Easter Egg Hunt – 5 Egg-cellent Dishes In Boston

April 13, 2017 |
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As the grass turns green and flowers begin to bloom, conditions become perfect for the age-old Easter egg hunt! While children may spend hours searching for brightly colored plastic eggs filled with candies, we have a hunch that most adults would rather go for the real thing. To save you an overdose of jelly beans and bird-shaped marshmallows, we’ve compiled an egg-cellent list of egg dishes around Boston, so you can have an Easter Egg hunt of your own!


Eggs Benedict: Friendly Toast


Photo Credit: The Friendly Toast on Yelp

Leave your bunny ears at home and hop over to the Friendly Toast for their signature eggs benedict dishes. You can keep it traditional with ham and poached egg w/ classic hollandaise, or get one with with pulled pork on top of a biscuit or meatloaf with a sriracha honey glaze!

35 Stanhope St. in Back Bay, 1 Kendall Square in Cambridge


Scotch Egg: The Haven


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In the heart of Jamaica Plain, you’ll find this Scottish gem and one of Scotland’s most beloved egg dishes – the Scotch Egg! You will have to brush up on your egg-hunting skills, because these hard-boiled beauties are encased in crispy sausage. Want a few more veggies with your eggs? Get a classic Bubble and Squeak with two poached eggs on top!

2 Perkins St. Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 617-524-2836 


Eggs on Pizza: Salty Pig


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Who says eggs are only for breakfast? Go for a funghi pizza with fontina, mushrooms, and a fried egg on top! Need more than one pizza with egg on it? All pizzas can come with a fried egg on top!

130 Darmouth St. Boston, MA 02116, 617-536-6200   


Deviled Eggs: LuLu’s Allston


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There’s no hiding that everyone loves the deviled eggs at Lulu’s-which explains why on the menu they’re called the BAE! Served in an egg carton, these deviled delicacies come piled with a creamy egg yolk filling with crumbled bacon and arugula. It’ll definitely be love at first bite!

421 Cambridge St. Allston MA 02134 617-787-1117 


Egg Tart: Yi Soon Bakery


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If you’re looking for an eggy dish a little on the sweet side, you can’t go wrong with an egg tart from Yi Soon Bakery! A delicious sweet custard encased in a pastry crust, we can’t think of a better way to end an egg-filled feast!

112 Brighton Ave, Allston MA 02134 617-254-3099


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