3 Surprising Westchester Dinners with a Breakfast Twist

PM offerings that feature ingredients traditionally reserved for the AM.


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Fortina in Armonk  is more than just pizza; how about a wood-fired prosciutto cotto frittata with baby kale and pears?

The culatello and the rancheros, one of Fortina’s signature pizza specials, is topped with pickled jalapeño, fresh egg, and provolone. To snag a pie, be sure to make reservations in advance. $16 // 17 Maple Ave, Armonk (914) 273-0900; fortinapizza.com

Polpettina plays with ingredients on its pizzas, but it also likes to flavor up its fries. The bacon-and-egg version tops taters with a sunny-side-up egg, bacon salt, and scallions. $6 (small); $8 (large) // 102 Fisher Ave, Eastchester (914) 961-0061; polpettina.com 

The orecchiette at Mima Vinoteca features egg, onion, and smoked bacon, all topped with Parmigiano-Reggiano. $18 // 63 Main St, Irvington (914) 591-1300; mimarestaurant.com

The list wouldn’t be complete without a breakfast burger—try Westchester Burger Company’s version with cheddar cheese, maple bacon, and fried egg on a pretzel bun. $14  // 275 S Ridge St, Rye Brook (914) 305-6095 // 106 Westchester Ave, White Plains (914) 358-9399 // 353 N Bedford Rd, Mount Kisco (914) 218-3200, westchesterburger.com   

 

 

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