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.
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.
This Sunday treat yourself to a fine dining brunch at Back Bay's northern Italian steakhouse, Davio's. A big appetite is a must here, where you'll want to try everything - from the rich, Italian takes on breakfast dishes to the classics like spagettini carbonara with eggs, pancetta, parmigiano and cream.
Availability: Sunday 11:00am - 3:00pm
Davio’s – Chestnut Hill
55 Boylston Street Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 617-738-4810
Italian favorite, Davio's in Chestnut Hill, just went up a notch (who knew that was possible) with options like white cheese pizza with bacon, egg, scallions & white truffle oil and banana chocolate chip pancakes with maple mascarpone & caramel. Oh, did we mention they have a build your own bloody marys? Sign us up.
Patriot Place just got another brunch spot, Davio's in Foxborough is now bringing a delectable brunch with sweet favorites like warm cinnamon donuts. Go all out for their grilled flat iron with poached eggs, popover and béarnaise, but don't get too full. They have their lunch menu tempting you as well.
Availability: Sundays 11am-3pm
Davio’s – Lynnfield
1250 Market Street Lynnfield, MA 01940 781-944-4810
Every Sunday, Davio's in Lynnfield will have your brunch needs covered, with an expanded menu from classics like french toast with Grand Mariner sautéed berries and Vermont maple syrup to Italian-influenced items like their prosciutto omelet filled with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes and roasted potatoes.
Availability: Sundays 11am-3pm
528 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA 02215 617-532-9100
If you like the hustle of the Fenway area at night, try it in the morning. Eastern Standard provides a memorable setting at their modern brasserie. Find French-influenced cuisine on the menu like quiche, moules provençale and rare tuna niçoise.
Brunch has begun at the Elm Street Taproom on Satudays and Sundays! Take part in their lively atmosphere and mix and match with some of their creative cocktails and delicious brunch options like their Cap'n Crunch french toast with Cap'n Crunch crusted brioche and raspberry puree. With plenty of fun options to choose, Elm Street Taproom gives you what you need to start your day off on a happier note.
Explorateur brings you to Paris without you ever having to leave Tremont Street. Bringing you the European Cafe experience, Explorateur offers delicious and fresh brunch options like their lemon ricotta pancakes with blueberry Meyer lemon butter and toasted almonds.
Five Horses Tavern in Somerville has something fit for all of your friends on their weekend brunch menu. Spread out with huevos rancheros, apple-cinnamon donut holes and breakfast pizza. Those struggling to get through the morning may opt for the "The Alchy" - a slice of toast and a shot of old overholt.