Alcove Serves Upscale Fare Inspired by the New England Coast

Alcove, which opened about two months ago in Boston’s West End overlooking the harbor, is a modern neighborhood eatery serving up cuisine inspired by the New England farm coast. The menu includes raw bar options, hand-sliced charcuterie and cheeseboards, Mediterranean-style snacks like marinated olives, and larger plates including grilled swordfish...

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Find Morning and Evening Libations at Jaho Coffee Roaster & Wine Bar

Back Bay residents are in for a treat. Jaho Coffee Roaster & Wine Bar just opened another cafe in the area, and it brings the same high class food, drinks, and ambiance as their other popular locations. The Back Bay spot might be the most stylish one yet, with plenty of...

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Explore Mediterranean Fare at Aceituna Grill

There’s a new fast casual option in the Financial District, and its savory blend of Mediterranean flavors will make it your new go-to spot. Aceituna Grill specializes in build-your-own rice plates, salads, and pita roll-ups topped with traditional shawarma meats and vegetarian falafel. Choose from a beef and lamb blend, or...

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Love Art Udon: An Alternative to Ramen

The owners of Love Art Udon came up with the concept of their restaurant in response to the popularity of ramen in Boston and around the country. Jessica Chiep and Ronald Liu, who also own Love Art Sushi, wanted to bring more attention to udon, hoping to make the comforting...

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Revisit Favorite Childhood Activities with Your Youngsters at LEGOLAND Discovery Center

Part theme park, part kids’ museum, LEGOLAND Discovery Center plays host to a variety of kid-friendly attractions. They all feature the colorful building blocks you remember from your own childhood, but reimagined in contemporary and creative ways. The Great Lego Race even incorporates virtual reality (VR) technology. Kids buckle up...

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Explore the City’s Best Breweries With Boston Brew Tours by City Brew Tours

Whether you have a celebratory occasion coming up, or simply want to break up the brutal Boston winter with a fun event, check out Boston Brew Tours by City Brew Tours. They have exclusive tours running seven days a week with access to local breweries, plenty of food, and best...

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Come to a Cooking Class at Selfup

You don’t have to be particularly skilled in the kitchen to enjoy a cooking class at Selfup. To the contrary, the classes cater to beginners. Long-time chefs lead the fun, informal cooking sessions, so they do most of the hard work for you. You just get to learn a few new...

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Treat Someone Special to a Meal at Del Friscos Double Eagle Steakhouse

Del Friscos Double Eagle Steakhouse, which just opened its newest location in the Back Bay neighborhood, is an upscale restaurant offering unique cuts of meat, seafood, and more than 12,500 bottles of wine. Menu options include a variety of meat ranging from prime ribeye and filet mignon to bone-in filet...

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Calling All History Buffs: Check Out the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

The Boston Tea Party was a turning point in the relationship between Great Britain and its then-colonies in North America. It was a major act of defiance, a peaceful protest against recently imposed tariffs. It set the stage for the Revolutionary War and the colonies’ eventual independence. Learn all about...

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Try Rolled Ice Cream at I-CE-NY Boston

Have you tried rolled ice cream? A thin layer of your favorite creamy confection is frozen on a sub-zero slab, and then shaved into beautiful rosettes and piled into a bowl. It’s a beautiful and new way to enjoy ice cream, and there is a new spot to get this...

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