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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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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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Just when I move out of the neighborhood, great things start popping up, like Holly Crab or Union Square Donuts, or a MINILUXE!!!! Is it too late to move back? Ok, I digress. Holly Crab. I can safely say that you should not go here on a first date. Or a second date. Probably safe […]

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Three of us headed over to Luke’s Lobster for lunch before our little field trip to Eataly. We showed up right before the lunch rush and boy did it fill up fast. I had first been introduced to Luke’s Lobster when I was in New York. (See another post here.) They have two locations in […]

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Recently a childhood friend of mine got married in Italy. With a new baby at home, we unfortunately had to miss the wedding. So for the time being, the only Italian flight I’m experiencing is the pasta flight at Terramia. I loved the restaurant, it was cozy and inviting. While they have been recognized with […]

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Neptune Oyster is one of my favorite places to eat, but the line is always so long for dinner that I rarely make it there. Recently I was able to drop by for lunch, they open at 11:30, so we were there around 11:10 and there was already a line of about 10 people. Tourists […]

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Parkside Market is a cute little place right on Main Street in Falmouth. They offer breakfast all day and lunch until 4pm. There are cafe tables inside and a few tables outside on the sidewalk. Parkside has a nice assortment of sandwiches and lighter options if you’re just planning on stopping in for coffee and […]

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Select Oyster Bar is a great spot tucked away on Gloucester Street in the Back Bay. The restaurant is run by Michael Serpa who you may know from his days as Executive Chef at Neptune Oyster. The simple menu is a nice mix of raw bar and cooked seafood options. If you aren’t into seafood, […]

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Jay was over the house one day and we were talking about lobster rolls and where the best ones were down at the Cape. I was telling him about the Barking Claw and he told me about Quahog Republic. The restaurant is a dive bar with large LCD televisions on the wall and keno at […]

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My new thing is tourist destinations in the off season. I was first introduced to Tavern on the Wharf at the Norwell Farms Farm to Fork dinner. I kept dreaming of the short rib dish that I had at the event, so Leah, Robin and I decided to head down to Plymouth and try them for lunch. […]

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