The hottest brunch ticket over the past five-plus years has been Cafe Luna, and its smoked duck tacos show why – though Davis Square’s Painted Burro and Los Amigos Taqueria will more than do for tacos in a pinch. Speaking of hot tickets: Bambara kicks off Pride with a Sunday drag brunch.
Russell House Tavern has been grinding it out the whole way through the pandemic with a brunch offering everything from cinnamon buns to oysters, eggs Benedict and a breakfast pizza. Opt for a smoked housemade andouille sausage hash and you’ll find it spicy and satiating, yet light.
There’s film ahead! This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes Robert Machoian’s taut portrait of an unconventional marriage, “The Killing of Two Lovers”; another love triangle in “Touch”; and less memorable screenings of Netflix’s “Oxygen” and “Woman in the Window.”
What exactly are tequeños? If you embrace the warm, filling comfort of mozzarella sticks with a chunky marinara sauce for dipping, you’re halfway there. But Orinoco’s cheese is a soft, salty, white cow’s milk product from the Guayana region of Venezuela, and it is fried almost tempura light.