Gaslight: A Boisterous Brasserie

Far removed from the jewelry-box-sized, cramped and uptight boutique enotecas, tapas bars and bistros of Tremont and Shawmut, Gaslight proves that the South End still has some tricks up its sleeve, some hidden surprises, some good times. Located in a spacious warehouse-like building with incredibly high ceilings, brick-lined walls and a rustic hardwood floor, furnished…

Masa: Southwestern Spice with a Creative Flair

Masa is not your ordinary South End jewelry-box; it is truly a force to be reckoned with. The ambience is light, airy, comfortable yet elegant, perfect for both after-work drinks and snacks (in the bar/lounge) with friends and special occasion celebrations (in the dining room). The menu features creative pairings, dishes infused with simple Southwestern…

A Beautiful Boutique Enoteca Named Coppa

Coppa in the South End is one of my favorite restaurants in Boston. 3-bite sized small plates of Mediterranean favorites, excellent charcuterie, cheese and wine. Here are two of my favorite dishes from the place. Excuse the quality of the photos as they were taken with my camera. Lengue e Acciughe I really enjoyed this dish.…

Jazz Brunch at The Beehive

The Beehive‘s jazz brunch is definitely one of the best in town. Against the eclectic yet elegant, artistic backdrop, the food stands out as superb – American classics with hints of Middle Eastern and Eastern European influence. Jazz is performed every Saturday and Sunday between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. but spots fill up quick,…