Breakfast On the Go

Top two places in Boston to grab the most important meal of the day

tatte bakery

 

Growing up in Boston, it took me a while to take advantage of the huge number of food varieties available around the city. There are so many food options to choose from, and it ranges from quick bites, fancy brunches, to luxurious dinners. With so many options in mind, it’s hard to narrow it down. Well, here are some of my favorite eats in Boston!

My favorite meal of the day is the fabulous combination of breakfast and lunch, most commonly known as brunch. I discovered Tatte Bakery and Cafe a couple years ago, and am so glad I gave this place try. Its marble interior gives it an aesthetic look that sets itself apart from the rest of the cafés in Boston. They have a wide selection to choose from including lots of fresh pastries. I recommend the Pistachio Croissant and the Morning Bun for when you want something a little sweet and light. My favorite dish is the Avocado Tartine, paired with a mocha coffee. There are multiple locations scattered in and around the Boston area. My personal favorite is the location in Brookline. If you ever have a little studying or work to catch up on, this is the place – Wi-Fi, delicious pastries and coffee, friendly staff, all of that good stuff.

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Looking for something quick? There are a ton of great spots to choose from, but when it comes to finding the breakfast sandwich of your dreams, you have to go to Mike & Patty’s in the South End. Don’t be fooled by the small shop, Mike & Patty’s can get crazy packed! The sandwich I always get is called The Fancy, which consists of bacon (semi-crispy), egg, avocado, and is flavored with their house mayo. It sounds simple, but I promise, you cannot replicate this at home! Get the sandwich with their fresh OJ and you’re in for a great start to your day.

breakfast sandwich

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