Neglected…

19 Mar

You poor, poor neglected blog. Cdog and I are sorry. We have completely abandoned you, but we have good excuses…

We’ve been traveling. I won’t name where because you wouldn’t feel bad for us…

Christen has a baby who is freaking adorable and I mean who would rather blog than play with their cute, little, cuddly monkey? However, Miss Monkey is starting to eat people food, so maybe should could write about her adventures with making baby food.

I am planning a wedding, so I haven’t been cooking the delicious things I used to because you know trying to get in wedding-day shape!

But, to hold you over until inspiration strikes again, here are some new restaurant openings that you may want to check out:

Wink & Nod – a speakeasy in the South End. It sounds fun. They are going to serve craft cocktails, and it is also home to Whisk, which is serving some good eats from Jeremy Kean and Philip Kruta. It opens tomorrow, 3/20 at 5 p.m. Find ’em on FB or Twitter.

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Courtesy of Boston Nightlife Ventures

Merrill & Co – also in the South End, at One Appleton Street. comes from the good peeps at jmCurley. I haven’t been yet, but have seen a few pictures of the place and of the food and both look pretty great. Check them out on Facebook and the Tweets.

Lilian’s Smokin’ Rack Barbecue – Apparently this company is known for its rubs and sauces, but now they will be serving up racks o’ribs right on the Greenway, well out of a truck, but you know what I mean. It will be part of the 2014 Food Truck Schedule, which is supposed to launch April 1. (Found on Eater Boston)

Italian coming to Charlestown – Legal Sea Foods has been rumored to be bringing a different concept restaurant to Charlestown for a few months now. This Globe article says that it will in fact be bringing a cozy, Italian joint to the Chuck in the spring. Also according to the article it will be called, Legal Oysteria. Seriously, I can’t wait. How nice it will be to have something new, different and not run by a degenerate. Ok, that was mean, but um, have you read the news?

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