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This restaurant, supported by wooden stilts, is surrounded by Boston Harbor waves and docked boats. So it's no surprise the unbeatable views brought us to brunch here. The brunch menu is a teeny-tiney, pre fixe that comes with your choice of a brunch drink (mimosa, bloody, screw driver etc). If you're a brunch carbs and sweets lover, do not come here. There is not one thing on the menu for you. But, if you like fresh, succulent seafood with your eggs, this is somewhere to try. The portion sizes are huge and the food, especially the seafood is fresh; we're talking they reached out the window and pulled up some lobster fresh. Considering the freshness of the food and that the meal includes a decent sized (yet only decent tasting) drink, the price isn't too scary. You'll top off at $20 a person if you stick to just the one drink. But since the only brunchers who can enjoy The Boston Sail Loft are the seafood and egg types, this spot is highly limited and for that we can't give a high rating.