Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Sunday Brunchin' at Boston Chops

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and while I fully agree with that statement, especially since coffee is involved, I think there is also another important meal that shouldn’t be neglected, the most important meal of the week: Sunday Brunch.

 I recently had the opportunity to try a new place out for Sunday brunch thanks to Boston Brunchers at Boston Chops located in the South End. Known as one of the finer steakhouses in the area, I was rather surprised that they also had a brunch menu, but as expected, they didn’t disappoint when it came to the food.

Starting off with drink choices they were a plenty, but I decided on the 14oz mimosa, really couldn’t resist especially when the tag line said, “Go Big or Go Home”.  Some of the other brunchers chose one of the many varieties of Bloody Mary’s, which included an actual oyster, a smoked beef tongue or frog balls…yes “frog balls”- spicy dill pickled Brussels sprouts.

In typical brunch fashion, we couldn’t decide on what to order for a first course, so an assortment of goodies featuring Island Creek Oysters, sticky buns and Boston Chops’ version of doughnuts were ordered to begin our brunch quest.

Next up, our individual orders. I went with the ‘can never go wrong’ French Toast, a delectable array of two extra large French Toast slices and an assortment of drizzles-  Seasonal Marmalade, Rhum Anglaise and of course, maple syrup.

Other brunchers were kind enough to let everyone have a taste of what they ordered, from Fried Chicken, to Huevos Ranchos and even surf n’ turf, which included lobster grits, 4oz beef topped with hollandaise sauce.

I thoroughly enjoyed brunching at Boston Chops, the restaurant was immaculate, our server Lindsay was fantastic and the food was simply delectable. I will definitely be back to try out the dinner menu, but until then, I’ll be on a quest to find a brunch place as extraordinary as Boston Chops!

Note: Brunch was provided free of charge because you dined as a part of the Boston Brunchers. All opinions, whether you like them or not, are all my own.

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