The local restaurant scene is hurting, but things are somewhat better as you get farther from Boston
When it comes to local dining spots, what you see is what you get for the foreseeable future.
Phase 3 will not only be longer than three weeks, but possibly a lot longer than three weeks, possibly extending into 2021, leaving those in Phase 4 in deep trouble for live music clubs.
Most of them seem to be well-known spots, household names that tend to be mentioned often in the media and at times in “best-of” lists.
It may surprise some that those who argue against restaurants and bars possibly opening in June include a number of folks who are actually in the restaurant industry, but concerns abound.
A sequel to the extremely popular “Safe Hikes To Take Around Boston During The Coronavirus Crisis” and “Even More Remote Spots Close To Boston For Socially Distant Hiking.”
Even if independent restaurants in the Boston area and elsewhere do receive loans from the government, it will still be a bumpy ride for many if not most.
A burned-out town in the middle of nowhere, beautiful conservation lands, and a piece of Watertown in … Weymouth?
We’ve been told over and over again over the past few weeks that if you’re going to get out for some exercise, it’s best to stay away from crowds of people as well as overflowing parking lots. This is good advice, as we are now in the heart of the pandemic and ...
The scores of temporary closings are likely hiding an ugly truth—that many of the places that are shuttered aren’t just closed for the time being.
There are a lot of quiet side streets where you can walk while keeping a safe distance away from others, or, if you’re a bit more adventurous, you can find some parklands that tend not to be very crowded.