Not really a speakeasy, but a great neighborhood bar
Boston’s Villa México and why hospitality still matters
While there are other clay pot spots in Chinatown, the Ga Ga guys have serious clay game and really wowed in this department as each spoonful upon spoonful scraped up edging as perfectly crunchy as a Waffle House hash brown.
Instead of trying to get ripped next year, we have some far more sensible ideas for how to improve our city, selves, and community while having loads of fun.
Last year, we ran with some specific dishes and dining/drinking spots, and this year is no different, with an ambitious random sampling given below.
It’s much different than the gaudy waterside spots several blocks to the north or the jam-packed eating and drinking establishments a few blocks to the south.
“Elevated comfort food” and a killer beer list right off I-93
The Greek dining scene in the Boston area continues to be more focused on casual and inexpensive spots, unlike in New York where a lot of high-end Greek establishments can be found. Taking a cue from their other locations, the star of the show here is your classic cheap-eats item ...
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.