If you think Boston has enough liquor licenses, you must live in a neighborhood that has a bunch.
There does need to be some accountability when it comes to responsibly serving alcohol. But the real question is, “Who is being held responsible?” And, “Are they even the right individuals?”
Yoga and the restaurant industry go together like booze and the restaurant industry
Hurry up and apply for a spot on the Alcohol Task Force
Boston millennials take on our city’s biggest problems over s’mores
"In the traditional business model, people make bad decisions all the time and the workers pay for it. We want the people who actually make the decisions to get the good stuff and bad stuff from that.”
This is the sole definition of “martini”. A drink of any other ingredients that comes in a triangular-shaped glass with a stem does not, by virtue of its vessel, become a martini; a certain shaped glass does not a certain cocktail make.
“We are a society that wants perfect looking food,” Bezahler said. “Farmers are picking for consumers and we want perfect looking food.”
Experimental profit-sharing restaurant in Somerville hits milestone
Lindy West and quashing sexist slurs