Boston restaurants


We Love Fort Point!

We can’t get enough of the amazing restaurants here in the Fort Point Section of Boston! From Mexican, to French, to Vietnamese, Fort Point has something for everyone. Our fabulous customer service rep Chrissy is here to share with us a few of her favorite restaurants in the area.

Bon Me

Chrissy’s favorite spot for lunch has to be Bon Me for its delicious food and great atmosphere. Starting with just one food truck a few years, Bon Me now has one of its own brick and mortar locations in Fort Point just a few blocks from our office. This unique Vietnamese restaurant offers sandwiches served on crusty baguettes, rice and noodle bowls, salads and much more. It can be hard to choose from the amazingly delicious and creative fillings ranging from spice rubbed chicken to roasted soy and paprika tofu, to Justin’s Jamaican jerk chicken!

Papagayo

This delicious Mexican restaurant is Chrissy’s favorite happy hour spot. She says the margaritas are “to die for” and food is so authentic. Her favorite items on the menu are the street tacos which she loves to pair with the one of the unique guacamoles. Papagayo also offers Karaoke brunch! Although Chrissy hasn’t tried out this brunching experience yet, she is definitely planning on it!

Mrs. B’s

Chrissy, as our fabulous customer service rep, is always helping our customers out and doesn’t always have a lot of time to grab lunch. When’s she’s in a pinch, she heads to Mrs. B’s café. Right around the corner from our office, this cute café has amazing premade breakfast and lunch options as well as a variety of made-to-order options including daily specials, soups, and a ton of snacks. Chrissy knows she can always depend on Mrs. B’s Cafe for fast service and delicious food.

Bastille Kitchen

This upscale gourmet French restaurant provides a gorgeous rustic atmosphere, amazing cocktails, and an outstanding menu. With local sustainable ingredients and seafood, Chrissy knows she’s always in for a treat when she heads to this modern interpretation of a classic Parisian bistro. From classic favorites with a twist, to completely unique one-of-a-kind dishes, this beautiful restaurant is a favorite for its fabulous food and amazing atmosphere.

Freshii-

Chrissy loves Freshii for its commitment to healthy and environmentally friendly food. With such a large variety of food, the options span from a fiesta style salad, to a spicy Thai burrito, to a Mediterranean inspired bowl. Chrissy says she gets really creative when customizing her lunch with all the awesome toppings such as mango, goat cheese, sesame seeds and so much more. With great coffee and breakfast options such as hot oatmeal, pocket sized breakfast burritos and fresh smoothies, it’s the perfect place to for a healthy meal any time of day.

 

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Events In Massachusetts This March

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We’ve almost made it to spring, and that deserves a celebration, don’t you think?  With only a few short weeks left of winter, we’re all looking forward to warmer weather and longer days, and that means more time to have fun and go to awesome events!  We know that when people think of events in March, Saint Patrick’s Day comes to mind, and don’t worry we haven’t forgotten about that special day, but it will be getting its own event posting later this month.  In the mean time, check out all of the other events going on across the state this March!

Boston Flower and Garden Show – This is the perfect event to get you ready for spring!  Take in the beautiful sights and smells of the Boston Flower and Garden Show at the Seaport World Trade Center from March 12th-16th.  This year’s theme is “Romance in the Garden” and there will be garden writers, landscaping professionals,master gardeners, and local chefs will all be on hand for daily lectures, demonstrations, floral arranging workshops, children’s activities, and cooking demonstrations.  Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children, and $17 for seniors and are valid for one day only.  Don’t miss out on this fun event, it’s perfect for friends, families, or even a romantic outing, and is a great way to kick off spring!

Worcester Boat Show – This is another great event to get you ready for warmer weather!  Head to the DCU Center in Worcester from March 14th-16th for the Worcester Boat Show!  Whether you own your own boat or are dreaming of it one day in the future, you won’t want to miss this event.  All of the latest 2014 models will be on display, there will fishing boats, pontoon boats, sports boats, boating accessories, and much more.  You can touch and experience each boat to find your favorite, and if you’re in the market to purchase a boat you’ll want to take advantage of the special show prices and manufacturers incentives.  Tickets are $10 for adults and children 16 and under are admitted free as long as they are accompanied by an adult.

Paradise City Arts Festival – If you’re an art lover, this is the event for you.  There will be over 175 artists and their creations on display during this elegant event, and the diverse creations are guaranteed to catch your eye.  There will be a variety of different pieces, all showcasing the talent and innovation of American craftsmanship.  This event will be at the Royal Plaza Trade Center in Marlborough from March 21st-23rd.  Ticket prices vary but if you plan on going more that one day, you’ll definitely want to purchase their three day pass for $16.  If you’ve been trying to expand your cultural horizons and do something new, this is the event for you.

Dine Out Boston – If there’s a restaurant you’ve been wanting to try in the Boston area, you’re in luck!  Dine Out Boston takes place once a year and gives diners the opportunity to sample prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner from participating restaurants.  Prices for lunch are either $15, $20, or $25, and dinner prices can be $28, $33, or $38, depending on what you order.  Prices are per person and do not include drinks, tax, or gratuity.  Sample meals from chain restaurants, locally owned bistros, from tapas to Italian, Mexican to sushi, Asian food to seafood, and much more as options you won’t know where to start!  Luckily you have a few days to take advantage of this event, it’s going on from March 16th-21st, and March 23rd – 28th.  For a full list of participating restaurants, click here.

These events will make the last few weeks of winter fly by, so get out and about and enjoy!

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