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Bullfinchs has been insuring a fine dining experience in beautiful Sudbury for many years. Bullfinchs prides itself on offering a creative menu with the very best ingredients from the most reliable and highest quality purveyors. Enjoy craft cocktails, relax on our summer patio. We are open for dinner nightly. On Sundays, Bullfinchs features a live JAZZ BRUNCH (Voted Top Five Brunches in New England) and kids always eat FREE on Sunday nights! Bullfinchs offers a gluten-free and a vegetarian menu.
Planning a special Occasion?.... owners Peggy and Scott Richardson will customize a menu just for you!
Every Tuesday night, we offer a demonstration cooking school with multiple opportunites to taste, discuss, observe and cook. Cuisine-based classes are Tuesdays at 6:30. Each course is paired with appropriate wines. Nothing encourages friendship more than shared good food, wine and conversation. The class menus are on our website.
Sudbury, MA 01776
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 9:30 pm
Sunday Live Jazz Brunch: 10:300am - 2:00pm
Sunday Dinner: 5:00pm - 8:30pm
$30 and under
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Live Jazz Sunday Brunch, schedule of musicians is on our website.
Bullfinchs likes to custome design your party to your budget and your ideas. We can help as much, or as little as you need. We can prepare platters of food for you to pick up and we can cater at your location with full staff, food and bar. The details can be worked out with Peggy Richardson.
extensive free parking in the lot
Private Party Facilities:
We offer semi-private rooms for up to 45 guests. private room for up to 100 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Peggy Richardson: (978) 443-4094
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Live Jazz Brunch every Sunday from 11 ~ 2 (reservations recommended)
Cooking class every Tuesday at 6:30 (reservations required)
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Bullfinchs Ratings and Reviews
We've been to Bullfinch's many times over the year. I like that they're individually owned and have a cozy space. On this occasion, the food was disappointing. There were 4 of us. 2 of us got the filet, which they also had a filet on special so I was surprised to get a tough and non-flavorful piece of meat for $34. I had asked to substitute the "crashed potatoes" that come with everything and that did not happen. I don't get the 'crashed potatoes" because its not the cheesecake factory in the 90's. The others said their meals were bland. We usually enjoy their salads which have nice variety of beets or apples and again just ok. It was a friend's bday and a $300 bill that was not worth it. With all the new restaurants coming to Sudbury, I don't want to see Bullfinch's go so I write this saying quality and consistency needs to be a focus for the prices charged
One of favorite - if not the best - restaurant in Metro West Boston.
GREAT staff - make you feel like family - amazing food - never disappoints.
Good selection of cocktails - great flavors, interesting blends.
Wonderful Sunday brunch with live jazz....
Unfortunately on New Year's Eve the food was not a hit. We've loved Bullfinches before, but on New Year's Eve the food was really mediocre, but with nice service it was still a festive atmosphere. Hopefully the lackluster Beef Wellington and osso bucco will be replaced with better offerings going forward.
I always give Bullfinch's five stars but this time I didn't. It is clearly one of my favorite restaurants and we definitely will go back. This time it was New Year's Eve, so I have to cut them some slack, it's the proverbial "amateur night out." So Bullfinch's was a bit overwhelmed by too many people. We had a reservation for 7:45, had to wait fifteen minutes to be seated. Things we hectic. I don't know what they can do. More carefully manage bookings? I'm sure next time we'll be right back to five stars on all counts.
My friend wanted to be taken to Bullfinchs for Sunday brunch. by making the reservation on the web I indicated it was for a birthday, that she likes to be in a well lit area and without a draft. The table they gave us was by a window with lots of sunlight and it was festively decorated including a balloon. Food was very good, the music entertaining, the serving size a little on the large size (if I had known I would have ordered less). And of course, it was noisy so it was a little hard to have a conversation. Overall very satisfied.
Bullfinch's is a neighborhood gem in Sudbury. The Richardson's have operated the restaurant forever (well, for at least 25 years) and have always had the highest standards. The dining room is decorated in a muted theme, but very elegant. The food is excellent, and chef Scott conducts cooking classes almost every Tuesday evening (reservations required). We go there 3 or 4 times a year as a special treat.
The before u order bread/muffins option were puny and ok. The beef tenderloin hash with poached eggs was bad.. salty , stringy meat. Hollín Daisy was good and music was nice but tables so close together u felt like they were in your lap. Waiter was attentive.
The appetizer (goat cheesy fries) and salads (beet salad and warm apple salad) were very good but the entrees were awful. The short ribs bolognese had way too many chunks of uncooked tomatoes in it. The other entree (special salmon cake) was both fishy and flavorless. I have not had such a bad meal in a long time. Bullfinchs was a huge disappointment.
This was our first visit. The restaurant had good energy, but wasn't overly loud. The bar was quite crowded and it looked like a good happy hour crowd.
The food was terrific and our server was outstanding. We were celebrating a birthday and he helped make it a very special occasion. We will definitely return.
We hadn't been to Bullfinches in a few years and I doubt we'll be back. It took forever for drinks to make it to us, two of our 4-person group's meals were prepared badly - as if our meat done-ness wasn't even read off the server's notes (rare lamp chops aren't dry and gray) and while they were re-done, by the time we two ate our re-made entrees our two friends were long finished. It's an expensive place to eat, and it's just not up to the standard those prices command. It's a shame, really. We want to patronize our in-town establishments but it's got to be worth it to us and this wasn't where it needed to be.
We went for Sunday brunch and the service was slow. We waited well over 5 minutes for someone to come to our table after we were seated and another 15 minutes to get our bloody marys, by then the ice had melted and the drinks were watered down, they clearly had been sitting at the bar for ages. The food is good but the portions are shrinking and they haven't really changed the menu in years. I'd love to see a re-vamp. We have so few good restaurants in the area.
The food was not only tasty but there was live music. I met a friend for brunch so at times it was hard to talk since the restaurant is small and music was loud.
I had an omelet, toast and coffee. A nice touch of sweet treats of small breakfast breads with jam when you are seated.a
My husband and I met friends here for dinner. All four of us really enjoyed our dishes. Two of us had evening specials and two of us ordered from the menu. The fall roasted vegetables were delicious. The tables are a bit close together, but the restaurant is a great spot and we will come again!
Touted as one of Top 5 Brunch spots in New England which is a high mark to reach and they didn’t. Nice atmosphere but the food was just good, not delectable, and the service was slow and only adequate.
Sudbury doesn’t offer better alternatives, but to call it a top regional spot is a stretch. The Bristol Lounge could clean its clock anyday.
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