The founders of this popular tea bar were enjoying a pot of Darjeeling tea in Paris and lamenting that good teas were not ... More
The founders of this popular tea bar were enjoying a pot of Darjeeling tea in Paris and lamenting that good teas were not widely available in the U.S. Then they opened this small tea bar in Harvard Square. There are over 100 tea choices at this sometimes-crowded cafe. Patrons can sit at one of the 10 copper-topped tables, listen to jazz and blues music, and sip their tea with scones, cakes and cookies. Located at Newbury Street the place is worth a peep.
Welcome to the Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Cambridge in the heart of Kendall Square, conveniently located just five miles
from the Boston Logan International Airport. Situated on the corner of Broadway and Ames Streets, the Residence Inn Boston ...
Two fast working chefs man a round griddle in the middle of this fun restaurant. You select a mixture of
vegetables, meat, fish, tofu and sauce, and the chefs grill it for you on the spot. If you do ...
This seafood restaurant serves old fashioned New England fare in a great waterfront setting. Some might call the decor tacky,
with ship wheels, lobster pots and fishnets adorning the wood paneled walls, but it is reassuring that places like ...