CROTON FALLS, N.Y. -- Whether it’s a special occasion or simply a lazy Sunday, nothing beats the prized weekend ritual known as brunch. Where else, after all, can you pair gooey pastries and towering Benedicts with endless flutes of mimosas?
Who Has The Best Brunch In Westchester?
Croton Creek Steakhouse, Croton
Saint George Bistro, Hastings
Underhill's Crossing, Bronxville
Vintage, White Plains
Five nominees are in the running for the “DVlicious best in Westchester,” each of which is being profiled this week. What follows are some tasty morsels to chew on, giving you food for thought before you click on your favorite.
Keep in mind you can vote multiple times, albeit once per day. Voting ends 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 29th.
Why Go: The countrified, yet stylish, North Salem hamlet of Croton Falls is noted for its charm and lack of corporate logos. Located in a smallish strip mall near a fire station, this restaurant might fly under the foodie radar were it not for its juicy steaks and giant Kobe burgers. The twist it puts on its meat-centric menu for Sunday brunch and its newly renovated garden and outdoor patio make the hunt for Croton Creek worthwhile. And, conveniently, it’s just a stone’s throw from Interstate 684.
Worth Waking Up For: Romanian steak and eggs with hollandaise sauce. Their oyster or vegetarian versions of Eggs Benedict. Cobb salad with chicken, bacon, avocado, eggs and gorgonzola cheese. Beverages include Bellinis (sparkling white wine and peach nectar), Bloody Marys, martinis, and espresso.
When: Sundays, 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Prix Fixe? No. Menu items are individually priced.