The Friendly Toast

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Details
1 Hampshire St (at Cardinal Medeiros Ave.)
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 621-1200
Breakfast, Diner
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 8:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • No matter when you wake up the Friendly Toast will serve you breakfast. Their French toast mixed with the restaurant's bright funky decor is guaranteed to alleviate the worst hangovers.
  • Absolutely get the orleans fries. If not, you are doing it so wrong
  • Don't come here if you are in a hurry
  • Most epic bloody Mary I have ever had. And I'm an alcoholic
  • There's usually a bit of a wait at the Toast for brunch, but it's well worth it for the bomb Drunkards French Toast, crazy vintage decoration, and a rousing game of "what did THEY do last night?"
  • The food is good but the service is incredibly slooooooooow!
  • Get here eaely for sunday brunch or you're gonna be out in the cold for a while. Totally worth it though!
  • DGGC FTW!
  • Some favorites from our review: Hansel and Gretel waffles, and the Mexican Mashed Meal. Whether you want salty or sweet, lunch or breakfast, The Friendly Toast is sure to hit the spot.
  • Go for the breakfast dishes. The Ole Miss, featuring a piece of housemade cayenne cheddar bread topped with sausage and mashed sweet potatoes, is our favorite.
  • Best breakfast in Greater Boston/Cambridge. Get the New Hampshire omelet. Toast is homemade and incredible. Lines can get long
  • Stick to breakfast, which is offered all day, at this retro-outfitted spot. There are a variety of egg dishes -- we recommend Ole Miss -- or you can make your own. But watch out for the weekend wait.
  • Try the ole miss
  • The coconut pancake was ridiculously amazing. Only need one. It's as big as the plate.
  • Full of awesome and made of win. Try the mojito frappe. The King Cakes are a delicious challenge (pancakes, peanut butter, whipped cream, bacon) to finish an entire serving of.
  • Biscuits and Gravy.
  • Seats at the bar are first come first serve - much faster than waiting for a table on a busy weekend morning!
  • French toast (raisin bread), omelette, apple cider! Yum!
  • Wow! Ole Miss is a tangy breakfast dish but you can get it for any mealeven includes sweet potatoes!
  • I wish there was a place like this near Philly.