By: Jessica Cickay
Although sunshine and 70 degree temps are wonderful, there’s something to be said about waking up on a Saturday, completely drained from a long week of work, and seeing cloudy skies and rain pelting against your windows. These unmotivating weather conditions are the ideal forecast to help motivate my tired behind to get to brunch, and in The Huntington at The Westin Copley Place in downtown Boston, I found the most delicious weekend spot to refuel, relax and reenergize for sunny skies to come.
When it comes to brunch, I’m a buffet-all-the-way kind of gal, and The Huntington’s setup certainly showed my stomach a good time. The Saturday brunch buffet offers an indulgent variety of fresh fruits, cereals, pastries, eggs, pancakes, plus an omelet bar and a Belgian waffle station where the giant bowl of fresh whipped cream alone made me happy with hunger! Right off the bat, the chefs treated us to a gorgeous, sleek starter to get our eating engines revved. We were presented with a thick and creamy blueberry banana smoothie shot, geometrically cut fresh fruit and a spoonful of oatmeal brulee. The oatmeal brulee was the standout, topped with tart granny smith apple and burnt brown sugar. Delicious!
The Huntington at The Westin Copley Place10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116