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6 Bottomless Brunches You Should Be Hitting This Weekend


Our shortlist of the best restaurants for (classy) day drinking and copious waffle eating east of the Hudson River.

With a mix of your favorite breakfast and lunch foods — and plenty of cocktails — it’s easy to see why brunches are everywhere. The only thing that could make those eggs Benny better: bottomless drinks. Here are six Westchester spots where you can waste away your weekend with a Bloody Mary or Bellini in hand.​

Boro6 Wine Bar

Paul Molakides and Jennifer Aaronson’s Hastings-on-Hudson wine bar looks like it was made for brunching with a relaxing-chic atmosphere that will make you want to stay all day.

The Deal: Every Saturday and Sunday enjoy bottomless mimosas and Bellinis for $20 or bottomless Bloody Marys for $25.

On the Menu: Whole-wheat olive-oil waffles with macerated berries; ricotta toast with arugula and soft-boiled egg; greek yogurt with chia, granola, and fruit; and one kickass Nutella latte.

Go: 549 Warburton Ave, Hastings-on-Hudson; 914.231.9200

Alvin & Friends

Walking into Alvin & Friends for brunch is as welcoming as walking into a friend’s house — if that friend made amazing Caribbean-inflected soul food.

The Deal: Unlimited mimosas or Bloody Marys for $25

On the Menu: Caribbean-style eggs Benedict with jerk hollandaise; fried green tomatoes with soft-baked eggs and rum-cured gravlax; and buttermilk fried chicken served with braised greens and mac ’n’ cheese or over waffles.

Go: 14 Memorial Highway, New Rochelle; 914.654.6549

X2O Xaviars on Hudson

It’s no shock that when Peter Kelly does brunch, it’s full of luxurious passed hors d’oeuvres (coconut shrimp or lamb chops anyone?) and epic Hudson River views.

The Deal: The $45-per-person price tag includes unlimited Champagne, a selection of two savory courses, and dessert.

On the Menu: Black truffle risotto with Barolo syrup, miso-glazed king salmon with warm cucumbers and sake, and poached eggs cloaked in crabmeat hollandaise

Go: 71 Water Grant St, Yonkers; 914.965.1111

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City Perch

Priding itself on its use of fresh, local ingredients — and on the skill of award-winning pastry chef Sherry Yard — City Perch is the place indulge in a sweet meal.

The Deal: The bottomless Brunch Box special runs $29.99 and includes an entrée and your choice of unlimited house punch, sangria, mimosas, Bellinis, Moscow mules, or Bloody Marys.

On the Menu: Brioche French toast with bananas and candied pecans; chicken and waffles with spicy, bacon-maple syrup; monkey bread babka; and the fried-egg-topped Brunch Burger.

Go: 1 Livingstone Ave, Dobbs Ferry; 914.348.7003

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It’s got the perfect, casual-Sunday vibes, plus a menu of savory brunch dishes and beer cocktails like the Man-mosa (Pilsner and OJ).

The Deal: The $39 prix-fixe includes pastries from NYC’s Balthazar, one starter, one main, and unlimited mimosas or beer cocktails.

On the Menu: Crispy eggplant chips with wildflower honey and sea salt; shaved-porchetta sandwich with fried eggs; brunch pizza; and Nutella toast with pistachios, olive oil, and sea salt.

Go: 102 Fisher Ave, Eastchester; 914.961.0061; 147 Larchmont Ave, Larchmont; 914.341.1460

Iron Vine

This Latin-inspired menu is served in one of the county’s coolest settings: Nearly everything in the restaurant is soured from historic Peekskill.

The Deal: Add bottomless mimosas to your meal for $24.

On the Menu: Colombian breakfast with arepas, scrambled eggs, and queso blanco; huevos rancheros; and eggs Benedict with crabcakes, lobster-cream sauce, and avocado crema.

Go: 992 Main St, Peekskill; 914.930.8507