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I recently had the opportunity to try out VERTS Mediterranean Grill with my girls from Go Local Boston. They have two locations in Boston, the Financial District down on Summer Street and the location we visited in the Back Bay on Boylston at Clarendon.…
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Three of us headed over to Luke’s Lobster for lunch before our little field trip to Eataly. We showed up right before the lunch rush and boy did it fill up fast. I had first been introduced to Luke’s Lobster when I was in New York. (See another post…
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Ever since I was a kid, my mom and I would go to the Christmas Festival. We would do some light shopping and then go out to the now closed Anthony’s Pier 4. The Christmas festival, now in its 30th year, has a wonderful gingerbread house display every…
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  One of my good gal pals, Leah, was having a birthday so I thought I would surprise her with a little party! I decided to have a brunch for her, and kept it pretty simple. No birthday would be complete without a birthday cake from Party Favors (in…
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Just in time for the last SOWA of the season, Sunday the 30th, I wanted to post about The Galley ice cream. It’s made locally in Cambridge by Kelly Williamson. She whips up small batch artisan ice cream in flavors like cold brew coffee, salted dark honey,…
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I don’t know about you, but when I was working down on State Street, every time I went to lunch it would be at least $15, whether it be a salad, soup, a sandwich, burrito, food truck, whatever. For just a few dollars more you can have a seriously gourmet…
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A couple of years ago I did a short post on NOLA’s salsa, and how much I really liked their product. So this time around, I wanted to do something a little different. Sure their salsa is great served with chips, but I wanted to see what else it could do.…
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I decided to take a trip into suburbia, Lexington to be exact, to try out the crepes at Très Petite Crêperie. They’re a little hard to find if you aren’t familiar with the area, as they are down a little side alley that isn’t picked up by navigation all…
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It’s a wrap for the third annual Forbes Under 30 Summit here in Boston. The city was filled with celebrities, amazing young talent and yes, a cranberry bog. On the second night of the summit, I attended the Under 30 Food Festival at the State House. Chefs…
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Juice and smoothie bars seem to be be all the rage these days, they’re popping up on every corner. We decided to check out Energize Juice Bar in Brighton, located just across the street from the local YMCA. The space is light and inviting with fresh fruit…
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