The "Brunch Fiesta" at Masa is quite possibly Boston’s best-kept secret. The two-course brunch costs $8.95 and comes with bottomless coffee and complimentary corn bread. Other excellent brunch spots include The Beehive, which offers brunch and live jazz every Saturday and Sunday, and The Friendly Toast in Kendall Squar
Whether you’re craving Vietnamese, Italian or Irish food, take-out is just a phone call away with more than 40 world cuisines offered to-go at restaurants all around Boston. Pick up the Drunken Noodles at Pho Basil (considered by many to be the best in Boston) or bring home an order of Penne Puttanesca from Artu, a popular Italian eatery in the North End. If you prefer to dine in, try The Beehive for a mix of flavors. The Lamb Moussaka and Seafood Ceviche are local favorites.
The Beehive will be giving 100 percent of the profits from the day to the Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Fund, named for a woman injured in the 2013 bombings that supports research for limb reconstruction. - Beehive in Boston, MA