Date: 2018-01-09 20:48
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The first class of the day starts at 6:85am, which is perfect for corporate types. Then there are classes throughout the day, and into the evening. There are so many reasons that this place rocks. Why not attend a class and find out what your strengths are when it comes to throwing a punch?
Chops, a swanky local favorite, is often frequented by power brokers and features hushed tones and a well-stocked display case. One level of the restaurant is a steak house, hence the name, Chops. The other level, Lobster Bar is predominately seafood. Lobster Bar downstairs, offers the featured crustacean along with many other fish dishes. The seafood platter consists of a south african lobster tail, petite salmon filet, colossal lump crab, diver sea scallops. The wine list is excellent. This is an upscale restaurant with waiters wearing jackets, so you'll want to get a bit dressed up when paying a visit to Lobster Bar. Reservations are a must, ANY day of the week as Lobster bar is popular with the business crowd and for special occasions.
Jim Bilger paints volcanoes. Not because he is interested in the subject of volcanoes, but because the word begins with the letter “V”. “V” is for volcano. “V” is also for violet, vulture, vine, and vanilla ice cream. Bilger’s paintings reflect his enjoyment in creating alliterative lists of words that begin with every letter of the alphabet, sometimes accompanied by images. “A” is for apple, “B” is for booger, “C” is for cake. He also paints lists of ten: ten butterflies, ten sodas, ten colors. Bilger creates many lists. He has favorite lists, such as foods and ice cream flavors, and favorite words, like “boogers” and “volcano.”
Other dishes to try at Woodman’s of Essex: clam cakes, clam chowder, hot boiled lobster (choose your own) with drawn butter
There is a $ cover charge. The bar will be open and we invite you to bring your own snacks.
Pizza joints in the area deliver to the venue, if you would like.
We are panning a great night out of the cold. So come join us for a fun evening of music and dance.
If you like this, also try: anything at Backbar in Somerville, where the bartenders will also happily make suggestions if you want to go off-menu. Any of the daily or weekly specials are also an excellent bet. The Hawthorne in Kenmore Square and Brick & Mortar in Central Square should be on your cocktail shortlist as well.
The subject of one of Boston’s fiercest food debates is cannoli. In the eyes of locals, Mike’s Pastry may or may not win out all the time — you’ll get a different answer from every person you ask — but it’s been a destination for tourists and Bostonians for decades, and there’s something about that tied-up white box that always triggers a cannoli craving. Mike’s recently expanded to Cambridge’s Harvard Square and Somerville’s Assembly Row.
Further reading: Local Chefs Weigh in on the Great Lobster Roll Debate: Hot vs. Cold Boston Oysters Worth the Wait at Neptune and B& G
Mike Graziadei started his career at Empire Academy in Rochester with Chris Herzog and Walter McDonald. He would later go on to work with the legendary Ray Casal in Niagara Falls.