Eat With Your Eyes: Madison Kitchen's Mesmerizing Brunch

Throw a stone high up in the air along any Main Street in most Westchester town, and it will likely land near a restaurant that offers Sunday brunch. Which is the main reason why Madison Kitchen owner chef/owner Nick Di Bona decided to start serving brunch from 12 to 3 on Saturdays (that, and maybe a little part of him likes to have Sundays off). 

In keeping with his mostly sharable dinner menu, the brunch offerings include 18 small-plate items, plus a trio of dozen-egg frittatas (for up to four people) and Mimosa/Bellini/Sangria/Bloody Mary carafes (also for up to four).    

Madison Kitchen in Larchmont
www.mklarchmont.com
Cuisine: Seasonally Focused New American
Brunch: Small Plates $5-$8; Frittatas $16-$18  

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A trio of corn muffins with delicious honey butter is brought to your table to start things off.

 

One of three types of eggs Benedict dishes on the menu, the MK Benny adds marinara, chicken sausage, and mozzarella to traditional Benedict toppings

 

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The Italiano dozen-egg frittata, with artichokes, spinach, Parmesan, and speck, can easily feed four.

 

MK’s Bloody Mary will eliminate the drowse from your brain.

 

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The crab cake Benny.

 

Crispy brioche French toast sticks are nestled in a pool of cinnamon-cream cheese frosting and maple syrup.

 

The one dish to surely order is the breakfast pizza with house-made ricotta, crispy pancetta, and runny egg atop.

 

A coffee milkshake with house-made yeast donut.

 

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