Brunch at Cafe of Love

Located within walking distance of the Mount Kisco train station, Cafe of Love is a great spot to meet up with my Westchester friends.  The restaurant rests just off the main street with a nice large patio out front and a comfy wooden bar inside.  It was way to cold for al fresco dining last week so we grabbed a spot indoors for brunch. 

The menu is all farm to table with a listing of the local farms where the food is actually sourced.  The chef actually began this restaurant as a spin off from her soup shop Ladle of Love.  You can still find one or two soups on the menu along with a nice variety of salads and some grown up sandwiches like the Pastrami Reuben and a Wild Mushroom Burger.

Carrie's Arugula and Roasted Root Vegetable salad was awesome.  Little pieces of parsnip and beet studded the plate, giving the bitter greens that much needed sweetness with the addition of a maple-cider vinaigrette.

My Organic Fines Herbs Omelet was also delicious...not quite as healthy as Carrie's option mine was stuffed with swiss cheese and spinach then served with a small mesclun salad on the side.  Everything was fresh and simple...not food that will blow your mind but food that feels like it made with lots of care and of course "love".  

Cafe of Love