Who better to ask where to go for brunch in Boston than other chefs and industry leaders (as seen in Eater’s Boston’s Best Boozy Brunches).
Our Pajama Brunch is one of the signature experiences here at Tremont 647 and Sister Sorel. On Saturdays and Sundays, we host a laid-back brunching experience: we have the very basic breakfast options (two eggs with a side of bacon please) but we suggest you opt for our more creative dishes bursting with flavor, Andy Husbands’ style. If you dine here, you DO have to get out of bed…but you don’t have to get out of your pajamas.
What? Pajama Brunch
When? Saturdays and Sundays starting at 10:30am
What you’ll see? Our staff setting that relaxing vibe in their pajamas–yes we even have a staff member who wears a dinosaur onesie!
What you’ll drink? Start your morning off with a kick in your butt espresso or perhaps you choose the 647 Bloody or the Big Girl Bellini (the Bellini is one of many cocktails that can be ordered by the glass or in a carafe for the whole table).
What you’ll eat? Start your meal with a house-made poptart. They change daily and are inspired by fun treats like Oreo cookies or Strawberry Daiquiris. For the sweet tooth, order the Golden Girl French Toast Sticks (we were semifinalists in the 2016 Eater Breakfast Week battle!) or our Chef Mel’s Chicken and Waffle Balls. For the savory brunchers, our Fried Chicken Benny is a hit (served on a sage and grilled corn biscuit with poached eggs and a 3 chili gravy!) or try the Spicy Slam (imagine a spicy, savory take on an egg & cheese). Want to eat like you are part of the hospitality industry? Order our Staff Meal, complete with a High Life.
Who you’ll meet? Neighborhood folks, a table of young women who opted for brunch over spin class, a South End family where the kids don’t have to fight over the oversized pop tarts, or a group of men reliving the earlier evening’s shenanigans.
What the industry folks say (From Eater Boston):
“Tremont 647 kills it with their home-made pop tarts.” —Ashley Santos, sous chef at Trade
“Brunch cocktails are always a fan favorite, so restaurants and bars need to make sure their game is on point. A restaurant that kills it for booze at brunch is Tremont 647. It’s just so much fun there.” —Matthew Barre, executive chef of The Tap Trailhouse
“Tremont 647’s pajama brunch is fun.” —Brian Poe, chef/owner of Bukowski Tavern (Cambridge), Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake, and The Tip Tap Room