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Get ready to be bowled over at the third annual Burrito Bowl at Poe’s Kitchen. On Saturday, February 2nd, gear up for the following day’s football-watching calorie-fest by indulging in a little pre-emptive noshing from 1:00 to 3:30pm. The Bowl pits Tremont 647’s Andy Husbands, Poe’s Kitchen’s Shawn Russell, Estelle’s Eric Gburski, the Tip Tap Room’s Brian Poe, Taranta’s Jose Duarte, Church’s Josh Rush and Bolocco’s Jason Hutchinson against reigning champion Brian Roche of Lolita in a contest to see who can whip up the best bowl-style burrito inspired by the city of their favorite NFL team. A winner will be decided by attendees plus a panel of guest referees. Go online to reserve your $20 ticket before they’re all snapped up.
Restaurants featured in The Burrito Bowl is Back
Behold: The Backroom - In addition to doing an open call for all sorts of front and back-of-house positions, The Backroom (sister restaurant to Joshua Smith’s award-winning deli & charcuterie house, Moody’s), is starting to come together. READ MORE »
St. Pat's, Puritan-Style - Is there anything more Irish than a boiled dinner? Lucky for you, chef Will Gilson takes care of the time-intensive cooking with Puritan & Company’s St. Pat’s special on Tuesday, March 17th. READ MORE »
Post-Parade Fun at Abby Park - Whether you make it part of your St. Patrick’s Day parade route or skip the parade all together, you’ll want to head to Abby Park in Milton on Sunday, March 15th for a whole lot of St. Pat's-themed fun. READ MORE »
Tricks of the Tiki Trade - Turns out there’s a little bit more to Tiki than putting the lime in the coconut, but No. 9 Park has all the info at their afternoon cocktail class on Sunday, March 15th. READ MORE »