Sunday, October 18, 2015

Sunday Brunch at Tavern in the Square - Burlington

I'll keep this short and let you see the pics for themselves.  I've been meaning to try the Sunday brunch at Tavern in the Square for quite some time now but it seems like such a pain the ass to drive 18 minutes from Lowell on a Sunday.

After a long weekend of drinking, we decided to bite the bullet and do it.  I did not regret it at all.  We arrived around 10:45 AM and the parking lot was already full.  Brunch starts at 10:00 Am and gets busy pretty quickly, I would recommend making reservations.

The menu items change on a weekly basis but some of the stations remain constant.
The "All you can eat" buffet is $18.99 per an adult and includes a drink, made to order omelette station, carving station, fruit station, salad station, HUGE dessert station, pastry station along with many breakfast and lunch entrees.  For drinks, you can get soda, tea, coffee or hot chocolate. It was a few bucks extra for OJ.  If you wanted to imbibe with your brunch, the bloody mary's and mimosas looked amazing1

Crispy bacon
Carving station: Beef brisket
broccoli alfredo
 I really liked the chicken coconut curry with white rice. I went back for seconds!

Chicken coconut curry 
assorted pastry and breads

scrambled eggs - 2 versions

strawberry french toast

Fresh fruit parfait station

baked haddock 

homemade homefries and hashbrowns

Jerk rubbed ribs
 The omelette station was cool. Instead of waiting in line, we marked our order on a piece of paper and a food runner brought it to our table once it was ready.

There were two different pancakes, the buttermilk version and an apple spice version.

Buttermilk pancakes

Polenta and roasted cauliflower

Italian sausage
The egg benedicts were colossal and delicious. I went with the version with pulled pork and coleslaw.  The poached egg was perfect and the yolk dripped nicely over my English muffin when I cut through it.
Pulled pork and slaw egg Benedict 

Egg benedict 
The salad station looked good but I went for other fatty foods instead.

We were totally stuffed and didn't have any room for dessert. Since the display was so beautiful and enticing, we somehow made room.  There was cakes, cookies, cannoilis, whoopie pies, doughnuts and even a make your own sundae bar.

Dessert Assortment

more desserts!
make your own sundae bar

We'll definitely be back! I think the brunch is great to celebrate with family of friends. They can even accommodate large parties in their "semi-private" space in the rear dining area.

All you can eat brunch is available every Sunday from 10:00 AM- 2:30 PM. (I'd recommend getting there early to get dibs on desserts!)

Price is $18.99 and includes a soda or coffee/tea,

The brunch is  held at Tavern in the Square Burlington, Allston, Central Square, Northborouh, Porter Square and Salem.