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This Labor Day I decided a little staycation was in order. I never get to play tourist at home so I was pretty excited to wander around my favorite Boston sights. (You can read more about my staycation here.)
Of course, first things first for any vacation – I had to plan my meals. Where was I going to eat? What places have been on my To Eat list? What was I craving? Easy.
Labor Day is the worst. Not only does it signify the end of summer, but people start dropping F bombs left and right.
Now, because of that last statement you might think that I hate fall. I don’t. I love fall. (Hold up, is it weird to anyone else that you don’t capitalize seasons. Because it’s freaking me out right now. Anyway </rant>.) But I extremely dislike the season that happens after fall. That season which shall not be named.
Anyway, summer in Boston is the best. There’s so much history at our fingertips and summer is the best time to visit all of the sights. I spent a lot of time away from home this year, so I thought a little staycation would be a great way sendoff the season.
Brunch at Island Creek Oyster Bar has everything – homemade breads and pastries, burgers, and lobster rolls. And coffee, and waffles, and fried oyster sliders. Located in Kenmore Square, and born from their Duxbury oyster farm, Island Creek Oyster bar is not only an iconic Boston brand, but also a seriously amazing place for brunch.