Vincent’s is a modern American restaurant and wine bar serving seasonal, ingredient-driven plates, natural wine, and unique cocktails. By night, you’ll find bistro-style dishes, dim lights, smart drinks, and cool tunes. At brunch, we lean hard into our Texas roots with breakfast tacos on homemade flour tortillas, fresh-baked kolaches, and classic plates. Keep an eye out for monthly Chef’s Dinners, Fajita Night, Cocktail Zines, and other events.
DINNER: TUESDAY – SATURDAY 5 – 10
BODEGA BRUNCH: SATURDAY & SUNDAY 10 – 4
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617 314 7297 | VINCENT@VINCENTSCORNER.COM
RED LINE: KENDALL | BUS: CT2, 85, 69
WE OFFER DISCOUNTED PARKING FOR THE KENDALL CINEMA GARAGE
“Vincent’s…is a neighborhood standby with a unique menu that changes regularly, and plenty of incredible wine and cocktails to choose from. The focus on making food from scratch and sourcing ingredients from small and local producers shows up in each dish, whether it’s a casual breakfast taco or kolache at brunch or a hearty pork loin and sausage entree at dinner.” Eater Boston, April 2023
“Vincent’s ever-changing menu is always full of surprises, but you can reliably bank on deliciously dressed up vegetables…alongside hearty mains. The intimate street-corner restaurant’s cozy half-brick, half-wallpaper-covered interior is also the perfect setting for a romantic dinner date, so think ahead and book your Friday night table by Monday afternoon.” – “Boston Magazine Winter 2023
“Vincent’s is located on the corner of a quiet residential street, and serves guests in a parlor-like dining room abutted by a fun-sized wooden bar. Wherever you sit, you’ll be treated to simple yet thoughtful fare” – “The Resy Guide to Boston’s Essential Cozy Locales” November 2022
“What started as a pop-up grocery store in the spring of 2020 has turned into one of our favorite cozy restaurants. From the group that brings us Mamaleh’s and State Park, Vincent’s is named after the original business at this address—and represents the team’s versatility and resilience. Vincent’s brings scratch-kitchen cooking to lunch and dinner, leaning into a New American style; with Texas Roadside Brunch on the weekends…Nab one of the few coveted bar seats, or dine outside on the charming corner patio.” – The Food Lens, August 2022
“Texas-style brunch on the weekends that is worth rolling out of bed for. Here, the brunch spread includes breakfast tacos served on housemade flour tortillas, saucy tortas, and puffy kolaches baked with sweet and savory fillings. Brunch runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday but get there early if you’re eyeing a kolache, as those typically sell out before the day is done.” Eater Boston “14 Top Notch Brunches in Boston”, April 2023
“Boston’s Top Tacos – Breakfast Tacos” – Eater Boston, April 2023
“[Vincent’s] proffers Texas roadside-style brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. What makes it so? Breakfast Tacos, for one, on homemade flour tortillas and filled with farm eggs; and sweet or savory Kolaches, a Czech-Texas specialty pastry filled with cheese. (Vincent’s owners also run Mamaleh’s, so trust in these baked goods.) Proper cocktails, too.” – The Food Lens, October 2022
“Take on the day with the Best Breakfast Tacos in Boston” – The Food Lens, October 2021