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Category Archives: Restaurants

My friend Ziggy had to drop off some of his delicious Fox Point Pickles to a vendor near Walden Pond, so we decided to meet up at Trail’s End Cafe in Concord for lunch. I love breakfast any time of day, and I especially love a place that serves breakfast for lunch. Breakfast at Trail’s […]

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Disclaimer: Addressy.com Address Verification collaborated on this post. Boston is a great city, especially in the summer! Addressy contacted me to share my #postalcodepride and talk about why Boston is such a fun place. I love checking out cool new shops in Boston, just check out some of my Tuesday water cooler posts! But sometimes you just can’t […]

I had to go to the Prudential Center to pick up a prize that I had won, and while I was there, I thought I would do some shopping and pick up some dinner. I hadn’t been there since the opening of Eataly, and was pleasantly surprised at some new things that popped up in […]

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It’s always fun to go out to lunch with other bloggers – and I love meeting up with Fiona from Gourmet Pigs. We decided to head over to Pagu, which we had all been wanting to try. Pagu is owned by Tracy Chang. Tracy co-founded Guchi’s midnight ramen and collaborated with places like Bondir, No.9 […]

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A few weekends ago we went to Belkin Family Lookout Farm in Natick.  It is one of the oldest continuously working farms in the US and has over 60,000 fruit trees. The farm is open from 10am -5pm daily. Admission is $12 per person and kids under 2 are free. So what’s included in your […]

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Last weekend, I headed out with some other bloggers for a Sunday supper at Capo in South Boston. The inside felt a lot like Lincoln Tavern, their sister restaurant down the street. How adorable is the Capo gelato stand outside the restaurant? It launched this summer and has over a dozen different flavors of gelato […]

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We generally frequent the same few restaurants when we go out, so I wanted to make it a point to try somewhere new. We have been to the other restaurants in the complex, but had never been to Takara. While they restaurant is Japanese and serves a nice variety of sushi options, it was nice […]

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Acapulcos hasn’t changed much over the years. The Sudbury location is a little sad and dark inside. They’re a chain restaurant, with locations in Amesbury, Beverly, Enfield, CT, Franklin, Milford, Needham, Norwood, Quincy and Stratford, CT. Sudbury was the original location that opened in 2001. They have the best deal for kids. $4.95 for a […]

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All meetings should be over food. We had a breakfast meeting and decided to have it at Urban Hearth, a cute little place in Cambridge on Mass. Ave. The cafe is open Tuesday – Sunday from 8am – 5pm. They have a special supper club Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 6pm – closing. The dinner […]

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  I keep hearing good things about Worcester. So we hopped in the car one day and headed out to the Farmer’s Market and Crompton Collective. BirchTree Bread Company is in the same building as Crompton Collective, such a cute place to eat (with plenty of seating). BirchTree Bread Company offers artisan breads, tasty pastries […]

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