A little cafe that features a big (and hard-to-find) sandwich
A laid-back neighborhood spot that gets little notice beyond JP
Well, it’s none of these, really, instead being a good, solid, midlevel place that oozes charm inside, with lots of dark woods, a bar that looks like it has seen its share of history, a small stage in the back that is integrated nicely with the rest of the space, and a hidden side patio that is accessed by a door beyond the bar.
Quincy spot has the best cold treat you’ve tried all summer
DELICIOUS (TASTE OF SOMERVILLE: THE INTERVIEWS)
Which patios and decks are good to hit? Well, all of them, really, but a handful of lesser-known ones are below, plus a few relatively popular spots that have patios literally hidden from view.
We do it for the people. And the tips, but mainly the people.
Louis DiBiccari on drafting all-star teams of Boston’s most inventive chefs, artists, and bartenders
Many of the dishes offered at Massimo’s come from family recipes from the old country.
Eataly Boston is ultimately a new and unique-feeling space, however, and is set up in such a way that customers can go from one area to another within the shop without getting lost or overly confused.