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In the suburb of Watertown, on Arsenal Street is a little gem called the Aegean Restaurant.
It all started in Los Angeles with a chain called Pinkberry.
Earlier this week I checked out a new place in Waltham called Biagio.
On Church Street in Harvard Square, across the street from the always busy Border Cafe, and behind an unassuming brick store front, lies a hidden jewel of the Boston dining scene - Cambridge 1.
If you haven't been let in on the secret, its pretty easy to stroll right past this extraordinary spot. In the space next to door to Lizzy's ice cream, Cambridge 1 serves only five things - wine, beer, thin crust pizza, salad, and Toscanini's tiramisu ice cream.
Growing up in Newton, MA I never paid much attention to my hometown's bar scene. Once I turned the big 2-1, I was all of a sudden curious.
A restaurant I had eaten in many times as a kid (and had a great veggie wrap and fries that tasted just as perfect as McDonalds) had recently gotten a revamp and was now quite popular for dinner and drinks among my high school classmates, as well as friends and coworkers who had recently moved to the area.
Pilgrims? The Mayflower? Freshly Baked Bread?
After living in Brighton for almost a year (May 1st marks the anniversary) and after glowing recommendations from several friends, I finally t
Friday night I had dinner at STIX on Stanhope Street in Back Bay to celebrate a coworker's birthday.
On Massachusetts Avenue, nestled between bustling Harvard Square and bohemian Central Square, lies Cambridge's bes
Tonight I went with a high school friend back to our old stomping grounds to check out a new place in West N
This week I met a favorite girlfriend in Washington Square in Brookline for a night of dining gluttony