Here in Boston, we take our brunch REAL SERIOUS. Brunch is not merely a meal, but an event that can make or break your preciously spent weekend hours. Whether attempting the “hair of the dog” remedy on Saturday morning or celebrating the unofficial weekly holiday (Sunday Funday, anyone?) here are a few spots that will allow you to keep the party going well after you’ve hit the snooze button 4 – 5 times.
WEST END JOHNNIES: REGGAE BRUNCH
Located right around the corner from the TD Garden, this place is not only a nightly hot spot, but an amazing location for a delicious and entertaining Sunday brunch. Starting at 11am and continuing until 4pm, patrons can enjoy their choice of breakfast or lunch, a wide variety of tasty cocktails and beer, and most importantly, a live reggae band! Personal serenade with your side of eggs? Coming right up!
138 Portland St , Boston, MA 02114
Long night? No worries. “Rolling out of bed” and heading to Tremont 647 is not only okay, it’s highly encouraged! The popular “pajama brunch” on Saturday and Sunday is the perfect fit for nightlife lovers (and the “Pajama Rum Punch” the perfect hangover cure!). Items like the “Fried Chicken Benedict” and “Peach Baked French Toast” are just a few of the mouthwatering items on this South End eatery’s unique brunch menu.
647 Tremont St, Boston, MA
(between Brookline St & Canton St)
EAST COAST GRILL
3 words: Bloody. Mary. Bar. With a long list of deliciously spicy ingredients to choose from, the build-you-own cocktail set-up makes this Cambridge restaurant a local favorite. (If you’re a fan of fiery foods, check out their extremely popular “Hell Night” on Mondays). The brunch menu consists of spins on classics like the “Cornbread Crusted French Toast” and “Monterey Jack Grits.” And don’t forget to hit the infamous raw bar for some top notch New England seafood. Did I mention you can build your own Bloody Mary?
1271 Cambridge Street (Inman Square)