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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...

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Find Mexican Fare in a Fun, Friendly Setting at Burro Bar South End

If you’re a fan of The Painted Burro but the idea of taking the Red Line all the way to Somerville makes you pause, there’s...

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Atlantic Fish Features Seafood at Brunch

Atlantic Fish proves that brunch is better with seafood. Its chef bucks brunch tradition and finds creative ways to incorporate fresh fish...

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Enjoy All-American Fare in a Tiki Bar Setting at Highland Fried

Highland Fried restaurant and tiki bar is just plain fun. Let’s start with their kitschy yet classic drinks: try a Mai Tai, Hot...

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Create Your Own Salad at minigrow

The newly opened minigrow is a great fast casual option if you’re looking for something quick and packed with veggie power. Choose from stir-fry or salads, each with a variety of fresh ingredients and sauces or dressings. There are a few suggested menu options, like the sesame garlic noodles with beef or Cobb salad with chicken, but the popular route is usually to create your own meal with...

The newly opened minigrow is a great fast casual option if you’re looking for something quick and packed with veggie power. Choose...

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Saltie Girl Elevates Tinned Seafood to Gourmet Status

No matter how you like your oysters—raw, tinned, or fried—Saltie Girl can oblige. It's helmed by a restaurateur who grew up on a boat, solidifying her obsession with seafood, and a chef who's worked in some of the top eateries in Boston and NYC. Together, the duo curates a unique list of specialty tinned seafood, fish-centric small and large plates, and other contemporary...

No matter how you like your oysters—raw, tinned, or fried—Saltie Girl can oblige. It's helmed by a restaurateur who grew up...

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Freshly Roasted Beans Result in Bold Cups of Coffee at Cafe Landwer

The earliest incarnation of Cafe Landwer opened in Berlin in 1919. Moshe Landwer debuted a quaint cafe that sat mere steps from the coffee roastery where he and his family prepared the beans that the ground and brewed in the coffeehouse. In an effort to carry on this Old World tradition, the Cafe Landwer that opened three months ago in Boston also promises freshly roasted beans. Come and grab a...

The earliest incarnation of Cafe Landwer opened in Berlin in 1919. Moshe Landwer debuted a quaint cafe that sat mere steps from the coffee...

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