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A Little Bit About a Lot of Things

A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures

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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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110 Grill is the newest restaurant to open in Wayland, giving the town a much needed addition option for dinner on the south side of town. We arrive early and the place is starting to get crowded with families with young children. The kids menu is pretty good – for $7 you get your choice […]

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Spring is finally here!! I have already committed to storing away my winter clothes, so no doubt it will snow in May! So it means dining on patios, open toed shoes, maxi dresses and my favorite, picnics! Not a fan of the outdoors? You could easily do this on a porch (skip the bugs) or […]

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The Friendly Toast moved into the Back Bay into the former Zocalo space. You have to walk down Stanhope Street and resist popping into Flour Bakery or Red Lantern before reaching the restaurant. The space has a similar look and feel to the Cambridge location with its kitschy decor, but the space is much smaller. […]

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Another post about another pizza place? Oath Craft pizza isn’t just another pizza place, they make delicious craft pizza that cooks in 90 seconds. You can get a whole pizza (11″) or a half pizza, pick from their craft pizzas or make your own “selfie” pizza. Some of my favorite pizzas that I tried were: […]

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I don’t know about you, but when I was working down on State Street, every time I went to lunch it would be at least $15, whether it be a salad, soup, a sandwich, burrito, food truck, whatever. For just a few dollars more you can have a seriously gourmet lunch over at Ocean Prime in […]

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I decided to take a trip into suburbia, Lexington to be exact, to try out the crepes at Très Petite Crêperie. They’re a little hard to find if you aren’t familiar with the area, as they are down a little side alley that isn’t picked up by navigation all the time. There is parking just outside their […]

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I have to admit, I haven’t been to the Kinsale since my college days. I was invited to check out their menu one afternoon for lunch. The restaurant is located in Government Center, steps from the T stop. If you’re driving in, the Kinsale offers free validated parking after 5pm on weekdays and anytime on […]

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Little Cupcake Bakeshop was founded in 2005 in Brooklyn. They have expanded to two locations, one in Brooklyn and one in Nolita. We visited Nolita and loved the feel of the bakery (it just feels like a real bakery). They had an amazing assortment of cupcakes, it was hard not to buy one of everything! We got […]

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Sprinkles is located in Brookfield Place, on the second floor, in the food court. Sprinkles was the world’s first cupcake bakery, founded in 2005 by Candace Nelson. The first store was opened in 2005 in Beverly Hills and they have expanded to 14 locations across the country. If you can’t make it to a Sprinkles […]

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