WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. --Whether it’s a special occasion or simply a lazy Sunday, nothing beats the prized weekend ritual known as brunch. Where else, after all, can you pair gooey pastries and towering Benedicts with endless flutes of mimosas?
Who Has The Best Brunch In Westchester?
Croton Creek Steakhouse, Croton
Saint George Bistro, Hastings
Underhill's Crossing, Bronxville
Vintage, White Plains
Five nominees are in the running for the “DVlicious best in Westchester,” each of which is being profiled this week. What follows are some tasty morsels to chew on, giving you food for thought before you click on your favorite.
Keep in mind you can vote multiple times, albeit once per day. Voting ends 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 29th.
Why Go: With delicious smells wafting from its fresh pancakes and omelettes stations, Vintage’s affordable buffet brunches tend to fill up fast. One patron said there were barely any seats left a half hour after the opening bell of 11 a.m. If you’re not the Bellini or mimosa type, Vintage also serves draft beer and other alcoholic beverages during brunch.
Worth Waking Up Fo r: Besides staples such as French toast, sausage, Eggs Benedict and hash browns, Vintage offers more afternoon-appropriate dishes. You can have roast beet salad, lobster ravioli, chilled shrimp, and hand-carved roast beef or ham. Dessert includes a Nutella crepe sprinkled with powered sugar with a piping hot cup of espresso.
When: Sundays, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Prix Fixe? Yes. For adults who choose the unlimited boozy beverages option, it’s $25.95. For those who don’t imbibe, it’s $19.95.