It’s no secret that Boston loves brunch. Elevate your weekend by treating yourself to a mimosa and eggs benedict at one of our favorite spots. For some, Sunday brunches are routine while for others it’s a day for special occasions. From those seeking the classics, to connoisseurs looking to take their brunch to the next level, here are a few of our favorite brunch spots in Boston.
Lincoln Tavern and Restaurant
This popular Southie hangout is a highly desired spot for brunch on a spring day. The tavern has developed a strong reputation for delicious brunch treats including their fan-favorite colorful stack of Fruity Pebble pancakes in addition to their savory breakfast options such as their smoked salmon platter to steak and egg chilaquiles. This brunch spot hits all the right cravings – Yum!
Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar
This trendy space features an old diner car, and serves brunch from its Davis Square kitchen. Enjoy their classic Rosebud Bloody Mary with a stack of Plain Jane Pancakes and a side of bacon and call it a day! From their delicious selections of omelet and benedict varieties, Rosebud has a dish that will please any palate from both sweet or salty!
This glamorous, fine dining eatery located at newly renovated hotel, The Langham in Boston, is known as “over-the-top brunch experience to celebrate life’s big and small moments,” according to Chef Stephen Bukoff. From the sophisticated and inviting atmosphere, to the exquisite brunch options, this spot is a great pick for your spring day brunch. The prix-fixe menu is set at $72 for admission and includes four starters and a choice of one entree. Don’t forget to try their mini smoked salmon bagels, egg white fritata, or delicious braised short ribs benedict with one of their standout cocktails, brunch punch or passion fruit spritz!
Terra at Eataly Boston
This garden oasis dream of a venue occupies the top terrace at Eataly in the Prudential Center inspired by earth and fire. On this brunch menu, you’ll find delicious italian style dishes from their Prosciutto Cotto Benedict, and their Crostone di Avocado, to their Terra Toast topped with seasonal berries. Here, you can find all of the Italian-inspired breakfast classics you have been craving. You’ll have to try one of their famous brunch fan-favorite espresso martinis with your entree of choice!
Buttermilk and Bourbon
This Southern, New Orleans-inspired restaurant is quite the taste of a relaxing Sunday brunch along Commonwealth Avenue. Whether you’re chowing down on their Cinnamon Fresh Toast sticks, house special buttermilk fried chicken with cheddar-bourbon waffles, or their fresh fried beignets, your tastebuds will be satisfied.