Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Good eats in Boston

JM Curley's is my new favorite restaurant near the Park Street T stop if you're not dressed for something fancy.  Loud, wonderful beer menu, and not too expensive.

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Deviled eggs

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The much-lauded burger.  And yes, it tasted as good as it looked.

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Fried pickles

I feel so lucky that Flour Bakery is right down the street...

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Craquelin

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And a chai, of course

Cafe Luna - a perennial favorite

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Sausage biscuit with egg, and the lobster and avocado eggs benedict

Friendly Toast - annoying hipster waiters, no reservations, and it takes for-ever.  But!  Great decor, and so many options!

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The Pinky - a black and white frappe with raspberries.

2 comments:

searchingforhome said...

My mouth is watering..... I miss my chais!

Bridget said...

Never you fear, I'm sure there will be plenty of chai while you're here in Boston! :)

(Is that not a thing in Paris? I mean, there are obviously other delicious things in Paris, but do they not have chai at coffee shops?)