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6 Delectable Places to Get Brunch in White Plains

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White Plains is known for its night scene, but these brunch offerings are sure to get you there before 3 p.m.

Lilly’s

169 Mamaroneck Ave
914.997.5600
Who said that pizza and pasta are just for dinner? Here, Lilly’s serves up breakfast renditions of both: Morning Lilly Pizza is topped with corned beef, potatoes, fontina, truffles, and a poached egg; Breakfast Pizza is topped with BEC, onions, and peppers; and Breakfast Pasta with broccoli rabe, breakfast sausage and scrambled eggs. For a sweeter treat, try the banana flambé pancakes (maple syrup and whipped cream) or the cinnamon raisin French Toast.

As for the basic orderers, don’t fret, avo toast, eggs benny, soups, and salads (Mesclun and Tuscan Kale, amongst others) are also on the menu. Complimentary Mimosa or Bloody Mary with any brunch order.
Brunch offered Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m

 

freebird kitchen and bar

161 Mamaroneck Ave
914.607.2476
Consistent with the restaurant’s Southern flair, a la carte biscuits served with creamy pimento cheese, honey butter, or sage sausage gravy are a must. Pancakes and French toast come in sweet flavors like cookies n’ cream, churro, and bourbon peach.

Craving something a little greener? Try the Root To Leaves salad (fried beet greens, pickled beet shoots, goat cheese), or the many renditions of avocado toast (topped with brisket, smoked salmon, or pickled veggies). Truffle parm grits and cauliflower mash serve as warm sides.
Brunch offered Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

 

Little Drunken Chef

91 Mamaroneck Ave
914.615.9300
With cheeky offerings like the Hakuna Frittata, Quiche-and-Tell, and Kiss My Hass Avocado Toast, LDC’s internationally-influenced menu also includes Indian brunch menu —Keemo Pao with minced lamb, fried egg, roasted spices, and Chole Bhature with street-side chickpea masala, roasted spices, and fluffy, fried leaved bread.

And at one of Bonnie Saran’s “Little”s, don’t forget the little ones: a kids’ brunch menu is available (mini Nutella banana waffle, campfire waffles, and chicken tenders with fries). Drinks flow here with bottomless mimosas, Bellini, and red and white sangria.
Brunch offered Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

Brazen Fox

175 Mamaroneck Ave
914.358.5911
Morning favorites at this happy-hour hotspot include apple cider French toast, with pecan streusel and a hard cider glaze, brioche toast cream cheese custard casserole, and strawberry waffles topped with strawberry-whipped cream, Toll House pancakes with chocolate chips. For more savory options, try the Jack Daniels burger and hand-cut fries, popular chipotle hashed sweet potatoes, and well-liked goat cheese and pear salad topped with candied walnuts.

For a boozy brunch, order the Marilyn Monroe martini and Morning Mango, made with Captain Morgan and triple sec.
Brunch offered Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 

Hudson Grille

165 Mamaroneck Ave
914.997.2000
A twist on the classics is the idea: crispy Brussels sprouts are made with Granny Smith apples and pomegranate glaze and crabcake BLT is made with fresh lump crab and roasted garlic aioli and served with fresh-cut fries; and filet Benedict is served with angus beef tenderloin medallions and truffle Hollandaise  sauce. Unlimited Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s for $16.
Brunch offered Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

Serafina

199 Main St
914.288.9300
At this see-and-be seen spot, order the lemon ricotta pancakes, orange-cinnamon brioche French toast, or sunny side up eggs alla parmigiana. White pizza with fontina cheese, sunny side up eggs and spinach topped with truffle oil makes for a shareable dish. Cocktails include the brunch staples: sangria, mimosas, Bellini, and Bloody Mary’s.
Brunch offered Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

 

Related: If You’ve Never Tried Pizza For Breakfast, Lilly’s In White Plains Is The Place To Start

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