Delicious Debut: The Merchant

Click here to view my published article on Joonbug. Downtown Crossing welcomes a new member to the neighborhood.  His eloquent mystique and sexy charm has a tendency to captivate all.  And he’s surely dressed to impress with a temptingly delightful beer selection.  With 36 tap lines a-flowing at his luxurious “40-foot oak bar,” The Merchant welcomes everyoneContinue reading “Delicious Debut: The Merchant”

The Best of Spring in Beantown

Click here to view my published article on Joonbug. It’s that time of the year to lock away wintertime blues, throw away the key and never look back.  Savvy spring mojo is just around the corner with refreshing treats, and well, us city-goers surely know how to celebrate and impress with the most sumptuous seafoodContinue reading “The Best of Spring in Beantown”

Boston’s Original Chocolate Tour

Click here to view my published article on Joonbug. “When asked if you’d like a second helping of dessert, what shall you respond?”  The natural reaction for many of us passionate foodies would be a quick and definitive…“Yes!”  Who would even have to think twiceabout the response to that question?  Well, our cordial ‘tour conductor’ on Boston’sContinue reading “Boston’s Original Chocolate Tour”

Caffe Vittoria: Home to “Boston’s best cappuccino and cannoli”

Click here to view my published article on Joonbug. Located in the heart of Boston’s charming North End neighborhood, this lively dessert joint is notorious for being “the first Italian cafe in Boston.”  And ever since 1929 its beautiful tradition continues to flourish and brighten up Hanover Street today. Caffe Vittoria’s exterior is surrounded by aContinue reading “Caffe Vittoria: Home to “Boston’s best cappuccino and cannoli””

Pasta e Pomodoro

  Click here to view my published article on Joonbug. You may recognize this charming venue by the vibrant red tomato, or “pomodoro” hanging over its entrance in Little Italy.  Pasta e Pomodoro lies just near the end of Salem Street, somewhat of a hidden gem, tucked away from the touristy crowds of its parallel Hanover Street. Continue reading “Pasta e Pomodoro”