-- Boston's Hidden Restaurants --
Newsletter
Volume 25, Winter, 2011/2012

Klout Says That We Have Clout!

The social media analytics company Klout has a list of its most influential people and businesses in Boston, and as of December 1, 2011, we are considered #2 in Boston! (#1 is BostonTweet and #3 is eatboston.) If you would like to see how Klout views us, check out the link at http://klout.com/hiddenboston.

Our Latest Restaurant Reviews

Here are a few restaurants that we have recently reviewed...

Sea Breeze Mexican Grill, Dorchester, MA
a completely unknown Mexican spot between the Ashmont and Fields Corner sections of Dorchester that features Mexican and Caribbean fare.

Inna's Kitchen, Newton, MA
a wonderfully authentic deli on a side street in Newton Centre that offers Russian dishes as well as some Middle Eastern items.

Ritu Ki Rasoi, Burlington, MA
an out-of-the-way eatery in Burlington that focuses on vegetarian Indian foods and has a terrific buffet.

Woody's Grill and Tap, Boston, MA
a cozy little place near The Fens that has some of the best thin-crust pizza in the city.

Photo of Inna's Kitchen, a deli in Newton, MA

More Slideshows!

In the last newsletter, we introduced our very first slideshow that focused on some of the best dishes we have tried in 2011. Well, since then we have posted several others, including slideshows on sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, pizza, unusual dishes, and desserts.

More slideshows will be coming over the winter, with any future slideshows (as well as past ones) being accessed at the following page: http://www.hiddenboston.com/tags/slideshows.html. If you have any ideas for interesting slideshows, please let us know, thanks!


How To Find Us:

Go to Boston's Hidden Restaurants at this address to find information on some of the best little-known Boston dining spots!

www.hiddenboston.com

...and go here to check out earlier newsletters...

www.hiddenboston.com/newsletters/

This Issue's Feature

Bulletin Boards

Thanks to the Twitter social media site, there is now a way to view live-time updates of what people and businesses are talking about 24/7. And using our bulletin boards section which we started awhile back, you can now get updates via various categories centering around the Boston-area restaurant scene.

So what are some categories we cover? Well, you can see what restaurants are talking about on Twitter, as well as local food writers, markets, liquor stores, and dining spots from around the Northeast. We will likely add more categories soon, so keep checking back!

Photo of Mayflower Poultry, Cambridge, Massachusetts

A Question from the Editor:

Who has the best coffee in or near Boston?

Tell us about places to get good coffee in the Boston area in our questions and answers feature; we will add your responses to the "Replies" section of this question!