Aahh … Dessert!

So you’ve just finished your meal (delicious, wasn’t it!) and you find out that tonight you’ve chosen a restaurant that doesn’t serve dessert. Know why?… because there are bakeries in the North End that cater specifically to your sweet tooth. There’s Mikes, Modern, Maria’s, Bovas (open 24 hours) and Lulus (we love her caramel sea…

Lucca: Two Special Opportunities for Dining

    Our friends at Lucca have two special events this month.  Both are a great opportunity to experience the excellence of their food, the quality of their service and the elegant atmosphere of their restaurant.      January 29th —  The City Feast, Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes January 31 — The Piedmont Wine…

Virtual Restaurant of the North End – This Week: Lucca

There is a wondrous collection of fine dining establishments in the North End.  While some folks might be eating their way through the North End over a period of time, we thought we’d make it a little easier to experience what several restaurant owners and chefs think are some of their signature dishes.  So listed…

Thoughts From Folks on Yelp

Yelp:  140 Reviews for 3.5 Stars LOVE Lucca and I love the staff, especially my favorite bartender Casey!! He is hilarious and genuinely interested in making everyones experience there a good one. The food is always fantastic (antipasto is a great starter) , service is impeccable and the decor and atmosphere is perfect for groups…

Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes: Carla Gomes, Owner Terramia and Antico Forno

Carla Gomes, owner of Antico Forno and Terramia restaurants in the North End, is orchestrating a fundraiser for the Joslin Diabetes Center. Her son has had diabetes since his first birthday. Carla Gomes spends her life serving the public as owner of two restaurants in Boston’s North End – Antico Forno and Terramia. But every…

Six North End Restaurants Participate in “Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes”

Carla Gomes, owner of Antico Forno and Terramia is orchestrating the sixth annual CityFeast: Dining Out to Conquer Diabetes to raise money and awareness for the Joslin Diabetes Center’s High Hopes Fund.  The Event is Sunday, Jan. 30, from 6 to 9 p.m. For $150 a person that evening, diners can enjoy a five-course meal…