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5 Reasons To Try The New Brunch at Mooo....

Posted by Michelle Zippelli  April 15, 2013 10:40 AM

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When I first heard about the details of Mooo's new brunch menu, I got slightly overwhelmed with excitement. I've had dinner there once before and it was a truly memorable experience with standout dishes - one of which was the dumplings that also appear on the brunch menu. The other, beef wellington. Starting mid March, Mooo now serves brunch every Sunday from 8am to 2pm. Their sister restaurant, Mistral, has been famous for its brunch for years and judging by Mooo's elaborate menu, live music and free valet offering, it seems to me they are looking to make a similar mark in the Boston brunch scene.

Here are some highlights from Mooo's brunch...

1. Bloody mary flight.

mooo_bloodymary.jpgYes, that exists.

2. Cinnamon sugar brioche.

mooo_brioche.jpgThis comes before the meal even starts.

3. Tator tots.

mooo_burger.jpgServed with the burger with sunny side egg on top.

4. The kobe dumplings.

mooo_dumplings.jpgIt wouldn't be Mooo without them. And dumplings for breakfast are always allowed.

5. This french toast.

mooo_frenchtoast.jpgComplete with a bruleed banana.

See what I mean?

Happy Marathon Monday!

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Michelle Zippelli is a Boston based hedonist who is committed to finding the best food that Boston has to offer. She has lived in Boston for 6 years and works in online marketing. Michelle loves meatballs, live music, exotic cheeses, Mexican food, spur of the moment dance parties, and all things pickled.
Jacki Morisi is a self-proclaimed bon vivant extraordinaire. A Boston native whose waking hours are exclusively focused on travel, music, food, and fare ... emphasis on food and fare. She's a firm believer that just because you're living on a young professional's budget doesn't mean you have to sacrifice taste, and carries this mantra into each and every dining endeavor.
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