Posts Tagged ‘Restaurant Review’
Tagliatelle with exotic mushrooms. Photo Credit: Kayla Baker

Fin Point Positions Itself As Downtown’s Newest Social Hub

The stretch of Broad Street between State Street and the Rose Kennedy Greenway bustles during the workweek, but on evenings and weekends is light on foot traffic. Tourists pass through the nearby hotels while employees who we...


Crispy Salmon Tacos. Photo Credit: Kayla Baker

Peruvian-Asian Restobar Ruka Exemplifies the Inventive Downtown Spirit

Ruka stuns the moment you walk in the door. A gorgeous Chihuly chandelier sprinkles color across the lobby. Ahead you’ll catch a glimpse of the woven ceiling, comprised of thick strands of multi-colored yarn, and the wall-to...



Roasted Beet Salad. Photo Credit: Cheryl Fenton

Bostonia Public House Is A Comfort Food Paradise

When the winds are whipping around like this past weekend, there’s a proclivity to hang out on your couch under a blanket, wishing the outside weather “good day, sir.” Since a girl’s gotta eat, the next ...


Fresh Tagliatelle at The Merchant. Photo Credit: Cheryl Fenton

Escape The Summer Heat With Cool Cocktails And Farm Fresh Dishes At The Merchant

The weather outside has been nothing but 3H nasty (hazy, hot and humid), so we were looking for a dark cave away from the summer gross. We found it – a savory little brasserie in the Financial District. With a gentleman...



Shojo

Shojo Has Funky Fare With Modern Asian Cuisine

Meet Shojo. He’s a Japanese mythical creature – half man/half monkey on a quest for a never ending sake river. Aren’t we all? Sigh. Now meet Shojo, the fierce late-night gastropub in Chinatown. This place ha...


8 ounce natural Angus burger. Photo Credit: Kayla Baker

jm Curley Returns Triumphant After Flood Damage

It may not be apparent from the outside, but jm Curley is a beloved bar in downtown Boston. The unassuming storefront at 21 Temple Place blends in seamlessly with its older industrial neighbors, but as soon as you open the plai...



Chef Michael provides an extensive Greek menu. Photo courtesy of Doretta Taverna.

Restaurant Review: Doretta Taverna & Raw Bar

Foodie enthusiasts of Greek country-style taverns will love the charming old world menu at one of the newer additions to the Boston restaurant scene. Doretta Taverna and Raw Bar opened at The Heritage On the Garden in Septemb...


Grilled baby carrots and Boston baked beans. Photo Credit: Kayla Baker

Get Your Gatsby On at the Speakeasy-Styled State Street Provisions

At the corner of State Street and Atlantic Avenue sits an innocuous office building called 255 State Street. Large picture windows on the ground floor showcase a restaurant with luxurious brown leather booths, dark hardwood wal...



Yvonne's

Yvonne’s breathes new life into Locke-Ober spot as a modern day supper club

When you’re filling the shoes of a Boston icon, you had better be good at it. Lest you get side-eyes and whispers. Apparently someone gave Yvonne‘s the memo to behave because that’s exactly what she does. This...


N26 fish and chips

Steps away from Faneuil Hall, North 26

Between the seemingly five-mile long vendor scene inside Quincy Market and several outdoor patios lining the brick sidewalks, Faneuil Hall’s dining choices are overwhelming. Yes, the hustle and bustle is great for crowd-w...