The Weekly Yelp! Celebrate finishing taxes with the best Boston brunch
In a world where the tax deadline falls the day before an international observance of a breakfast plate created to quash a hangover, you've gotta celebrate.
In a world where deadline for filing taxes falls the day before an international observance of a breakfast plate created to quash a hangover, well, friend, you've gotta celebrate. Grab a group, don something with a collar and make it rain hollandaise at one of these baller brunch barons.
528 Comm. Ave., Boston
Yes, yes and more yes! Eastern Standard Kitchen's brunch is a win! There's a good mix of sweet and savory menu items. The cocktails go beyond just mimosas. The french toast is so wonderful. I took a bite of my friend's dish. Fluffy, well-seasoned and accompanied with a fruit topping... yes, please!Lola A.
1688 Mass. Ave., Cambridge
WOW! Never expected to have such a delicious brunch food & cocktails from this Porter Square bar. Everything on their menu came in great presentation, huge portions, and absolutely delicious!Hana K.
Union Bar and Grille
1357 Washington St., Boston
“Wild mushroom pizza — wild mushrooms, caramelized onions, squash, burrata, and fried eggs on flatbread. Sweetness from the onions and squash, meaty texture from the mushrooms, saltiness from the cheese, and oozy yolk over the entire thing... heaven.”Monica L.
130 Dartmouth St., Boston
For brunch entrees, I got the pork belly and eggs. Oh my, this was seriously the best brunch dish I have had in a long time, maybe ever! Salty Pig, way to put everything I love in life into one neat little bowl! Garlicky mushrooms and spinach, creamy polenta, soft poached eggs, and 2 slabs of pork belly! I was pig heaven!Jennifer W.
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