Eat See Play
We know how important the end of the summer is, so in order for you to get all the activities in on your summer bucket list in (because we know you’re not going to bother to do them next year) we at CBS Local E.S.P. Eat. See. Play are bringing you the best products to end August with a bang.
While Saltbox Kitchen may be coming to you from Concord, it is definitely the best addition to come to the Boston dating scene in a very, very long time. With its rustic, country look and beautiful setting it’s so nice you’ll think you wandered out of Boston and into a storybook.
Banyan Bar and Refuge is the latest, and maybe the only, indoor jungle and bistro combo to come to Beantown, making it the perfect place for you to live up the rest of the summer.
Just in time for America’s rager of the year, the Envoy Hotel’s rooftop bar opened its doors to one of Boston’s hottest spots. Located atop the 8th story…
Committee is a Mediterranean-inspired, small plate restaurant that comes from the fantastic owners of Cafeteria and Bijou, so you know it’s going to be good.
The Townshend is the newest modern tavern to hit the Boston area and the only place in Quincy that references something that caused that whole Boston Tea Party and American Revolution thing. Just kidding on that one, but we’re pretty sure they are the newest place to offer seasonal rustic fare, and hand crafted cocktails, as well as a beautifully curated beer and wine list.
We at E.S.P Eat. See. Play. are bringing you all the best stuff to get the season started right. So go ahead and get silly this summer, you won’t regret it… at least until the fall that is.
And just in time for the fresh green grass is music fest season, including our beauteous city’s Boston Calling.
In order to help you kick off spring in style, we at CBS’ ESP are here to help, yet again. Man we’re so thoughtful…
Townsman is the latest Brasserie-inspired addition to the Boston restaurant scene and is certainly by far the best. With a true sense of sustainability and seasonality combined with the warm and welcoming atmosphere, you probably will never want to leave and they are more than likely going to have to kick you at closing time.