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Maya: Brunch in Westchester (with Drinks)

jhopp217 | Dec 2, 201005:46 AM     4

I recently went to Maya (formerly Casa Maya) in Scarsdale for brunch, because a group of us was looking for an all you can drink brunch. The deal there was almost ridiculous. I also think management told the bartender to disappear a few times, because there were numerous times a number of us had empty glasses. That being said, on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30-3:30, you receive an appetizer (I split chicken flautas and quesadillas with someone) an entree (I had huevos rancheros) and a dessert (I skipped it). On top of the food, you have a choice of unlimited margaritas, mimosas, sangria or bloody marys. For me it was all that food and six or seven margaritas for a total of $20.99. I don't think I could beat that (although a more attentive bartender might have seen me drink 9-10 margaritas.

Any other brunch specials in lower Westchester comparable?

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Casa Maya
706 Central Park Ave, Scarsdale, NY 10583

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