weekend city brunch

Happy weekend loves!

I hope you are enjoying your Saturday and that your weekend plans are well underway.  One of my favorite things to do on the weekend is go out for brunch. There are so many lovely options in Boston and it’s a great way to stop, relax and simply enjoy some down time with friends and loved ones.

Most of the restaurants are relatively casual for brunch, especially during the cold months, so I like to keep my look simple yet stylish.  Here is a look I am currently liking for a winter weekend city brunch {I am gravitating towards subtle mixes of silver and gold lately},  along with my current top 5 brunch places in Boston.

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1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 {I am legitimately obsessed with these}

As for my restaurant picks here are a few reasons why:
1. Beehive – an incredibly creative menu, live music, excellent bloody mary’s and home fries | frites like you’ve never had {light, crispy, half moon-shaped with sage and sea salt}.
2. Abe & Louis – You really can’t go wrong with anything on the menu there.  The Abe & Louie’s salad + their crab cakes are my favorite things on the menu.
3. Stephi’s on Tremont – 5 words:  build your own bloody mary.  The server gives you a clipboard loaded with options and you check off what you’d like your brunch cocktail to include.  The smoked salmon + avocado benedict is a sinful but delicious dish.
4. Gaslight – I love their Brasserie style setting and the truffled scrambled eggs tartine is quite special!
5. Sam’s at Louis – An incredibly creative menu loaded with all sorts of locally sourced ingredients.  In my opinion they have the best omlette creations in the city.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

~Emmanuelle
Xo

About Emmanuelle

Event Planning & Public Relations in the Boston Area specializing in fashion, beauty, textiles & consumer goods.
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