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Sunday, October 17, 2021

Lobster Rolls at The Green Dragon

I had no idea that one of Boston's oldest Irish bars would also serve one of the city's tastiest lobster rolls. A close friend and I recently tucked in to The Green Dragon for lunch, and were oh-so-pleasantly surprised by the food.

Tiny Tacos at Boston’s Bonfire

Last week, my dear friend The Cocktail Queen suggested we meet at Bonfire, a contemporary steakhouse with a Latin American twist in the heart of Boston. It had been ages since we caught up, so I was totally game. Bonfire is one of Todd English's restaurants, and I'd been wanting to try it. Here's a peek around the restaurant and a look at what we ate.

A Photo Tour of London’s King’s Road Market

Has The Mouse gone abroad? Hehe, not at all. You know how I love pictures—especially when they involve food. (Check out my photo tours of Boston's legendary Haymarket, Brooksby Farm in Peabody, Lyndell's Bakery, and...

Feasting on Cupcakes: A Photo Tour of Lyndell’s Bakery

One of my favorite things in the world is to get up early on a Saturday morning and go cupcake shopping. (I mean, what better way to start a day?) This means heading to Lyndell's...

McKinnon’s: A Carnivore’s Carnival

If you know me at all, you know one thing: I'm a huge carnivore. So is my husband, the Angry Chef. So is (understandably so) our beast, Dexter the Barking Sous Chef. So, it...

5 Spice Merchants To Try

Recently, The Angry Chef and I went on a spice hunt. We headed out to Penzey's Spices in the sleepy town of Arlington, MA. We've relied on them for spices—first by catalog, then online,...

Goody Glover’s: An Irish Pub in Boston’s North End

What's an Irish pub like Goody Glover's doing on the edge of Boston's Italian North End? Serving absolutely amazing drinks and fat, juicy burgers, that's what. After our adventure through Boston's Haymarket open air market...

A Photo Tour: Boston’s Legendary Haymarket

It's way too hot out. The Lady Otter and I are wading through a crowd, weaving under awnings and past overflowing stalls. It's like a cross between a narrow Tokyo market street and the New...

Fly Me to the Moon

Wait, I'll settle for 180 feet up. Seems like folks are always looking for new and unusual dining experiences. The Boston Globe ran an article today about Dinner in the Sky, a global dining concept...