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Liquid Art House

Liquid Art House is not your ordinary restaurant in Boston. Located in The Arlington in Bay Village, it is a combination of restaurant and art gallery. The atmosphere is very cool and swanky with artwork dispersed throughout the restaurant (we'll post a pic of the inside the restaurant shortly). We definitely vote Liquid Art House for the most unique restaurant in Boston. However, the brunch scene is fairly quiet. It is perfect for those who want a relaxing meal and/or art fanatics. The brunch menu is on the larger side offering a mix of international style small plates along with classic brunch menu items. We recommend starting with the glazed donut with citrus jam – it is SO freaking good. The donuts are freshly made every morning for brunch and have the perfect amount of sweetness from the glaze. Needless to say, Liquid Art House made our morning once we had this donut. The briosche French Toast is a bit on the bland side, which is disappointing. The bread is overcooked taking away the sweet and buttery flavor. The classic French omlette is nothing spectacular as well but all the ingredients used are fresh. However, the home fries are delicious; they are perfectly seasoned and slightly crispy on the outside. Another added bonus is that there is a layer of pomme robuchon (creamy pureed potatoes) on the bottom. The prices are above average with the classic brunch items ranging between $17-$20 and the portion sizes are on the larger side. Unfortunately, we are not too fond of the service. Only one server was staffed causing everything to be very delayed.

Caroline Pacewicz
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