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We come here all the time and we love it. The servers are friendly and efficient. The food is great. The cocktails are made perfectly. We love Tomahawk Tuesday and hope that they continue to offer it. We dine at Macy’s y steakhouses and Fleming’s is one of our favorites. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Came here with my girls' part of our girls' weekend. They have a 90s hip hop brunch every 1st Sunday of the month and found that to be a bit disappointing as it was just 90s tunes playing with no other themes adding to it (like hiphop themed drinks/food, outfits etc.). If they do ramp that up it would definitely be another star!. Other than that the service was great, albeit our food did take some time to come out, BUT when it did WOW WOW WOW so good! My Good Morning Pizza was so big that I had to take some with me even AFTER I shared with BOTH of my girls (they kindly provided a plastic bag for me to make a portable cooler- to keep it refrigerated until I got to a fridge- with the ice from the ice bucket that held our champagne for our mimosas, which were great too!) . The food I sampled off their plates, the S'mores French Toast and the Chicken and Waffle Sandwich were also heavenly! And the bill was not bad at all for ordering our food plus splitting a table mimosa (which came out to be about 2 mimosas per person for 3 people) - a little less than $30 per person. Overall if you could just be a little patient for the food , it's a great place to come and eat and drink while bopping to some 90s hiphop jams :) MoreOpenTable Diner -
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My husband and I had a lovely time at The Table at Season to Taste. The four-course tasting menu is very filling and reasonably priced, especially since service is included. We also highly recommend the wine pairing. Though it's not the most interesting or delectable tasting menu in Boston (see O ya for that), the food is very good and the atmosphere and service make the experience top notch. MoreOpenTable Diner -
This is a great place for sharing plates, in fact it’s encouraged but not required! We started with a stuffed artichoke which was tender and flavorful. Then moved onto the the cauliflower which is perfectly cooked and spiced in a most unusual way! For our larger plate we chose duck confit salad with a perfectly poached egg, another great combination! This is fast becoming one of my favorite places on Nantucket, healthy, creative and delicious fare! You must try it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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A polished-casual restaurant featuring the best of craft beer, wines, spirits and innovative dishes. Food prepared from a scratch kitchen, Craft Table & Bar is sure to please everyone in the group. East Boston has a seasonal outdoor patio which provides a nice spot to enjoy a leisurely weekend brunch or a romantic dinner under the stars. Our Worcester location is located in the bottom level of the historic Bancroft Hotel. As part of "The Grid District", the Woohaha stand-up and improv comedy club will also open in the bottom level and serve food and drinks from both Craft Table & Bar and Revolution Pie + Pint. More
Elm Street Taproom sits in the heart of Somerville’s Davis Square; we are walking distance of the Red Line, Somerville Theater, Tufts University, Davis Square Theater, The Rockwell and Porter Square.
This bar and restaurant blends the best of the modern craft beer movement with a familiar, vibrant, social atmosphere. A menu of small plates and shareable snacks incorporates locally sourced ingredients, with many vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options. Our friendly staff will make a memorable experience whether you join us for lunch, dinner or our highly anticipated weekend brunch.
We are the ideal location for hosting large groups or an intimate date night. Our bar offers a wide variety of craft beers from around the world, boasting 40 drafts, signature cocktails and a thoughtfully selected wine list.
Reservations are recommended; however, walk-ins are always welcome at this unique gathering space for locals and visitors alike.More
TABLE is the newest addition to the famous North End a.k.a. "Little Italy" of Boston. Unlike any other dining experience in the city or neighborhood, TABLE brings you a unique old-school dining adventure! A 40-seat, family-style restaurant, TABLE will open for two nightly seatings Tuesday thru Saturday. You'll enjoy multiple appetizers, entrees, pastas, desserts and more, including homemade focaccia and our cheese made in-house!
Eat the food. Pass the food. Love the food.
We will also SOON be open for Sunday brunch with a serve-yourself coffee and tea bar.
Come with your significant other, a group, or come alone. Either way, you'll make friends. We promise!More
At The Maple Kitchen, we're proud of everything our beautiful state has to offer. We do our best to give you a taste of Vermont's bounty with every sip and bite! From berries picked down the road by local growers to meats and cheese procured from the Green Mountain Smokehouse to spirits made from local distillers such as SILO Distillery, we are deeply connected to - and dependent upon- our local communities to bring our guests a true taste of Vermont. You won't have to look hard to spot Vermont ingredients - Cheddar cheese (always white, never yellow), maple syrup, local meats, apples, fennel, seasonal vegetables and more round out the items on the menu. We are glad to have you at our table!More
Beantown, dubbed for the baked beans that put the city on the map, is about far more than beans these days. Local restaurants channel the region’s farm-to-table traditions and celebrate the iconic seafood of New England’s coast—no trip to the region is complete without a proper lobster (pronounced “lob-stah,” steamed and served with butter and corn on-the-cob), freshly shucked oysters, fried clams—you name it. Hometown to a handful of internationally influential female restaurateurs and the inimitable legacy of Julia Child, who called Cambridge home, Boston will always be a city where liberal sensibilities meet a global approach, in politics and on the plate.