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On June 19th, The Back Bay Hotel’s famous Stanhope Grille will feature special Father’s Day brunch options. This Father’s Day, Stanhope Grille at The Back Bay Hotel in Boston will raise a glass to Dad with a breakfast buffet and a la carte brunch specials. Fit for the whole family, guests will be able to enjoy brunch on Stanhope Grille’s scenic outdoor patio or inside at the restaurant. Available until 11am, the breakfast buffet will offer a selection of hot items alongside an assortment of pastries, fruits, cereals and yogurts.

Stanhope Grille will also feature an array of a la carte brunch specials including the following: Yogurt Parfait ($7); Irish Oatmeal Crème Brulèe ($8); Fresh Fruit Plate ($10); Flatbread Pizza ($10); Brioche French Toast ($14); Buttermilk Pancakes ($14); House Smoked Salmon ($18); The Grille Burger ($13); Florentine Omelet ($16); Salmon Benedict ($18); All American Breakfast ($17); Steak and Eggs ($17); and, Irish Breakfast ($19). For the kids, Stanhope Grille will serve up five different items ($7 each): Mini Cheeseburger Sliders; Chicken Fingers with Hand Cut Fries; Silver Dollar Pancakes; Macaroni & Cheese; and, Grilled Cheese Sandwich.

The Details:
Stanhope Grille, The Back Bay Hotel, 350 Stuart Street, Boston, MA 02116
Sunday, June 19th from 7:00am – 2:00pm
Breakfast buffet: 7:00am – 11:00am
A la carte brunch specials: 7:00am – 2:00pm

Breakfast buffet: $23 per person
A la carte brunch specials: individually priced
A la carte kids’ specials: $7 each

Visit The Doyle Collection’s site for more information on their luxury hotels in Boston and in particular, one of their 5 Star Luxury Hotels in Boston, The Back Bay Hotel.

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