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Mother's Day Brunch - Westchester

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Mother's Day Brunch - Westchester

marcia2 | Apr 10, 2008 08:37 AM

Where to go for Mother's Day Brunch with my husband and 6 year old?

Some thoughts on what sounds good and what doesn't:

Last year we were very happy at Le Jardin du Roi in Chappaqua. I love their French toast and then we went to the playground. I'd happily go back, but it's always fun to try something new. Looking for casual, delicious and not too ridiculously far from Rye Brook. Extra points for being in a nice downtown or somewhere else to walk around afterwards.

Absolutely not Ruby's in Rye. I think it's overhyped, over impressed with itself and nothing all that special. Also, not City Limits. I don't see what all the fuss is about. It's adequate and there's something about the one in the mall that turns my normally well behaved restaurant child into a lunatic pain.

I'm generally suspicious of buffets because I prefer my food not sitting around and don't love prix fixe, but despite all that, I'm wondering about brunch at the Flying Pig in Mt. Kisco at it's new location. The menu sounds good and not completely unreasonably priced.

X2O and BHSB are too pricey/fancy, but I don't want a diner.

How's Chiboust? I know people generally say very good things and the brunch menu looks yummy for me, but my husband prefers lunch food. Do they serve the lunch menu also on Sundays?

The menu at Sterling Inn in New Rochelle looks good, but how casual is it? Can we go in jeans or is it really nicer than that?

Maybe Beehive in Armonk.

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