By now, the late-morning Benedicts at Rosebud American Kitchen & Bar and hefty taco plates from the Painted Burro are ingrained in our brunch rotation. It only seems right that the new Brookline sibling spot gets in on the action. To kick off April, Burro Bar debuted its own weekend brunch service, complete with egg-drenched eats and plenty of fruity cocktails.
The menu sticks to the Latin American-inspired direction chef and owner Joe Cassinelli launched with in Washington Square, showcasing influences from Mexican regions like Oaxaca and Baja. Highlights include the Burro Benedict, with ham, refried beans, and chili hollandaise; small plates like the Mexican street corn esquites, served off the cob and topped with garlic mojo, peppers, and cilantro; and the El Montanero “Superbeasto,” a monstrous mix of fried eggs, chorizo, rice, and charro beans. Check out the full menu below.
To drink, sip spins on mimosas and bloody Marias, or go for a house concoction like Hair of the Dog horchata, or the Modelo Michelada, a beer cocktail with tomato juice and fresh herbs. A selection of non-alcoholic drinks, Fazenda Coffee, and Mem Teas are also available.
Burro Bar brunch runs every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
1665 Beacon St., Washington Square, Brookline, 617-277-0427, burrobarbrookline.com.
Source URL: https://www.bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/2017/04/05/burro-bar-brunch-menu/
Copyright ©2019 Boston Magazine unless otherwise noted.