Try Classic New England Popovers at Popover King
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Atlantic Fish proves that brunch is better with seafood. Its chef bucks brunch tradition and finds creative ways to incorporate fresh fish and crustaceans into almost every item on the brunch menu. Complemented by a cup of hot coffee, a bloody mary with shrimp around the rim, or a mimosa starring freshly squeezed OJ, the brunch dishes delight customers every weekend morning.
For the main course, you can't go wrong with one of the signature seafood Benedicts. Order yours crowned with lobster, smoked salmon, or a crab cake. If you're craving an omelet, Atlantic Fish can accommodate. Its omelet stuffed with lobster meat, buffalo mozzarella cheese, and tomatoes is unlike anything you'll find at other Boston brunch spots. Then again, when you just want a simple and classic brunch dish, you can always order the challah French toast with a drizzle of maple syrup on top.