Tag Archives: Boston

Food Truck Throwdown – Boston Alliance VS New York strEATs

Are food trucks the love child of “roach coaches” and “dirty water” dogs? Perhaps, since mobile food vending has a long history in the US starting with 17th century street food hawkers and continuing to the present with the recent explosion of food trucks. Evolving out of our burgeoning food culture – thank Julia for […]

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The 2013 Boston Wine Expo

With the dust settled (and the snow fallen, at least for the moment in Massachusetts), here is a recap of the 2013 Boston Wine Expo, including some of Glenn and my highlights.   Behind the Châteauneuf-du-Pape Tables   See you all at the 2014 Boston Wine Expo!          

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Sip Wine Bar & Kitchen – When is a Wine Bar a Wine Bar?

There is this notion that the creative culinary locus of Greater Boston has shifted from the city proper across the river to the Republic and environs – Camberville, if you will. Of course, there is much buzz in Boston with new restaurant openings; yet, as evidenced by the popularity of the Seaport district – overblown Italian […]

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Snapshot – Belly

This is the wine bar for which we’ve been waiting. At WineDineWithUs, we have a penchant for these establishments. A trend that frankly began awhile ago in San Fran, spread to The City but then stopped at the East River. The few wine bars that eventually opened in the Hub were pedestrian – so-so, ho-hum, lackluster. We […]

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How We Came to Choose ——- —— —– for a Mystery Meet

Katrin still doesn’t know how she got on the mailing list for the initial Mystery Meet in August 2010, but the idea intrigued her and she forwarded the email to me. Since we both have an interest in what is termed “alternate dining experiences”, the idea, hatched by the inimitable Seth Resler, intrigued us and we […]

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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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