A place for foodies in JP to chat about restaurants, dining, and other places to get great food around the neighborhood. We visit a new restaurant every third Thursday.
Location: Jamaica Plain
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2013
Our neighborhood has an array of delicious restaurants and we plan to visit them all. Each month on the third Thursday at 7pm. Here's the schedule:
Check back soon for rest of Summer schedule!
TBD - El Oriental de Cuba - Cuban
TBD - Whisk - Seven-course tasting menu
Come out and join us to discuss and fuss.
Bring your fork and your ideas about what makes food great.
Started by Maura O'Toole Aug 3, 2012. 0 Replies 0 Likes
At a lovely urban farmstead nestled in Fort Hill we will all meet for the next installment of Mayfair Lady Supper Club August 4th, 2012, 7:30-11:30pm4 course menu includes:Choice of Herb Infused Cilantro Martini or Non-Alcoholic Watermelon…Continue
Started by Dan Hermes Jul 13, 2012. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Due to the high volume of Summer events I'm deferring our foodie outings until later in the summer. I'll likely schedule the next one in August/Sept. See you at a restaurant soon!Continue
Started by Dan Hermes. Last reply by Dana Ortegon Jun 22, 2012. 1 Reply 0 Likes
Grass Fed - the new burger joint run by Ten Tables management. Should it be on our visit list? http://www.yelp.com/biz/grass-fed-bostonContinue
Started by Dan Hermes. Last reply by Dan Hermes Jun 21, 2012. 1 Reply 0 Likes
Their Drunken Noodles intoxicate. Their Pad Thai satisfies. Yelp gives them three stars. I respectfully disagree. This place serves consistently four-star food. Join us on June 21st at 7pm for an evening at Jamaica Plain's standby Thai…Continue
Tags: thai, restaurants, foodies, JP
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Comment by Dan Hermes just nowDelete Comment
The shwarma place on Centre Street has new management!
It's now called Cafe Beirut. I sampled their fare and it tastes authentic to me. I haven't been to Lebanon but have eaten off of Palestinian pushcarts and the genre is identical. Decor is a little sparse and it could do without the blinds but from a foodie standpoint, it's a fantastic takeout spot.
Yelp likes them:
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