidback atmosphere of, “bathed by the Byram River Village of Port Chester”, offers a variety of shops, which makes this village so much more unique than most places. No wonder why many health care providers, lawyers and many other professionals are choosing to relocate their practice to this conveniently located small village.