Chestertons Polo in the Park is an annual polo event at The Hurlingham Club. Compared to other polo events during the season, the dress code is ‘smart casual’ and if you’re there on Saturday, it’s quite a party. We lucked out this year with incredible sunshine and warm temperatures. Here are my photo highlights from the event.
Corporate dinners can often be heavy and unimaginative. Thankfully, this is not true when it comes to Baltic, a restaurant in Southwark specializing in the cuisines of Eastern and Central Europe.
While the restaurant offers 70+ different types of vodka, I played it safe and instead opted for a Spiced Pear Mojito, made from house infused Pear Vodka churned with fresh Lime, Mint, Cinnamon syrup, Pressed Apple Juice and Angostura bitters topped with soda water.
While I’m no stranger to Fenway Park, I was recently offered an amazing opportunity to join KIND for FenwaYoga, a charitable event hosted on the field with the goal of raising $100,0o0 for the Red Sox Foundation. Let’s just say that opportunities like this don’t come around often, so naturally I jumped at the chance!
I’m always excited when new restaurants open in Boston that bring a little something special to the table. Such is the case with Liquid Art House, which opens today at 100 Arlington Street in the Back Bay. Part restaurant and part art gallery with a stunning bar, I was thrilled to attend the sneak preview event with one of my favorite local bloggers, B Loved Boston. Here’s why!
With Mother Nature finally granting Boston some spring-like weather, it was a fantastic weekend to be out and about. Add in Bruins and Red Sox games, plus Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger and the city was positively bustling. From great runs and walks, to seeing friends and an out of town adventure, here’s how I spent my weekend.