When I heard The Palm steakhouse was shutting its doors nearly two years ago and relocating from his Copley Square location to an undisclosed spot, I anxiously awaited its reopening. The new property opened this past spring at One International Place to much fanfare in the Financial District. Not only has the restaurant increased in size but the brand has also refreshed its entire look nationwide with new paper menus, modern uniforms for its wait staff and even contemporary tableware.
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar in Providence, Rhode Island has something for everyone’s taste buds, whether you go for the steaks, the 100 wines served by the glass or the great deals at the bar. We visited the main dining room on a recent Saturday evening for an early dinner. By the time we were ready to head back home, the entire restaurant was filled to a bustling capacity — and for good reason.
From November 9, 2013 to February 17, 2004, Impressionism will take over the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) with an exhibition highlighting Maritime history from the birth of its movement to its lasting affects in the Impressionism world. Impressionists on the Water will feature more than 90 paintings, prints, models and photographs all paying homage to France’s waterways and oceans.
This month, one of the most fashionable suburbs outside of Boston will be opening a massive retail complex known as Chestnut Hill Square. From shops to restaurants, locals can also expect trendy eateries to hit its dining scene, including Seasons 52 and Brio Tuscan Grille.
Until recent years, Boston foodies were faced with the daunting challenge of finding a decent restaurant in the suburbs. Yet, there is one restaurant that made its debut 20 years ago that made that task a little bit easier. If you haven’t been properly introduced, meet Tosca Restaurant in Hingham, the South Shore destination that really put fine suburban dining on the map.
Steakhouses are an easy find in Boston; it seems every section of our fair city has a bustling one, but where can you go if you don’t feel like venturing downtown? Head to Coach Grill in Wayland, Mass. Located on the site of the original Red Coach Grill, and formerly owned by Back Bay Restaurant Group, Coach Grill is now operated by Tavistock Group. While the menu has changed slightly since Tavistock took over, its steaks, chops and seafood only got better.