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I return to Seta's Cafe in Belmont, MA for brunch, which turns out to be even more spectacular than dinner. Prepare to drool!
Armenian and Mediterranean cuisine collide at Seta's Cafe in Belmont, MA.
Olivia's Bistro is the newest restaurant in Nonantum, the neighborhood of Newton right on the border of Watertown. Enjoy classic Italian favorites, followed by some exceptionally delicious gelato.
Israel's Cafe Landwer has opened its doors in Boston with a beautiful space and a breakfast spread that rivals any Tel Aviv restaurant.
Great Road Kitchen in Littleton, MA serves up classic brunch, plus a raw bar. Warning: you want to steal all the adorable furniture in the space.
Each Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am - 12:00pm enjoy $8 dollar entrees and $5 dollar mimosas at Earls' Brunch Happy Hour.
Visit Spring Shabu-Shabu to enjoy Japanese-style hot pot cooking. Select all your own meats, noodles and vegetables and send them for a swim in one of five broth choices.
Chef Matthew Jennings offers incredible food, drinks and atmosphere at his restaurant on the edge of Chinatown. The Harvest Moon cocktail is not to be missed. Definitely save room for dessert!
Looking for a cozy brunch spot? La Motta's in the South End is warm, charming and super delicious.
Enjoy a meal on the sunny patio at Jack's Home Cooking in Wynwood. After you dine, head over to the Wynwood Walls to explore!
Eataly has arrived in Boston and it's spectacular. Read this post for tips on how to make the most of your visit and which sections can't be missed.
Carson's Store has been open since 1907. This neighborhood hang out is a great place to pop in for a diner-style breakfast or an ice cream cone in the afternoon.