Brunch Bar: Taste Brunch Offerings From Over 50 Restaurants & Vendors
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Featured review from Michael Fried
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So much more than brunch! The event was held in a huge tent in the WGBH parking lot. Inside the tent were dozens of food and booze vendors, mostly local and pretty much all delicious. I was very impressed at the speed with which the vendors served the very reasonable crowd. Almost no waiting at any table, which is impressive when composing so many little tastes. And just about everything was delicious. Will definitely be back next year.
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It was better than expected. The vendors were all very friendly and very candid. My favorite items were the pork tostada and the pork belly on pound cake. My favorite wines were the cider wines from Carr's Ciderhouse. And I loved the food...continued
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