Rosebud offers a Southern-inspired brunch filled with hush-puppies and biscuits. Long lines are common, but if you want to jump to the front, make a reservation. Make your own bloody Mary and chow down on the spicy home fries as you sit on the patio or in the bar or dining-car part of the restaurant.
Soundbites has been a staple of the Somerville community for nearly two decades. It is consistently featured in Boston Magazine’s ‘Best of Boston’ and for good reason. Its omelets, grilled hash and famous Broadway Bowl leave everyone full and satisfied. No matter what your taste, you can find just what you’re looking for at Soundbites.
Soundbites Restaurant, 704 Broadway, Somerville, MA, +1 617 623 8338
Three Little Figs is a great place to meet a friend and eat some of the most delicious baked goods in Somerville. Their menu is filled with yummy sandwiches, kombucha, juices, scones, muffins and more. Everything on the menu has a little twist, which makes this café stand out from all the others. Also, most of their products are locallygrown, so your mind can rest easy as you enjoy your food.
Three Little Figs, 278 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA, +1 617 623 3447
Enjoy some of the best donuts in Boston at this local donut shop. There are classic chocolate-glazed donuts alongside more original options like maple-bacon and the pretzel donut. No matter what you get, you’ll be pleased. Union Square Donuts is open every day at 7am, so be sure to get there early and take advantage of its full donut selection before they run out.
Union Square Donuts, 20 Bow Street, Somerville, MA +1 617 209 2257
Open every day at 7 am, The Neighborhood is a Portuguese brunch place that makes all of its own bread and desert. It’s packed on weekends, but you cannot find better cream of wheat or more original pancakes anywhere else. Be prepared to take a nap afterwards, because there is no way you can go to The Neighborhood without stuffing yourself to the brim.
Neighborhood Restaurant, 25 Bow Street, Somerville, MA, +1 617 623 9710