Boston’s Best Bets for Brunch

Let’s face it, everyone loves brunch. Whether it’s sweet, savory, or boozy, there is something for everyone. I’ve rounded up just a few of my favorite brunch spots in the Boston area that you should try out.

(Image via Beehive)

{Image via The Beehive}

The Beehive | South End

This is a new favorite that I’m sure I’ll be visiting again and again. The Beehive on Tremont Street offers up dishes like french toast with homemade whipped cream and poached salmon scrambled eggs alongside live jazz. Be sure to ask to be seated downstairs on the weekends to truly make your weekend brunch an experience.

The Pour House | Back Bay

Oh, Pour House, my old go-to spot. They quite literally have a little of everything on their menu and at great prices! My favorite off of their brunch menu, huevos rancheros, rings up at only $5.95 — perfect for any college kid. But when you go, make room for a bloody mary or a stack of pumpkin pie pancakes, because everything is bigger, better, and cheaper at Pour House.

Dillon’s | Back Bay

Just down Boylston from The Pour House is Dillon’s. Better known for its bar in the evenings, Dillon’s is a great hidden gem in the Boston brunch world. On nicer days, ask for a table on the patio where you can cozy up to tasty twists on classics. My personal favorite is the Egg Avocado BLT, which is definitely as delicious as it sounds. Or stick to the classics like eggs benedict. Either way, this converted police station is sure to satisfy your weekend cravings.


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