Tag Archives: Alternate Dining Experiences

He Said, She Said: Flavor-tripping at Mystery Meet 8

GLENN – The subtitle for this event could well be “The Physiology of Taste Upended.” The Taste Trip Party presented by Mystery Meet and Chef Eliana Hussain at the Cambridge School of Culinary Arts – my alma mater – on February 8 played with our perception of sweet and sour. We were given a small […]

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He Said, She Said – A Night at the Bloc 11 Pop-Up

GLENN – Like the weather, cultural – including culinary –  trends make their way from the Left Coast and eventually arrive in Boston. Originating out West and now happening  here  – such is the case with the pop-up restaurant, more flamboyantly known as Guerrilla Culinary. (There is an Internet rumor that the concept originated in Brooklyn – […]

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Mystery Meet 5 – Chris Douglass’ Moveable Feast – He Said, She Said and She Said

GLENN –With the second clue for Mystery Meet 5, I knew we’d be in the Ashmont neighborhood of Dorchester. Could it be one of Chris Douglass’ two establishments there? With clue #3, Douglass’ identity as the Mystery Meet chef was confirmed. “Fly too high” referenced Icarus, the fine dining establishment that Douglass ran and eventually […]

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Mystery Meet 4 – Dining in the Dark at The Hampshire House – He Said, She Said

By the time we’d purchased our tickets for MM4, we knew from clues posted at MysteryMeet.org where we’d be dining – The Hampshire House – but moreover, how we’d be dining – in the dark!

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Mystery Meet 3 – The Russell House Tavern – He Said, She Said

Glenn – My subtitle for this post would be “Cocktail Madness” or “The Tavern’s Mad Mixologist”; I’ll come back to this later. First, though, we had to ponder a bit whether or not we would attend this Mystery Meet. We had been to The Russell House Tavern before and weren’t planning on returning. On our first […]

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Mystery Meet at Myers + Chang – He Said, She Said

Katrin: Glenn and I had such a great time at the first Mystery Meet at Ten Tables that we were quite eager to attend the second one regardless of the location that Seth Resler had chosen.  Of course we were also excited to find out where it would be. Ten Tables would be difficult to […]

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Mystery Meet at Ten Tables – He Said, She Said

Glenn – What a concept! Combine social media and  networking with  foodies and end up with an event at a restaurant. I know that the success of the Korean taco trucks in L.A. is fueled by Twitter – but this is Boston and Mystery Meet is the new frontier in the internet food scene here. The premise […]

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