“It started as a vision I had while listening to the song over and over again during the early stages of the quarantine.”
This will take you to the town wharf and with it, a whole lot of good stuff, including a breakwater that goes more than half a mile out into the ocean, various walkways and boardwalks with more views, several restaurants and food spots like the Lobster Hut and Cupcake Charlie’s.
The slightly quieter Braintree Square a short distance to the north is where you’ll find Kristin’s, and it often has much longer lines than the other places in town.
Sure, the Greater Boston area is a great place to be in October, but sometimes it’s nice to get out of town and experience what the rest of the region has to offer. Since there are so many options, the burning question is, where to go?
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.
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.
Of course, you could always just call a friend willing to drive your ass home, or get a hotel if you’re far enough away that a taxi won’t cut it, so just consider this one of those numbers to keep in your phone when all else fails.