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Posts tagged “First Printer

Zagat Names Boston Area’s 10 Hottest New Restaurants

Zagat helps our summer dining plans by identifying ten of the hottest new restaurants in the Boston area – and we thank them for compiling an interesting list (and with a few favorites)!

Cur, 1 Straight Wharf, Nantucket, MA
First Printer, 15 Dunster Street, Cambridge, MA
Gem, 42 Province Street, Boston, MA
Happy’s Bar + Kitchen, 1363 Boylston Street, Boston, MA
jm Curley, 21 Temple Place, Boston, MA
Moksa, 450 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA
Olives, 10 City Square, Charlestown, MA
Painted Burro, 219 Elm Street, Somerville, MA
Rosa Mexicano, 155 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA
West Bridge, 1 Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA

Happy eating!

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Bar Hopping in Harvard Square

I tend to bar hop a bit, and Harvard Square is ideal for this little hobby. This past Friday was a beautiful (and not too chilly) night to wander around the Square. We started early at the Russell House Tavern, one of our favorite local spots. Chef Michael Scelfo not only knows how to butcher a pig, but he’s kind enough to share pictures while he’s doing it. I recommend following his tweets. RHT serves Jack D’Or from Pretty Things, so I’m always happy there.

Next, we swung by the newly opened First Printer, on Dunster Street. New, as in a week old. The bartender was very nice and clearly excited to have the bar full. Enjoyed a bowl of Guinness Beef Stew. Of course, I’ll never judge a restaurant on one visit, especially during opening week – so I’ll definitely go back.

Thought we’d go visit our great friends at Upstairs on the Square, but they were closing early for a private event for Hasty Pudding. We could only enjoy one quick cocktail. They recently renovated and added a new bar and pizza oven and we’ll head over again soon to try those out.

Rialto was our next sipping spot. We love the bar here because the service is always wonderful and the cocktails tasty. Jody Adams is one of the nicest chefs we know and always incredibly generous. The patrons are quite interesting and you’ll never know which Nobel winner you’ll be sitting beside.

Last stop was Charlies Kitchen because I had a hankering for a double cheeseburger.

Posted by Benson Willis, General Manager of Hotel Veritas