“Dress sporty,” my buddy recommended. He’s familiar with the gauntlet, having ventured there to shoot it out with coworkers a few weeks earlier.
"Tomato Fest is one of our favorite events because we are able to highlight the 20 different varieties of tomatoes we grow every year. The festival allows for our shoppers to sample an assortment of our fantastic heirlooms and taste the subtle differences between each of them."
Setups such as these also tend to indicate that dining might be taking a backseat to drinking, but this spot does seem to put a little more emphasis on food, so the atmosphere leans just a touch more toward subdued than rowdy.
By now, you’re probably pretty tired, but you’ll need a second wind because the hike from Route 28 up to Buck Hill is a bear of a climb, though it is so worth it once you emerge from the woods and realize that you have a nearly 360 degree view
The original Thompson Island hike, which included Thompson Island itself, was something I’ll never forget for several reasons, but this perfectly legal walk includes mostly similar sights and may also give you a bit of cachet, since saying that you walked across Boston Harbor sounds like the stuff of legend.
This generic retail space just off Route 3 is actually home to a sleek new(ish) restaurant called Precinct 10 that wouldn’t be all that out of place in downtown Boston and is run by a group that also operates a few highly rated dining and drinking spots south of the city.
Walking down to the dock brought us to extraordinary views of the harbor and the islands, and since it was around 7:30 pm, a sunset over the water that made our knees weak.
Gioscia’s latest project is Plymouth Rocks, a startup film and music blowout that is currently slated for Oct 26 and 27. With a fundraiser for the festival coming up this Friday, April 6, at the Memorial Blue Room in Plymouth, we asked the organizer about his team’s vision for this expedition.
There was nothing to do and nothing happening, so I started a band and people came out and supported us. The suburbs is a great opportunity for art and music because there is nothing to do, and if you do something there people will be interested and come out.
Five snowshoe hikes and walks inside Route 128