You partied. Probably a little too hard. And 2013 has come knocking on your door, hungry, grouchy and just a little bit hungover. Your best bet is to start the year off on a good foot, and treat 2013 with a feast fit for a king. Below you’ll find a list of Boston restaurants serving killer New Year’s Day brunches. From spicy Bloody Marys to fluffy pancakes to savory omelets, these seven Boston brunches will satiate your appetite and cure your killer hangover on New Year’s Day. Welcome to 2013, people!
Aquitaine – 11am – 3pm –The South End’s Aquitaine features special New Year’s Day items on their brunch menu, including Brioche French Toast with Crispy Bacon. That’s a hangover cure just waiting to be eaten.
Brasserie JO – 10am – 3pm – $35 – Enjoy some tunes with your eggs at Brasserie Jo’s jazz brunch on New Year’s Day.
Café Fleuri – 11:30am – 2pm – $70 – Café Fleuri in the Langham Hotel has an aptly-named Recovery Brunch, featuring all of your favorite brunch foods.
City Landing – 11am – 3pm – City Landing’s special “Of Bacon & Bloodys” brunch pairs bacon-centric dishes, like a carintas breakfast burrito, with Bloody Mary varieties, such as a white bloody with cucumber vodka.
Craigie on Main – 11am – 2pm – $50 – Chef Tony Maws has created a “Lucky Brunch” to help you ring in the New Year right with foods that supposedly bring you good luck if you consume them. Additionally, two very lucky brunchers will have their entire check picked up by the restaurant!
The Fireplace – 11am – 4pm – a la carte – Don’t even bother getting dressed for brunch at The Fireplace. The restaurant is hosting a cozy pajama brunch to nurse your hangover .
West Bridge – 1pm – 5pm – $36 – Join West Bridge for “Drunch” (drunk brunch, get it?) on New Year’s Day. There will be a carving station for meats, as well as plenty of cocktails.
For more restaurants open on New Year’s Day 2013, check out this list from BostonChefs.com.
What’s your go-to New Year’s Day meal?