Nothing beats meeting up at the weekend with friends for some food and drinks, so we wanted to pick out the best Boston brunch spots. The foodie scene in this beautiful city has been exploding in recent years and brunch is a prime example of that.
From perfect eggs to great coffee and cocktails, there is something on this list for every type of brunch lover.
So, grab your friends, work up an appetite and get ready to eat in one of the very best Boston brunch spots… Is it the weekend yet?!
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Amongst the backdrop of an eclectic, funky, yet elegant art space, you can enjoy delicious food, sumptuous cocktails, and world-class live music every day of the week.
Great food all week long but the brunch menu really takes things to a whole new level. One of the must-do things when you are in Boston and an experience you won’t forget in a hurry.
The Friendly Toast serves breakfast, lunch and dinner all day long. Alongside the food they have a full bar with unique drinks to match (think bacon infused Bloody Marys, dreamsicle cocktails & mimosa flights).
The portions are big, the decor funky and the service as friendly as you could wish for. A truly great Boston brunch spot.
Proper home-style comfort food cooking, with a focus on big flavours and even bigger portions. They are best known for their burgers, loaded fries and bagels which are all sublime.
Add in some great craft beers and cocktails and this is the sort of place where you will be having a lot of fun.
They’ve been serving up craft beer, cocktails and wholesome cooking here since back in 2007. The fact that they are so busy with loyal customers tells you everything you need to know.
The brunch menu itself is wonderfully inventive with lots of great sandwiches, sausages and some great egg dishes.
The place to come on the list if you really want to let your hair down and treat yourself. Some of the dishes on the menu could have been created with the words “cheat meal’ in mind.
So many great options to choose from but their chicken and waffles (seen below) are very hard to beat.
Drawing on the South’s trademark charm, the restaurant offers a vibrant, cozy atmosphere with an innovative American menu featuring Southern-influences.
Portions are big, like this savoury duck confit hash featuring poached eggs, hollandaise, sweet potatoes, charred onions, and a blue cheese relish.
Not only do they have Boston’s best selection of tequila, but they also have a Latin themed menu that is packed full of exciting dishes.
An example is the crab cake egg Benedict, which often appears as a special on the menu.
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