The Breakfast Club’s New Dinner Series Highlights the Best Meal of the Day

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The Allston diner launches a Breakfast for Dinner series
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Each menu will feature a different theme and dishes are inspired accordingly.  

Many people maintain that breakfast is the best meal of the day. Over at The Breakfast Club, an 80s-inspired diner in Allston, breakfast is what they do on a daily basis. In fact, they love it so much, that owner George Athanasopoulos has started a Breakfast For Dinner series.

The series, which kicks off on Monday March 2, will take place on the first Monday of the month from March through May. From 6 to 9 p.m., enjoy a four-course breakfast with sweet and savory dishes, for $35 a person (includes tax and gratuity; fresh squeezed mimosas and Narragansett Autocrat Coffee Milk Stout are available at an additional cost).

Each menu will feature a different theme and dishes are inspired accordingly.  This coming Monday, enjoy a Lucky Charms parfait, Bailey's French Toast, and the diner's made-from-scratch corned beef hash with cabbage. The theme? You guessed it: St. Patrick's Day!

April 6 is Easter themed with deviled eggs, egg white omelette with grilled chicken, and carrot cake pancakes. The menu on May 4 will celebrate everything spring with spring hash, hummingbird pancakes, and a fresh herb pancake.

Grab your tickets now to their upcoming event on March 2 and enjoy the delight of breakfast without the morning haze.

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