Eat With Your Eyes: Port Chester's Rye House

A visual guide to brunch offerings at this new Port Chester restaurant (a Westchester expansion of the location in Manhattan’s Union Square).

Rye House
126 North Main Street
Port Chester

Cuisine: Regional American complemented by craft cocktails and small-batch whiskeys  

Brunch Prices: $8-$18

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Photo by Oxana Chernyshova

Warm olives and steel blues combine to lend a modern, contemporary feel at Rye House

Photography by Karlie Reitano

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Rye House’s Manhattan location is famed for its craft cocktails, and the new Port Chester branch doesn’t disappoint. The Negrosa pairs OJ, sweet vermouth, juniper, rosemary, and Champagne for a bubbly concoction; there are also standards like the Bloody Mary, of course. 

Baby kale salad with toasted almonds, dried apricots, and aged goat cheese.

Stuffed brioche French toast

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The Southern Benediction pairs poached eggs, barbecue brisket, and Creole hollandaise, all on top of an English muffin.

Above photo by John Bruno Turiano

The Pittsburgh, with grilled andouille, provolone, house slaw, and hand-cut fries on toasted bread, is an homage to the famous sandwiches at Primanti’s in The Steel City.

Steamed beef buns

Smoked duck with frisée, whiskey-soaked cherries

Cuban sandwich—ham, pulled pork, pickles, Gruyère, aioli, and mustard, on ciabatta

Bucatini with meatballs

Crab fried rice

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