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7 Brunch Spots We’re Obsessed With in Boston Right Now

Celebrate the beautiful spring weather by waking up to a delicious brunch. Enjoy the best of breakfast and lunch by loading up on eggs and bacon or going straight for a burger or slice of pizza, all while sipping on a perfectly paired cocktail. Everyone’s favorite weekend tradition is worth raising a glass to. Here are 7 mouthwatering brunch spots to try out in Boston.

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Michael Scelfo on Alden & Harlow and His Favorite Condiments

A devoted family man who cooks from the heart, Michael Scelfo is the chef and owner of Alden & Harlow in Boston. The beloved Harvard Square spot — a local favorite since it opened in January 2014 — has received numerous accolades and was a semifinalist for the James Beard Foundation Awards in 2015. We caught up with Scelfo on the best and worst parts of running a restaurant, his typical breakfast and what’s always in his fridge.

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Consider the Cocktail: 4 Boston Spots Shaking It Up

The dining experience doesn’t always begin and end at the table. A great meal may start at the bar — where an aperitif can excite the appetite — and end with an after dinner drink, rounding out a fun night. Boston’s cocktail scene is burgeoning, and several places have distinguished themselves on the strength of their bar programs. Here are a few awesome spots to enjoy a spirited beverage:

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B&G Oysters Reservations on Reserve

B&G OYSTERS is Chef Barbara Lynch’s modern take on a classic oyster bar. The restaurant combines fresh oysters from both coasts with seasonally inspired dishes and New England classics. A food-friendly, reasonably priced wine list is also available at this go-to neighborhood spot.

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Frank McClelland on Tech & The Modern Clam Bake

Frank McClelland has built a distinguished career on marrying New England flavors with French classics, bringing the first hints of haute cuisine — and a commitment to using fresh, local ingredients — to Boston over three decades ago. His L’Espalier restaurant has garnered countless awards and accolades over the years, and in 2007 he earned the James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef: Northeast. He recently filled us in on the biggest change he’s seen in the restaurant industry, what he’s most grateful for and the secrets to his success.