When we walked in the restaurant was basically empty, so needless to say we were seated straight away and were lucky enough to be able to sit in one of the comfortable booths lining the outside walls. Within minutes of ordering our drinks we were served some coffee cake.
It was moist with a tasty cinnamon swirl. It was warm and a perfect start to brunch - or really, a mix of brunch and lunch.
We were a bit all over the place when it came to ordering because all week we had planned for this day to be a burger lunch date, but the menu at Mass Ave. had us thinking differently. To start (because Nick ordered a mini plate), we ordered Parmesan truffle fries.
|A Mason Jar of Truffle Fries|
For my meal, I was not quite sure what to order - I was in the mood for lunch, but a couple of the breakfast items caught my eye as well. So, in a last minute decision, I went with the Chorizo hash.
Nick ordered the lobster tacos, which had poached lobster in a chipotle buerre blanc, sauteed corn and shallots.
Between the two failed restaurant attempts and having no plans to head to Mass Ave., you have no idea how pleasantly surprised we were with how great our meal was. We are definitely planning on heading back to Mass Ave for dinner soon. Even if you have gone for dinner, I highly recommend going for brunch - a great menu that tastes amazing!