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Mar 25

Brunch in Massachusetts; local, luxurious, and lively

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Posted by the Mass Office of Travel and Tourism

Farm fresh eggs, crispy bacon, sizzling sausage, roasted ham, taste bud-tickling fruits, delectable pastries, pancakes of perfection, wonderful waffles, and organic granola meets savory quiches, roasts of meat, a collection of cold seafood, garden fresh veggies, out-of-the-oven breads, and desirable desserts.

Throw in a few Mimosas and Bloody Marys, among many other popular Sunday morning cocktails, and you have yourself the delightful concept of brunch.

Usually not before 10:30 A.M. and generally before 2:00 P.M., brunch is just one of those meals that seems to fit ever so well on a Sunday. And, with a few notable brunch warranted holidays around the corner, we’re dipping into some of Massachusetts’ beloved brunch-worthy finds.

Leading off, one of Boston’s most infamous brunches comes from Executive Chef Mark Sapienza and The Langham, Boston’s culinary team at Café Fleuri, as they present City Brunch, taking place every Sunday through June, from 11:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.

This award-winning brunch seemingly boasts the complete package – fantastic tastes, unique options, and smooth sounds. Featuring the ultimate setup of decadent breakfast items, carving stations, a raw bar, made-to-order omelets, specially prepared sushi, and even a children’s station. City Brunch also sports a Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar, as well as live jazz performed by the Robert Rivera Ensemble.

Brunch, cocktails, and jazz – a great way to kick off a Sunday in the Hub!

Here’s a glance of what to expect at City Brunch (photo credit: The Langham, Boston):

So, where else can you find brunch in Massachusetts? Virtually everywhere, but as a starting point, here’s a basic round up to get those brunch-craving juices flowing:

North Street Grille: 229 North St, Boston, MA 02113, (617) 720-2012

Aquitaine: 569 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02118, (617) 424-8577

Café Luna: 403 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, (617) 576-3400

Emerson Inn By the Sea: One Cathedral Avenue, Rockport, MA 01966, (978) 546-6321

Hawthorne Hotel: 18 Washington Square West, Salem, MA 01970, (978) 744-4080

Bullfinchs: 730 Boston Post Road, Sudbury, MA 01776, (978) 443-4094

Eleven Forty Nine East965 Fall River Avenue, Seekonk, MA 02771, (508) 336-1149

WooDaddy Waffles: 897 Main St, Worcester MA 01610, (520) 561-3424

Champney’s Restaurant & Tavern: 81 Old Main St, Deerfield, MA 01342, (413) 774-5587‎

Hofbrauhaus Restaurant: 1105 Main Street, West Springfield, MA 01089, (413) 737-4905‎

For a hearty list of Massachusetts Easter brunch and dinner specials, click here. Do you have a favorite brunch spot in Massachusetts? If so, tell us in the comments below!

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  • Dan M.

    We’ve made the Starving Artist Creperie in the Berkshires (Lee) a regular visit on Sundays for their Musical Brunch. They open up their big glass doors into the Good Purpose Gallery and feature folk, jazz, old-time and Americana music.

    • http://www.massvacation.com Mott the Squirrel

      Thanks for sharing, Dan! We’ll be sure to mention this in our Facebook post! :)

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