From Argentina to Boston, I will be attending to FNCE (Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo), the annual meeting of the Academy of Nutrition of Dietetics that congregates thousands of colleagues from the US and all over the world. Can’t wait to be there! and participate on high level educational sessions, present our hospital research poster and network with colleagues and friends.
I notice that I will not have much time left to travel around the city, so I did my homework and I have the list of places to visit and specially the places to eat and have a taste of Boston’s cuisine. After reviewing the nice article “The Best of Boston” from Today’s Dietitian, the restaurant list from the Food and Culinary Professional Group resources and my own research on tripadvisor, these are my picks:
Union Oyster House (historic seafood restaurant, near Faneuil Hall)
Flour Bakery & Café (breakfast, salads, sandwiches, multiple locations)
OAK Long Bar + Kitchen at Fairmont Copley Plaza (American Brasserie, Back Bay)
Warren Tavern (historic American Tavern, Charlestown)
Harvest (local fare, Harvard Square, Cambridrge)
Yankee Lobster fish market (Seafood, local flare)
Joe’s American (American, Seafood, waterfront location)
Babbo Pizzeria (modern Italian, Fan Pier, Mario Battali’s Restaurant)
Coppa (enoteca, Italian, South End)
There are many other Italian restaurants that I didn’t choose because I prefer to eat more Bostonian. I’m used to eat good Italian in Buenos Aires.
Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market
Boston Public Market
MUST SEE Places:
North End & Little Italy
Sam Adams Brewery tour
Stay tunned for updates on facebook and twitter. Hope to see you there!!
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