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Brunch for the GBFB

Posted by Rachel Kossman  January 12, 2012 08:00 AM

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It's no secret I'm obsessed with brunch. So when I caught wind of the Greater Boston Food Bank's Super Hunger Brunch, you can imagine how thrilled I was.

For more than two decades, the GBFB has been teaming up with fabulous Boston restaurants for this event. The concept is simple - purchase a gift certificate on the GBFB's website for either $25, $35 or $50 and that gift certificate is good for brunch at any of the participating restaurants on Saturday, January 28th or Sunday, January 29th.

I know it doesn't exactly fall into the nightlife category, but all proceeds from the event sponsor the food bank, so you donate to an incredible cause and brunch at a great local restaurant. It really is a win-win.

Below is a list of the participating restaurants, broken down by price. I'd suggest inviting a handful of friends and ordering a few gift certificates for your group to share.


$25 Restaurants

Saturday:

  • The Fireplace, Brookline
  • Michael's Harborside, Newburyport

    Sunday:

  • Appetito, Newton
  • Bin 26, Boston
  • The Elephant Walk, Waltham
  • Garden At the Cellar, Cambridge
  • La Morra, Brookline
  • North 26, Boston
  • Stella, Boston
  • Ten Center Street, Newburyport

    $35 Restaurants

    Saturday:

  • Grill 23 & Bar, Boston
  • Harvest, Cambridge
  • Sel de la Terre (Back Bay), Boston

    Sunday:

  • Chez Henri, Cambridge
  • CLINK., Boston
  • Hamersley's Bistro, Boston
  • Post 390, Boston
  • Rialto, Cambridge
  • Tosca, Hingham
  • 80 Thoreau, Concord

    $50 Restaurants

    Saturday:

  • L'Espalier, Boston

    Sunday:

  • Blue Ginger, Wellesley
  • Craigie on Main, Cambridge
  • I'm thinking about heading to CLINK., Sel de la Terre or The Fireplace -- I can't make up my mind yet! Any suggestions?

    Take this opportunity to support the greater good and try out a fabulous new brunch spot. Just don't forget to make a reservation!

    Is your favorite brunch spot on this list? Where are you going to support the GBFB? Comment!

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    About the author

    Rachel Kossman is a California girl and New England transplant who graduated from Northeastern University in 2011. She has a penchant for discovering new restaurants and bars, devouring Mexican food, More »

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