The Greater Boston Food Bank’s Super Hunger Brunch is an event that I try to participate in every year. It is the easiest way to support one of Boston’s most important organizations. It’s a fun event to participate in, and the restaurants and chefs put so much into this day that there is no excuse for us not to fill every single seat.
What is the Super Hunger Brunch?
The Super Hunger Brunch is a weekend every year in January when some of the area’s top restaurants give their time and energy to support the Greater Boston Food Bank by hosting a brunch where every dollar spent is donated.
For guests it is a perfect opportunity to try a restaurant that you wouldn’t usually be able to dine in either because they don’t usually serve brunch or because you have trouble justifying spending a certain amount of money on dining out. When you get to think about it as a full dollar for dollar donation to the Greater Boston Food Bank, it is easy to justify.
When is the Super Hunger Brunch?
The Super Hunger Brunch is Saturday January 25th and Sunday January 26th. Different restaurants participate on different days so choose one day or both and make your reservation before your first choice is full.
Participating restaurants are:
Sunday, January 26, 2014
Blue Ginger ($50)
Craigie on Main ($50)
80 Thoreau ($35)
Hamersley’s Bistro ($35)
La Morra ($35)
Post 390 Restaurant ($35)
10 Center ($25) Menu
North 26 Restaurant and Bar ($25) Menu
Stella Restaurant ($25) Menu
In-kind donations have also been provided by Cabot, Cold River Vodka, Garelick Farms, Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs and St-Germain Liqueur from Barcardi.
For more information about the 2014 Super Hunger Brunch, gift certificates and advanced ticketing, visit http://www.gbfb.org/superhungerbrunch/. To view menus and make reservations visit the websites of participating restaurants.