Grazing with the brunch bunch
White Horse Tavern
The White Horse started serving meals in 1673 and thus possesses precisely the ambience for a formal and elegant Ye Olde Brunch. It's probably not the best venue for bringing children, as few kids we know would enjoy the individual beef Wellington of tenderloin and pate de foie gras in puff pastry, or the lobster mac and cheese dabbed with truffle lobster oil. Traditionalists might prefer the least expensive ($13) entree of eggs Benedict, made with speck and served with potatoes Anna. 26 Marlborough St., Newport, R.I., 401-849-3600, cwww.whitehorsetavern.us. Brunch Sunday 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Entrees $13-$39.