Easter is a week away! Make a plan to share a meal with friends and family.
Capo – 443 West Broadway:
Chef Nick Dixon welcomes guests to Capo in South Boston for rustic Italian interpretations of your favorite Easter dishes. With a special Easter Brunch menu and spring-inspired Easter dinner specials, there’s plenty to celebrate at Capo. Capo’s expansive dining room can accommodate parties of all sizes, so bring the whole family for a special Easter feast! In addition to the special Easter Brunch featuring steak & eggs, eggs al forno and lemon ricotta pancakes, Capo will be serving their full dinner menu and a la carte specials available starting at 2pm!
Coppersmith – 40 West Broadway:
Easter weekend at Coppersmith will begin with kids eating free on Saturday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Enjoy delicious globally-inspired fare from Executive Chef Steve Brocone paired with the DIY Mimosa Bar or enjoy a variety of flavors with the Bloody Mary Flights. The Bloody Mary Flight ($26) includes four variations of the classic Bloody Mary and the DIY Mimosa Flyer ($48) serves 2-4 guests and arrives at the table in a mini Radio Flyer wagon with a bottle of DeLuca Prosecco, a choice of three juices, and fruit garnishes. For the full menu and more information, visit www.coppersmithboston.com.
Lincoln – 425 West Broadway:
South Boston’s go-to brunch destination, Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant welcomes guests for a family-friendly Easter Brunch and Easter Dinner. With menu items fit for kiddos and adults, there’s something for the whole family to enjoy. In addition to Lincoln signature brunch menu, guests can enjoy Easter brunch specials including Carrot Cake Pancakes (with bourbon maple pecan syrup, spiced cream cheese frosting), Smoked Pork(with roasted heirloom carrots, charred yukon potatoes, blistered cipollini onions, sunny side egg, downeast cold brew honey glaze), and special Easter Doughnut special from Pastry Chef Kate Holowchik. Chef Nick Dixon and team will also be serving up dinner specials, starting at 4PM with dishes including Grilled Lamb Chops (roasted spring vegetables, smoked potato puree, gremolata), Seared Ham Steak(sugar snap peas, sauteed leeks, popover, beurre monte), Country Ham Carbonara (English peas, poached egg, pecorino, cracked black pepper).
Loco Taqueria and Oyster Bar – 412 West Broadway
Have you tried brunch at Loco Taqueria and Oyster Bar yet? Put it on your Easter weekend list to do! Enjoy fish tacos, juevos con carne, enchiladas and of course some of the best margaritas around! For a full menu visit: their website!
The Broadway – 726 East Broadway
The Broadway is one of Southie’s newest and more popular spots for brunch and features items that everyone in the family will love! Enjoy items like Cinnamon Monkey Bread, Huevos Rancheros Pizza, Corned Beef Hash Skillet! Don’t forget their brunch cocktails too like the Broadway Bloody Mary, Nitro Draft Espresso Martini, the Just Peachy Mimosa! There will be Easter additions to their menu as well!
The Punk & Poet – 658 East Broadway
Formerly the Playwright, The Punk & Poet has a new bright and edgy interior -with plaid fabric covered booths and eclectic artwork. The exterior is now a bright red – which we’re loving! The Mix Tape brunch menu features classic French Toast, Breakfast Pizza and Eggs Benedict and more! They will also be offer special Easter additions to their menu!
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Publico – 11 Dorchester Street
Executive Chef Keenan Langlois’ brunch fare is served up every Sunday from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the restaurant’s rustic, mid-century dining room as well as outside in the 2,000 sq ft open-air atrium, garden space. The menu features Bag of Beignets (cinnamon sugar, mescal sabayon, $7,) Mahi Tacos (fried mahi, avocado, picco de gallo, cilantro, $15,) and Chilaquiles (tortillas, grilled salsa, fried eggs, crème fraiche, cilantro, avocado, $13,) among other breakfast-centric selections. The cocktail menu has been shaken up courtesy of co-owner and Beverage Director, Teodora Bakardzhieva, whose latest libations include; Bloody Russian Spy (vodka, house-made habanera bloody mix, $11,) Tiki Tiki Ta (Bumbu rum, coconut, crème de banana, falernum, grapefruit, $12) Girl From Ipanema (leblon cachaça, passion fruit, lime panela, $12,) and the crowd pleasing Frosé (sparking rosé, house-made strawberry syrup, lemon juice, splash of grenadine, $12) among other creative concoctions. Reservations are highly recommended!
Worden Hall – 22 West Broadway
Worden Hall will be serving up brunch on Easter Sunday! Enjoy items like Biscuits & Gravy, Chicken & Waffles, or a Southie Omelette made with spinach, herbed goat cheese, Italian sausage, bell pepper piperade and three farm fresh eggs! Don’t forget the Hibiscus Mimosa!
Mastro’s Ocean Club – 25 Fan Pier Blvd.
Feeling like treating yourself? Mastro’s Ocean Club is offering their regular menu with items like Shrimp Cocktail, Twin Lobster Tails, Filet Mignon, and Alaska King Crab Black Truffle Gnocchi! They also have special additions like Maine Lobster Eggs Benedict, Jumbo Lump Crabcake Omelette, NY Strip Steak & Eggs, Croque Madame and Smoke Salmon with Bagel. Don’t forget to save room for their famous Butter Cake!
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