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Sorella's
388 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Sorella's has been serving breakfast and lunch to Jamaica Plain residents for over 27 years.  The menu is basicMore 'American Diner', but with a JP twist, plenty of organic, vegan and vegetarian options.  A great place for weekend brunch though lines can get long.  Cash only.
Canary Square
435 S Huntington Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Located on South Huntington Avenue, Canary Square is a bar and restaurant open for drinks, dinner and weekend brunch.More The restaurant features a full bar, serving cocktails and drink specials in addition to offering an eclectic menu that includes gourmet appetizers, bar snacks, sandwiches, chicken, steaks, salads, seafood and more. Visit the Canary Square Web site to view a complete dinner menu. 
Bon Savor
605 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Bon Savor is a favorite haunt for many J.P. locals who appreciate its French/South American cuisine and funky bistroMore vibe. The dining area is tiny (just eleven tables) with spotless tile floors and exposed-brick walls adorned with works by local artists. Popular menu items include Peruvian spiced tuna, Argentinean steak with chimichurri sauce and both sweet and savory crepes. Bon Savor also offers a raw bar with $1 oysters on Tuesdays. 

The weekends bring Bon Savor's popular French-themed brunch featuring omelets and toast, homemade croissants, stuffed crepes, champagne and French-press coffee.

The Haven
2 Perkins St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Haven is an authentic Scottish pub and restaurant. The bar serves only beer and wine. There are Scottish beers on tapMore and Scottish stouts, porters and ales in bottles. The menu offers Scottish fare, such as the Scotch egg, haggis, a fried-fish platter and a hearty beef -and-ale pie. For more Americanized palates, there are burgers, sandwiches and simple salads, plus a half dozen vegetarian options. For dessert, choices include the sticky toffee pudding and a deep-fried chocolate bar of the day.  Weekend brunch options include a haggis omelette.

 

Centre Street Cafe
669a Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

For over 21 years ago, Felicia Sanchez and her staff at Centre Street Café have sought to serve the bestMore locally-grown, organic foods and vegetables. For the Cafe's local and loyal customers, this means getting the freshest offering on an eclectic menu--a fusion of national and international-inspired dishes. The place gets packed for weekend brunch, where its French toast is reportedly legendary. 

Vegetarian and vegan dishes are available and Centre Street Cafe will accommodate any dietary request. 

Costello's Tavern
723 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Costello's Tavern is a family-owned and -operated sports bar and restaurant. The tavern serves traditional bar food fareMore including burgers, wings, hot dogs, pizzas, soups, salads and homemade desserts. Weekend brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday morning in addition to the regular lunch and dinner items. Costello's is the perfect place to watch your favorite sports teams on its flat-screen TVs and is even the perfect place to exercise your mind with trivia nights every Sunday. Check out the website to browse the menu or stop by the tavern to see more.
Bukhara Indian Bistro
701 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

Bukhara's has been a mainstay on the Centre Street dining scene for since 1998, and is a local favorite for IndianMore cuisine, elegant dining and friendly service. Its large menu - boasting more than 75 dishes - features cuisine from both northern and southern India. Well-informed waitstaff will happily help you navigate the menu if you need help.

Chef's specialties include boneless tandoori duck, seafood masala and lamb (gosht) served ten ways, from vindaloo to BBQ to tikka masala. There are plenty of vegetarian and rice dishes (biryani) as well, and traditional thali tasting platters from $18 to $45. The dining area fills up quickly on the weekends for Bukhara's special brunch buffet, which is somewhat legendary in this hip Boston neighborhood. 

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