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Boston Restaurant Blog -- September, 2015

Below are blog entries from September, 2015. Use the links in the left column to do a quick search of blog entries, or to see blog entries from other months. And feel free to use the "Comments" links under each blog entry to reply to us; your comments just might end up in our Boston restaurant blog! (Note: This page is part of our restaurant features section.)

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Where to Dine While Apple Picking

The apple picking season is now upon us, and while there are orchards all over the region, many of them are concentrated in or near the Nashoba Valley area northwest of Boston, including some of the most popular apple orchards in the entire state. A question that often comes up by people traveling to this region is, "Where should we dine before or after picking apples?" and it is a good question because some of the towns in which orchards are located are so small that ... [Read More]

Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Fifteen of the Absolute Best Food Items Tried in the Boston Area and Beyond

photo of tiramisu from Spinelli's, East Boston, MAEvery year, a handful of the best food items tried are looked at on the Boston's Hidden Restaurants site, with the best generally shown in June and December of each year. And with the site being more than 10 years... [Read More]

Friday, September 4, 2015
The Restaurant Crash That Never Occurred

Over the past several years, the number of restaurants opening in the Boston area has consistently surpassed the number of restaurants closing, and there were some months in 2013 and 2014 where the disparity was quite large. This, combined with rising rents and the opening of massively-sized dining and drinking spots from national chains and local restaurant groups had some in the industry worried, with the word on the street being that we were in a developing bubble that could... [Read More]