brunch at LiNEaGe

This weekend I blunched with fashion blogger A at the eccentrically capitalized LiNEaGe restaurant in Coolidge Corner.  We were both a little shell-shocked at the sudden heat and immediately ordered up pomegranate Bellinis.

Pomagranate Bellini at Lineage

While discussing the next Crisis in Denim post - it's not up yet but I can tell you it's about an establishment dear to my heart and has far-reaching economic implications - we pondered the brunch menu.  I ordered the sweet shrimp omelet with toast and home fries, and A opted for the grilled vegetable sandwich with a side salad.  Also tempting were the brioche french toast and classic bacon and eggs.

Sweet shrimp omelet at Lineage Grilled vegetable sandwich at Lineage

The omelet was runny in the right places and the toast was dry, which I appreciated.  The grilled sandwich was done just right with an assortment of veggies and cheese.  LiNEaGe was relaxed, a calm and cool place to talk blogs and watch the Harvard street pedestrians parade by.  The also offer wine dinners and something called "bivalve replacement therapy" - happy hour dollar Duxburies.

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