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New Years Hangover Buffet

Posted by 365 Things Boston on Fri, Jan 01, 2016

Ease into your resolutions at New Year’s Hangover Buffet

"If you rang in the New Year with a little too much champagne, then you’ll definitely need Olde Magoun’s rib-sticking all-you-can-eat New Year’s Hangover Buffet (10am-4pm). Yeah, you read that right: all you can eat sausage, bacon, muffins, whiskey-soaked French toast, rustic pulled pork hash, mac & cheese with kielbasa, and biscuits & gravy. Need we say more? OK, there will also be killer hair-o-the-dog beverages like the Dirty Mary (a vodka and Guinness float that shouldn’t work as well as it does) and the Hip Derby with bourbon and west coast IPA. See you there."

 

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3 Great Breakfast Spots in Boston

Posted by Susie Callahan on Sun, Sep 20, 2015

Brunch gets all of the attention, but breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Get to one of these great breakfast spots in Boston (provided by Thrillist) if you're looking for some tried and true breakfast foods. 

1. Henrietta's Table | Harvard Square

"What you’re getting: Malted waffle and red flannel hash
 
Henrietta’s Table is your classic farmhouse kitchen nestled inside Harvard Square's Charles Hotel -- but don't let the fact that it's in a hotel deter you. Known for its hearty, New England farm-to-table fare and local ingredients, HT serves up burly breakfast plates like cream chipped beef on buttermilk biscuits and sirloin with eggs, not to mention its popular red flannel hash with poached eggs and malted waffle with homemade apple butter."

2. Blunch | South End

"What you’re getting: Sausage eggwich and a chocolate chip cookie
 
Sometimes you just want a sandwich for breakfast and for those times, you go to Blunch. Think thick, fluffy frittata-style eggwiches and warm toasty bagels filled with melted mozzarella, smoked turkey, and spicy aioli."

3. Zaftigs | Brookline

"What you’re getting: Banana stuffed French toast, potato pancakes, and corned beef hash and eggs
 
The only complaint about breakfast at this Jewish deli is that weekend lines can be OUTRAGEOUS. Luckily, Zaftigs serves breakfast all day, every day. Enjoy fan favorites like the challah French toast and the corned beef hash and eggs."

 

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