Quincy’s Egg-citing Adventure: 15 Spots for Eggs Benedict

If you’re in Quincy and on the hunt for a delightful Eggs Benedict experience, look no further. Quincy boasts a vibrant culinary scene with a variety of establishments that excel in serving this classic breakfast favorite. From cozy cafes to bustling brunch spots, there are numerous options to satisfy your craving for perfectly poached eggs, luscious Hollandaise sauce, and a range of delectable variations. Whether you prefer the traditional rendition or are eager to explore unique twists on the dish, we’ve compiled a list of top-notch eateries in Quincy where you can find the perfect Eggs Benedict to tantalize your taste buds

Craig’s Cafe - The Hurricane

Located in Quincy Center across from the beautiful Hancock Adams Green, Craig’s Cafe offers several varieties of Eggs Benedict, one of which is called The Hurricane.

The Hurricane is made with onions, peppers, and home fries all swirled up on the grill topped with sausage links, two poached eggs, salsa, sour cream, and Buffalo aioli served with toast.

Granite Street Cafe - Bacon & Asparagus Benedict.

With an impressive selection of over 20 different varieties of Eggs Benedict, Granite Street Cafe is sure to have just what you’re looking for. We personally recommend trying their Bacon & Asparagus Benedict for a delightful twist.

The Wheelhouse Diner - John Quincy Adams

This is the last old-timey rail-car diner remaining in Quincy, but The Wheelhouse offers more than nostalgia. This little restaurant offers a surprising variety of breakfast items, including seven variations of Eggs Benedict. Since we are homers, we had to try the John Quincy Adams.

The Wheelhouse Diner pays tribute to John Quincy Adams with their special version of Eggs Benedict. This delectable dish features two poached eggs with turkey on an English muffin, all generously drizzled with Hollandaise sauce.

Emma Lisa’s Breakfast & Lunch - Hash Benedict

Emma Lisa’s Breakfast and Lunch is a cozy spot on Willard Street that offers fun varieties like Irish Benedict and Eggs Florentine. If you are extra hungry, we suggest the Hash Benedict.

Two poached eggs, homemade corned beef hash on an English muffin topped with Hollandaise sauce.

Located on Willard Street, Emma Lisa’s Breakfast & Lunch is a cozy spot that offers fun variations like Irish Benedict and Eggs Florentine. For those with a hearty appetite, we recommend trying their Hash Benedict – two poached eggs on an English muffin, accompanied by homemade corned beef hash and topped with Hollandaise sauce.


OB's Cafe - Grilled Portabella Benedict

OB’s Cafe serves up a tantalizing variation with their Grilled Portabella Benedict. This version includes two poached eggs on grilled portabella mushrooms, accompanied by green tomatoes and spinach, all topped with creamy Hollandaise sauce. Enjoy it alongside a side of home fries.

Mckays Breakfast & Lunch - Eggs Benedict

Although McKay’s only serves the original, it has been said that they have the best eggs benedict in Quincy. Probably due to the lemony hollandaise sauce. 2 Poached Eggs with thick pieces of Ham with a delicious Hollandaise Sauce served on English muffins with Home Fries

Fael's Breakfast Lunch and Dinner - Steak Tips Benedict

Fael’s Steak Tips Benedict comes with a generous portion of steak tips, two poached eggs on english muffin, topped with hollandaise sauce, and Home Fries.

Rozafa Mediterranean Bistro - Smoked Salmon Benedict

If you’re looking to elevate your Eggs Benedict experience, Rozafa Mediterranean Bistro offers a tantalizing twist with their smoked salmon rendition. Indulge in the harmonious combination of perfectly poached eggs, creamy Hollandaise sauce, and delicate slices of smoky salmon atop a fluffy English muffin

Liberty Tavern - Truffalo Chicken Benny.

At Liberty Tavern, you can savor their unique Truffalo Chicken Benny. This delectable creation includes buttermilk biscuits, ancho-breaded chicken, poached eggs, truffalo-hollandaise sauce, and a sprinkle of chives.

Port 305 - Green Eggs and Ham Benedict

Port 305 puts a slight twist on Eggs Benedict, which you can enjoy during their weekend brunch hours on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 am to 3 pm. Try their Green Eggs and Ham variation, featuring English muffins, poached eggs, rosemary ham, and basil pesto Hollandaise.

Sam’s Restaurant - Irish Benedict

Don’t overlook little Sam’s restaurant on School Street. It
may not be flashy, but the staff is friendly, the portions are hearty, and the
food is delicious! Check out this Irish Benedict!

Victory Point - Lobster Benedict

While Victory Point offers traditional Eggs Benedict, they also serve a special Lobster Benedict during their Sunday brunch from 10 am to 2 pm. Indulge in the luxurious combination of lobster and Hollandaise sauce for a truly decadent experience.

ReelHouse Marina Bay - Salmon Cake Benedict

It seems extra luxurious to think about eating seafood for brunch at Marina Bay. ReelHouse Marina Bay must have thought so, too, because they added perfectly savory salmon cakes to their Eggs Benedict. ReelHouse is located inside the luxury apartment building, Mereiel Marina Day with a gorgeous view of Boston Harbor!

Assembly - Eggs Benedict

Assembly in North Quincy is a triple threat- great atmosphere, great prices, and great food. Their weekend brunch menu includes so many amazing offerings, we almost forgot what we came for- an Eggs Benedict with salad. Yes, salad. They make it work!

The Townshend - Eggs Benedict

Located in the heart of Quincy, The Townshend will win your heart with its friendly service and quality dishes. They have a spacious, yet charming dining room, as well as outdoor seating in the warmer weather. The Townshend offers this delicious Eggs Benedict during their weekend brunch hours.

No matter which Quincy eatery you choose, you’re guaranteed to find a delightful Eggs Benedict experience that will leave you satisfied and eager to return for more. So, explore Quincy’s vibrant culinary scene and embark on a journey to discover your favorite rendition of this beloved breakfast favorite.