It is pretty amazing that in some parts of the country, nobody does brunch. How do these people make it through an entire Sunday without a mimosa? Well, if you live somewhere that does not partake in the most important meal of the day; you are probably pretty excited to be booking Boston movers, because brunch is a way of life here!
Not really into champagne and OJ? No problem! Deep Ellum is famed for their phenomenal beer selection. Sometimes a pale lager or rich porter is all you need to ward off the shakes of the previous night. Brunch is served daily starting at 11 am during the week and 10 am on the weekend, lasting until 4 pm all week long. Popular favorites include Skillet Fries, Duck Confit Hash, Grilled Salad Nicoise and the Deep Ellum Breakfast Burrito.
Craigie on Main
Bon Appetite appointed Craigie on Main as one of America’s hottest brunch spots. Of course, this level of recognition can make it quite difficult to get a table, so reservations are strongly recommended. Brunch is served on Sunday from 11 am to 2 pm with a menu made of unique specialty dishes, such as Veal and Pork Crepinettes, Goat Cheese and Forest Mushroom Quiche and Country Style Organic Spelt Pancakes, served up with warm rhubarb compote. If you love Bloody Marys, you will want to try their Hemingway’s Favorite Corpse Reviver.
If you do not mind reaching a little deeper into your pockets, Henrietta’s Table is a special treat that everyone should experience at least once. Since 2001, the Improper Bostonian has awarded this venue as the Best Brunch in Boston.
Every Sunday from 12 pm to 3 pm, you can indulge in a unique buffet that will cost you $45, but when you see their selection, you will agree that it is worth every penny. You will find a raw bar with shrimp and oysters, smoked fishes, carved meats, hot entrees, vegetarian pasta, made-to-order omelet station, waffles and at least 10 different desserts. Skinny jeans are not recommended.
Are you a more laid back person who looks forward to casual wear and a relaxed atmosphere on the weekends? If so, you will love the Metropolis Café. This place is cozy and affordable, and the food really hits the spot.
Start with a traditional or grapefruit mimosa and move onto Huevos Rancheros, Monte Cristo Sandwich, Spinach Eggs Benedict or the Metropolis Pancake Stack, which offers a choice of Banana, Belgian Chocolate or Maine Blueberry!
If you ask your Boston movers where to go for brunch, there is a good chance that they will recommend The Paramount. Everyone loves this place! This neighborhood favorite has simple, yet delicious, no frills food. Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday, and you are in for a unique experience. You place your order in line and watch the cooks prepare your food. Once you pay, you grab a table and enjoy your food. This is a great place to meet your friends to catch up for the week!