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Cafe de Boston: A Marketplace Eatery

by Julia Loschiavo May 16th, 2013| Chef Interviews
Located in Boston's Financial District, Cafe de Boston provides customers with a customizable and delicious breakfast and lunch experience. The unique marketplace concept provides customers with complete control over their meal, giving them the option of self-serve or made-to-order stations. From the salad bar packed with fresh, high-quality produce
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Chef Gerry Tice

by Rachel Dushkewich April 18th, 2013| Chef Interviews
Looking to blend historic Boston experiences with cutting-edge culinary flavor? Look no further than the OMNI Parker House! Savor Boston Cream Pie at its birthplace where literary greats like Charles Dickens and Ralph Waldo Emerson hosted their “Saturday Club!” Just as historic as its location
Chef Mark Goldberg

Chef Mark Goldberg

by Rachel Dushkewich February 28th, 2013| Chef Interviews
Looking for the latest and greatest in New England cuisine? Look no further than PARK, right in the middle of Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts! Relatively new on the scene, PARK opened its doors in the spring of 2012. Chef Mark Goldberg mixes French

Li Family of Mei Mei Street Kitchen

by Amy Harrington November 15th, 2012| Chef Interviews
If you are on the busy streets of Boston, Massachusetts, then be sure to stop at Mei Mei Street Kitchen for your next lunch.  Just look for the truck with brightly colored fish on it for delicious, creative Chinese-American cuisine. Mei Mei serves cuisine made from locally sourced,

Salvatore’s, Boston, MA

by Michele Pesula Kuegler July 30th, 2012| Restaurant News
If you're heading into Boston to dine, many people consider the option of Italian food in the North End.  While there are many, many fine restaurants from which to choose in that one neighborhood, there are other good destinations for Italian food elsewhere in the city.  One such place

Chef Lydia Shire

by Michele Pesula Kuegler May 7th, 2012| Chef Interviews
As our spring menu series draws near to its end, we arrive close to home.  This week, our first stop is in Boston.  Only an hour away from where I live, it is one of my favorite, local culinary destinations.  The array of foods available is just amazing.  One

Interview: Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro

by Michele Pesula Kuegler March 2nd, 2012| Chef Interviews
After enjoying a fine Sunday evening of fondue and dinner, I was interested to learn more about the Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro.  With its cozy dining and bar atmosphere, excellent service, and delicious food, it was certain to have owners that appreciate all aspects of a

Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, Boston, MA

by Michele Pesula Kuegler February 16th, 2012| Restaurant Reviews
Last Sunday I was invited to dine at Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro.  Bringing my husband as my dining companion, we headed to Boston on a cold and blustery February afternoon.  The warmth of the food, staff, and atmosphere definitely helped erase the memories of the cold outdoors.


Atlantic Fish Company, Boston, MA

by Michele Pesula Kuegler December 5th, 2011| Restaurant Reviews
Black Friday was an exciting day at our house but not because we were dashing to early morning (late night?) sales.  It was exciting because there were no sporting events, practices, or work meetings to attend.  As we knew all of this weeks in advance, we planned to take

Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer

by Michele Pesula Kuegler May 2nd, 2011| Restaurant News
This week many restaurants and bakeries in the Greater Boston area will be participating in 2011 Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer.  In partnership with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer has a sweet goal in mind: sell baked good with profits being given to breast cancer research.


Boston Olive Oil Company

by Michele Pesula Kuegler April 6th, 2011| Tasty Thoughts
A recent weekend was spent in Boston, celebrating my husband's birthday.  Although Boston is only an hour away from our home, it was quite delightful to have two whole days to explore different venues.  One of those venues was Newbury Street, which is home to numerous high-end shops, one

Avila, Boston, MA

by Michele Pesula Kuegler March 14th, 2011| Chef Interviews
Restaurant Week Boston is entering its second week, so it seems like the right time to feature another fine dining destination, Avila. This restaurant's menu features modern Mediterranean cuisine created by Executive Chef, Rodney Murillo.  I was able to speak with Chef Murillo to learn more about Avila.

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