-- Boston's Hidden Restaurants --
Newsletter
Volume 26, Spring, 2012

45,000 and Counting!

Thanks once again to all of you who have joined us on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and now, Pinterest. There are now more than 45,000 of you following us, with most of you on the Boston's Hidden Restaurants Facebook Page and the Hiddenboston Twitter Page. Hope to be able to talk with some of you over in social media land soon!

Our Latest Restaurant Reviews

Here are a few dining spots that we recently featured...

Spencer's Pizza, Abington, MA
a blink-and-you-miss-it dining spot south of Boston that features some excellent bar pizza.

Cast Iron Kitchen, Maynard, MA
a slightly upscale comfort food spot just outside of Maynard Center that is a local favorite.

Sapporo Ramen, Cambridge, MA
a tiny Japanese place in the Porter Exchange building that serves up some of the best ramen in the Boston area.

Conley's, Watertown, MA
a neighborhood joint just west of Boston that features steak tips, pizza, burgers, and more.

Photo of Cast Iron Kitchen, a restaurant in Maynard, MA

One-on-One Food Chats

We have been hosting a number of discussions with panels of experts talking about food and restaurants, and now we are starting to get into one-on-one chats with people around the Boston area. A couple of well-known names who were recently here include Dave Andelman of The Phantom Gourmet and Laura Raposa of The Boston Herald.

More one-on-one chats are on the way over the coming weeks and months, so keep checking our updates on Facebook and Twitter! And to see previous discussions, please go to http://www.hiddenboston.com/discussions.html


How To Find Us:

Use this link to go to Boston's Hidden Restaurants to find information on some great little-known dining spots in the Boston area.

www.hiddenboston.com

...and jump here to look at some earlier newsletters...

www.hiddenboston.com/newsletters/

This Issue's Feature

Pinning on Pinterest!

As you may know, the Boston's Hidden Restaurants site has hundreds and hundreds of food photos, along with many more pictures of various restaurants around the region. So when the photo-based social media site Pinterest started to take off over the past few months, we decided to sign on, and we are now posting photos to that site nearly every day.

Are you on Pinterest yet? If so, let's connect! Our Pinterest page can be found at the link above, and please note--we also re-pin a lot of food photos from other folks, so if you have a good one, let us know!

Photo of Oreo cookie pie from the Swanton Street Diner in Winchester, MA.

A Question from the Editor:

Favorite Clam Chowder in New England?

Tell us about your favorite places to get clam chowder in the region in our questions and answers feature; we will add it to the "Replies" section of this question!