Who doesn’t love a good breakfast? Likewise, who hasn’t had a bad breakfast experience at a restaurant that’s gotten the day off to a terrible start?
Colonial doesn’t want that to happen to you. Thus, as a breakfast PSA, here’s the five best breakfast spots in Boston according to Yelpers.
4. Billy’s Sub Shop: 57 Berkeley St.
According to the restaurant:
Billy’s Sub Shop is a family owned and operated restaurant offering the city of Boston breakfast and lunch. Our menu is a traditional diner’s heavily accented with Greek elements, so you’ll find things ranging from omelets and pancakes to gyro sandwiches and falafel sitting side by side. We also have the freshest sandwiches and soup around, along with daily specials made from scratch. We’re conveniently located near the T, and hope you’ll stop by to see us soon!
3. Theo’s Cozy Corner: 162 Salem St.
According to Yelpers, the french toast and pancakes at the this North End gem are the best in Boston. Busy and small with wicked good food, Theo’s is what breakfast is all about.
2. Espresso Love: 33 Broad St.
As the restaurants website states:
Carol McManus opened Espresso Love on Martha’s Vineyard in 1992. She was new to the food business, but she loved to bake and was compelled to make a living – she was the single mother of 5! She set out to make the very best morning treats and coffee and it is this simple goal that has kept the counters busy from 6:30am until late in the pm. Fresh baked goods, soups, sandwiches, and, of course, great coffee keep the crowds coming all day long. Now her son, TJ, has opened the Boston location at 33 Broad Street. Espresso Love is a cheery place with fast service, but we love it when you linger. Stop by and get the “love.”
1. Blunch: 59 E Springfield St.
The South End standout serves: “Pressed specialty sandwiches, including eggwhiches, house made soups, and fresh salads. Daily baked sweets.” Reportedly, the chocolate chip cookies are otherworldly as well.