Brunch/ quincy area
- teresacooks Jul 24, 2008 01:05 PM
My father wants to go out for a nice brunch (I think he may be thinking hotel style) for his birthday on Sunday. We will have a bunch of family and 3 kids with us. Any recommendations. I don't usually do brunch anywhere but home. It doesn't have to be Quincy specific, just in the general area (quincy, milton, braintree, canton etc. . . )
i LOVE Handock's at the Marriott. I myself though prefer a breakfast brunch rather than a lunch brunch. You can call in advance and make a reservation. The seats are very comfortable. I think it is $15.95. They have a omlet/egg station and my favorite thing there is that they make the belgian waffels in the cast iron right infront of you. But the best thing is that they are mini's . Love them :) I have been to Finians (I think it is just ok....the food is not bad...dont get me wrong, but the atmosphere and food just are not wonderful). Finians has lunch & breakfast all you can eat. Best place is Jamies. You can go to any of their locations (braintree, scituate, and I think they have more). That is all I can think of .
Scarlet Oak is nice. I have had brunch there 4 or 5 times. Strawberry Fair pretty much right across the street from Scarlet Oak has a good brunch menu as well and is more casual.
Scarlet Oak Tavern
1217 Main Street, Hingham, MA 02043
Strawberry Fair Restaurant
14 Pond St, Norwell, MA 02061
Last week, we decided to try the Fox and Hound in Quincy for brunch. It was the first time I'd tried that restaurant and it wasn't bad at all. It's not the most extensive selection, but it's only $12 for the buffet, and the quality of the food was good.