Readers' Choice: Best Place for a Mother's Day Brunch

With one of the most important calendar days of the year approaching, Patch asks its readers to choose where they would go for the best Mother's Day Brunch in town.


Ahhh Mother's Day!  The holiday where no matter how old you are, sons and daughters alike can shine, paying tribute to the matriarch of the family and the one who in most cases, lets face it Dads, keeps the bird's nest together through thick and thin.

In Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe, many choices arise out of the dozens of eateries that a person can choose from for a Mother's Day brunch and with this week's Readers' Choice, Patch want to hear from you as to what place is best for making Mom feel as special as possible on Sunday May 13.

Here are a few choices to get us going but feel free to add your own choices in the comments section below and also be sure to cast your vote and share this article with your friends as Patch tries to find the most popular destination for Mother's Day Brunch.

  • - Bronxville
  • - Tuckahoe
  • - Bronxville
  • - Bronxville
  • - Tuckahoe

Voting in the poll below is open until 5 a.m. Friday. Official rules for the Readers Choice contest can be found in the PDF to the right of this article. We will announce the winner at noon Friday.

Josh Semendoff April 30, 2012 at 12:25 PM
My money would have to be on The Olde Stone Mill. How can you not impress someone after having a meal there?
Carmen Blessey May 03, 2012 at 04:28 PM
Best place is Underhills Crossing. Food is great, the place is always immaculate and the decor is beautiful!
Julia LaVerde May 03, 2012 at 08:17 PM
Are any of these places offering Mother's Day specials?


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