I Ate Here: Lola’s Italian Groceria, Natick, Massachusetts

Lola's Gluten-Free Cannoli

While organizing photos today, I came across a group of photos from a fabulously delicious food find in the Boston area that I neglected to share with you, Lola’s Italian Groceria in Natick, Massachusetts. When I was telling you about all of the incredible meals I had in Boston at places like The Parker House,… 

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I Ate Here: BelAir Cantina Wauwatosa, WI (Milwaukee)

BelAir Cantina

I’ve been having so much travel fun this summer and of course, it has included some seriously tasty meals.  I’m excited to share with you not just one but two meals I had at BelAir Cantina in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. I’m asked often how I find all of these incredible food spots on my travels.  I… 

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I Ate Here: Wink and Nod, Boston, Massachusetts

Wink and Nod Boston

I did some serious food traveling around Boston!  So far I’ve shared with you a meal at the historic Parker House, cupcakes from Sweet, amazing juices and salads at CocoBeet.  I’m down to my last two great places to share with you.  This one was our “nice dinner out” choice while in Boston.  Wink and… 

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I Ate Here: Sweet, Boston, Massachusetts

Cupcake and Coffee at Sweet Boston

It’s down to the final three dining adventures from my Boston trip!  I’ve got a visit to a trendy dining hot spot to share and a visit to an Italian deli and grocer also.  But first, I’ve got to tell you about the delectable cupcake I had at Sweet! I mentioned in this post that… 

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I Ate Here: Parker House, Boston, Massachusetts

Omni Parker House Boston

On my recent travels to Boston, I stayed a few nights on Boston’s South Shore in a llama barn.  It was beautiful, secluded, quiet…And then I spent a few nights at the lovely, historic Parker House, right in the hubbub of Boston’s Financial District. While the area certainly isn’t secluded or quiet, it’s rich with… 

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I Ate Here: CocoBeet, Boston, Massachusetts

CocoBeet Juices and Smoothies

On our recent trip to Boston, we spent part of a day walking the Freedom Trail, a brick-lined route that visits 16 historically significant sites.  With plenty of little parks along the way, we planned to have a picnic.  A visit to CocoBeet was perfect for picnic provisions! CocoBeet is located in City Hall Plaza,… 

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