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.
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.
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.