With the weekend coming, it is the perfect time to start planning one of my favorite meals, BRUNCH! Check out the below post which can also be found on oyster.com, and while you are there check out the great hotel and travel info they have!
1) Masa In my opinion THE best brunch in Boston, Masa’s Southwestern style twist adds a kick and loads of flavor to your morning. Their Spicy Bloody Masa, a Bloody Mary with tequila instead of vodka, and their prix fixe menu are a great way to kick off the day. Try the Santa Fe style Eggs Benedict and dream about it for days to come. . .
2) Eastern Standard Known for their great cocktails, raw bar, and charcuterie, Eastern Standard serves up a broad range of brunch foods from oysters to brioche French toast and everything else in between. Sip a drink and people watch on their massive Kenmore Square patio while waiting to eat the best meal of the day.
3) dbar Venture out of downtown Boston to Dorchester by car or on the MBTA Red Line. You won’t regret it once you try dbar’s Drunk and Naked Lobster Omelet which entails lobster, champagne, butter, corn, and gruyere cheese. If that isn’t enough to convince you, check out their menu for their long and interesting list of brunch drinks like their Roasted Garlic Bloody Mary or their Mimosa Martini.
4) Gaslight Add a French twist to brunch with Gaslight’s Croque Monsieur or Truffled Egg Tartin, with a side of Pain au Chocolat and a Cafe au Lait, but of course.
5) Myers + Chang Not technically brunch but served at the same time, Myers + Chang offers weekend dim sum with a menu that changes slightly each weekend. Order and share loads of little bites like sweet potato fritters with sriracha aioli, Asian pickles, and crispy spring rolls.
Looking for a place to sleep pre-brunch? Why not stay at the Colonnade Hotel and squeeze out those last bits of summer at their rooftop pool?