Latest Posts From Jacqueline
Apr 9, 2014
The Oldest Bars in Boston
Boston's been around a while, which means people have been drinking in Boston for a while, which means there are a bunch of amazing old bars that remarkably haven't been destroyed in the aftermath of an uncountable number of crushing sporting defeats (recent successes notwithstanding).
Feb 3, 2014
Attack that hangover with Boston's best Bloody Marys
Though most of your week is spent under the oppressive notion that drinking before noon is "irresponsible" or "grounds for termination", weekends bring the sweet reprieve of boozy brunches -- and with them, your greatest ally in the fight against morning sobriety: the Bloody Mary.
Sep 25, 2013
Eat pork belly while you brew your own craft beer
Because fermenting beer in the foyer of your Beacon Hill apartment building tends to be frowned upon, jump the express bus to Newton and hit Hopster's Brew & Boards, a just-opened DIY community brewery & restaurant hybrid (from a beer-obsessed husband-wife team) where you can brew up to 10 kettles of suds in one sitting while enjoying cured meats and pork belly flatbreads.
Sep 24, 2013
Beehive gets a sister in Cambridge
Inspired by the "hippie and beat movements" of the '60s (and named for a run-down hotel in Paris' Latin Quarter), Beat Hotel's a funky, throwback sister spot to the South End's popular Beehive that's tucked under the Gap in the former Tannery and boasts eclectic vittles, wine on tap, and live jazz nightly.
Sep 11, 2013