Wake up, Bostonians! It’s time you get to know the tastiest breakfast catering Boston chefs have hot and ready for you. According to Thrillist, Boston eaters are all about “expecting the absolute best and accepting nothing less.”
So when you need to get the most from your morning meeting, classic continental buffets, oatmeal bowls topped with crunchy seeds and fruit, indulgent house-made pastries, and even meat-packed breakfast pizzas await you. Grab a cup of java, and read up on these ten catering restaurants delivering the best breakfast in Boston.
Uno Due Go (Summer St.)
When you need a breakfast spread to impress, Uno Due Go has your back. Puffy vegetarian soufflés teem with spinach and feta, dizzy with Alfredo sauce, or ripe with turkey sausage and cheddar. Or set up an 8-grain oatmeal bar complete with sweet and crunchy toppings like crunchy organic granola and fresh summer strawberries. It makes the best breakfast in Boston taste like Boston’s best dessert. (We promise it’s still good for you.) Uno Due Go right now.
Max’s Deli Café (Milk St.)
Think downy quiche Lorraine velvety with cheese and flecked with crispy bacon. Or platters of fried egg sandwiches spilling with savory sausage. Organic, fair-trade, super dark Pierce Brothers Fogbuster coffee seals the deal; the signature flavor blends five beans at three different roasts for a smoky, spicy, full-bodied brew with just a tinge of acidity. This classic New York-style deli delivers the breakfast catering Boston coffee fans have been waiting for.
Oat Shop (Somerville)
Boston’s very first oatmeal café delivers more than just certified gluten-free oat and chia bowls. Other must-orders include yogurt parfaits topped with house-made granola and berries that make for a not-too sweet morning treat. Busy day ahead? Smoothies flavored with spicy chocolate chili or cooling mint and matcha fuel moving bodies. Refreshing fresh fruit and wholesome baked goods round out the menu customers rave makes for an exciting start to a healthy day.
Wicked Catering (Massachusetts Ave.)
Have fun putting a wicked-fun breakfast together with this massive menu of morning options. Customers often opt for the Wicked’s Continental—a spread of sweet and savory including powdered donuts, mini cinnamon buns, bagels, and fruit that start every morning training session off right. How about a Greek yogurt bar? Or individual bubbly pancake soufflés filled with sweet berries or savory sausage and served with real maple syrup? Make it a breakfast party. Make it wicked awesome breakfast party.
Trio Café (Fish Pier St. W)
This family-owned café delivers everything you could want on a dazzling breakfast buffet, like stacks of pancakes and French toast dripping with syrup, crispy bacon and sausage, scrambled eggs, and flavorful home fries. But for the creative breakfast catering Boston customers crave, mix it up and try their savory breakfast pizza. A vegetarian option comes loaded with freshly sliced peppers, sweet onions, chopped tomatoes, scrambled eggs, and cheese. Or try one loaded with crispy bacon, spicy sausage, and sweet ham.
Café de Boston (Federal St.)
This Mediterranean café delivers inspiring global fare and is a certified 3-star Green restaurant. This means the eggs in their bake with quinoa, zucchini, mozzarella, and onions are cage-free and packed with extra nutrients. Oats on the breakfast bar with fixings of brown sugar, raisins, banana chips, and cinnamon are steel cut. Sandwiches and hot plates teem with salty corned beef hash, savory chicken sausage crisped to perfection, and fragrant grilled potatoes. And with designated plates for vegetarian and gluten-free eaters, all are welcome to fill up. 3-star service, indeed.
Kane’s Handcrafted Donuts (Oliver St.)
The five siblings who run this 70-year old Boston mainstay believe donuts are love. And so locally milled flour, farm-fresh eggs, organic local honey, and fresh produce go into the donuts they make on-site daily. Good luck choosing from the à la carte menu, or mixing by the many dozen. For a signature must-order, the fluffy fried Maple Bacon is topped with real Vermont maple syrup glaze and a smattering of hand-chopped Cherrywood-smoked bacon. The classic Boston cream donut bursts with sweet Bavarian crème and a swipe of rich Swiss chocolate frosting. And both gluten- and dairy-free vanilla and chocolate glazed donuts are made in separate areas and in dedicated kettles, ensuring safe starts to sweet days. Donut love, indeed.
Boston Common Coffee Co. (High St.)
The best breakfast in Boston is nothing if not paired with a premium cup of joe. Boston Common Coffee roasts daily a rotating selection of single-origin beans, ensuring the freshest brew in town. Pastries made in small batches get the same attention. For full-on decadence, the buttery chocolate and almond croissant is coffee’s best friend. Or try a tray of muffin tops (always the best part) in hearty flavors like fall-flecked carrot pecan, sweet chocolate chip, or whole wheat, rolled oats, and tart dried cranberries. A seasonal flavor of vegan scone and gluten-free muffin top satiates pastry lovers with dietary restrictions, too. Cheers to sweet, caffeinated mornings!
Rebecca’s Cafe (Four Locations)
Rise and shine with one of the most trustworthy names in breakfast catering Boston has on deck. Tart fresh fruit comes both chopped in salad or elegantly sliced. Individual ham and cheese or mushroom and spinach frittatas make both a stylish and serviceable spread. A build-your-own breakfast bowl of yogurt and cottage cheese satisfies all morning cravings: top with sweet fruit, honey, granola, nuts, or savory toppings like tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, and avocado. Washed down with EcoGrounds coffee, Rebecca’s fuels and satisfies.
South End Buttery (Shawmut Ave.)
The team at South End Buttery believes simple ingredients make exceptional food. Which is why their bestselling item oatmeal terrine comes with organic oats, organic soy milk, dried fruit, flax seeds, toasted nuts, fresh fruit, and bran. A boardroom breakfast smartly spreads assorted bagels with lightly smoked salmon and classic fixings like cured capers, sharp red onions, and sweet tomatoes. Then fresh muffins, buttery scones, and sweet breakfast breads with house-made jam and butter, orange juice, and coffee round it out. When you want sophisticated cuisine, the best breakfast in Boston delivers.
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