-- Boston's Hidden Restaurants --
Volume 4, Fall, 2006

Don't Look Now, But We Are In the Top 10!

In fact, we are now ranked #6 for all Boston restaurant sites (based on the key term "Boston restaurants" in the most popular search engine). In 2005, we were somewhere around #195, so we have come a long way, thanks to our viewers. Thanks so much for your interest in our site; it means a lot to us, and has helped us come far since our official launch in 2004.

Our Latest Restaurant Reviews

Below are a few restaurants that we have recently been to...

Pho Yuen Dong, Quincy, MA
an outstanding Vietnamese restaurant south of Quincy Center that also has a nice atmosphere.

Bianchi's Pizza, Revere, MA
a classic little pizza joint that is within shouting distance of Kelly's Roast Beef on Revere Beach.

Al's Hot Dog Stand, Naugatuck, CT
a hidden hot dog joint south of Waterbury that is perhaps the best place for franks in New England.

Green Field Churrascaria, Allston, MA
an all-you-can-eat Brazilian barbecue house that is a paradise for those who love to eat meat.

Photo of Al's Hot Dog Stand, a hot dog stand in Naugatuck, CT

Learn More About Our Syndicated RSS Feeds!

OK, I know what you're saying--what is an RSS feed? Well, it is a fairly recent advancement in the world of the Internet (in fact, part of Web 2.0, the next stage of the Internet) that allows viewers to get automatic updates on blogs, forums, and other features that are always changing.

Not only can you use RSS feeds on Boston's Hidden Restaurants to quickly find the latest blog and forum entries, but you can also use the links in our special readable online feeds to go right to a specific entry so you can respond to it with ease.

If you would like to see how RSS feeds can work for you, go to our RSS information page to find out more on this exciting feature!

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This Issue's Feature

Cheap Eats in Boston

Once again, college students are back in Boston, and many of them are on a low budget for things like transportation and food. We can't help much with travel, but we do have a special feature on cheap eats in the Boston area that may be helpful for students (and others!).

The cheap eats page on Boston's Hidden Restaurants gives a list of great dining spots that won't break the budget. Included on this page are addresses and phone numbers, as well as a brief description of each restaurant. And as always, if there are any other places we should be listing, please contact us!

Photo of Shanghai Gate, Allston, Massachusetts

A Question from the Editor:

What is your favorite restaurant in Northern New England?

Tell us about a great restaurant north of the Massachusetts border in our restaurant forum; we might feature it on the site sometime during the fall or winter. [ED NOTE: We have taken out the link to our forum, as it is now closed.]