Who doesn’t love a warm, hearty brunch? We certainly do, and here are the places that are trending in the city this fall. Each is guaranteed to satisfy your brunch cravings with a special autumn flare.
Located in the South End, the Beehive has a diverse brunch menu and a beautiful patio that you can still enjoy on a warm fall day. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet like their strawberry-peach coffee cake with honey butter or are hungry for something heftier like poutine with short rib, you’ll find something you like.
The Beehive. 541 Tremont St., Boston, MA. (617) 423-0069
With a brand new location open in Central Square, this popular brunch spot owns the late-morning game in Cambridge, with a robust menu featuring lobster and avocado omelet, signature eggs Benedict, a brioche French toast, Belgian waffles and more.
Cafe Luna. 612 Main St., Cambridge, MA. (617) 576-3400
This Latin American restaurant offers authentic and unique eats that make for a flavorful brunch experience. You can opt for the two-course brunch, which includes choices like caramelized plantain empanadas, breakfast tacos, jalisco chocolate chip man cakes with mango butter, huevos rancheros and more.
Masa. 439 Tremont St., Boston, MA. (617) 338-8884
Described by the Boston Globe as one of the most interesting restaurants in the city, Loyal Nine serves brunch on Sundays. The menu is all inspired by New England cuisine, so you’ll be sure to have a true Northeastern culinary experience. Enjoy the spacious patio before it gets too cold!
Loyal Nine. 600 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA. (617) 945-2576
New to Mission Hill as of August of this year, Milkweed is quickly becoming a neighborhood favorite. This family-owned restaurant serves up egg sandwiches, shakshuka, French toast, and more. They’ve got plenty of vegan and vegetarian options—and Lucky Charm pancakes.
Milkweed. 1508 Tremont St., Boston, MA. (617) 516-8913