Friday, June 8, 2012

Explore Boston through food this summer!

Boston is an interesting city anytime of the year.  In the summer however, it really livens up as farmer's markets, festivals and outdoor concerts celebrate the easy access and eager audiences that make up Boston's community.
When it comes to food-related events, there is no shortage of opportunities to explore what the city has to offer.  
 For one thing, many restaurants have the option of dining 'al fresco'...aka outdoors.  Stroll along Newbury street and stop by Joe's American Bar and Grill.  Their patio is covered, but on a warm day, everything (roof included) opens up:)
A suggestion: their deliciously simple, Black Skillet Mussels, part of their new lunch menu.

 As the weather warms, Food Trucks really add color and taste.  This Sunday, we kick off the much anticipated Food Truck Festival at UMass in Boston.
 With appearances from around 30 different food trucks all at is an opportunity you do not want to miss! Tickets are still available at Foodies of New England, find a location nearest you...the festivals pop up all summer long:)

  On the 22nd of June, come meet and chat with Boston's most adored chefs at the Chefs in Shorts 2012, held at the Seaport Hotel and Trade Center.  Looking to support early employment in the culinary fields, a ticket to this event gets you a happy stomach and a step closer towards supporting this mission:)

On a different note, many restaurants are organizing special summer series.  Chef Micheal Leviton of Area IV and Lumiere will begin his family-style dinners at Lumiere in Newton, on the 27th of June with a New England Lobster Bake.  Events will run once a month until the end of now to make you reservation!
So these are of course just a couple examples of the great things our city has in store for us this summer.  Be sure to check them out...and to stay tuned for more;)

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