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September 7th, 2010 - 8:05 am § in TRAVEL

Get Out While You Can: An Early Fall Getaway to Maine’s Hidden Gems

Full of good old-fashioned Yankee houses and fresh lobsters the size of a lap dog, there are few more appropriate places to close out the New England summer than Maine. Most New England beach towns are aflutter with tourist traps over the summer, but there are still hidden gems and treasures off the[...]

July 8th, 2010 - 7:48 am § in BOSTON, RECIPES

Sweatin’ in the City: How I’m Trying to Beat the Heat

Hot.  Sticky.  Humid.  Oppressive.  Unbearable.  Just a few words that I have been abusing this week.  In between sucking down water and fighting my urge to jump into the Charles River, here’s how I’ve been beating the heat this week: Sip: Coconut Water. Sweating depletes both sodi[...]

March 18th, 2010 - 10:54 am § in BOSTON, RESTAURANTS

Boston Cafe Etiquette – Sharing a Table with a Stranger

Only in the most dire of circumstances should you ask if you can share a table with a stranger. In other countries, it is completely common for others to take up empty seats at your table (even in a restaurant- it happened to me every day in India), often without even asking. But throughout the [&he[...]

February 21st, 2010 - 6:53 am § in BOSTON, RESTAURANTS

L.A. Burdick, L’Aroma Most Coveted Cafe Tables in Cambridge and Boston

Following a piece on the do’s and don’ts of snagging a table at a busy cafe, Boston-based food and travel writer Gabi Logan shares her picks for the most coveted cafe tables in the city. These locals are so popular both for their coffee and ambiance that tables open up rarely and disappe[...]

February 20th, 2010 - 8:20 am § in BOSTON, RESTAURANTS

Boston Cafe Etiquette – Grabbing that Free Table

In France, snubbing someone else out of the next free table is an art form. Here, it is likely to get your very icy glares and a hot drink that just happens to spill on you as your defeated competitor walks by. To succeed in the most dire of crowded cafe situations, try these techniques: […][...]