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Beacon Hill Pub in Boston Has Closed; Exact Status of the Space Unknown

Beacon Hill Pub in Boston Has Closed; Exact Status of the Space Unknown

One of the last remaining dive bars in or near the downtown area of Boston has closed, and it is not known exactly what will open in its space. According to multiple posters on social media as well as a couple of sources–both of whom have connections to the local restaurant industry–the Beacon Hill Pub on Charles Street shut down last night, and while we are told that a new bar may be opening in the space, no specific information has been given as of yet. Universal Hub had reported in July that the Greater Boston Bar Co., which […]

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12 Restaurants Where You Can Get Food for a Dollar

12 restaurants where you can get food for a dollar

Two-for-a-dollar dumplings at Banyan Bar and Refuge. –Banyan Bar and Refuge Big-name fast food joints aren’t the only places that serve up dollar deals on food. These local restaurants match the price and up the fancy factor. Dumplings at Banyan Bar and Refuge At Banyan Bar and Refuge on Tremont Street in the South End, you can nab two dumplings for a dollar — daily, from 4 until 6 pm. The classic Asian offerings come stuffed with minced pork. (533 Tremont St., Boston; banyanboston.com ) Tacos at Bodega Canal Near the Boston Garden, grab dollar minced beef tacos — […]

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Boston Market: BOGO Meal Coupon Valid Thursday

Boston Market: BOGO meal coupon valid Thursday

Boston Market (Photo courtesy Boston Market) Boston Market has a new coupon available for a free individual meal when you buy an individual meal and a drink today, Sept. 27! This offer is valid at participating locations. One per person per visit. Not valid with any other offers. There is an additional charge for seasonal and premium sides. Print the coupon and see additional details on their website.

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Brussels Sprouts: Where To Get The Season’s Best Veggie In Boston

Brussels Sprouts: Where To Get The Season’s Best Veggie In Boston

Now that we’re nearly a week into fall, brace yourself for pumpkin spice everything — lattes, ice cream, waffles, and more — pretty much everything and anything you can imagine. But sometimes we forget, pumpkin isn’t the only produce that harvests in the fall. Personally, Brussels sprouts are my thing, and I’ve been on a campaign for years to get this veggie the recognition it deserves, especially in the fall. Here I’ve rounded up some of my favorite spots in the city to enjoy this season’s best vegetable. Roasted or fried, sweet or salty, we’ve got Brussels sprouts for […]

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Vasant Jinwala: From First Indian Grocery Store in Boston to Serving Shishu Bharati for 40 Years

Vasant Jinwala: From First Indian Grocery Store in Boston to Serving Shishu Bharati for 40 Years

Vasant Jinwala LEXINGTON, MA—Meet Vasant Jinwala, the co-owner of the first Indian grocery store in Boston: India Tea & Spices. Moreover, he has been an early supporter of Shishu Bharati, serving the non-profit organization for about 40 years as director, secretary and now it’s current treasurer. On Oct. 26, Mr. Jinwala will be honored with the New England Choice Award 20 18 for the Community Service at the annual awards gala at Westin Hotel in Waltham, MA which will be attended by about 400 community leaders, businessmen, professionals, academics and philanthropists. New England Choice Awards gala is organized by […]

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13 New England Food Festivals to Check Out This Fall

13 New England food festivals to check out this fall

The Big E Grilled Cheese. –ESE Marketing Department ‘Tis the season for hooded jackets, warm cider doughnuts, and calendars filling up with some of New England’s tastiest festivals. Whether you’re in search of lobster smorgasbords or oyster shucking fests, our foliage-filled neck of the woods delivers. Here are 13 food festivals that promise no shortage of decadent bites and sips. Salem Food Truck Festival Prefer your festival on wheels? More than 45 food trucks will park in downtown Salem for the third annual Salem Food Truck Festival. Stop by Chubby Chickpea, Boston Burger, Oath Pizza, Cookie Monstah, and other […]

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Check Out The Menu For Rewild, Quincy’s Upcoming Vegan Beer Hall

Check out the Menu for Rewild, Quincy’s Upcoming Vegan Beer Hall

Rewild Plant Food + Drink debuts in October with daily café and dinner service, and tons of beer every weekend. An Impossible burger and fries at Rewild Plant Food + Drink, opening in Quincy in October / Photos provided by Rewild Hearty bratwurst and molten beer cheese might come to mind as quintessential beer hall fare, but a new spot in Quincy is rooting itself in lighter forms of brewpub cuisine. Rewild Plant Food + Drink opens Saturday, Oct. 6, billing itself as the country’s first German-style beer hall and café with a fully vegan menu. Rewild is the […]

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First Feast of San Gennaro in Boston’s North End Features Classy Entertainment and Italian Food (Photos)

First Feast of San Gennaro in Boston’s North End Features Classy Entertainment and Italian Food (Photos)

Share this… Italian feast food and entertainment headlined the first annual Feast of San Gennaro on Hanover Street in Boston’s North End on September 21 through 23, 2018. A newly created statue of Saint Gennaro by the sculptor Ettore Marinelli was revealed just weeks after it was blessed by Pope Francis in person at the Vatican. With near perfect September weather, crowds came out for three nights of outdoor dining and high-end entertainment including The Midtown Men , Sal “The Voice” Valentinetti , the New York Bee Gees, Tenor Giovanni Formisano and local favorites Vanessa Salvucci and Vinyl Groove. […]

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Blind Tasting and Trivia

Blind Tasting and Trivia

When: 9:00p Where: Taste Bar Boston 101 Summer Street Boston, MA 02110 Admission: $30 Categories: Alcohol, Date Idea, Food, Nightlife Taste Bar Boston, located in the Financial District near Downtown Crossing, hosts Blind Tasting and Trivia every Tuesday evening from 7-9pm. Each week centers around a different wine theme, ranging from grape varietals to geographic regions. Questions are centered around food, wine, and pop culture. Tastings are included in the $30 ticket, along with a small plate. The venue is cozy with urban minimalist decor and has an extensive wine list. There is also a dinner menu available, made […]

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Dunkin’ Is Officially Dropping ‘Donuts’ From Its Name

Dunkin’ Is Officially Dropping ‘Donuts’ From Its Name

It’s just Dunkin’. Canton-based Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc. said Tuesday that its flagship Dunkin’ Donuts chain will drop “Donuts” from the name Jan. 1. The change has been brewing for a while. Dunkin’ began testing the shorter name at a Quincy location eight months ago, and the company now says its focus is on “serving great coffee fast.” “Our new branding is one of many things we are doing as part of our blueprint for growth to modernize the Dunkin’ experience for our customers,” Dunkin’ Brands Chief Executive David Hoffmann said in a statement. Dunkin’ restaurants will continue to […]

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