The Boston Brunchers took a hiatus for a few months. But they were back this month, and I snagged a seat for brunching with some fabulous folk at Towne Stove and Spirits — right next to the Hynes Convention Center.
And golly good gracious did I miss these outings! My dining out budget is slim this year, and my crock pot meals have saved me a good deal of time and money. But it’s always so nice to go out to eat!
I like the restaurants and bars around Hynes, and have been to several of them, but Towne was one I hadn’t tried, yet heard good things about.
And I really loved brunch! They serve brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, but on Sunday they have a really fabulous brunch buffet — suitable for every person, every diet, and every mood. There was a carving station, hot breakfast entrees like eggs benedict (with bacon), eggs and hash, poached salmon, and seasoned potatoes. They also had an omelette bar (with egg white omelettes), a pastry station, a cheese and salad station, and my personal favorite, the dessert station (with some really exceptional chocolate bread pudding!)
The Sunday brunch buffet is priced at $38 a person. It’s pricey (for someone on a budget like me), but it is all you can eat. And although I certainly wouldn’t attend every weekend, it is a good option to take someone out to for a date, or to catch up with old friends, or family too.
Thanks for having us, Towne — and it was so awesome to catch up with the Boston Brunchers — old faces, and new
Here’s a spread of pics to document what I experienced
Oh and there’s me. Good ol’ CW. Never misses a selfie opportunity.