On a laid-back weekend, brunch is a great way to enjoy a versatile meal with friends and family. There are so many great places for brunch in Boston that it gets tough deciding the right place to go. But don’t worry; we’ve done the leg-work for you.
We’ve listed the best restaurants for Brunch in Boston that are worth waking up for on a Sunday morning.
Start your day with a Champagne Brunch at the Taj Rooftop accompanied by a spectacular view of the city. Eggs Benedict, meat carving, sushi, desserts and a lavishing list of delicious dishes are on this buffet. The meals here cost around $74 ($84 with Champagne), $37 for children 4-12, complimentary for children 3 and under.
This brunch spot is closed on November 15, 2015 and reopens for spring on April 2016, 15 Arlington Street.
Reservation Booking: http://www.opentable.com/sunday-brunch-at-taj-boston or call 617-598-5255.
2. Regal Beagle
Located on Harvard Street, this restaurant is an absolute gem. It’s a great place to head over for brunch on Sunday. They even offer brunch on Monday afternoons other than the weekend.
Hours and Location: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday-Monday, 308 Harvard Street.
The best thing about this restaurant is freshness; their food is never frozen or processed. Unlike other places, Z Rant rolls its disco and funk music even at brunch. You can enjoy the DJs jamming while eating the Duke Chicken Sandwich ($12.99) and Cheddar Waffles with Jalapeno Cheddar Cream ($8.49).
Hours and Location: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Sunday, 474 Massachusetts Avenue.
What’s so special about this place is that you don’t just enjoy eating your brunch, but it allows you to make it yourself. Yes, you can be your own chef at East Coast Grill. You can create your brunch dish exactly the way you like it. Their menu headlines Cuban Reuben ($10.75); that’s a Sliced Brisket Sandwich with tasty cheese and much more.
Hours and Location: 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sundays, 1271 Cambridge Street, Inman Square.
Enjoy your brunch with cool jazzy music, giving it a more tasteful touch to your Sunday brunch. It’s a great place that offers appetizing food with “Poutine topped w/ Short Rib, Poached Eggs” ($16.50) as one of their must try main dish.
Hours and Location: 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday & Sunday w/ Live Music, 541 Tremont Street, the South End.
6. The Gallows
This brunch spot in the South End of Boston offers a special dish “Sunrise Poutine” ($17). You might be wondering what “Sunrise Poutine” is. It’s an absolutely enchanting pile of scrambled eggs, cheese curds, fries, Canadian bacon and chicken gravy.
And that’s not it, they’ve got Corned Beef Hash, Quiche and much more lined up to give you an enjoyable meal.
Hours and Location: 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Sunday, 1395 Washington Street, the South End.
Highland Kitchen is a place that doesn’t only serve delicious food at brunch but arranges live guitar, fiddle and banjo every Sunday. With Shrimp and Grits ($10.95) on the menu, it gives a delightful Southern touch.
Hours and Location: 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday. 150 Highland Avenue, Somerville.
Located in the Mandarin Oriental, the Daniel Boulud’s bistro/wine bar sure is one of the best places to settle for brunch. They offer a vast and pleasant menu, from French Onion Soup ($13) to their signature Lobster Roll ($23), they have it all on the list.
Hours and Location: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. 776 Boylston Street, inside the Mandarin Oriental.
This is a real classy restaurant for a great brunch and dinner. Situated in the South End of Boston, this restaurant has a huge variety of wine and food. Steaks, Shrimp Cocktails and Fresh Oysters are just a slight glimpse of their menu.
Hours and Location: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. 1375 Washington St, the South End.
Here are some other great brunch spots in Boston that you must try:
- Henrietta’s Table
- Myers + Chang
- Trina’s Starlite Lounge
- Reggae Brunch at West End Johnnie’s
- Brunch Buffet at Tavern in the Square