From Our Editors
The Whiskey Priest provides classic Irish vibes and Irish-American edibles in a scenically-bounded setting. Every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the comestible cabin unfurls an endless tablecloth of Irish-American brunch, filling Boston area belly pots with all-you-can-eat morsels of culinary gold. Cut veggie-loving rabbit teeth on a fresh organic salad, or shepherd a succulent leg of roast lamb into a hungry belly pen. Fresh baked pastries levitate hunger-havers to the buffet table with their aromatic steam tendrils, while the avian-porcine coupling of eggs benedict and Irish bacon celebrates edible diversity. For diners that can?t be tied to temporal constraints, the regular menu offers numerous choices, such as crab cakes and boxty (Irish potato pancakes, shoestring potatoes, and chive cr?me fraiche, $12), a stout reuben sandwich (corned beef or turkey griddled on marble rye, crowned with sauerkraut, Irish swiss, and Russian dressing), or baked salmon and cockles (fresh Atlantic fish swimming in fresh-snipped dill and whole butter, $16).