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.
Find Southern hospitality in the heart of Back Bay. Get transported to the Bayou by way of Buttermilk & Bourbon, which offers up New Orleans-inspired cuisine. Order some warm honey glazed biscuits, fresh beignets or their famous crawfish eggs benedict. Their brunch may have just launched in June 2017, but its already a staple around Boston.
Make your way to Jamaica Plain for a Sunday morning fiesta at Casa Verde. The Centre Street spot has a whole menu's worth of Mexican eats designed for midday dining - chilaquiles, green chorizo hash n' eggs and cornmeal pancakes, among plenty of additional goodies. Don't miss the bacon-infused bloodies!
Chickadee's brunch menu gives you the best of both worlds by balancing sweet and savory with aplomb. With options ranging from Nutella donuts and grilled banana bread to the Portuguese hammer sandwich, the weekend offerings at this award-winning Innovation District fave are well worth going out of your way for.
Start your day right and mangia at Cinquecento. Choose the prix fixe menu, which includes coffee or tea, a ricotta fritter and a glass of juice, plus your choice of a frittata, soft scrambled eggs or fig French toast — or go a la carte. Did we mention that pasta for breakfast is an option? It wouldn't be a true Italian place without it, right?
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Yes, it's pretty cool that you can order a whole pig for dinner at Citizen Public house - but wait until you see how they do brunch. After having a long night at a Sox game, grab some English pub-styled plates in the morning like their beer baddered haddock sandwich and pair it with a savory bourbon Bloody Mary. You can still order some oysters from the raw bar, too.
Reimagine the tired eggs and bloody mary combo with Citrus & Salt's fun brunch menu. The MexiCali restaurant serves up inventive items like soft serve mimosas, fried chicken and tequila waffle tacos, and warm agave biscuits. If you've got a hankering for sweets, dive into one of their creative desserts or whimsical cocktails.
If you're an early morning riser, you'll love City Table's weekend brunch, which kicks into gear starting at 7:00am. Get your fill of duck confit hash, croissant french toast with bananas foster, and breakfast pizza (and turn your sunday morning leftovers into sunday night's dinner!) The Back Bay spot also offers up options for kids, alongside a selection of fresh squeezed juices, teas, and hot chocolate.
Ever wanted to make your own bloody mary in a former jail? With over 20 ingredients at their bloody mary bar, Clink is providing a unique experience and setting for modern American brunch. Find out what the hype is all about at the Liberty Hotel.
The Chilean suburban eatery, Comedor, is bringing a new flair to the Boston brunch scene. They add a South American spin on some classics with their scrambled egg tacos, and avocado toast with chilies and cilantro. A simple, yet effective way to improve your morning.
If you're looking for a cozy little brunch in the South End, grab a table at Coppa. They have a simple, yet satisfying brunch menu that puts an Italian twist on your favorites. Enjoy some savory, yet sweet zeppoles or go right for their hangover pizza.
DIY Bloody Marys, creative egg Benedicts—Coppersmith has all the makings of a standout weekend brunch. The Southie restaurant serves up hearty specialties, from skillet cornbread to poached eggs shakshuka.