Brunch: Craigie on Main

Do you remember many moons ago, I mentioned my Dukedom at Craigie on Main? Well, since then I’ve felt it my personal goal to hang onto my title. Woe is me, I have such a hard life spending quality time eating the most delicious food.

Well you’ll also remember a few moons after those many moons, I mentioned my love for brunch. As it turns out, Craigie has a pretty sweet brunch situation on its hands and as many Sundays as we can, Mr. E and I drive down to Cambridge to grab either the corner table in the dining room or the furthest seats at the bar just for that brunch.

I don’t think I can say enough nice things about Tony Maws and the entire Craigie family, so from this point on, I will let the photos do the talking.


Sitting barside

Ted making the most refreshing OJ

Slicing some fresh oranges to make dehydrated port soaked orange slices as a drink garnish (thanks for education Ted and Zach!)

Grilled Pineapple with a hint of curry undertones

Country Style Organic Whole Wheat Pancakes with warm port-soaked compote and maple syrup

Grass-Fed & House-Brined Corned Beef Cheek & Smoked Beef Tongue Hash topped with a slow-poached farm-fresh egg and crispy onion rings

House-made Doughnut with Confiture du Lait

Poached Pear, Organic Yogurt, and Pomegranate Seeds

Mesclun Salad topped with a slow-poached farm-fresh egg and crispy onion rings

House-Smoked Scottish Salmon & Mackerel Rillettes served with a bagel and traditional accompaniments (these fish change from week to week)

I’d tell you all to go, just make sure you steer clear of those barseats if you see me coming!

Craigie on Main
853 Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 497-5511

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3 Comments on “Brunch: Craigie on Main”

  1. marjorie maws
    April 19, 2012 at 6:56 pm #

    Thank you so much!!!! Can’t wait to cook for you again.
    Your pals at Craigie

    • ktfrek
      April 20, 2012 at 9:16 am #

      Thanks Marjorie. It’s always such a pleasure stopping by for some treats.

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