Add some pizzazz to your weekend by exploring the many brunch locations in and around Boston. It does not matter whether you want to explore a brand new restaurant or you want to visit a more established restaurant in the neighborhood, there are plenty of options for you to choose from.

From souffles to waffles to pancakes to a porterhouse steak, the brunch options in Boston will appease all appetites and occasions.

Fat Baby

Fat Baby is located in South Boston, and its owners are also brunch experts at Lincoln Tavern. In 2018, Fat Baby began to offer food on its menu that touches on several different cuisines and countries. Some of the items you can choose from include:

  • Thai omelets
  • Doughnut specials
  • Sushi
  • French toast

There is also a full cocktail menu that includes tasty drinks such as a bourbon cocktail infused with bacon, import beer, and domestic beer.

Fat Baby is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am Until 3 pm.

Southern Proper

Southern Proper opened in 2018, and it is quickly making names in the brunch circles in Boston. Foodies who are familiar with southern cuisine will be happy to see chicken and waffles on the brunch menu.

There is also plenty of late morning friendly brunch treats like chocolate covered croissant bread pudding and hash browns that are ‘smothered and covered’. You must also try the wafflewich which consists of avocado, cheese eggs, and coffee bacon.

Southern Proper is open from 11 in the morning until 3 in the afternoon on the weekends.

Tuscan Kitchen

If you are in the mood for pasta or pizza, oysters or even a porterhouse steak, Tuscan Kitchen offers all of these food items and more on their brunch menu. In addition, there is a Bloody Mary bar where you can enjoy cocktails.

Brunch at Tuscan Kitchen begins every Sunday at 11:30 in the morning.

Bow Market

This brunch location offers customers a DIY option. You can choose from several counter-service food stops. You can then choose to bring your meal in Rebel Rebel for wine or Remnant Brewing for a nice cold beer. However, keep in mind that alcoholic beverages can only be consumed in certain areas.

There are plenty of brunch-friendly menu options to choose from such as:

  • Bagels and lox
  • Bar pizza
  • Roast beef sandwiches
  • Hot dogs
  • Empanadas

Check the hours of individual food vendors on social media for their hours. Typically, all vendors are open by noon on Saturdays and Sundays.

These are a few of the many brunch options you can explore in Boston. Whether vegan or carnivore, you want sweet and savory, these classic Boston brunch spots will exceed your expectations.