I’m envious of anyone who belongs to Armonk’s THE GYM. (Is it pretentious or a sign of quality when a name is spelled in all caps?) My triathlon team is spinning at THE GYM on Saturday mornings, and that is one nice place to exercise. The spin room looks like a stadium seating movie theater — I wasn’t sure whether we were going to ride, or watch Avatar. Why can’t we do both? Wait, Avatar‘s three hours long. Never mind.
Working out at the Hilton of gyms puts a person in a certain frame of mind, best not to be ruined with a post-workout Big Mac or something. No, what was needed was a place with clean, wholesome food.
Didn’t have to go far. Cafe Norma’s only minutes away…
Serving up soups, salads, sandwiches, juices and prepared foods, all organic.
A cup of chicken vegetable soup…
And a turkey and brie sandwich on multi-grain bread, pressed panini-style, made for a nice, light lunch.
Across the street from Cafe Norma is Tazza Cafe, which also looks interesting. I don’t know what sort of food they have there, but perhaps I’ll investigate this Saturday, after leaving, THE GYM.
387 Main St.