Boston Brunchers do City Brunch at the Langham Hotel

Somehow, amidst all the cold, sad and grey that is January, something amazing happened to me yesterday. Well not just me, me and 14 other food obsessed individuals to be exact. And when I say amazing I mean out-of-this-world-super-awesome-AMAZING! I was invited to experience a preview of Heaven. Foodie Heaven to be more specific. Like Disney for adults (with elevated palates), the City Brunch at the Langham Hotel is unlike anything else I’ve ever seen. Fondue fountains, hand-rolled sushi, fruit parfaits, fresh cheese, brioche french toast, eggs to order (with lobster!!) … and that’s barely making it past the first table. On any normal day it will cost you $52 to get into this infamous brunch, but if you’re invited by the Boston Brunchers it’ll cost you $free.

When I first heard the announcement that Boston Brunchers would be hosting their January event at the Langham Hotel’s City Brunch I was uber-excited. After looking at their menu for the first time, it literally rendered me speechless. Over three pages of delicious offerings covering breakfast, lunch and dinner items; you could easily spend an entire day there, storing up for the rest of winter. I myself took to eating the equivalent of 5 meals in a little over 2 hours. And because I’m still slightly brain dead from the heavily induced food coma, I’ll spare you my ramblings and show you why words really can’t do this fine meal justice.

The amount of drooling/eye-widening/weight gain/jealousy that is about to ensue may be detrimental to your health (both physical and mental), so proceed with caution, and don’t say I didn’t warn you…

Eggs Benedict with Canadian Bacon and Chive Hollandaise | Bacon | Homestyle Bliss Potatoes with Melted Onion

Mixed Berries | Vanilla Yogurt | Granola Coupe

Assorted Mini Muffins

Duck Prosciutto Wrapped Roasted Red Pear with Lavender Honey*

Shelburne Cheddar | Funny Maison Swiss | Spiced Honey Roasted Pecans

Fresh House Made Mozzarella | Vine Ripe Tomatoes | Basil | Olive Oil

Beef Carpaccio with Arugula, Parmesan and Garlic Aioli*

Roasted Beets | Lakes End Goat Cheese | Marcona Almond

Pasta to Order: 5 Cheese Tortellini with Prosciutto | Sundried Tomatoes | Mushrooms  Garlic | Olive Oil

Jonah Crab “Cake” | Ruby Grapefruit

Lobster Mac n’ Cheese*

Fresh-out-the-oven Beignet*

Pistachio & Caramel Cake

Triple Chocolate Tart

Self-dipped Choco-covered Strawberry

Crepe to Order: White Chocolate & Strawberries*

Chocolate Mousse Dome

* = my faves! Special thanks to Renee of Boston Brunchers and Cafe Fleuri’s City Brunch at the Langham Hotel for putting together such a great morning and letting us all over-indulge to our tummy’s content. And if you’re still craving more photos definitely check out Brian’s photo recap from A Food For Thought.



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7 Responses to Boston Brunchers do City Brunch at the Langham Hotel

  1. Megan says:

    This was such a great brunch! So glad to see you there! Beautiful pictures.

  2. Amazing photos! Such a wonderful brunch I’m still thinking about it wish I could go back for more! Hope to see you soon!

  3. It was great to meet you! I love the humor you put into your posts, it had me smiling all over again!

  4. Carmen says:

    Wow… no wonder you were at the gym today for 2.5 hours!!!! Kidding aside, looks like a MARVELOUS BRUNCH… will have to go to it after I lose 20 pounds!

  5. Excuse me while I wipe the drool off my computer screen.

  6. Meesh says:

    OMG so jealous I missed this. Srzly amazing.

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