The Top 4 Brunches in White Plains
Great places for Bloody Marys and breakfasts.
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Weekend warriors rejoice! We have rounded up some of the best brunch spots in town, perfect for curing hangovers or for hanging out with friends. Dig in for the best brunches in White Plains.
Sam’s of Gedney Way
50 Gedney Way
Brunch offered Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 3 pm
Sam’s has been on the scene for over 80 years now, and there’s certainly a reason why— The brunch menu is huge. From traditional favorites like steak and eggs to beefed-up eggs benedict dishes like the “Burger Benny,” which features an angus burger instead of honey-smoked ham. Don’t waste all your time staring at the menu, though, because Sam’s offers a complimentary selection of breakfast pastries with brunch. To make your brunch even better, compliment it with an unlimited amount of Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and Bellinis.
Vintage Lounge & Restaurant
171 Main St
Brunch offered Sunday from 11 am to 3 pm
Stop by Vintage Lounge & Restaurant to put the finishing touch on your weekend for their much-loved “Sunday Fun Day Champagne Brunch.” This brunch is one worth waking up early—there’s often barely any seats left by 11:30! Vintage offers a fixed price brunch: for unlimited beverages it’s $22.95 per person and $18.95 without alcoholic beverages. Choose from Bloody Marys, Mimosas, tea, coffee, or even draft Bud Light. If you’re in more of a breakfast mood, pick up some mini bagels or muffins with a heaping side of home fries and be sure to stop by the fresh pancake station (don’t forget your toppings)! Afternoon-appropriate dishes include Shepherd’s pie, mussels marinara, and a variety of salads.
Emma’s Ale House
68 Gedney Way
Brunch offered Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 am to 3 pm
Known for its take on classic American comfort food, Emma’s is known for its friendly atmosphere and doggy-friendly décor. Several unique offerings include the Vanilla Bean French toast topped with sautéed bananas for $12, and a Chorizo Quesadilla for $13. If you’ve got a hankering for a traditional breakfast, there’s house-made corn beef and hash with poached eggs, home fries and hollandaise sauce, all for just $12.
165 Mamaroneck Ave
Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm
The atmosphere at Hudson Grille is casual, yet elegant—perfect for Westchesterites looking for a change of pace in their typical brunch fare. If you go during the warmer months, be sure to dine al fresco on the outdoor patio that’s open year-round. The menu at Hudson Grille is not filled with your average diner dishes, but rather gourmet bites at a reasonable price. For health-conscious patrons, try the open-faced egg-white omelet for $14 or sweet potato waffles with fresh fruit for $12. If you’re feeling particularly fancy, indulge in the filet benedict, featuring beef tenderloin medallions, poached eggs, truffle hollandaise sauce and home fries. Also noteworthy: if you brunch on a Sunday, select bottles of wine are half-priced.