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Where to Find Amazing All-Day Breakfast in Westchester County


Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or a feast for the family, these restaurants serve up the most important meal of the day all day.

By Aliya Bashir and Julia Mallon

Face it: Sometimes you just want pancakes for dinner. There’s no shame in that. The shame would come from not indulging in these impulses every so often at one of Westchester’s premier all-day breakfast locations, places that understand where you’re coming from.

To that end, we’ve compiled a list of restaurants that serve up the most important meal of the day all day. We think it’s perfect for anyone who craves French toast at dusk, and for the breakfast foodies whose mornings don’t go over-easy.

Bluestone Lane

125 Westchester Ave, White Plains; 718.374.6858

Walking around The Westchester certainly brews up an appetite. Refuel in the food court with the most photogenic avocado toast and iced lattes by Bluestone Lane. This best-dressed toast features avocado smash with cherry tomatoes, feta, prosciutto, and a sprinkle of chili flakes on multigrain toast. Other items from the all-day breakfast menu include salmon toast, the sunshine burrito, and the clean and lean protein bowl.


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25 Main St, Tarrytown; 914.909.5212

Brunch s’more, worry less! If campfires are your favorite part of summer, head into the heart of Tarrytown to try these s’mores pancakes with toasted marshmallows and chocolate sauce from Eatarry. Other standout items include the lemon ricotta pancakes with lemon glaze and the savory breakfast grain bowl with oats, spinach, mushrooms, parmesan, and basil pesto topped with a poached egg.


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The Granola Bar

96 Purchase St, Rye; 914.709.4229

Dev-oat a morning to yourself with a mouthful of your favorite toppings on oatmeal, a granola bowl, or a parfait from The Granola Bar. Other n-oat-able dishes for all-day breakfast include the sweet potato pancakes, challah French toast, almond chicken salad wrap, and avocado grilled cheese. (It also has vegan yogurt, and vegan and grain-free granola.)


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1 Bloomer Road, North Salem; 914.669.8275

A botanical oasis awaits you for all-day breakfast in North Salem. Invite your buds to dine under a canopy of flowers and vines at this lowkey café and florist shop. Try the Healthy Wrap with egg whites, turkey, Swiss cheese, and avocado on a wheat wrap, or the Oh Honey Honey with smashed avocado, chicken salad, pico, and honey mustard drizzle on sourdough.


468 Bedford Rd, Pleasantville; 914.747.8191

For a taste of Paris in Westchester, marche on into this family-owned and -operated café for homemade brioche French toast, a croque madame of eggs, ham, bacon, or sausage, and choice of cheese on a freshly baked croissant, or a GF (or not) treat from the bakery.

The Kitchen Table

71 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge; 914.764.3773

Smack dab in the middle of quaint shops and specialty boutiques, this farm-to-table eatery is a local fave for a bounty of brekkie offerings from traditional bacon and egg platters and BECs (with farm eggs and applewood-smoked bacon, natch) to high-brow avocado toast and smoked salmon with caper jam on crisp ciabatta to the down and dirty breakfast burritos, huevos rancheros, and sweet Nutella toast.

Maple & Rose

690 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck; 914.222.4151

This hybrid café and coffee shop offers a specialized and simplistic all-day breakfast menu that showcases fresh ingredients from local farms, and endless creativity in the kitchen. Think: eggs steamed with the espresso machine to give them a fluffy, creamy texture; Belgian waffles born from an overnight yeast-risen batter yielding a sourdough-like quality; and house-made granola, available for purchase in the marketplace. Avocado toast, topped with brightly pickled onions, lemon juice, and Aleppo pepper flakes, is a particular crowd pleaser.


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On The Way Café

34 Ridgeland Terrace, Rye; 914.921.2233

On The Way Café is on the way to your heart with banana walnut pancakes and organic egg white frittata made of sautéed mushrooms, onions, tomato, and goat cheese served with toast. Earning its name for being conveniently located off Playland Parkway, this restaurant is the perfect stop before an action-packed day.


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Parkway Café

52 E Parkway, Scarsdale; 914.723.9008

Park yourself at the counter of Parkway Café and watch as your sweet potato, fruit, or flaxseed pancakes are flipped to perfection on the griddle. If you’re feeling retro, choose to sit in one of the classic red vinyl booths as you taste one of Victor’s famous omelets. No matter where you sit, this locally owned, all-day breakfast post will have you feeling full and like family.

Stanz Café

26 Chatsworth Ave, Larchmont; 914.833.9760

Starting out as a small storefront, this family-owned chow spot has matured into a full-on brunch café brimming with elevated, Insta-worthy grub. Among the omelets and sammies, specials include bacon, egg, and cheese between two Belgian waffles drizzled with Vermont maple syrup and a pork belly and poached egg sandwich topped with fresh microgreens.


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The Tasty Table

21 Campwoods Rd, Ossining; 914.762.4000

The Ossining community has been making sweet and savory memories at 21 Campwoods Road since the 1950s. Now, we can’t stop talking about the 2021 Best of Westchester winner for Best Brunch. The Tasty Table has something for everyone in the family on the all-day menu. From breakfast burritos to breakfast pizza, from crab Benedict to acai bowls and buttermilk pancakes, this neighborhood hub is suitable for anyone with a breakfast obsession.


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