Weekends are short – make the most of the two-day leisure time with brunch. Local chefs deliver the breakfast-lunch goods – like decadent eggs Benedict, brioche French toast, raw bar platters and more – to help extend the AM hours into the afternoon. Below, some Saturday and Sunday spots to unwind before the work week begins all over again.
They do brunch to the nines at Artistry on the Green in the Inn at Hastings Park. Located in a beautiful historic home in Lexington, that's been transfromed into a boutique inn, Artistry is the perfect place for some brunch with a side of bucolic scenery.
Availability: Sunday 11:00am - 2:00pm
555 Talbot Avenue Dorchester, MA 02124 617-825-4300
When it comes to brunch, the folks at Ashmont Grill are not playing around. The Dorchester spot is busy from the start of service right up until the end, serving up house-blend Bloody Marys and their signature dishes - the legendary grass fed burger and the open-face train-wreck fries omelet.
Availability: Saturday & Sunday 10:00am - 3:00pm
25 Edwin H Land Boulevard Cambridge, MA 02141 617-868-4444
If you've ever stopped by for Bambara for breakfast, you know they can hold their own in the early mornings. But their brunch is even better, with an expanded menu, Bambara elevates your American breakfast classics.
Start your Sunday with a delicious brunch at Bar Boulud where the menu features classics and seasonal specialty items. Dig into a Belgian Waffle with fresh berries, vanilla Chantilly cream and raspberry syrup, or treat yourself to a Lobster Scramble. You can also opt for classic French dishes like Croque Monsieur made with Parisian ham, gruyere and béchamel on toasted bread and top it all off with a refreshing brunch cocktail.
Wake up to the taste of the Italian coastline with this brunch. With Chef Colin Lynch's simple yet authentic menu you'll debate between a plate of soft scrambled egg with chive and caviar or sweetening up your morning with a warm house made pistachio donut...or all of the above.
Whether you're staying in the hotel, or just want to try out an awesome brunch spot, Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro has you covered. The hotel is two blocks from Boston Common in upscale Beacon Hill, so start your weekend morning off with an omelette or some pancakes. You can walk off the calories in the park after.
Find live Jazz music at The Beehive's brunch, the perfect accompaniment to some of the city’s most sippable cocktails. For eats, eggs shakshuka, poutine topped with short rib & poached eggs and grilled chorizo hash are among the favorites.
Brunch like the French, and start your weekend morning with croque monsieur or quiche. Bistro du Midi has a wonderful way of showcasing modern Provencal cuisine without forgetting a beloved brunch companion, the mimosa.
Start off your weekend morning right with brunch from Branch Line in Watertown. Try their bacon & egg sandwich on Iggy's bread. Plus, it's their rotating coffee program that'll really kickstart your Sunday.
The Bristol Lounge is offering brunch two ways: on Saturday's, diners can pick from the savory to the sweet from an a la carte menu, while Sunday's are set for a rotating all-you-can-eat brunch buffet.
Brunch as the Eastern Europeans would right in Union Square. Bronwyn’s weekly offerings include omelettes, schnitzels and wursts as well as pfannkuchen (German pancakes) and knödel (dumplings). There are plenty of brunchy beverages to be had and the elusive Bronburger makes an appearance so you can rest assured you’ll be well watered and fed.