Let’s just get to the point. The debate over the cure for a hangover has loomed over our generation for far too long. The solution for bouncing back after a night out on the town is not hidden in the medicine aisle of your local drug store nor is it fizzing among the bubbles of your lemon-lime Sprite. Worcester’s Hangover Pub, however, has unearthed a cure of their own, and it can be found on their dessert menu. They believe you’ll find solace between hefty bites of a stuffed bacon donut.

While we have all experienced one or two questionable Saturday nights, only a handful of us have soaked up the experienced with a dessert so good it solidifies the true meaning of #SundayFunday. The Hangover Pub isn’t your typical bar serving up half-pound burgers and fries. Instead, the Hangover has made a name for itself with Chef Michael Arrastia’s infusion of bacon into every meal on the menu. From the lobster and bacon stuffed mofongo – a dish that kicks up Latin flavors with a little sofrito wine sauce – to the triple pork ramen – a meal filled with three variations of pork – the Hangover Pub carves its name in bold letters marking the home of Worcester’s hub for indulgence.

Vanilla ice cream stuffed between two donuts, topped with dripping cereal milk glaze and a breakfast cereal crust – a combination of fruity pebbles, cinnamon toast crunch and bacon bits – make the stuffed bacon donuts a cure for more than just hangovers. The sweet and savory combination explodes with every bite. From the sweet vanilla ice cream to the crunchy bits of thick maple bacon, the stuffed bacon donuts are worthy of a #SundayFunday visit. If you’re not looking to cure a hangover with this sweet plate, then pair the stuffed bacon donut with the Warm Soul cocktail – a maple bourbon with smoked caramel, Irish cream, Nitro Hot Coffee topped with whipped cream – to magnify the mark of a #SundayFunday.

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Spavia Natick, MA