The Gallows Improves Mondays with Breakfast for Dinner

The ultimate industry brunch launches with huevos tacos, ‘sunrise’ poutine, coffee-infused whiskey, and more.

Corned beef hash, sunny eggs, and rye toast from the Gallows' brunch—and Monday brinner—menu

Corned beef hash, sunny eggs, and rye toast from the Gallows’ brunch—and Monday brinner—menu. / Photo provided

Mondays are universally dreaded, while breakfast-for-dinner is universally beloved. A South End hangout is making the best of a bad situation: Mondays are now for brinner at the Gallows. Beginning tonight, the Gallows’ beloved brunch menu is now available alongside regular dinner offerings from 5-10 p.m.

“We love brunch, [but] we never get to eat it because we’re always working, so it was a no-brainer,” says the Gallows co-owner Rebecca Roth Gullo. The fun special is a way to “give some love to those in our business and mix it up for our regulars.”

To start, there’s more time in the week for favorites like beer-braised corned beef hash with rye toast, “sunrise” poutine, topped with country smoked ham, curds, and a sunny egg; and the Southern short stack of cornmeal griddle cakes laden with pulled pork, chipotle maple syrup, and black pepper maple butter. In the coming weeks, brunch-style specials will rotate among the offerings, too.

Don’t miss appropriate-for-day-drinking beverages like Buzz Overkill, with coffee-soaked whiskey, Averna, and vanilla simple syrup; and a gamut of Bloody Marys, too. Check out the brunch-cum-Monday-night-brinner menu below.

The Gallows, 1395 Washington St., South End, Boston, 617-425-0200, thegallowsboston.com.