Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

24 Nov

Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

When it comes to brunch, I’m picky. I don’t eat eggs, AND dairy doesn’t sit well with me. Oh, and I don’t eat pork. Thus, the variety of egg concoctions, omelettes, bacon, sausage, etc I do not like to eat. When I am choosing a spot for brunch, I always look for options with pancakes, french toast, or lunch options. Towne Stove & Spirits fit the bill when it came to this criteria.

Brunch at Towne Stove & SpiritsOur table.

Brunch at Towne Stove & SpiritsThe fruit was fresh and delicious.

Brunch at Towne Stove & SpiritsThere were an array of meats and cheeses.

Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

Brunch at Towne Stove & SpiritsOne of my favorite items: crab stick and cabbage slaw.

Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

Brunch at Towne Stove & SpiritsShrimp Cocktail.

Brunch at Towne Stove & SpiritsMany delicious dishes: Pan Seared Salmon with green kale & pine nuts, Bacon Benedict, Extreme Potatoes (so good), Rib Roast with potato hash.

Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

Brunch started off with prosecco and a cup of coffee. I was pleasantly surprised at how good the coffee was, as I am not a huge fan of drip coffee. (Definitely a cappuccino gal.)

Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits

Cheers to a fabulous brunch. Brunch runs every Sunday from 11 am to 3pm.

$38.00 per guest (children under 12/$14.00)
900 Boylston Street
617-247-0400 reservation recommended

Featuring: (menu changes weekly)
·  Assorted Pastries
·  Breakfast Breads
·  Coffee Cakes
·  Cereals
·  Grilled Vegetable & Salad Station with weekly Salad Specials
·  Raw Bar Including Wellfleet Oysters & Jumbo Shrimp
·  Bagels, Salmon & Other Smoked Fishes
·  Selection of Cheeses, Pates & Terrines
·  Carved Meat of the Day
·  Three Hot Entrees (Fish, Meat or Poultry)
·  Including Vegetarian Pasta
·  Maple Bacon,
·  House Made Sausage
·  Grilled Ham
·  Made -to- Order Omelet Station
·  Made -to- Order Pancake Stations
·  Dessert Display

For everything that one enjoys, that price is so reasonable. I will definitely be coming back again. For those that want to try out Towne Stove & Spirits, I suggest heading in on Sunday, December 1st. Brunch guests that day will receive a free house-made candy bar (layers of handmade caramel and cookies dipped in milk chocolate) as a way to fuel up before hitting the town for some holiday shopping.

Note: Towne Stove and Spirits provided the Boston Brunchers this brunch free of charge. All opinions here are my own.

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3 Responses to “Brunch at Towne Stove & Spirits”

  1. Anathalia November 26, 2013 at 10:03 am #

    Oh my, I’m definitely checking this out! I’ve been there, but never for brunch. It looks so delicious!

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