Browsing the "Boston" Category

Casa Romero: Mexican Cuisine in Boston, MA

On our first night in Boston, we decided to go to Casa Romero in the Back Bay area. We heard they had some great authentic Mexican food. It took us a while to find this place because it was hidden [...]

June 20, 2012 Back Bay, Mexican, Three Beakers

Mike’s Pastry: Holy Cannoli in Boston, MA

Mike’s Pastry is very famous and popular amongst tourists. I’m not exactly sure why it’s so famous, but there were tons of people lining up to get a taste of their pastries. CanuckGirl and I decided to come here for [...]

June 19, 2012 Bakery, Italian, North End, Three Beakers

Parish Cafe: Sandwiches by Famous Local Chefs in Boston, MA

CanuckGirl and I were looking for a place close to our hotel for dinner. After surfing on Urbanspoon, we decided to go to Parish Cafe. It was created by Gordon Wilcox and he had a simple concept. He approached all [...]

June 18, 2012 American, Back Bay, Sandwich, Three Beakers

Neptune Oysters: A Must Visit For Seafood in Boston, MA

Neptune Oysters is the place to go for Oysters and seafood when you are visiting Boston. Usually tourists go to the Union Oyster House for seafood, as it is the oldest restaurant in America. We chose Neptune Oyster House because [...]

June 17, 2012 Four Beakers, North End, Sandwich, Seafood

Regina Pizzeria: Boston’s Brick Oven Pizza

Regina Pizzaria is Boston’s original brick oven pizza. It’s been around in 1926, so they have a long history of serving delicious pizza. Of all their locations, I think this is one of their better ones. I guess you can’t [...]

June 16, 2012 Four Beakers, Italian, North End

Cheers Pub: The Two Pubs in Boston, MA

When visiting Boston, I knew I had to check out the Cheers Pub that was made popular by the TV show Cheers. I knew it was the ultimate tourist trap, so we decided not to get any food or drinks [...]

June 13, 2012 Beacon Hill, Faneuil Hall, Food for Thought

Mr. Bartley’s Gourmet Burgers: Patties The Size of Baseballs in Boston, MA

Mr. Bartley’s began in 1960’s across the Harvard courtyard serving up delicious burgers. Since then it has become a Harvard Square institution attracting visitors from around the world. They have won several awards and have been featured in various publications. [...]

June 12, 2012 American, Harvard Square, Sandwich, Three Beakers

Au Bon Pain: It Came From Boston, Not Paris

Au Bon Pain is a chain of cafes that originated in Boston. The cafe can be found all around the world from Taiwan to Kuwait with over 250 locations. The idea came about at Faneuil Hall Marketplace in 1978, where [...]

June 11, 2012 Back Bay, Cafe, Two Beakers

Boston & Maine Fish Company: Lobsters at Quincy Market

Quincy Market is an awesome place to check out when you are in Boston. It’s located in the Downtown area and is a few minutes from the center of Downtown. It has lots of stores and it’s a great place [...]

June 8, 2012 Faneuil Hall, Seafood, Three Beakers