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Where to Brunch around Boston This Spring

By Lindsey Paradis | May 1, 2018 | Food & Drink

Boston’s brunch scene is overflowing with great restaurants serving up sweet, savory, and delicious fare—which makes it hard to pick where to dine. Don’t worry though, we’ve got you covered with some of our favorite eateries.

The Taj


Now that the weather is warming up, we’re ready to hit up the Rooftop Champagne Brunch at the Taj. Every Sunday, through November, the Taj hosts a delightful Sunday Brunch with the stunning backdrop of the Public Garden. The menu features an extensive selection of fresh seafood, traditional Indian, seasonal fare, and an array of desserts. 15 Arlington St., 617-536-5700

The Beehive

This funky South End eatery serves up a supreme brunch, with plenty of mouth-watering savory options. We’re practically drooling just thinking of their Short Rib Eggs Benedict. And of course, you need a Bloody Mary to wash it all down. 541 Tremont St., 617-423-0069



With their 7 Days of Brunch, Lincoln is your go-to stop all week round. Plus, they have an always rotating menu with their Friday’s Brunch Test Kitchen. For your sweet tooth (and inner child) we suggest the Fruity Pebble Pancakes, or go savory with their Smoked Salmon Pizza on an everything bagel crust. 425 W Broadway, 617-765-8636


Masa is bringing some Southwestern flair to your favorite brunch dishes. Whether you’re indulging in their Brunch Fiesta, with Scrambled Eggs with Chorizo and Mexican Farmer’s Cheese and Jalisco Chocolate Chip Pancakes, or a la carte with their full bruch, both you and your stomach won’t be disappointed. 439 Tremont St., 617-338-8884



We love this spot overlooking the hustle and bustle of Newbury Street. Add in a fresh and delish raw bar, as well as decadent stuffed french toast and whipped ricotta filled crepes, could this place get any better? Oh yeah, we forgot the signature coffees and refreshing brunch cocktails. 327 Newbury St. 617-351-2500

Artisan Bistro

With classics such as Steel Cut Oatmeal and Eggs Benedict on the menu, as well as dishes that are more seasonal in nature, Artisan Bistro always serves up something satisfying and unique. 10 Avery St., 617-574-7176

Bistro du Midi


Executive Chef/Partner, Robert Sisca is making a splash with a redesigned brunch menu at Bistro du Midi, featuring dishes like: Duck Confit Foieffles, Lamb Belly and Potato Hash, Cacio e Pepe flatbread, and their new Petit Plateau and Grand Plateau raw bar selections. 272 Boylston St., 617-426-7878

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