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Beacon Hill Bistro Brunch

bear | Dec 15, 201808:44 AM    

We hadn’t been back to the Beacon Hill Bistro in several years. We both found the old brunch menu kind of blah. I checked them out this morning and was wowed by the diversity of the current menu, so we headed on over. Everything was really good. I got my usual Eggs Benedict with the accompanying home fries, greens with an excellent vinaigrette and extra hollandaise. It is served on a Stone and Skillet muffin. My husband got the cod cakes and house baked beans with hollandaise, brown bread and home fries. Everything was very good, including service. My only quibble would be that the hollandaise could be a little thicker. The space is lovely, prices are reasonable and we will definitely put this back into the regular weekend brunch rotation. Bonus, they start serving at 8.

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