Boston Food Journal Does Sunday Funday Right

Lobster Frittata? Check. Short Rib Benedict? Check. Ultimate Bloody Mary Bar, complete with mile-high garnish? Check.

Brittany DiCapua, owner and operator of the Boston Food Journal, recently grabbed some friends and headed to brunch at Bostonia for Sunday Funday. She raved about her overall experience and called the menu, “variant, affordable, and simply delicious.”

But for her group the Build Your Own Bloody Mary Bar stole the show. “My friends and I took the challenge very seriously and constructed a multi-level Bloody Mary tower that defied the odds,” said DiCapua. “It consisted of jumbo shrimp cocktail, bacon wrapped scallops, green olives, mini powdered sugar donuts, cucumbers, an arrangement of fruits, cheddar cheese chunks, beef jerky, hot peppers, and chocolate (because why not, at that point).”

Read her full post, “Cocktails That Will Blow Your Mind” at Boston Food Journal.

Looking for a Place to Host Your Wedding Reception or Special Event?

At Bostonia, we have a variety of private event options available in various spaces around our venue. Whether you are interested in space for a cocktail party or looking for a private dining experience, Bostonia can accommodate your needs. We can comfortably host between 20 and 240 guests.

We are now proud to be listed on Wedding Wire, Gay Weddings and Triple Seat. You can also learn more about our special event capabilities on our Private Events page or by contacting Manager of Private Events, Megan Long, at


Eatsward Bound Samples Lobster Mac & Cheese

Jen and Sonia of the travel & food blog Eatsward Bound recently posted about a trip to Boston, titled “When We Sea Food We Eat It.” First stop on their itinerary was Bostonia Public House.

The duo commented on how nice the staff was and how many good menu recommendations they received. The ultimately decided on the Lobster Mac & Cheese and Spice Rubbed Pork Ribs.

Read the full account of their foodie adventures in Boston.

Hops & Horns Discovers Saturday Brunch at Bostonia

Mario “beertoro” Toro recently stumbled across Saturday brunch at Bostonia, on a weekend visit to Boston.  He loves to experience life one beer at a time and pens the blog, Hops & Horns, a story of beer, breweries and the best eats he can find in the Northeast and beyond.

In his post, Toro said, “Our brunch spots usually check all the boxes on a short but specific checklist: it needs to have a great ambiance, a decent craft beer list, and of course, food that’ll sooth the hungry soul. Bostonia Public House nailed it in each of those three categories for us.”

Some highlights for Toro included the Scrambler Breakfast Sandwich, Bro-Mosa and (even though he just drooled over these but didn’t drink them) the Bloody Marys.

Read his full review at Hops & Horns. Recommends Bostonia for Mother’s Day Brunch

Mother’s Day is this Sunday. If you haven’t made a reservation yet, there’s still time. Listen to Kristin Toussaint from and bring mom to Bostonia for our, “breakfast classics like buttermilk pancakes and Maine lobster frittata, along with heartier options, like hot lobster rolls and Scotch eggs.”

Doughnuts Add Up to a Donation

We’d like to thank all Bostonia guests who ordered the Berkshire Bourbon Glazed Sweet Potato Doughnuts during Marathon Weekend, One Boston Day and our 2 Year Anniversary, from April 15th to April 18th. Proceeds from your purchase of this menu item allowed us to make a $2,000 donation to Team MR8.

Team MR8 is also known as The Martin W. Richard Charitable Foundation. This foundation was formed by the parents of eight-year-old Martin Richard, who was killed in the bombings at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013.

More information on our participation in One Boston Day (along with some other great Boston establishments) can be found here.

The Weekend Gourmet Dines Out in April

Wendy and her husband, Micheal, of The Weekend Gourmet, traveled from Texas to Boston in April and made a point to visit Bostonia. We’re thrilled that of all the choices in the Boston food landscape, they chose to dine with us.

They both enjoyed the location, live music, and quintessential Boston foods prepared with a twist. Wendy says, “Bostonia Public House is the kind of restaurant that we would return to again and again!”

Read the full review of their experience at The Weekend Gourmet.


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