Kick start 2019 with brunch! Whether you’re starting the new year with a hangover or beginning it fresh, we’ve got the scoop on where to get some New Year’s Brunch!
Lower Mills Tavern
Lower Mills Tavern is serving up a New Year’s Day Brunch where you can feast on steak & eggs hash, lemon ricotta pancakes, and a breakfast pizza made with breakfast potatoes, caramelized onions, pomodoro sauce, fontina cheese, avocados, eggs and chives! Reservations suggested!
Lucy’s American Tavern
Feeling a little sluggish this New Year’s Day? Head to Lucy’s for their hangover brunch! Mexican Street Nachos, Lucy’s Hangover Skillet or French Toast Sticks could will do the trick! Don’t forget an Adult Iced Coffee or Lucy’s Famous Bloody!
The Industry will be celebrating the first day of 2019 with brunch! Enjoy breakfast classics like Eggs Benedict, Steak & Eggs, Chicken Club Sandwich or an Irish Breakfast. They’ll be serving up plenty of Mimosas and Bloody Marys to toast the new year!
The Bowery Bar
It’s all about the hangover at the Bowery Bar and their new brunch menu is the cure! Try the In Yo’ Face Breakfast Sammy or the Hangover Bowl filled with poached eggs, corned beef hash, chipotle aioli, hash browns and Texas toast! If a burger is more your speed, we recommend the burger deluxe! Make sure to check out their Hangover Cures 101 section of the menu filled with fun “hair of the dog” cocktails to try!
Savin Bar + Kitchen
Savin Bar + Kitchen will be open for brunch on January 1st! Try a breakfast burrito, stuffed french toast or a good ole’ fashioned three egg omelet. Savin Bar + Kitchen also features brunch cocktails like a grapefruit bellini, Irish breakfast cocktail, and a rum slide! For a full menu visit here!
After a world wind of holiday activities, Dorset Hall returns to business as usual on Tuesday, January 1st. They will open for lunch at 11:30am. Enjoy wings, quesadilla and mussels for an appetizer followed by a deluxe grilled cheese, rueben or a Dorset burger! For a full menu visit here!
image: Breakfast pizza via Lower Mills Tavern
Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.
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