Accolades

  • Boston’s Best Pre-Theater Dinner
    Improper Bostonian
  • Award of Excellence
    Wine Spectator
  • Three Stars
    The Boston Phoenix

My Restaurants

Where I Eat

Behind the Scenes

Sizzling flounder house special
"The flounder is cut up and the fillet sections are stir-fried with vegetables like pea greens, and then the tail and head portions are fried to ultra-crisp perfection. First, the fried parts are plated, followed by the stir-fried portion topped in the center of the dish."
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Burnt caramel ice cream
"If you desire good ice cream, Toscanini’s in Central Square is the place to be. I like the salted caramel with its nice butterscotch flavor and the interesting twist of salty and sweet. It’s irresistible."
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Fried chicken
"This take-out is affordable and tastes like it was made by a grandmother from the Deep South. The chicken thighs are juicy and the batter is ultra-crispy and well-seasoned with a hint of brown butter. And the sides are all made from scratch."
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Mini red velvet whoopie pies
"I‘ve always been a fan of freshly-made whoopie pies, and my favorite is from a place in Portland, Maine. I could only really enjoy a good whoopie pie when I went to Portland, until Area Four opened. Their pies are great and come in a mini red velvet version."
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Pork sopressata pizza
"I love pizza, and Posto delivers. I enjoy the pizza with sopressata, a spicy pork sausage, that's also topped with peppers and house-made mozzarella made from cow’s milk."
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Raw bar
"They have one of the better selections of oysters and wines by the glass in Boston. I recommend going before dinner on a late afternoon to get a seat at the bar and try a variety of West and East Coast oysters."