The newest dining crave is undeniable – brunch. From the Bloody Mary bars to the Instagram-worthy dishes restaurants are creating, brunch is the new “thing to do” on weekends, and we’re showing you three of the best spots to go.
You’ve come to know and love Tuscan Kitchen for its scratch Artisan Italian cuisine, and now you can enjoy it even earlier in your day.
The new brunch menu is crave-worthy, and filled with classic brunch dishes with a Tuscan twist, like the Eggs Benedict. Poached eggs lay atop 24- month aged Prosciutto di Parma, homemade Focaccia bread, and is finished with a creamy hollandaise sauce. You’re going to love the twist on this classic brunch favorite.
Our breakfast pizza, it’s a pizza made with spinach, and ham, which is a ham imported from Italy, and is the most popular pizza on our brunch menu.
A favorite amongst guests AND staff? The Buttermilk pancakes. These frothy pancakes are topped with powdered sugar, handpicked fruit, and is served with Vermont Maple Syrup. Pair it with a classic mimosa and you’re all set.
The Bloody Mary bar is exquisite. Make your own bloody mary and add accoutrements galore. From Pickled Peppers, to Shrimp, to Cheeses and Salumi’s, you’ve got all you need and more.
Please come down to Tuscan kitchen for the Sunday brunch, you’re gonna love it.
Experience your best Sunday fun-day with scratch prepared artisan Italian in the heart of the Seaport. You can find Tuscan Kitchen at Sixty-Four Seaport Boulevard and online at Tuscan Brands dot com.
If you’re finding yourself sick of the same old lunch, or are looking for a creative twist on brunch, take yourself to Lincoln Tavern in South Boston.
About 3 years ago we were looking to do something new and inventive, something to get us so we weren’t bored in the kitchen, so we came up with this idea of doing Brunch Test Kitchen. So every Friday we do a brand new brunch menu, and the whole idea is that the chefs get to get super creative and think outside the box and try to invent something new for our guests.
Each week the menu is different, but if there’s enough positive feedback from the guests, some of the dishes may just end up on the regular brunch menu.
To honor the Bruins and all their hard work this year, they’ve even come up with signature sliders for each of the members of the front line.
If you’re a sweet tooth, you’ll want to order the Marchand – a glazed donut with Canadian bacon and a sunnyside up quail egg.
And for the tallest guy in the NHL? The Chara is a double stacked burger with American Cheese, special sauce, crisp romaine, and Grillo’s pickles.
You’re sure to find the classics on the menu too, from benedicts to brunch cocktails, Lincoln’s Brunch Test Kitchen will satisfy all taste buds.
Come down to Lincoln tavern in South Boston for our brunch, if you have a great idea a for a new menu item, just shoot that to us and maybe it ends up on the menu.
Lincoln Tavern is located at Four Twenty-Five West Broadway and online at Lincoln South Boston dot com.
A staple on Newbury Street for twenty-six years, Sonsie has become somewhat of a second home to locals.
Brunch at Sonsie is so popular, that they are now offering the full brunch menu seven days a week.
The signature breakfast sandwich is a must-try. Served on a housemade jalapeno cheddar biscuit with sausage, egg, red onion, and spinach, the flavors are a delicious combination.
If you’re looking for something on the sweeter side, the French Toast is the way to go. Creamy Nutella and cut up bananas are sandwiched between two slices of homemade French toast, and it’s all topped with a dollop of whipped cream
And of course, no brunch is complete without a cocktail. In these warm summer days, you’ve got to try the Friesling. Frozen reisling is mixed with peach and fresh mint, and is seriously refreshing during these warm months.
Looking for a pick-me-up? The Espresso Martini is a classic, and has been on the menu all twenty-six years.
So take a seat in the open-windowed cafe, and soak in the sun and enjoy brunch seven days a week.
Sonsie is located at Three Twenty-Seven Newbury Street and online at Sonsie Boston dot com.