We stopped here for breakfast / brunch our first morning in Boston. I'd researched lots of breakfast places and this definitely wasn't one of them, however we had hire car problems and had to take our hire car back to the airport first thing and so my carefully planned and researched day in Boston was starting to unravel at the seams. We actually only stopped here as we were getting desperate for a breakfast stop, everywhere we passed seemed full, and this didn't so we decided to stop and have breakfast (or brunch as it was around 10.30ish by now).
We were seated quickly, we chose indoors rather than outdoors as the sun was pretty strong and there was no shade on the outdoor patio. Our server was friendly and chatty and recommended thing to do/see in Boston, he was Irish.
I chose the Yogurt Parfait, which was delicious, thick creamy yogurt topped with blueberries raspberries and pineapple, and a sweet crunchy and chewy granola mix. I also asked for a side of sourdough toast, I received 1.5 slices of wafer thin and burnt to a crisp sourdough bread, it was expensive too - around $2.50 if I recall correctly. I ordered coffee and skim milk, no issues with the coffee and plentiful refills. I also asked if they served freshly squeezed juice, any flavour would do it just needed to be freshly squuezed, I didn't think this would be a problem as they seemed to be marketing themselves as an 'upscale' brunch location, however our server said that they only had concentrated juice from a carton not freshly squeezed - but it would be free refills! I passed on the juice!
My 2 dining companions had omelettes, they said they enjoyed them.
4 stars rather than 5 due to the burnt offering of expensive toast, and not serving freshly squeezed juice.
Would I go again, yes. But I'd forgo the side order of toast!
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