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Neptune Oyster
63 Salem Street, Boston, MA 02113
If you like seafood, this is the place to be. The no reservation policy and communal seating make for the epitome of "first come, first serve" but true to their name, their oysters are a specialty. Also try the lobster roll in summer for something truly Bostonian.
Food ExcellentDecor ExcellentService Excellent
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348 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210
Drinks are somewhat pricey, but well-worth it for a bar that's quickly becoming a Boston establishment. With no menus, you can either ask bartenders for their recommendations, or offer up some taste profiles that you want in your glass. But you pay for the service and the great ingredients, so be prepared to spend up.
Food Very GoodDecor ExcellentService Very Good
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Wherever you are, it's local...
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Great recipe and video from +Michael Natkin making a dutch baby with sauteed apples from his blog (and new cookbook) Herbivoracious. Delicious!
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Candied Lotus Seeds recipe for Tet (Vietnamese New Year)
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Picco
513 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116
Pizza, sandwiches and salads are the order of the day here. Their mac and cheese is probably one of the best in Boston, but inventive pizza combinations also offer a slightly more upscale experience than your average corner pie. In summer, try the Concord Grape sorbet, it's amazing!
Food ExcellentDecor ExcellentService Excellent
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Toro Restaurant
1704 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02118
Toro is a great South End restaurant, serving up Spanish-style tapas and great drinks! Their duck drumsticks and corn on the cob smothered in Manchego cheese is AWESOME. Communal style seating makes for a convival atmosphere, but it does get somewhat noisy on Fridays and Saturdays, and the no-reservation policy can be a bit of a drag.
Food ExcellentDecor ExcellentService Excellent
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Great feature for Cardamom Kitchen on blogEATS.com, with an ethnic breakfast for Uppumavu, a semolina/Cream of Wheat style curry.
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Looking out to Superbowl Sunday, we've got fondue on the brain, and the plate...!
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Great post on Deptford Pudding on blogEATS.com today in celebration of Downton Abbey!
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Food in jars, via blogEATS.com from VeggieBelly.com...a Dal Fry Mix perfect for packing up and giving as a gift.
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    Associate Publisher, 2011 - present
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Homemade goods deserve a pretty package too
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Homemade food makes a wonderful gift this time of year, but so often carefully made delicious treats are piled unceremoniously onto paper pl

A Goose, with a Shortcut, for Christmas | Blogeats
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Share We know them from the London of Charles Dickens and from the rural precincts of Laura Ingalls Wilder.  But we rarely encounter a Chris

How To Make Crispy, Delicious Latkes (Jewish Potato Pancakes, Traditiona...
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Now that's a crispy latke! Let me apologize immediately for the poor photography, but I have a very good excuse. An all-out hanukkah la

Sweets for Tet | Blogeats
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Share A few days ago, on January 23, the Chinese New Year was celebrated. It ushered in the Year of the Dragon, as the popular press reporte

Two Fondues | Blogeats
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Share Fads in cookbook publishing come and go. That’s what fads do. Sometimes cookbook fads are synchronized with what people actually are d

“So What Is Going On With Your Cookbook?” And Other Life Changing News
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A page spread from the Herbivoracious cookbook In journalism, they say don't bury the lede, but today I've got three of them: The c

Wherever You Are, It’s Local | Blogeats
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Share Expressions like local, seasonal, farm-to-table, and maybe even fresh and farmer are so pervasive in restaurant marketing these days t

A Small Step Against Breakfast Ethnocentrism | Blogeats
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Share I have traveled a little, not a lot, but based on what I have seen no one beats Americans when it comes to a willingness to explore an

Homage to Mrs. Patmore | Blogeats
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Share If you are not familiar with the esteemed cook named in the title of this post, then you probably live in a house that is not hooked u

A Good Year for Glass | Blogeats
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Share One of these days, if it hasn’t happened already, someone will write a roundup of food trends that got their start in the blogosphere.

“How Do You Get Your Protein?” – Is Vegetarian Protein a Problem?
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I'm not the type to go around making a big deal about the fact that I don't eat meat. But if I've hung out with someone for awhile, they wil

Pie: The Next Pie | Blogeats
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Share About a year ago, amid the annual rush of end-of-year posts and articles purporting to predict food trends for the coming new year, 20

Holiday Pressure | Blogeats
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Share Who needs it? Well, no one, to be sure, but few of us are immune to it. I hope by today things are winding down for you and that you h

A Seasonal Soup to Serve or Swap | Blogeats
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Share As food bloggers and many of their readers know, food swaps have become tremendously popular in recent years.  These events start with

The French Influence | Blogeats
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Share Like abstract-expressionist artists, food bloggers often hear that they practice a craft anyone could master.  (“My six-year-old could

Yummly's semantic recipe search gets spicy
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Semantic recipe search engine Yummly is tuning its search features to include more flavor profiles, just as it’s hitting a major milestone.

This bookstore + coffee shop/cafe has inspired lunch and dinner fare and a great selection of titles to choose from. Grab a book off the shelf, order a sandwich and pass the day while reading some of your favorite books. Staff is friendly, yet not too over-attentive, so it's a great place to get some work done.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
For the furry companion in your life, this shop has all the pet supplies you'll ever need. Great service, good prices and free treats for Fido make this a nice stop for any of your pet shopping in Boston.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Pizza, sandwiches and salads are the order of the day here. Their mac and cheese is probably one of the best in Boston, but inventive pizza combinations also offer a slightly more upscale experience than your average corner pie. In summer, try the Concord Grape sorbet, it's amazing!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Toro is a great South End restaurant, serving up Spanish-style tapas and great drinks! Their duck drumsticks and corn on the cob smothered in Manchego cheese is AWESOME. Communal style seating makes for a convival atmosphere, but it does get somewhat noisy on Fridays and Saturdays, and the no-reservation policy can be a bit of a drag.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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If you like seafood, this is the place to be. The no reservation policy and communal seating make for the epitome of "first come, first serve" but true to their name, their oysters are a specialty. Also try the lobster roll in summer for something truly Bostonian.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Drinks are somewhat pricey, but well-worth it for a bar that's quickly becoming a Boston establishment. With no menus, you can either ask bartenders for their recommendations, or offer up some taste profiles that you want in your glass. But you pay for the service and the great ingredients, so be prepared to spend up.
Food: Very goodDecor: ExcellentService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago