Matt Karolian couldn't help but be drawn in this morning to one of the specials at Little Dipper in JP - which is already heavily astrothemed. But shouldn't the hole have been chocolate?
Boston Restaurant Talk reports on possible plans for the Green Street spot where La Rana Rossa used to be.
Boston Restaurant Talk reports Friendly Toast is looking to move into the Beacon Street space vacated by Yasu.
The Boston Licensing Board yesterday gave @Union on Harvard Ave. permission to add cordials to its beer and wine offerings and extend its closing time from 10 p.m. to midnight. Read more.
The Friendly Toast, which has an outlet in Kendall Square, wants to move into space being vacated by a Mexican restaurant at 76 Stanhope St. Read more.
The owner of Tres Gatos is buying the Centre Street Cafe and plans some renovations and menu changes before it re-opens this fall, under the same name.
David Doyle told the Boston Licensing Board this morning that he's working on an Italian dinner menu with a Mediterranean-influenced lunch menu as well, featuring such things as homemade pastas. However, he said he is planning no changes to the weekend brunch menu, which has long had patrons lining up on Centre Street.
Doyle is buying the restaurant from Felicia Sanchez.
Molly K. asks for alternatives to the Coolidge Corner eatery.
Jackie Ellis asks.
Meesh says give it up for the Mission on Huntington Avenue.
C'mon up, Shannon Igoe of Image Unlimited Communications, Ltd., for the following line in a press release about dim-summish roving cocktail carts during Sunday brunch at Burton's Grill:
"No Sir! ... the bar comes to me you say?!" ... "Oh you betchya' Mr. hypothetical dialog guy in the middle of my press release..."
... I've yet to meet a Craigie sausage that I haven't loved so I ordered, "Craigie Dimanche Sausages, Buttermilk Biscuit and Gravy with farm fresh egg." It was full of flavor with a great biscuit. Next time I'll ask for even more gravy. ...
... I had the Brioche French Toast with blueberries and added a side of crispy bacon. While it sounds as if it could be a heavy version of the classic dish, it was quite the opposite. This French Toast almost floated off the plate. ...
Cheap Mexican food is easy to find, but cheap sit-down Mexican is not so forthcoming. Luckily, Fajitas & 'Ritas in Downtown Crossing offers south-of-the-border eats with less cafeteria-style ambiance. Whether you're looking for appetizers and pitchers of margaritas or a full meal, there's plenty on the menu that will satisfy. ...
Geoffrey's Cafe on Washington Street opened for brunch yesterday (the Rosi-Kessels were the very first customers), so we made a point of heading down to the Square this morning.
Good food and so, so different from what long-time Rozzie residents could expect from breakfast at the old Roslindale standby - the Blue Star on Corinth. And yes, it's the same Geoffrey's that used to be in the South End and Back Bay.
Third Decade liked the jazz and crowd at Lucky's Lounge in Fort Point, but says poor service and food more than cancelled that out.
Lynne says Dante in Cambridge offers good Mediterranean food to go with some great views.
Jen Langley says El Pelon in the Fenway has the best tacos I've ever had.
Boston Restaurant Talk: Decent Boneless Buffalo Wings at Donohue's in Watertown
Dave Alpert says The Grill in Brockton (yes) has the best ribs in the Boston area.
If you want your basic all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch buffet, just stay away from the Olde Irish Alehouse. For $5 more per person and five minutes more on the road, you can get to Picadilly Pub, which has way, way, way more selections, French toast that is actually warm and decent service.
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