Kanopi – Westchester’s Rooftop Private Restaurant

Kanopi is the rooftop private restaurant White Plains has needed for a long time. With over 20,000 square feet of restaurant and meeting space as well as private rooms and in-kitchen Chef’s Table dining. 

While it does not feel like the corporate meeting venue White Plains would typically offer or a Greenwich event space; the space at Kanopi is open and intimate to accommodate small to larger meetings, breakouts and larger events. Chef Anthony Goncalves and his team also offer this beautiful space for ticketed events & private dining in White Plains. 

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Westchester New York
The Ritz-Carlton Westchester

Beginning in 2018, Kanopi began to offer their ticketed White Plains Brunch atop The Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Today there is an option besides a brunch in Greenwich or a brunch Scarsdale has to offer. At Kanopi, guests enjoy the creative menu designed by Chef Anthony with panoramic views of The Hudson Valley and Long Island Sound. 

Sundays are intended for everyone to get together, a White Plains, Scarsdale or Greenwich family brunch is enjoyed up at Kanopi with some great menu options for the kids (with children’s’ pricing).

An option for dinner in White Plains, Chef Anthony and the team offer Saturday Night Brunch with a special menu specifically designed as a unique nighttime experience.

This area has so much to offer. The City of White Plains is suburban with a full accompaniment of urban amenities. A residential community of nearly 57,000, the population soars to approximately 150,000 during the day as workers, shoppers, and visitors arrive by car, rail, bus, and plane.  White Plains is Westchester's premier business market and is home to the county’s largest concentration of retail activity. With three major malls and a dynamic, revitalized downtown featuring outstanding restaurants, boutiques, arts and cultural destinations, and nightlife, White Plains is thriving. Dining out at the best restaurant in Greenwich, Armonk or Scarsdale and now White Plains.