Brunchstagrams of the Week (April 1, 2018)

Happy Passover and Happy Easter! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend full of food and family. I'm starting a two-week clean eating diet today, so I'll be living vicariously through all of you for the time being. I usually choose about five of these, but tonight I'm both indecisive and hungry, so there are a few more than usual. Let's get to them! 

I'm unsure how I feel about Peeps-- some years I like them, some years I don't, but I'm sure they're a great doughnut topping! Kane's always has fun holiday creations. 

Speaking of great toppings, I feel like ALL drinks should come with a snack. This iced coffee from the Broadway looks perfect for those days when you roll up to brunch a little hangry and need something to eat ASAP. 

I LOVE these waffles from Local 149. If you haven't been there yet, make a reservation ASAP and make sure you order these first thing. 

Dim Sum is the ULTIMATE brunch. You eat as much as you want, all the food is amazing, and Chinatown is such a fun neighborhood to explore. My favorite Dim Sum place is China Pearl by far-- but I'm always up to try a new spot if you have suggestions!

Pretty jealous of whoever got to enjoy this box of Kane's doughnuts...

Easter is synonymous with brunch, and this spread is perfect. OAK Long Bar has a great brunch any day of the year, so I'm sure they went all out for Easter. 

BIG fan of what's happening on this plate. And now craving french toast. 

 

The famed Magnolia Bakery FINALLY opened a Boston location this week. Their special dessert only available at the Faneuil Hall Location is a Boston Cream Pie Banana Pudding, and  I can honestly say it is one of the best desserts I have EVER had. Ever. And I've had a LOT of dessert in my lifetime.