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No Dinner Plans? Try Araki Japanese Restaurant

Located in Centreville, Araki Japanese Restaurant is a spacious, modern eatery specializing in sushi and authentic Japanese cuisine. The...

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Love Chocolate? Check Out Tipsy Chocolate Tours

Passionate, enthusiastic, and downright obsessed – words that any true chocolate lover will understand. They are also words that...

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Grab a Crowler at Remnant Brewing

Remnant Brewing opened as part of the ever-expanding Bow Market this summer, and it has quickly started raking in rave reviews from local...

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Find a New Read at Brattle Book Shop

You know that wonderful smell of old, well-loved books? Well they don’t get any older or more loved than at Brattle Book Shop. It is...

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Try the Latest Dessert Craze at I-CE-NY

I-CE-NY serves one of the year's hottest food trends: rolled ice cream. The concept is actually pretty simple. Here, employees stand over a metal plate kept at deep-freeze temperatures, and pour a thin layer of sugar-infused cream over its surface. They spend a few minutes kneading and spreading the instantly frozen cream until it emulsifies, and then they scrape it off the metal plate in...

I-CE-NY serves one of the year's hottest food trends: rolled ice cream. The concept is actually pretty simple. Here, employees stand...

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Play Some Music Every Night of the Week at Wally’s Café

Calling all musicians and fans of a good, old-fashioned jam session: If you haven’t played at Wally’s Café yet, you don’t know what you’re missing. Wally’s Café is open 365 days a year, and has been a Boston institution and musician training ground for over 70 years. They have an open door policy for all musicians and fans that love music, whether you...

Calling all musicians and fans of a good, old-fashioned jam session: If you haven’t played at Wally’s Café yet, you...

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Explore an Ever-Changing Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts

Since the original Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) opened on America’s 100th birthday (July 4, 1876), its collection has exploded to encompass nearly 100 times the initial lineup of 5,600 objects. Today, the collection includes almost 500,000 masterpieces in its recently renovated Huntington Avenue home. So it’s no wonder why the MFA attracts more than a million guests annually. If...

Since the original Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) opened on America’s 100th birthday (July 4, 1876), its collection has exploded to...

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