Super Hunger Brunch at the Fireplace

As part of Brookline Climate Week, Climate Action Brookline has been encouraging people to eat at Brookline restaurants that are recognized for “green” practices such as sustainable operations and menus composed of organic or locally grown food.  The Fireplace in Washington Square is certified by the Green Restaurant Association and prides itself on offering New England-grown seasonal produce.  Even better, this Saturday the restaurant was participating in the Greater Boston Food Bank’s Super Hunger Brunch with a special menu for $25.  This annual fundraiser uses the proceeds – vouchers for specific restaurants available on the website a few weeks ahead of time – to stock the food bank that provides over 500,000 meals each year.


The waitstaff had to adjust the menu a bit for vegetarians.  The brunch cocktail, yogurt parfait and croissant stuffed with egg, cheese and roasted Brussels sprouts were delicious and a great value!

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