It was a long holiday weekend and what better way to enjoy it than with a leisurely, relaxing brunch? So, we headed over to Earls at Prudential Center for their Happy Hour Brunch and were not disappointed, starting with $5.00 Mimosas!
The Golden Waffles And Cream were a big hit with everyone at our table. Made with a terrific cheesecake mousse they were not at all overly sweet as waffles can sometimes be. A top fave.
Eggs Benedict: Two Poached Eggs, Classic Hollandaise, Virginia Ham. Toasted Baguette served with Crispy Potatoes. I didn't sample this plate myself but was told it was good albeit light on the lemon in the sauce.
Chorizo And Mushroom Hash: Avocado, Crispy Fried Potatoes, Topped With Poached Eggs And Hollandaise.
Steak And Eggs: Two Fried Eggs, Avocado, Bacon Jam, On Warm, Griddled Baguette with Crispy Potatoes. This was my choice. They had me at bacon jam. I just love a savory jam and this one was great. The steak was cooked to order, the eggs just runny enough and the potatoes nicely crisped and herbed. Yes, I'd order this again.
Avocado Super Brunch: Poached Eggs, Smashed Avocado, Olive Oil And Tomatoes, Radis, Spicy Siracha, Toasted Hemp Seeds On A Toasted Baguette With Field Greens. So, this is the one for the avocado toast lovers who like a little spice.
Of course the Instagram pics were flying at this blogger event! The space is big and airy with a busy, younger crowd but not overly loud. Entrees average about $14.00 and, as noted, drinks are very reasonable with $5.00 Mimosas and a fine Bloody Mary at $8.75. No trendy make-your-own Bloody Mary station which I am not a fan of anyway. Overall a nice brunch in a cool spot.
Earls Kitchen + Bar Prudential Center
800 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02199
This was a media/blogger event hosted by Earls.