Drink your tea pinky out at the Taj Boston's rooftop champagne brunch buffet on the hotel's 17th floor. The meal will cost you but the sweeping views of the city are free. Read more.
Head over to this neighborhood gem for suckling pig brunch specials that will alternate weekly. Regal Beagle offers brunch every weekend and now on Monday afternoons too. Read more.
It's a different kind of BYOB at this haunt's brunch: be-your-own-bartender. Toss celery, olives, Worcestershire sauce, and more into your spicy cocktail and enjoy menu items like the Cuban Reuben. Read more.
If you like your brunch with a jazzy twist, hoof it to this South End hot spot for eats and music. Snack on decadent poutine — cheese fries smothered in gravy and topped with eggs ($14). Read more.
Bluegrass Brunch! Where else could you find live banjo, fiddle, and guitar on the menu but at Highland Kitchen's Sunday brunch? Put some south in your mouth with an order of shrimp and grits. Read more.
Relax and enjoy a Sunday brunch featuring live reggae music while snacking on a banana crepe ($6) or maybe the corned beef hash and eggs ($12). No pressure. Read more.
This classic diner named after John Hughes's 1985 movie serves menu items named after the movie characters. Go ahead: Wear your scrunchies and Chucks while dining to an 80's soundtrack. Read more.
Healthy eaters: Skip the corner diner and head straight for the buffet at this pub. All offer carving and omelet stations and all-you-can-eat fruit, breads, salads, and ice cream sundaes. Read more.
Rough morning? Don't bother getting dressed — laid back types can gather at Tremont 647 and the adjacent Sister Sorel for a lazy pajama brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Read more.