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Want to play a game? At a North End bar, 20 cocktails stand between you and victory.

Want to play a game? At a North End bar, 20 cocktails stand between you and victory.

Customers at the bar chat at Parla in the North End. We shed our coats inside the tiny, dimly lit North End restaurant, placed Dungeon Master cards on the table in front of us, and waited for someone to come by to take our order. “Are you rolling?” asked our server at Parla , and all but one of us nodded. He disappeared behind the bar and came back with a large tin cup and a 20-sided die. “Who’s first?” I have never played a game of Dungeons & Dragons, have never once been invited to a D&D party. […]

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Eat Sacrilicious Is Boston’s High-End Cannabis Dinner Series

Eat Sacrilicious Is Boston’s High-End Cannabis Dinner Series

Restaurant News Top Chef semi-finalist Joe Sasto is cooking with weed for the pop-up’s first chef-collaboration this weekend. Eat Sacrilicious cofounders Sam Kanter, Sean Curley, and David Yusefzadeh greet guests at a past Sacrilicious cannabis dinner. / Matt McLaughlin Photography Attention, any Top Chef fans who were disappointed that last year’s Colorado season didn’t feature an edibles challenge. Season 15 top-three finalist Joe Sasto is making up for it in Boston this Friday, Dec. 7, with a decadent, cannabis-infused, multi-course dinner. Sasto—aka Mustache Joe from the Colorado season—is collaborating with Boston cannabis-culinary pop-up Eat Sacrilicious on the one-night-only meal, […]

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Two Quintessential Boston Bars Have Closed Temporarily

Two quintessential Boston bars have closed temporarily

The Tam, located at 222 Tremont St. in the city’s Theatre District, has closed temporarily. A pair of quintessential Boston bars have been closed temporarily, according to the investment group behind the establishments. The Tam, located at 222 Tremont St. in the city’s Theatre District and Sullivan’s Tap, located at 168 Canal St. in the city’s West End, have been shuttered for the time being, but the plan is to re-open both bars “as soon as possible,” confirmed Julius Sokol, a representative of Greater Boston Bar Co., in an e-mail. “We are near the finish line and beyond excited […]

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The Tam Appears to Have Closed — But Only Temporarily

The Tam appears to have closed — but only temporarily

–Scott Olson/Getty Images On Sunday afternoon, the Tam — a storied dive in Boston’s Theater District — posted a tender farewell on its Facebook page, a goodbye note that seemed to indicate that the Tam was closing up shop. “Well the day has come. Tam as we have known and loved is gone,” the post reads. “I will so miss the wonderful people I’ve met, worked with and fell in love with. All the great students and their families. I will miss you all. I hope to see everyone again, you’re a major part of my life. Thanks again. […]

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A Meat-Heavy Poutine Restaurant is Going Vegetarian with Its Second Location

A meat-heavy poutine restaurant is going vegetarian with its second location

Saus opened at Bow Market with a vegetarian spin on its original concept. –Saus Bow Market now has its first vegetarian tenant with the opening of Saus , a poutine shop that made its name serving fried chicken sandwiches and fries covered in pork belly at its original location on Boston’s Union Street. Pork belly poutine is a far cry from vegetarian fare, but Saus’s new location, which has been in soft open since Nov. 29, is decidedly meat-free. It’s a move that co-owner Tanya Walker said was a result of a change in lifestyle by herself and the […]

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DoubleTree by Hilton in Boston Integrates Fire Audio Solution from Advanced Fire Systems

DoubleTree by Hilton in Boston integrates fire audio solution from Advanced Fire Systems

One of the world’s most famous hotel-chains, DoubleTree by Hilton, part of Hilton Worldwide, has selected a high-performance fire system from Advanced Fire Systems Inc. at their eight-storey, 366 room hotel in Boston, Massachusetts. The challenge was to replace an existing system, integrate speakers to all guest rooms and ensure that all audio messages and strobes were fully synchronised across the hotel, in the event of a fire situation, without the need for costly re-wiring. Advanced audio system The Axis AX system was the preferred choice of the client too thanks to its voice communication system, coupled with PerfectSync” […]

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Navy Yard Bistro in Charlestown Is Losing Its Home

Navy Yard Bistro in Charlestown Is Losing Its Home

One of the great restaurant spaces in Boston could be without a restaurant by next year. According to a source, Navy Yard Bistro in Charlestown is losing its home and is expected to close by late August of 2019, with a message from the dining spot confirming this, saying that the lease is going to be up and they will not be able to renew it. The message indicates that they are currently looking at new spaces for the restaurant, while our source indicates that their current space might end up being used for something other than dining–though this […]

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Luxuriate with a Caviar-Drenched Luke’s Lobster Roll in the Back Bay

Luxuriate with a Caviar-Drenched Luke’s Lobster Roll in the Back Bay

Restaurant News The (affordable!) Petrossian Caviar add-on is on the menu through the end of the year. Luke’s Lobster roll with Petrossian Caviar. / Photo provided An indulgent holiday-season lunch doesn’t have to mean several courses (and glasses of wine), over a couple of hours, inside a decked-out dining room: counter-service seafood shack Luke’s Lobster in the Back Bay proves that with an affordable Petrossian Caviar add-on to its popular, $16 lobster roll. For $50, the lobster roll comes with a 20-gram tin of of Petrossian’s classic Baika caviar—enough to top the roll, and to dip into with the […]

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A Christmas Themed Bar Is Opening In Boston Again This Year

A Christmas Themed Bar Is Opening In Boston Again This Year

According to Boston.com , the lobby at the Kimpton Marlowe Hotel in Cambridge has transformed into a magical Christmas wonderland again this year. There are candy cane ornaments hanging from the ceiling, Christmas carols playing in the background, and a bar menu with holiday-inspired cocktails. the Christmapolitan and the Snowball Old Fashioned are a few reruns from last year’s menu. I think they should add a Joyful Julep and a Merry Mimosa but those are just my suggestions. The staff rocks their favorite ugly Christmas sweaters and look forward to this time of year as much as the guests […]

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HMSHost Opens Kelly’s Roast Beef at Boston Logan International Airport

HMSHost opens Kelly’s Roast Beef at Boston Logan International Airport

USA. HMSHost has partnered with Master ConcessionAir to open a Kelly’s Roast Beef at Boston Logan International Airport. The Terminal B outlet is part of the airport’s new dining programme, which aims to offer travellers local flavours. Kelly’s Roast Beef – the “creator of the original roast beef sandwich” – opens at Boston Logan International Airport. HMSHost Vice President of Business Development Anthony Alessi said: “With more than 60 years of tradition, Kelly’s Roast Beef is the ideal restaurant to share the culture of New England cuisine with airport passengers and HMSHost is proud to have Kelly’s as a […]

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