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This delightfully kitschy, no-frills Boylston Street party bar turns into the hottest spot for brunch on the weekend. The menu is massive—if you can dream it, you can eat it—and all for under $10. Wake up with a 22 oz. behemoth of a homemade Bloody Mary, crowned with salt, lemon and lime wedges, a celery stalk, and olives, and let the unfussy tomato juice and well vodka antidote wash away your hangover. Arrive early, as the two-story dive fills up fast. 

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The Pour House

This delightfully kitschy, no-frills Boylston Street party bar turns into the hottest spot for brunch on the weekend. The menu is massive—if you can dream it, you can eat it—and all for under $10. Wake up with a 22 oz. behemoth of a homemade Bloody Mary, crowned with salt, lemon and lime wedges, a celery stalk, and olives, and let the unfussy tomato juice and well vodka antidote wash away your hangover. Arrive early, as the two-story dive fills up fast.