Just in time to spoil any healthy eating New Year’s resolutions, Sons of Boston is now open on weekend afternoons, cooking up options like the fat kid brunch. “It’s all of my favorite breakfast items in one gluttonous bite,” executive chef Kat McCoart says of the dish, which piles deep-fried potato skins with corned beef hash, cheese sauce and fried eggs. “It makes my belly happy.” As you dig into the accompanying home fries (or side salad, but who are you kidding?), chase the decadence with a boozy milkshake and promise yourself that the diet starts on Monday.

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The fat kid brunch ($13) at Sons of Boston, 19 Union St., Boston (857-317-3815) sonsofboston.com


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