-- Boston's Hidden Restaurants --
Volume 29, Winter, 2012/2013

Radio Shows, Calendars, and More

A lot has been happening over the past few months, including a radio segment where we talked about Boston-area restaurants (with more radio segments coming), a 2013 calendar sold at regional supermarkets that has one of our photos (of a restaurant, of course), and a bi-weekly column for Boston Magazine. What's in store for 2013? We shall see! Happy holidays to you all!

Our Latest Restaurant Reviews

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

Bliss Bros. Dairy, Attleboro, MA
a family-friendly restaurant, ice cream place, and retail food store that serves up classic comfort food.

Nappi Meats and Groceries, Medford, MA
an odd little Italian place that has no menu--you order what you want, and in most cases, they'll be able to make it for you.

Pho So 1, Randolph, MA
a totally unknown Vietnamese eatery south of Boston that offers real-deal Asian food at cheap prices.

Country Pizza, Lincoln, MA
a pizza place within an auto garage that features pies that are a bit difficult to categorize (but which are very tasty).

Photo of Pho So 1, a Vietnamese restaurant in Randolph, MA

The Chats Are Back!

After hosting a number of live online food discussions over the past couple of years, we took a bit of a break from the chats. But now they're back, and this fall we had a couple of new ones (with the last one being very different for us).

More chats will be on the way this winter, so keep checking back--and if you would like to read the latest two discussions (as well as some of the older ones), check them out at http://www.hiddenboston.com/tags/discussions.html.

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This Issue's Feature

Best Restaurants of 2012

It's hard to believe that the end of the year is upon us! And with the end of the year comes our annual "best of" list, which looks at the cream of the crop for lesser-known Boston-area restaurants in 2012. Included are a few newcomers, as well as several repeat performers.

What were some of your favorite restaurants in 2012? Feel free to let us know on our Facebook or Twitter page; who knows--maybe we'll get to some of your favorite spots in 2013!

Photo of The Druid, Cambridge, Massachusetts

A Question from the Editor:

Which Long-Closed Restaurants Do You Miss the Most?

Tell us about Boston-area restaurants that you miss the most in our questions and answers feature; we will add your responses to the "Replies" section of this question!