Brewer’s Fork Now Serving Brunch

One of Boston's best beer gardens introduces wood-fired burgers, pupusas, and a meat-laden Irish breakfast.
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Photo courtesy of Christine Maus.

If you haven’t been to Michael Cooney and chef John Paine’s wonderful new beer garden in Charlestown, you’re really missing out. With wood-fired meatballs, kimchi-slathered pork belly, and pizzas studded with smoked meats from Moody’s Delicatessen, the Brewer’s Fork is producing some of the best beer-swilling bar fare this town has ever seen. And now, they’ve added a weekend brunch menu that’s equally enticing. Settle in with a shandy or even a high-octane rarity like Founder’s’ Kentucky Breakfast Stout (yes, they’re serving KBS!), and pair it with one of Paine’s new grass-fed beef burgers with bacon and a runny egg. Or try the C.B.L.T (that’s candied bacon), a pork and cheese pupusa, or the “Bizzle McGizzle,” an over-the-top Irish breakfast with sausage, beans, and tatties.

The Brewer’s Fork brunch is served every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday brunch service will be introduced later this summer.

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7 Moulton St., Charlestown; 617-337-5703 or brewersfork.com.


Christopher Hughes Chris Hughes, Food Editor at Boston Magazine chughes@bostonmagazine.com