Brockton’s Best Brunches for Easter Morning 2018
There’s nothing like getting all your loved ones together for the Easter holiday. One of the best parts of this holiday is sharing stories and catching up over a tasty meal. This year, make sure to add a brunch outing to your Easter agenda at one of Brockton’s best brunch spots.
Below, you’ll find more information about what Bickford’s Grille, The Farmer’s Daughter, and JJ’s Caffe have in store for brunch-goers this upcoming holiday!
For several decades now, Bickford’s Family Restaurants have been dedicated to serving up quality made-from-scratch breakfast any time of the day. Bickford’s Family Grille takes this idea and runs with it with the addition of delicious lunch and dinner favorites, craft beers, and tasty cocktails.
Brunch at Bickford’s offers a wide variety of delicious plates. Embrace your inner breakfast enthusiast with filled French crepes and sausages or branch out with a lunch-y meal, such as New England style lobster roll or premium half-pound burger.
The Farmer’s Daughter
Chandra Gouldrup, the founder of The Farmer’s Daughter, grew up with a dual passion for authentic Sicilian food and the farm-to-table concept. Having grown up with a father who was raised on a Maine potato farm, she chose to dedicate her life to delivering quality food with overwhelming personality.
The Farmer’s Daughter partners with local farmers and providers to create menus you won’t find anywhere else. Their (Boozy) Brunch menu includes a plethora of traditional brunch cocktails with a twist. Pair them a Boston Benedict, Todd’s “Knock Your Pants Off” Banana Pancakes, or Pulled Pork Flatbread.
What was once the Dew Drop Inn was transformed into JJ’s Caffe, a must-visit brunch spot, when a father-son duo decided to take their dreams to the next level. Here, they specialize in making everyone feel at home with superior quality and a homey atmosphere.
While you can get all the traditional brunch plates at JJ’s Caffe, we recommend trying one of their many unique creations, such as the Hash Bomb, which is three deep-fried corned beef hash balls stuffed with gooey cheese and topped with sausage gravy and more cheese.