Brunch… It’s the meal you never knew you needed.
Getting up on the weekend is never easy. You’ve been running around all week with a schedule that had you booked down to the second, and now all you want is to catch a few more z’s. Except, breakfast is calling your name (and your stomach agrees). Luckily enough, you can sleep in and skip out on breakfast this weekend to try brunch instead. If you are in Rye, either a resident or just passing through, check out the brunch scene at these five restaurants.
With oysters in the name, you might be hesitant to try this brunch spot if you’re not a fan of seafood. Don’t let that fool you. Ruby’s Oyster Bar & Bistro has an extensive brunch list filled with dishes even the pickiest eaters will love. Brunch at Ruby’s is served every Sunday with half-priced wine until 3:30 p.m. If that doesn’t get you out of bed, the cuisine will. Choose from appetizers and entrees like pan fried oysters or frittata with lobster. Or, if you’re looking for more traditional breakfast selections for brunch try the egg white omelet or one of the four pancake options.
45 Purchase St., Rye
If you like to have a drink or two with brunch, The Rye Roadhouse is the place to go. Try one of the classics, like a Bloody Mary or a mimosa, or something new like the Cooter’s Transfusion or the T-Lee. Pair your delicious drink with one of the many selections from the menu including chicken and waffles, Roadhouse pancakes, High Street omelette, candied pecan coconut French toast, and more. Brunch takes place on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Kelly’s Sea level is all about the simple, classic brunch. The menu is full of choices that will satisfy any breakfast cravings. Dishes include sirloin steak and eggs with home fries, breakfast burrito, French toast or pancakes, and a make-your own omelette. You pick it and Kelly’s Sea Level will make it. Sunday brunch runs from 12 to 3 p.m., so you can hit the snooze button on that early morning alarm.
Brunch is the perfect time to be a little extra social. With that in mind, try Village Social in Rye for your next late morning or afternoon adventure. Sunday brunch takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. If you don’t like having too many choices to pick from, you’ll love the condensed menu. Choose from morning favorites like French toast and bacon, egg, and cheese, or choose a brunch classic like steak and eggs. Don’t forget to order a delicious drink to wash it all down because there are plenty of those too.
67 Purchase Street, Rye
Have you ever tried combining breakfast and pizza? Rye Grill & Bar has, and you will devour it. Sit down for Sunday brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and order a breakfast pizza made with home fries, egg, bacon, and Jack cheese. If you’re not up for trying something crazy and new just yet, there are plenty of dishes to choose from like banana and chocolate chip pancakes, scrambled eggs and sausage, or even make your own omelet. The possibilities are endless.
1 Station Plaza, Rye