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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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Located in Huron Village, Full Moon lets parents eat delicious food while their kids spend time in the play space. They have buckets of toys that you can bring to the table, a kitchen area and plenty of trucks to go around. Color with crayons on the paper on the table while you have brunch. […]

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It’s ice cream season, are you ready? I recently headed over to Honeycomb Creamery to taste it for myself. I had really been dying to try the rosé gummy bears, but they are seasonal, so I had lime instead. Flavors available that day included: burnt vanilla bean, cinnamon dulce de leche, honey lavender, brown butter […]

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I had been dying to try The Table at Season to Taste in Cambridge for some time now. All my friends who have been said that it was the best meal of their lives. Here’s the thing though, the menu changes seasonally, so get in there quickly! The 20 seat restaurant feels like you are […]

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Located in Cambridge, a short walk from the Davis Square T station, is Spindler Confections, a local artisan candy shop. They have a nice selection of chocolates, salted caramels, nut caramels, pate de fruits and brittles. Did you know that they have classes? Class 1 is called Chocolate! Chocolate! Chocolate! and you learn the basics of […]

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Our plan: meet up at Hi Rise Bread Company on Mass. Ave and go out for ice cream afterwards. I had been wanting to try Honeycomb Creamery for so long, and get my hands on those rose gummy bears I had been seeing all over Instagram. What really happened: we showed up to Hi Rise, my […]

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The Concord Ave. location of Hi Rise Bread Company is the original location. Patrons can watch breads and pastries being made in the open kitchen, pick up beer and wine or even grab dinner to go (fresh or frozen). There’s a great communal table here as well as some smaller tables by the window. It’s […]

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The Smoke Shop is Chef Andy Husbands’ newest venture and passion project. You may know him tom his other restaurants, Tremont 647 and Sister Sorel. The Smoke Shop opened last spring and is open for lunch and dinner. There are many different styles of BBQ going on here: Memphis, Texas AND Kansas City. They have […]

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I always enjoyed Iggy’s bread when I bought it at the store. I didn’t realize they have their own little shop over in Cambridge. It’s out of the way, and not super obvious to find, I drove by two or three times before I figured out where the lot was. Call me directionally challenged. Iggy’s sells […]

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For those of you who are doing a last mad dash for presents the week before Christmas, head over to the CambridgeSide Galleria. It’s super easy to get to: you can drive there and parking is WAY cheaper than most city malls, you can take the T or you can get a shuttle bus. Oh, did […]

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