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Armonk NY

Armonk is a hamlet of the town of North Castle, With less than 5000 residents, the hamlet occupies 6 square miles between Chappaqua and Greenwich, Connecticut.


Armonk is known for its cross between quiet county life and New York City chic. For a tiny town, it has several award-winning restaurants, bars, and shops. With Westchester County Airport is located only 10 minutes away, the hamlet is perfect for the travelling family. To commute to the city, Armonk residents use the North White Plains or Chappaqua stations, both about a 15 minute drive.


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The community of Armonk is tight-knit and nostalgic. Armonk is home of the IBM World Headquarters. You can find the 283,000 square-foot glass and stone building at the top of the Kensico Lake.

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For the Kids

The North Castle Public Library is located in Armonk and has one of the most charming children’s rooms in the Westchester Library System. It hosts weekly programs for children of all ages. First Five Learn and Play is a holistic learning emporium that features art, gym, and classroom activities. There are also several annual kid-friendly events, such as the Fol-De-Roi festival, which literally means “foolishness.” The Lions Club sponsors this fair that takes place in Wampus Brook Park and features local food, drink, and entertainment and midway rides for children.


Armonk’s recreation programs are tied into the town of North Castle. Once glimpse at the 40-page town brochure will assure you that there’s plenty to do. There’s a town pool and community center as well as several sports programs including baseball and softball. Adults can take volleyball, yoga, tennis and pilates. Or zen out with a watercolor class. Rent a rowboat on Wampus Pond during the weekends.

Food & Drink

Armonk NY & Surrounding Area

Top 10 Restaurants

  • Fortina

  • 401 Reviews

  • Phone: +19142730900

  • $$  Italian

  • The Beehive

  • 327 Reviews

  • Phone: +19147650688

  • $$  American (New)

  • Moderne Barn

  • 341 Reviews

  • Phone: +19147300001

  • $$$  American (New)

  • Made in Asia

  • 41 Reviews

  • Phone: +19147303663

  • $$  Sushi Bars

  • Sugar Hi

  • 33 Reviews

  • Phone: +19142734777

  • Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

  • David Chen

  • 111 Reviews

  • Phone: +19142736767

  • $$  Chinese


Shopping in Armonk is spread out over Main Street and Armonk Bedford Road. There are plenty of great boutiques including Table D’Hote, which sells everything you need for a beautifully dressed dining room table, LaGravinese Jewelers, and Hickory & Tweed, the go-to for ski and cycling apparel. Search for the latest trends at Trugrace Fashion Lounge. Jagger & Jade is an upscale children’s clothing boutique. For fun accessories and gifts, you can’t beat ROCKS. Or check out the collection of designer bags on consignment at Luxe Luxury & Labels. And if you want to be the best guest at the party, stop by Tasteful Treats & Treasures Gift Baskets. This is no edible arrangement! They’ve got a carefully curated collection of fantastic gifts and gourmet treats so wonderful, you’ll want to thank yourself! They create baskets for all occasions.


200 artists participate in the annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show of fine art and crafts. The Armonk Players is a community theater group that stages productions and readings. The Lighthouse Youth Theater opened in 2006 and encourages kids from all over the county to get involved in the arts. There are programs for kids from preschool to high school. The Dramabee preschool programs fosters language development, social skills and creative learning through play-based theater exercises. The Armonk Center for Dance teaches students in grades K-12.


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North Castle, the parent town of Armonk, gets its name from the barrier wall that stood in Armonk, built by the Siwanoy tribe for protection. The Underground Railroad operated a station between Armonk and North White Plains. Armonk used to be home to an airport that attracted aviation aficionados to see the weekend air shows. Charles Lindbergh is one of the famous flyers that landed there.


Frosty Day is a celebration of the winter children’s song. Legend has it the song takes place in Armonk, as Steve Nelson, the song’s lyricist, was a frequent visitor to Armonk from his home in nearby White Plains. In 1950, he wrote the song’s lyrics; it was the same year that he was looking for land in Armonk on which to build his new home. Now every year a parade goes down Main Street past the “Village Square” mentioned in the song. It ends with a holiday lighting ceremony.