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I was at the Boston Public Market a few weeks ago and parked in a nearby lot where an attendant parks your car for you. When I got back to my car, I noticed that the attendant backed my car into a pole. So I when I went back to settle up with the parking […]

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It was a dark and rainy afternoon and we had just been to a memorial service. For a gloomy day that meant we definitely needed carbs on carbs. We were in need of some serious comfort food, so we stopped into Za for a bite to eat. They have a location in Cambridge that I […]

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You might miss Bottega di Capri if you didn’t know where to look. This unassuming little restaurant is one of Brookline’s best kept secrets. They have delicious Italian food and more types of pasta dishes than you’ll know what to do with. You could come here for a month straight, order something new every time, […]

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Sometimes, well for me these days it’s a lot of the time, I just don’t feel like cooking. So a great place to stop and pick up dinner is Comella’s in Chestnut Hill. They make these family size pasta “messes” that will be sure to satisfy your family. Just you? Don’t worry, their messes come […]

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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’ve been unconsciously on a Mediterranean kick lately. Met a friend at Dates and Olives in Brighton for lunch one day. We were the only other people there except for the photo shoot that was going on that day. The space is cute inside, with a few tables (but no high chairs for those of […]

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Ever want to get up close and personal with a James Beard award winning chef? Now you can. Chef Ron Suhanosky just opened Ronsky’s at the Pop Up at The Street in Chestnut Hill. He will be there until the end of the year, serving up gourmet sandwiches and pastries. Suhanosky previously owned Sfoglia, which […]

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Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow and for this preg-o food blogger, I have to celebrate it sober! I popped into Kane’s Donuts in the Financial District on Tuesday to preview their special margarita donut. Tomorrow is the only day that you can get this specialty donut, so hurry in, they’ll sell out quickly. The shop is […]

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I never really liked school – but dumpling school is something I can definitely wrap my head around. A few weeks ago I was invited to Dumpling Palace for a hands on dumpling making tutorial. The intimate event had us forming dumplings with the chef and eating what we made! Top left is Leah Palone, Marketing Director […]

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In December, Pepe’s pizza opened in the Chestnut Hill Mall. The opening was greatly anticipated and the lines for both dine in and take out were long! We got there early (on day 2 of being open) and were close to the front of the line – luckily we were able to get a seat […]

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