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A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures

Category Archives: Restaurants

Poké seems to be all the rage these days. We stopped by Pokéworks in Somerville to try out some special fruit bowls. They’re only available today, Friday, 9/29 until Sunday 10/1 and next weekend 10/6 until 10/8. While the poké bowls you see here are served in fun fruit bowls, if you order one, they won’t […]

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After moving out to suburbia, we are still looking for our “go-to pizza place”. We decided to try out Rossini’s in Concord. The shop does mainly takeout, we were the only ones there dining in. The restaurant has all of your pizza place items – a small cheese pizza will run you about $9 and […]

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Kaki Lima just finished their residency at Wink and Nod’s culinary incubator. I thought I’d take this opportunity to throw it back to a post I had forgotten about in my drafts since the space is changing over. Little Owl Tavern was Wink and Nod’s first stab at Italian fare since they opened three years […]

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Fall may be my favorite time down on Cape Cod. The crowds are gone, you can get down Main Street in a reasonable amount of time, and you can get into the restaurants again. We recently went to Simply Divine Pizza in Falmouth. The kids loved watching the chefs make the pizza, spinning the dough […]

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While shopping back in my old neighborhood, Coolidge Corner, we stopped into The Upper Crust Pizzeria for a quick and easy lunch with the kids. We had the place to ourselves! Panera would have been my go to place for lunch, but they have since closed. The chain is one of three pizza places in […]

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Blackbird Doughnuts, the popular South End spot for artisan doughnuts has come to the Fenway. We stopped there on the way out of town on Labor Day Weekend to pick up a half dozen for the ride since we were able to get an earlier jump on the road (when does that ever happen?). Anything […]

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Lulu’s Sweet Shoppe used to be located on Salem Street in the North End and recently (well, not so recently) moved into the former Cocoanuts space on Parmenter Street. Sandy Russo opened the shop in 2004, after spending time working in a number of restaurants and hotels. I went in for the cupcakes. Pictured above […]

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I first fell in love with Jamba Juice years ago in New York. Since then, Jamba has come a little closer to me – first on the ground floor of Boston University, and my newest find, in Bedford. Still not super close, but it will do. I generally make smoothies at home – with yogurt […]

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  I used to go to the Lotus Blossom all the time when I was growing up. Hadn’t been there in ages, and one day decided to mix it up and try someplace new. And by new, I mean not Panera or the pizza place they know us at because I am there three times […]

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I know a lot of families that don’t take weekend vacations because it’s just too much of a headache. You pack up your kids and your 85 suitcases with diapers, bottles and 8 changes of clothes per day (because you know food is going to get all over them at SOME point in the day) […]

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