This tiny breakfast spot on the corner of Church Street is off the beaten path but that doesn’t stop the crowds from flocking here. If it weren’t for the line outside it would be easy to miss Mike & Patty’s as it blends into the neighborhood. That and the smell of bacon.
Located on a quaint cobblestone street just steps from Paul Revere‘s house sits the exceptional Italian restaurant Mamma Maria. With so many Italian restaurants in the North End Mamma Maria is truly a standout with its excellent service, locally sourced food and amazing city views. It should be on everyone’s list to try.
The restaurant itself is a beautiful house with five separate rooms great for a date or special occasion. We sat in a cute porch with mural on the walls full of birds and flowers on pastels and tapped our toes along with the 20s and 30s big band music.
I am in love with Myers + Chang. Everything about this place is great, the space, the vibe, the service and the food. I was so happy I found this restaurant in the South End neighborhood while I was in Boston for the 4th of July. Myers + Chang is a casual diner with a fashionable edge serving up the chef’s take on Chinese, Taiwanese, Thai, and Vietnamese dishes.
This place is popular so reservations are recommended (in fact they won Best Neighborhood Restaurant and the chef Joanne Chang was nominated for James Beard, Best Chef). We did not have reservations and were told we could sit on the patio which was this cute little 14 seat oasis surrounded by floating pots of herbs.
To take an actual inside look of Myers + Chang, check out the video I made!