Yorktown Welcomes Salsa Fresca With Ribbon Cutting

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Salsa Fresca Mexican Grill settled into its new Yorktown home Saturday with a ribbon cutting at 36 Triangle Center.

Co-owners John Tucker and Seth Hirschel were joined at the ceremony by Supervisor Michael Grace and Council members Terrence Murphy and Vishnu Patel.

The restaurant, which opened earlier this month, is the third for Hirschel, Tucker and Marc Miles, who have other restaurants in Bedford Hills and Millerton. Hirschel and Tucker grew up in Westchester and targeted Yorktown as a next “big step” in Salsa Fresca’s expansion.

Salsa Fresca has signature items but also allows customers to “build your own.” Customers can fill their burritos, tacos, quesadillas, nachos, salads or bowls with chicken, shredded beef, ground beef, pork, roasted veggies or rajas (peppers and onions), and can add-in rice, black beans, cheese, guacamole and more. Hirschel said his personal favorite item is a quesadilla with shredded beef, cheese and jalapenos.

Salsa Fresca is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and hours may be extended during the summer.

Courtesy of the Daily Yorktown

Published by Chris Arnold

Westchester Magazine called Christopher R. Arnold "one of New York's top political communication specialists." He manages public affairs for the Council Majority in New York's fourth largest city. For over five years, he served as a top staffer with two State Assembly members, helping each generate millions in earned media placements. He is now a Senior Advisor to the State Senate Majority who has authored over a dozen state and local laws.