Committee is a Mediterranan spot located on the waterfront in Boston's Seaport District. It's a shiny, sleek, modern take on your typical Greek deli or butchershop: both the lunch and dinner menus offer traditional Greek staples (chicken and lamb gyros, grilled haloumi, souvlaki) and house specialties (the Committee Club, a turkey sandwich on kalamata olive loaf). The brunch menu is what really sets it apart from alternative Greek options, however. To give your regular brunch group a break from mimosas and poached eggs, order a Santorini soda and a breakfast gyro here instead.
Gyros and Champagne Tray service? Committee is a singular treat during the daylight hours. You can (and should) start with smaller Greek plates for the table: Zucchini Crisps, Artichoke Moussaka, and Dolmades. But then it’s time to spread your wings with platters of Baklava Oatmeal, Greek Yogurt Pancakes, and that aforementioned Breakfast Gyro, which comes with scrambled eggs, grilled halloumi, loukaniko sausage, and florina pepper coulis wrapped in a pita. Beyond champagne, choose from a variety of craft cocktails.