The Beehive is the best because it is a perfect spot when you need a go-to, always great, semi hip brunch spot. Want good brunch food? Beehive. Like jazz? Beehive. Someone’s birthday? The Beehive. Want to show someone from out of town that Boston can in fact be fun sometimes? Boozy, jazzy Beehive brunch. Easter Sunday? Yep, you guessed it, The Beehive.
I’ve been a few times, and have never been disappointed. For Easter, The Beehive put on a pre fixe two course menu. I went for the deviled eggs and the cauliflower ‘lasagna.’ The deviled eggs were fantastic. One of my fave foods, done really well. The cauliflower lasagna in my mind was actually more like a layered cauliflower parm. And it was fantastic. S0, so flavorful – not dowdy tomato sauce, but bright + light, with heaps of cheese and breaded cauliflower. I could have eaten plates of that. Throw a few beelinis in the mix, coupled with the easy listening live jazz in the background, and you’ve got yourself a wonderful brunch.
Even if the man in the Easter bunny suit who was walking around creeped the hell out of me. Not my thing.