Oklahoma (By Way Of Boston’s South End)?

Whaling in Oklahoma started appearing on lists and my Instagram feed shortly after I arrived in Boston. But as the note on my phone continued to grow with restaurants to visit, keeping up with the "must-see" spots became increasingly difficult. Most people probably don't scroll through their open table apps just to see what's out... Continue Reading →

But First, Brunch

Finding the perfect brunch spot is hard work. Especially in a city you're discovering for the first time. But once you find a spot, or two or three, you're set. In a world where brunching¬†is a habitual weekend pastime, and in a city where food & drink options are endless, my first challenge as #erineatsboston... Continue Reading →

Coffee: By Whatever Beans Necessary

According to my 23andMe results, my genetic makeup has made me pre-disposed to be likely to consume more coffee than the average 23andMe customer. Does this really mean anything? No. But it has given me an excuse to rationalize my coffee consumption. Lorelai Gilmore once said, "I need coffee in an IV".¬† Like Lorelai, over... Continue Reading →

Feeling Fancy at Yono's

There really is no such thing as normal. But dining at Yono's is certainly an experience far grander than just a "normal" night out. It is without a doubt fine dining, where your water glass is never empty and your utensils are changed out with every course. But what makes a dinner at Yono's truly... Continue Reading →

Making It Through March

Today is the 31st, and as springtime starts to fill the air, I finally have a moment to reflect on the craziness that has been the month of March. A lot happened this month. I found myself in a different city for 3 consecutive weekends, never really catching my breath as a I rushed into... Continue Reading →

A Winter Recap

The past few months have been busy. The weeks fly by and the weekends go by even faster. I suppose that means I'm doing something right. I make it a goal to make the most of my time, and although that sometimes means binge watching Shameless on the couch for hours on end, it can... Continue Reading →

The SOUPerbowl

There were a lot of bowls this weekend; Puppy Bowls, Super Bowls, and in Saratoga Springs, New York, many bowls of chowder. On the eve of Super Bowl LII, Saratoga hosted the 20th annual Chowderfest, and despite freezing temperatures, thousands filled the streets for one of the biggest Saratoga parties short of New Years Eve.... Continue Reading →

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