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Les Sablons Debuts a Sunday Brunch Menu

With a smoked salmon Benedict, French pastries, cocktails from Jackson Cannon, and more.
Les Sablons

Les Sablons. / Photo by Emily Hagen

If a father figure in your life loves oysters on the half shell, Belgian waffles, smoked salmon Benedict, and/or French pastries, here’s your Father’s Day plan. Les Sablons, the newest restaurant from Garrett Harker and his venerable Row 34 team, debuts Sunday brunch this week—and Sunday is Father’s Day.

The offerings have the continental European flair that inspires the concept, located in the historic conductor’s building in Harvard Square. Chef Jeremy Sewall’s menu offers a few fresh raw oysters (à l’état brut means “in the raw”), a few springy salads, a Croque Madame, a full English breakfast, leek and comté quiche, croissants, and more. Check it out below.

Jackson Cannon has new cocktails just for brunch, too. His team is whipping up Pimento, with Citadel gin, blackberry Lillet, lemon, and sparkling water; and Flight Doctor Julep, with cognac, Jamaican black rum, Basque cider, and pomegranate. There are a few choice wines to be had, including a Tuscan rosé on draft; and a keg of Unibroue Blanche de Chambly, a Québécois witbier, is also in the house this weekend.

Brunch will continue at Les Sablons every Sunday.

Sundays beginning June 18, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., 2 Bennett St., Cambridge, 617-268-6800, lscambridge.com.


Jacqueline Cain Associate Food Editor at Boston Magazine jcain@bostonmagazine.com