5 Fab Brunches in Rye to Linger Over This Weekend

Had a long week? Nothing a few mimosas and some eggs won’t fix.



La Panetière

530 Milton Rd; 914.967.8140

Say “bonjour” to brunch at this fine-dining, contemporary French restaurant housed in a historic home. Served Sundays only, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., the $45 prix-fixe brunch starts with a basket of viennoiseries (baked goods).

Then, choose one from appetizers, such as baked escargots in garlic custard or cream of butternut squash soup, and one main (egg-topped croque madame or poached eggs in red-wine sauce, for example). End with a coconut piña colada éclair. Did we mention the menu includes a complimentary Bloody Mary or a glass of wine of prosecco?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Rafele Rye

26 Purchase St; 914.481.8417

Looking to step away from the traditional American brunch offerings and try something Italian? At this Neapolitan-inspired restaurant the weekend brunch starts at noon and features homemade pastas, pizzas, and a list of egg dishes.

Order the pizzaiola-style poached eggs in tomato sauce with melted mozzarella and toasted bread, or try the Bolognese pizza, topped with crispy fried eggs and Calabrian chilies.

 

Ruby’s Oyster Bar & Bistro

45 Purchase St; 914.921.4166

Although the raw bar is a delight at this vibrant bistro, there’s something to be said about their weekend brunch, offered Saturday and Sunday until 3:30 p.m.

Along with classic buttermilk and blueberry pancakes, brunch goers can opt for corned beef hash and eggs, a traditional eggs Benedict, or huevos rancheros. Plus, every Sunday until 3:30 p.m., Ruby’s offers half-priced wine.


Photo courtesy of Ruby’s Oyster Bar & Bistro

 

Rye Roadhouse

12 High St; 914.925.2668

Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., step into this restaurant in a residential part of Rye for its Cajun-Creole brunch. Start with classic brunch drinks, such as Mike’s Bloody Mary and the Roadhouse Mimosa.

Then, pair them with Southern favorites, including poached eggs with homemade andouille hash, buttermilk biscuits with sausage gravy, or chicken and sweet-potato waffles served with chipotle-maple syrup.

 

Village Social Kitchen & Bar

67 Purchase St; 914.612.4267

This rustic-chic gastropub serves weekend brunch starting at 11:30 a.m. Enjoy classic brunch staples like French toast or a modern avocado-toast Benedict, or indulge in Chef Mogan Anthony’s hangover ramen bowl with bacon, cheddar, chicken and togarashi — the perfect cure after a night out.

Also on the menu: brunch pizza, loaded with potato, chorizo, scrambled eggs, sour cream, scallions, and mozzarella cheese.

 

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