Eating out: Joe’s American Bar and Grill Newbury St.

Brunch has become a popular meal time on weekends since a lot of us get up later than we do on weekdays. Brunch, being a combination of breakfast and lunch tends to be more filling and has more variety than breakfast. A few Boston bloggers and I were invited to try the new brunch menu at Joe’s American on Newbury Street in Boston. I had such a great time hanging with fellow bloggers and the food at Joe’s was delicious.

Joe's American Bar and Grill Newbury Street
Joe’s American Newbury Street
Corned Beef Hash
Crab Cake Benedict
Blueberry Pancakes
Pork sliders Joe's American
Pork Slider
Chef Dan Joe’s American Bar and Grill

The menu is very American with dishes like biscuit and sausage gravy, corned beef hash and blueberry pancakes. I love that there is something for everyone including delicious granola, yogurt and seasonal fruit for those looking for something lighter. We had the pleasure of meeting chef Dan who was very pleasant and clearly passionate about his food. It’s always refreshing to meet a chef who cares about the dishes that are coming out of his kitchen.

So if ever you are in Boston and need to brunch with your friends and family, Joe’s American is definitely worth the visit. They are open 365 days a year which is amazing. You would not believe this restaurant was open everyday during that terrible winter we had in Boston . If that doesn’t show dedication I don’t know what else will.

Joe’s American Bar and Grill Hours

Monday – Friday 7:30AM – 1AM

Saturday – Sunday 8AM- 1AM

Joe’s Newbury has many meal options but if you want to go there to try their fabulous brunch menu remember that brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 11AM – 3PM.Since its located on Newbury street you can go shopping after your meal, now that’s my idea of a great day.

If you are looking to try a new Boston Restaurant be sure to check out another top Boston restaurant here

Disclaimer: Although my meal at Joe’s was complementary, the opinions and views in this post are completely my own. Thank you for visiting. 

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  1. I’m definitely a brunch person – like to enjoy food and take it slow and not necessarily wake up so early in the morning to have breakfast. I’ve never come across a crab version of an egg benedict. How did it taste?

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  2. Oh the food looks super scrumptious! I tend to eat late breakfast on weekends too but much prefer homemade as I feel incredibly lazy over the weekend, unless I’m meeting with someone 🙂 I wish there was Joe’s around here!

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