The Best Brunches in Boston
What’s better than rolling out of bed on a bright and sunny Sunday morning in Boston? Topping it off with the perfect brunch menu of course! There is no shortage of brunch places in Boston for you to try. In fact, you’d probably never have to eat at the same place twice in a year! But here are a few of the best/most creative brunch places in Boston.
Craigie on Main
Though technically in Cambridge, Craigie on Main
was voted the Best Brunch in Boston for 2013 by Boston Magazine. The brunch menu
includes things like House-Smoked Sockeye Salmon Hash, Grilled Two Cheese and Roast Pork Sandwich, House-Made Profiteroles, and a wide array of Sunday cocktails.
Rooftop Brunch at the Taj Hotel
The Taj Boston’s rooftop champagne brunch buffet is hosted on the hotel’s 17th floor and has something for everyone! An array of buffet stations include made-to-order eggs Benedict, sushi, Indian, meat carving, and desserts. The meal costs $59 for adults ($69 with champagne) and $30 for children 12 and under so it’s not the cheapest brunch spot around. But with sweeping views of the city that no other brunch spot can offer, it might be the best brunch place in Boston for birthdays, Mother’s Day, or other special occasions.
East Coast Grill
At East Coast Grill
in Inman Sqaure, diners are invited to make their own Bloody Mary’s as they see fit. It’s easy to see why they would be voted “Boston’ Best Bloody Mary Bar”. The brunch menu also includes Latin inspired dishes like Smoked Pork Stuffed Roasted Banana, the Yucatan Breakfast Platter, and Chile Crusted Black n’ Blue Tuna Tacos.
On Yelp, The Paramount
has 680 reviews with a 4-star rating. Not too shabby! Their breakfast menu is classic brunch: pancakes, french toast, and waffles, omelettes, breakfast sandwiches, and more. The Basil & Fresh Mozzarella Omelette seems to be a top pick among Yelpers! The Paramount is a smaller restaurant so if you get there a little later in the morning be prepared to wait for a table at this Beacon Hill restaurant to open up.
City Brunch at Cafe Fleuri at The Langham hotel one of the city’s most elaborate Sunday Brunch buffets. Executive Chef Mark Sapienza, has taken the flavors of New England and created a brunch buffet unlike any other brunch in the city with seafood, artisanal cheeses, breakfast standards and more. Plus they have a chocolate bar…enough said.
The Southern-style brunch menu at M3
is divided into categories such as “Vittles” and “Fixins” with dishes like Scotch eggs and pulled pork shoulder hash, plus Southern “Standards” like shrimp & grits. If you are in the mood for a little home-style cooking than M3 is probably the brunch spot for you.
Tip Tap Room
True to its name, The Tip Tap Room dishes out a variety of inventive “tips” accompanied by an immense selection of beers on “tap” in an upscale pub setting. And with a brunch menu labeled the “Tipsy Brunch” how can you go wrong? The Tip Tap Room brunch menu has some interesting items like Wild Boar Meatballs, Antelope Meatloaf & Egg, and Baked St. Andre Brie.