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Quincy Market Food Crawl: Tasty Treats in a Tourist Trap

Where to eat lunch at Quincy Market, if you must Welcome back to Food Crawls, a series in which Eater Boston staffers guide you (virtually) on various food crawls in the Boston area. When we go out, we often find ourselves wanting to...Show More Summary

The Critics Ate Squid Ink Pasta and Excessive Amounts of Ramen

At Prairie Fire and Ruckus Wood-Fired Glory The Improper Bostonian’s MC Slim JB pays a visit to Prairie Fire in Brookline. Pizza alone is “a fine reason to visit,” he writes, adding that the Margherita version “would do a NeapolitanShow More Summary

Shan-A-Punjab Reopens Across the Road in Brookline

In the old Rubin’s Kosher Delicatessen space An Indian restaurant in Brookline underwent a small relocation and has officially reopened in its new home. Shan-A-Punjab picked up its business from 455 Harvard St. and plopped it down on...Show More Summary

City Winery Is Finally Open in Boston

There will be live music, wine, and so many events After years of rumored expansion plans, almost two years of actual plans, and several months of delays, City Winery has officially arrived in Boston. The combination winery, music venue, and restaurant debuted on Monday, November 20, at 1 Canal St., close to TD Garden. Show More Summary

Plan Your Thanksgiving Day Weekend! Nov 24 – 26

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Sometimes It Really Is That Good

As I settled down on the couch with my husband, our kids sleeping peacefully upstairs, all of us worn out from another amazing weekend of family time and house projects, the intrusive thoughts began to flood in. It happens to me when things get quiet. Show More Summary

Holiday Activities :: Visit “USA Christmas Town” for the Brockton Holiday Parade!

For 364 days a year, Brockton, Massachusetts, is known as the City of Champions. On the last Saturday in November, though, Brockton transforms into a far more magical place — USA Christmas Town awaits! James Edgar, a Brockton department...Show More Summary

Edit Your Life Episode 103: Dreaming Big + Making Change

So we were planning on taking a break this week but then an amazing interview opportunity came our way, so welcome to our first ever bonus episode! In Episode 103 of Edit Your Life, I interview Kentucky Congressional candidate Amy McGrath. Show More Summary

Advocating For Your Kid's Allergy Needs

Here we are, the week of the Holiday of Nut Pies. I didn’t plan the timing this way, but I am so glad it worked out! In this week’s Facebook Live broadcast I welcomed two awesome guests—Roxanna Sarmiento and Christy Matte—to talk about advocating for your kid’s allergy needs (though we also talked about late-onset adult allergies). Show More Summary

Where to Eat Doughnuts in and Around Boston

Greater Boston’s perfect dozen This just in: Doughnuts are good. Fortunately for Bostonians, the city and its neighboring ‘hoods are dotted with a flight of quality doughnut shops. (Maybe you’ve heard of a little gourmet coffee shop called Dunkin’ Donuts? Just kidding. Show More Summary

Assembly Row Is Now Home to a Gyro Place

Zo opened for lunch last week A restaurant serving Greek cuisine opens today for its first full week in operation at Assembly Row. Zo debuted for lunch last week, serving up its menu of gyros, pitas, and more, and now it’s open for its...Show More Summary

Bodega Canal Opens Near TD Garden With Buttered Lobster Tacos and Queso Fundido

From the same team behind Ward 8 and North Square Oyster Boston’s West End gets another new restaurant today with the opening of Bodega Canal (57 Canal St.), which has a menu of Mexican-inspired dishes. Located in the former Grand Canal...Show More Summary

Flatbread Company Brighton Joins Boston’s Growing Bowling Scene With Pizza and Local Beers

Don’t forget to wear socks Bowling is having a moment in Boston. A new location of Kings just debuted in the Seaport District a few weeks ago, complete with giant neon cocktails and a variety of games in addition to bowling (hello, foosball.)...Show More Summary

Holidays Are Better With Kids

It’s no surprise that having kids throws wrenches into how you live your life. Sometimes they are wonderful wrenches, though. Here are a few holidays that are so much better now that I have kids.  New Year’s Eve With kids, you finally have an excuse to celebrate early and get to bed by 10 p.m. […] The post Holidays Are Better With Kids appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

Steel Beams and Sippy Cups :: Surviving a Renovation With Kids

“Honey, where’s the sponge?” “I think I saw it under the paintbrush!” “The paintbrush the baby was walking around with? Um, OK. And the coffee filters?” “Check between the washer and dryer. They might have fallen there. But more importantly, have you seen the girls’ shoes?” “Nothing’s more important than coffee. Show More Summary

Thanksgiving Week + Weekend Roundup

I'm really looking forward to some cozy, quiet time later this week and I hope you are as well! If you're looking for something to do this holiday week and weekend, enjoy this mega-roundup! Monday November 20: Attend the trellis lighting...Show More Summary

Edit Your Life Episode 102: Editing In Gratitude

High fives to our episode sponsor ChopChop! ChopChop is an award-winning cooking magazine designed to inspire and teach children and families to cook and eat real food together. For a limited time, order a 1-year subscription and get a ChopChop apron, for just $35! Practicing gratitude is one of the most reliable happiness habits. Show More Summary

Top Stories of the Week: Nitro Cold Brew Martinis on Draft; Decent Airport Meals; More

Miss any important news? Catch up with this weekly archive of Eater Boston's most-read stories Citrus & Salt Opens Soon, and There Will Be Dole Whips: The Back Bay Harry’s replacement is almost ready. Here’s a peek inside. The Broadway Opens in South Boston With Nitro Cold Brew Martinis and Wood-Fired Pizza: Boston Beer Garden has been reborn. Show More Summary

Emerald Lounge Will Close This December

The Revere Hotel Boston Common’s nightclub will throw one final party on December 2 Please don’t stop the music; the music always stops. Emerald Lounge will close this December, reports Boston Restaurant Talk. The space — which functions...Show More Summary

Malden Center Is Getting a Mexican Restaurant

3 Amigos set to fill space left vacant when Fuloon shuttered in August Malden Center is getting a new Mexican restaurant, reports Boston Restaurant Talk; Malden Licensing Board meeting minutes confirm the news. 3 Amigos plans to open...Show More Summary

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