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Boston Chops Urban Steak Bistro Opens in the South End

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

The longstanding debate continues over whether Boston already has its fair share of steakhouses. From Ruth’s Chris to The Capital Grille, all of the big name chains have made their entry here. So when we heard there was a new steakhouse opening in...

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The Boxer Hotel in Boston Highlights City's History with $3 Million Renovation

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2013

As current travel trends have begun to show, today’s hotel guests want to authentically connect with the cities they are visiting. In an effort to meet those demands, the newly renovated and rebranded Boxer hotel in Boston has opened with a very...

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Sweet Basil Restaurant Rolling Out Fresh Pastas For Over 13 Years

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

For the past 13 years, Chef David Becker has been having fun—you can tell from the huge grin on his face that he loves doing what he does. This also goes for his entire staff at Sweet Basil. Located in Needham Center, Becker has been churning out...

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Hop on Over to Boston's Samuel Adams Brewery for a Behind-the-Scenes Tour

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

If you have ever wondered about the art of brewing beer then it’s time to book a tour of the Samuel Adams Brewery, one of the biggest in Boston, to learn about the city’s beer culture. We recently had the opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes...

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Interview With Celebrity Chef Susur Lee: Inspiration, Discipline & Falling in Love With Food

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

Susur Lee has come a long way from his humble beginnings in Hong Kong. The critically-acclaimed king of Asian-fusion, who combines traditional Chinese dishes with classic French techniques, has gone on to become a Top Chef Masters sensation and...

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Get to Church for a Heavenly Dining Experience

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

Quit with the holier than thou attitude and get thyself to Church. We’re not talking about the Catholic, Protestant or Baptist kind of holy ground. More like the hidden neighborhood restaurant located near Fenway Park type of Church. Located in...

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Turner's Yard: Small Town Location, Big Name Investors

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

The small town restaurant with big name investors is making a statement. Turner’s Yard, the recently opened Pembroke restaurant that pays homage to a former shipyard located in the town’s North River, is backed by some of Boston’s biggest...

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Justine's Table Serves Up a Mean Steak with a Side of Patriotism

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

Don’t you just love it when you discover a hidden gem of a restaurant? If you haven’t yet discovered Justine’s Table in Wellesley, you are in for a special treat with this rare find. Located on Route 9, the restaurant features a good selection...

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Authentic Brazilian Cuisine Comes to Boston: Fogo de Chao

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

"Pace yourself." That was what we were told many times over before we visited Boston's newly opened Brazilian steakhouse, Fogo de Chao. If you eat too fast or too much of one item, you won’t know what you’re missing until the beef brigade starts...

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Venture Just Outside Boston For a Colorful Dining Experience

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

Boston certainly has its share of steakhouses and seafood restaurants, but where should you go for a great meal outside of the city? Head down to Providence, just an hour south of Boston, to Ten Steak & Sushi. Its endless selection of sushi and top...

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New Cinquecento Restaurant Offers Italian, Trattoria-Style Brunch

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

You love the South End for its restaurant scene. From cozy spaces and fantastic food to trendy locations — it can’t get much better than this, right? Well it can. Cinquecento is a new Roman trattoria, housed in the former Rocca space on the...

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Celebrate St. Patty's Day With Irish Band, The Saw Doctors

BY : Kellie K. Speed | 2013

St. Patty’s Day is this weekend and there is no better place to celebrate than Boston. In a city that’s said to have more Irish than Ireland, Beantown is loaded with all things Gaelic. Our favorite pick is the return of The Saw Doctors Saturday...

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