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I went to Park in Harvard Square for the first time a few months ago for drinks for a friend’s birthday and the cozy atmosphere and inventive cocktails really won me over. I’ve had it in mind ever since to … Continue reading
I love breakfast. The whole meal appeals to me, the ritual of sipping coffee or tea, the foods (pancakes, eggs, smoothies, oatmeal and more) and the quiet time in the morning. But I don’t actually eat breakfast out that often … Continue reading
While there’s a lot of awareness these days about food preferences and allergies, there’s still often a stigma around vegetarian and vegan food that it’s not delicious. This may be in part because Boston, unlike most other major cities, doesn’t have … Continue reading
I’ve always loved the idea of diners, but I’m often disappointed by their greasy, unimaginative fare that leaves me feeling too full and unsatisfied. So when I heard about Veggie Galaxy, a diner that only serves vegetarian/vegan food, my interest … Continue reading
Growing up on the East Coast, I never tried the thin hamburger patties so common on the West Coast at places like In-N-Out Burger until I was in my early 20s. But once I got that first taste, I was … Continue reading
I was really excited when I heard Davis Square was getting a falafel restaurant and after my first visit to Amsterdam Falafelshop, I’m even happier that this eatery has found its way to Somerville.
[Updated 7/13/14: It appears that the state has seized M3 because of unpaid rent.] I’ve always had a soft spot for good Southern food. Grits, fried green tomatoes, po’ boys and other delicacies call to me. Unsurprisingly, the Boston-area isn’t … Continue reading