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I had to go to the Prudential Center to pick up a prize that I had won, and while I was there, I thought I would do some shopping and pick up some dinner. I hadn’t been there since the opening of Eataly, and was pleasantly surprised at some new things that popped up in […]

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Acapulcos hasn’t changed much over the years. The Sudbury location is a little sad and dark inside. They’re a chain restaurant, with locations in Amesbury, Beverly, Enfield, CT, Franklin, Milford, Needham, Norwood, Quincy and Stratford, CT. Sudbury was the original location that opened in 2001. They have the best deal for kids. $4.95 for a […]

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  I keep hearing good things about Worcester. So we hopped in the car one day and headed out to the Farmer’s Market and Crompton Collective. BirchTree Bread Company is in the same building as Crompton Collective, such a cute place to eat (with plenty of seating). BirchTree Bread Company offers artisan breads, tasty pastries […]

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Moody Street in Waltham has become quite the foodie destination. A friend came in from out of town and we went to Tempo Bistro, a recommendation from his brother who lives close by. The restaurant was jammed and service was a bit slow at times, but we were catching up, and didn’t mind. The menu […]

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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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I recently had the opportunity to try out VERTS Mediterranean Grill with my girls from Go Local Boston. They have two locations in Boston, the Financial District down on Summer Street and the location we visited in the Back Bay on Boylston at Clarendon. They are also planning on opening a location at Washington and School […]

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I had been dying to try The Table at Season to Taste in Cambridge for some time now. All my friends who have been said that it was the best meal of their lives. Here’s the thing though, the menu changes seasonally, so get in there quickly! The 20 seat restaurant feels like you are […]

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While shopping at TJ Maxx and Home Goods in Bedford (yup, will travel for a good TJ Maxx…), we were working up an appetite. I was pleasantly surprised to see a Red Heat Tavern nearby as we were driving around. I had been to the Wilmington location and had a great experience, so I knew […]

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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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Did you know that there’s a restaurant in Boston that has over 15 kinds of dipping sauces for French fries? Oh yes people, Saus has flavors like “Saturday Night Chive” with fresh chives and sour cream, “Cheddar Duvel” with sharp and mild cheddar and Duvel ale (served warm), and “Ole Chipotle” with chipotle in adobo, […]

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