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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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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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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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Leah and I grabbed lunch one day at The Automatic, a quirky little spot run by East Coast Grill founder, Chris Schlesinger, and B-Side Lounge alum, Dave Cagle. They serve lunch Monday through Friday and dinner all week long. The menu has a little bit of this and a little bit of that. Small plates […]

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Porto is a new Mediterranean restaurant that serves a modern take on seafood. The team behind this new hot spot are Jody Adams, Eric Papachristos and Sean Griffing (they are also the team behind Trade). I love everything about this place from the moment I walk in, from the artwork on the walls to the […]

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Leah and I met up with fellow food blogger Fiona, from Gourmet Pigs, for lunch at Poke City. Poke is blowing up on the restaurant scene and I couldn’t wait to check it out. Leah had been before and Fiona had been to a different Poke restaurant – I just wanted to see what those […]

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Following up on yesterday’s Toasts and Bowls post, I wanted to elaborate on our lunch at Island Creek Oyster Bar. We went to the Burlington location for lunch: equally glamorous as the city location but less crowded. Yay, one vote for suburbia! How beautiful is this mahi-mahi mahi-mahi crudo? ($12) The dish was light, clean […]

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I’m always on the hunt for a new breakfast place. We recently came upon Stephen Anthony’s – in business for the last 30 years, and at its current location since 1998. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Inside, it is definitely dated. It has an old time feel to it. Breakfasts are simple and the […]

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Growing up, I was pretty proud that I had never been to the town bar, the Dudley Chateau. Since moving back to the suburbs, I can’t even tell you the amount of times I’ve been there. And I brought kids. Townie bar with children. Yup, I’ve turned into that person. The bar is located on […]

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Apparently my mother and I had the same idea, we had both been wanting to try out RFK Kitchen in Needham. So when her birthday came around this year, obviously we decided to try it out. Make sure to make a reservation, because this place gets packed! There’s an open dining room, and if you […]

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