Eggs Benedict on Crabcakes at Quicks Hole in Woods Hole

Weekend brunch is a bit of decadence. Best enjoyed with good friends and family, it’s a laid-back indulgent way to start your day. Casting the past week’s worries aside as you enjoy a leisurely satisfying meal with the people that matter to you the most.

And what better place to indulge than Quicks Hole Tavern? With sweeping water views of Great Harbor, guests can dine and relax while taking in the natural beauty that is Woods Hole.

Chef Stephanie has crafted a brunch menu of locally sourced fresh caught ingredients, bringing together the very best flavors the area has to offer.

Be sure not to miss the Lobster Omelette that’s chockfull of succulent sweet lobster meat, buttery avocado and melty fonitna. Paired up with crispy pan-fried potatoes, toast and fresh fruit, it’s a beautiful way to start your day.

The Jonah Crabcake Benedict with roasted red pepper hollandaise is sure to please the egg lovers out there. As will the Croque Madame with ham, gruyere, fried egg and béchamel. Comfort food at its finest.

Quicks Hole Brunch

And what’s brunch without a touch of sweet? You’ll certainly want to try the Apple French Toast with real maple syrup and bacon. Or perhaps the hot out of the fryer Pumpkin and Apple Doughnuts dusted with powdered sugar. A surefire way to warm up on a chilly fall day.

Seasonal cocktails round out the brunch experience. You’ll be tempted to sample the Pumpkin Old Fashioned made with bourbon, Grand Marnier, pumpkin puree and maple syrup. And of course this time of year a beverage made with apples is in order. The Apple Ledge made with gin, fresh apple cider, lime juice and honey is like fall in a glass. Cool crisp and refreshing.

Quicks Hole Brunch

No matter what you are craving, Quicks Hole Tavern’s brunch menu is sure to hit the spot. Come on in, kickback and recharge. The weekend is yours to savor!

Quicks Hole Tavern brunch is available Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm. Quicks Hole Tavern is open year round on the waterfront in Woods Hole.