Appetizer or salad, entrée, and dessert, $16 (Monday to Wednesday)
6 Rockledge Ave, Ossining (914) 762-0051
Soup or salad, entrée with veggies or pasta, dessert, coffee or tea, $25 (Monday through Wednesday, 4 to 7 pm)
414 Pelham Rd, New Rochelle (914) 636-1229
For couples: an appetizer, two entrées, and dessert, $39.95; unlimited Mojitos, $10 per person
35 Main St, Yonkers (914) 920-9777
Salad or appetizer and large Margherita pie, $20
202 E Hartsdale Ave, Hartsdale, (914) 725-8400; 301 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck (914) 630-4360
“Girls’ night out” small pie and bottle of Prosecco, $29
Kids eat free 4 to 9 pm
Pasta night: appetizer and pasta, $19; 20 percent off bottles of wine
18 Chatsworth Ave, Larchmont (914) 833-0555
Arroz fritado toucinho (fried rice with bacon) at 42
Half-carafe of wine, $10; all beers two for one
Chicken fried rice with poached egg, sesame, and soy, $19
Large pie and growler refill, $25
You’re on your own.
The $9.95 brunch at this atmospheric, family-friendly Cuban restaurant near City Hall includes a potent Mimosa and dishes like coconut-milk challah French toast with fruit salad; and eggs with yuca fries and house salad. Sides and desserts are available separately, and it’s worth paying extra for coffee, which arrives with a mini pitcher of warm milk. Unlimited Mimosas for $10 per person is your call.
“But 40 bucks is good money,” I hear you say. Point well taken. But if you can take it up a notch for a day, consider what you’ll get at this Peter X. Kelly waterfront restaurant, which you’ll want to return to ASAP. Brunch includes an appetizer (such as tuna takaki and baby spinach with enoki mushrooms; fennel soup; artisan salumi with aged provolone and celery root salad), main course (eggs, salmon, steak, chicken), dessert (caramel flan, strawberry parfait), and unlimited Champagne and breads—plus they’ll be passing around coconut shrimp, roast rack of lamb, crispy tuna roll, and wild-mushroom ravioli.
71 Water Grant St, Yonkers (914) 965-1111
For $19.99 per person (minimum of two), end Sunday with soup or salad, meatballs, sausage, pork braciole, rigatoni, garlic bread, and dessert, at a local favorite.
851 Central Ave, Scarsdale (914) 472-1032
A $20 abbondanza in an Arthur Avenue atmosphere: bruschetta, mozzarella, and tomato salad, green salad, pasta with meatballs and sausage, and outstanding homemade cannoli.
501 Halstead Ave, Mamaroneck (914) 341-1620
$21 per person brings salad; rigatoni marinara with a rib, meatball, and sausage on top; and gelato; splurge on a glass of good wine in upscale surroundings.
25 S Regent St, Port Chester (914) 939-2727
$21 includes family-style appetizers, soup or salad, a large selection of entrées, and the chef’s specialty dessert and fresh fruit platter.
Bottomless BBQ, $28 ($10 for kids): Enjoy pulled pork, ribs, brisket, and other “smoker specials” from the excellent Chef Matthew Karp, a proponent of local ingredients. Magic Hat #9 and Hefeweizen Circus Boy on draft.
121 Myrtle Blvd, Larchmont (914) 834-1244
5 pm: You indulge in $3.50 Margaritas at the bar (that’s what I’m talkin’ about). Your child watches a movie and eats a kids’ meal in a separate but nearby area. You need to know more?
94 Chatsworth Ave, Larchmont (914) 833-2222