Zoe M.

Zoe M.

Boston, MA

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Café / American Restaurant
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Bakery / Coffeeshop
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Recent Reviews and Comments

  • Max Brenner

    Boston
    Café / American Restaurant
    Max Brenner - Café | American Restaurant in Boston.
    Jun 24, 2013 For Chocolate, Not Dinner "I’ve been to Max Brenner’s in New York, but I figured I go again in Boston. Having been I can now say that the quality in one city is absolutely the same in the other. In both establishments you’ll find mouth-watering sweets and baked goods that’ll have you returning time and time again. The only thing I advise against is ordering anything not chocolate based. The dinner menu at Max Brenner’s has never enticed me and after hearing about several boring meals I’ve resolves to stick to dessert. I’d say stay away from the generic menu items. There are better places in Boston if you really want eggs or a salads or a pizza. Stick to what Max Brenner’s knows- chocolate. Every time I go to Max Brenner’s I order something sweet. Whether you order fondue or a crepe, you cannot go wrong. If you want something a little different try their “popsicle fondue.” If you’re looking for something more classic, you can’t get more straightforward than the metling chocolate truffle heart cake." hide
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  • Cornwall's

    Boston
    Pub / Restaurant
    Cornwall's  - Pub | Restaurant in Boston.
    Jun 24, 2013 A Bit of England in Boston "Ever since leaving Oxford, I’ve been hoping to find some semblance of an English pub here in Boston. Although the bars I found severed Strongbow and Old Speckled Hen, none managed to capture the feel of a pub. Then I found Cornwall’s. When I read their slogan, “What happens when old fashioned british charm meets Downtown Boston?” I was optimistic, but guardedly so. The ability to replicate not only the menu of a pub, but also the atmosphere is not as easy as it sounds. Cornwall’s managed to raise to the occasion. Severing personal favorites like Young’s Double Chocolate Stout and Fullers London Pride, I was happy to find a local place that not only had the right beers, but also the right feel. Inside a combination of pub paraphernalia, like steins and signs, make you feel like you’re holed away in Southern England, not a stones throw from the Kenmore station. The Shephard and Fish pies add to the Cornwall’s authenticity. English staples like fish and chip, chicken pie and bangers and mash, Cornwall’s definitely has the menu to support their claim as a pseudo-English pub. If you want something more American, they also serve burgers, sandwiches and salads. I suggest the Blue Mxx burger and a pint of Guinness. " hide
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  • 9:30 Club

    Washington, DC
    Bar / Club / Live Music Venue
    9:30 Club - Bar | Club | Live Music Venue in Washington, DC.
    Jun 24, 2013 Best DC Venue "The 9:30 Club is by far my favorite venue. It brings in acts of all sizes, from all genres and always to the same enthusiastic crowd. I’ve seen everyone from Reel Big Fish to Jack’s Mannequin to Gavin DeGraw play the 9:30 Club and every time has been a great experience. The key to this success is in the staff and the environment that they foster. The crowd is always amped up and the staff is always helpful. Add to that an impecable sound system and you've got a great concert-going experience. When you first walk up to the nine thirty club you will probably run clear into one of the bouncers. They’re tall, tattoo and really do need to see your ID. They will stamp both your hands with either a under 21 or over 21 mark. From there you’re cleared to enter. You can choose to either head upstairs to the seating/balcony area or stay downstairs on the floor. They type of show you’re attending will affect this decision. Downstairs, during the younger all-ages shows, can sometimes be flooded with pre-teens and unless you’re willing to push back you may want to stand towards the back. Other times downstairs is much calmer and everyone is happily bopping along. The lower level also has two bars. They stock everything from Yuengling to Dogfish Head to Woodchuck to Newcastle so you’re bound to find something you life. If you’re not of drinking age, there are always brimming pitchers of ice water at each for when you’re too sweaty to continue to moshing. To the left of the stage, you’ll also find a small food stand with basic options like paninis, wraps and nachos. If you’re looking to stay away during a late night show, head upstairs where you’ll find a small coffee bar. Upstairs is also where all the seating is. I’m a firm believer in standing and dancing at concerts, but if you brought a parent or just need a breather upstairs is pretty much the only place you’ll find a seat (apart from a small alcove downstairs.) The second floor provided a better view of the stage; however, it fills fast. The railing has a good view, but arrive early if you want to guarantee space. " hide
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