Published on March 21, 2016

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.

7 GREAT BRUNCH SPOTS IN BOSTON

1. BISQ (Cambridge)

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BISq serves up inventive American small plates all week long and features a special brunch menu on Sundays. Delicious seafood and egg dishes, as well as a special assortment of teas, are highlights.

2. THE MERCHANT (Financial District)

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The Merchant is an American brasserie serving up the classics on its weekend brunch menu, including house-made bacon and breakfast sausage.

3. EASTERN STANDARD (Kenmore Square / Fenway)

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Home to a daily bread program, Eastern Standard is casual, Parisian-inspired brasserie that offers delectable weekend brunch items — including a toasted bagel with house-smoked salmon, cream cheese and capers  — that vary from Saturday to Sunday.

4. BOSTON CHOPS (South End)

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Boston Chops offers several versions of that classic brunch cocktail, the Bloody Mary, to accompany its brunch egg dishes, sandwiches, salads and raw bar items.

5. TIP TAP ROOM (Beacon Hill)

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The Tip Tap Room is a restaurant and bar that serves upscale pub grub — including a dynamic menu of wild game that extends to the brunch menu with dishes like the Cranberry Duck Skillet, made of duck confit, acorn squash and cranberry fennel relish.

6. ALDEN & HARLOW (Cambridge)

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Located in Harvard Square, Alden & Harlow serves thoughtfully sourced, authentic American food with brunch options ranging from a Biscuit Sandwich and a Croissant Toad in the Hole to their Classic Secret Burger on a house-made roll.

7. COPPA (South End)

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Coppa is an Italian enoteca serving small plates, house-made pasta and charcuterie using locally sourced ingredients. Wake up to their brunch menu, offering classic breakfast favorites as well as many delicious pizzas, including one aptly named, “Hangover Pizza.”

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