Boston Blue Grass Brunch at Loretta’s Last Call

Lorettas Blue Grass Brunch Bacon Jam Dumplings

The Blue Grass Brunch at Loretta’s Last Call on Lansdowne Street in Boston’s Fenway Park area, is the Boston blue grass brunch I have been looking for since news of the closing of two of my favorite brunches, The Blue Continue reading

Sangria Restaurant & Tapas, Newton, MA

Steak topped with ham & fried egg at Sangria restaurant & tapas

Last month, Sangria Restaurant & Tapas opened around the corner from us in Newton, MA. ┬áThis is co-owner Marlon Cardona’s first adventure in restaurant ownership after a long career of working in (mostly Italian) restaurants. We went during their grand Continue reading

Travel in New England: 2015’s New England Road Trips, Day Trips, Outings and Festival Plans

Travel in New England

One of my favorite things about living in New England is the seasons…yes, even winter. Every season is a new opportunity to explore a different part of New England, which ultimately led to my Travel in New England series. This Continue reading

Boston Readers: Win $50 to try Grub Hub for Free!


By now, you just may be sick of cooking and eating your Thanksgiving leftovers. Well lucky for you, in the past year, quite a few companies have popped up to help us have our favorite restaurants deliver us our favorite Continue reading

Del Frisco’s Grille Menu Semi-Secret Item – The Triple Treat

Del Friscos Burlington Triple Treat 2

Before last week, I was only familiar with Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse. The upscale steakhouse chain is well-known, upscale, and always on-point. And then I discovered the “other” Del Frisco’s concept, Del Frisco’s Grille. This more family friendly concept Continue reading

Brunch in Inman Square, Cambridge: Puritan & Co.

Wagyu steak and eggs from Puritan & Co in Inman Square, Cambridge

Sunday’s with the Boston Brunchers are always something to look forward to. I get to see bloggers I haven’t seen in a while, meet new bloggers, and enjoy some absolutely delicious brunches. This past Sunday, we had the pleasure of Continue reading

Afternoon Tea at the Boston Public Library

HIgh tea at the Boston Public Library

When I have taken a hiatus from blogging, I always wonder if I should start a post with what has been happening in my life. The short answer, summer, fun stuff, sick a couple of times, vacation, and more fun. Continue reading

Spring Lunch Menu at Lydia Shire’s Scampo

A few weeks ago I received an invitation to come in and sample Scampo’s Spring Lunch Menu. I was thrilled for a number of reasons, the least being it is a 5 minute walk from work, the most being…well, its Continue reading

Habit-worthy baked goods from Swissbakers in Allston

Once upon a time, there was a mom named Helene who was a pretty darn good baker. The word got out about Helene’s fresh-baked Swiss breads, pretzel rolls and pastry. Fast forward through many farmers’ markets, a 400 square foot Continue reading