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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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I’m a little embarrassed to say that I don’t think I had ever been inside the Boston Public Library until very recently. You’ve probably seen photos on Instagram of the Reading Room and the courtyard, but did you know that there is a restaurant inside? Tucked inside the library is The Courtyard Restaurant, a beautiful […]

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While walking around we happened upon the Plaza Food Hall. The hall opened in 2010 with Todd English’s as the anchor. It has since added on to become 32,000 sq. ft of deliciousness. The shops are carefully curated. Some well know favorites and some new names pop up in the list. We started out our […]

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Following up from my previous post, I had mentioned that I had seen list in Zagat for the best food halls in NY. We already went to City Kitchen, next stop was Gotham West Market. A little out of the way if you aren’t in the area (Hell’s Kitchen), but we happened to be coming […]

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I had seen an article in Zagat on the top food halls in New York City. So on a recent trip, we decided to try and hit up as many as we could! First stop, City Kitchen. City Kitchen is located at Row NYC, a hotel in Times Square. The space has 9 vendors and […]

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Sometimes you need to switch things up from your regular go – to spots. So we headed over to Eulinda’s for some ice cream. They serve Richardson’s ice cream so you know you’re getting something good! Eulinda’s is located in what looks like a little cape house. The line in the summer can be long […]

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Taste of Cambridge was this past Thursday evening. My new friend Kayte invited me to tag along with her! The doors opened at 5:30pm and the VIP line rivaled the regular admission line. Once we were inside, there was a special VIP area, where we quickly headed for some much needed drinks. Then we walked […]

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Last weekend, about a dozen bloggers trekked out in the snow to attend a lamb event at Tremont 647. One bite of those morning buns and it was like….what snow? My favorite thing at brunch at Tremont 647 are the home made pop tarts…check out their pajama brunch on the weekends, it’s not to be […]

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So it’s Monday and Valentine’s day is less than a week away. Did you forget to make a reservation? Try using Reserve, a digital concierge app created by the co-founder of Uber (Garrett Camp). I have had great experiences using Reserve, check out my posts from Liquid Art House and Row 34. So what makes […]

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The Friday before Labor Day I was hoping to already be out of town – escape the students and dreaded September 1 move in (No Allston Christmas for this gal). Since I was still here, I decided to head over to Charles River Park and check out the Jugos pop up location. Ron Marco, owner […]

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