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Franco’s Trattoria is located in a small strip mall in Sudbury. It’s a family owned and operated restaurant that puts out some delicious pizza. They have a nice selection of items on their menu: pizza, pasta, calzones, sandwiches, salads, wraps and more. They have an affordable kids menu with most items ranging in at $4-$6. […]

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The Smoke Shop is Chef Andy Husbands’ newest venture and passion project. You may know him tom his other restaurants, Tremont 647 and Sister Sorel. The Smoke Shop opened last spring and is open for lunch and dinner. There are many different styles of BBQ going on here: Memphis, Texas AND Kansas City. They have […]

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Located in a small strip mall in Wayland, Water Lily offers a nice selection of Chinese food. They do a ton of take out business, so it was nice to have almost the whole place to ourselves. This would be great for families and there were even people dining solo here. The staff was attentive […]

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I had never heard of Noodles and Company before, but I was picking up my cousin at the Route 128 train station and we were looking for a place to grab a quick bite. Now let me tell you how much I love noodles. If I could only eat one thing for the rest of […]

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I always enjoyed Iggy’s bread when I bought it at the store. I didn’t realize they have their own little shop over in Cambridge. It’s out of the way, and not super obvious to find, I drove by two or three times before I figured out where the lot was. Call me directionally challenged. Iggy’s sells […]

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Mamaleh’s is a great Jewish deli located in Kendall Square (from the same team that brought you State Park). They are closed Mondays and serve breakfast all day! I’ve been there twice and we actually catered my dad’s birthday party with Mamaleh’s. So what is with the name? Mamaleh is a yiddish term of endearment for […]

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It’s been a while since I’ve written about Cafe de Boston. I wanted to revisit them since I am doing posts this week about double duty restaurants (where you can eat in or do catering). See my previous posts about Cafe de Boston here and here. I headed in for lunch with a group of […]

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So Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. So much pressure to go out and do something fantastic with that special someone. Here are a few options at all price points to help you celebrate the day. (Photo provided by Del Frisco’s) Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Boston will offer guests an intimate dinner for […]

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Leah and I met for lunch in Harvard Square to try out Tom’s Bao Bao. I love me some dumplings so I was in heaven. We walked in and spent a good ten minutes just staring awkwardly at the people behind the glass making the dumplings (and taking videos of them). All of the buns […]

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Meatball Kitchen is one of the newer restaurants in the Natick Collection. Located in the old Sel de la Terre the space, the restaurant is divided into two areas, the front bar area pictured above and the main dining room in back. The bar is bright and airy with high ceilings and a glass wall […]

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