Showing posts from March, 2014

Boston's Only Really Good Burger - The Haven

I love The Haven. It's the home of the only truly good burger my girlfriend and I have been able to find in Boston, joining the ranks of mytop 5favoriteburgersof the USA.

Make a reservation. This place is popular.

There's a complimentary appetizer that's some kind of unsweetened oatmeal cake, served with salted butter.

The Amazing Food:

Good, Not Great Food:
Summary of what to order:
-The Burger
-The Fish Supper
-Hand-cut chips
-Herb or STILTON (holy shit, just saw this on the menu) Mashed potatoes
And some fun draft beers!

Vices & Versas

A casual pub with 30 beers on tap, poutine, and an open wall? Yes please! Vices & Versas

La Boulangerie Guillaume


Patisserie au Kouign Amann

Start your day at this little bakery. There's a bit of space to sit.

My Go To Sushi Spot in Boston: The Oishii in Chestnut Hill

You have to dress up a bit for the Oishii in The South End, and it has a menu that forces you to spend a lot of money. At the Oishii in Chestnut Hill, they have some of the fun, weird, expensive items (often involving foie gras), but they also have normally priced rolls. The quality of the sushi is very high, but it's much more casual here.

Favorite Dishes (in bold):


The Biggest/Awesomest Lobster Roll in New England

For $26, this beautiful, enormous wonder can be yours. Come Good Friday (April 18th, 2014), that is.

P.S. Don't be alarmed when your poop is orange the next morning, that's just what lobster poop looks like.