The Hawthorne is a great taste of old New England. We went for Sunday brunch. There was a pianist with a bassist who played very nice music. The brunch was $19.95 and gave choices of three courses. I started with a melody of fresh fruit which came with some yogurt and granola. I then had eggs Benedict which was good but I've had better. My Mother loved the corn beef hash and sister had crab cake Benedict she said was great. I chose the flour less chocolate cake which was dense and moist. Most chose the doughnut bread pudding which they said was over the top! Nice cocktail selections for brunch as well. Service was the only lacking feature. Scornful looks when we asked for additional items, not one smile, sidebar audible conversation amongst them how they quit working at another near by restaurant as they weren't making any money..spilled a whole tray of bloody Mary's etc. I would go back for music and food though.
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