-- Boston's Hidden Restaurants --
Newsletter
Volume 2, Spring, 2006

We Are Upgrading Our Web Site!

Exciting news from Boston's Hidden Restaurants--we are slowly but surely upgrading our site to make it even faster to navigate! The layout and style of our site will remain the same, but pages will be lightning-fast, even if you use a dial-up modem (and I know there are still a few of you out there!).
More upgrades will be coming soon, so stay tuned. And thanks for visiting Boston's Hidden Restaurants!

Our Latest Restaurant Reviews

Below are some restaurants that we have recently checked out...

Ali Baba, Cambridge, MA
a simple little Afghan and Indian restaurant near Porter Square in Cambridge that has a tempting variety of dishes.

McKenna's, Dorchester, MA
a friendly neighborhood spot near Savin Hill that serves some of the best breakfasts in Dorchester.

Ashley's, S. Braintree, MA
a bustling neighborhood place where Braintree residents read their Sunday papers over breakfast.

Rabia's, Boston, MA
a wonderful Italian restaurant on Salem Street in the North End that few people know about.

Photo of Ashley's, a breakfast  and lunch spot in South Braintree, MA

Tell Us About Your Favorite Restaurant!

Our new Viewers' Favorite Restaurants page can now be found on our site. This section of Boston's Hidden Restaurants allows you to tell us all about your favorite dining spot.

Do you have a favorite restaurant in New York? San Francisco? Miami? Seattle? No matter where your favorite restaurant is, we would love to hear about it, so let us know!

It is easy for you to post your favorite restaurant. Simply go to the link above, read the simple instructions, and post your restaurant. We look forward to hearing about it!


Where To Find Us:

Visit Boston's Hidden Restaurants at the address below to find information on Boston restaurants that you may not know about!

www.hiddenboston.com

This Issue's Feature

Restaurants Near Fenway Park

Spring is here, and so is baseball! The Boston Red Sox are back and ready for another World Series. The Red Sox, of course, play ball at historic Fenway Park. And while eating Fenway Franks is a good option, where do people go if they want to dine outside of the park?

Boston's Hidden Restaurants has compiled a list of restaurants near Fenway Park. The first part includes restaurants within walking distance to Fenway, while the second part focuses on restaurants a bit further away. So go find your cap and glove, and get ready for some food and baseball!

Photo of banners at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox

A Question from the Editor:

What little-known restaurant in the Boston area should we be checking out?

Tell us about the restaurant in our restaurant forum; we may just feature it on the site over the next few months. [ED NOTE: We have taken out the link to our forum, as it is now closed.]