Food: Brunch @ The Salted Slate – Providence RI

This past weekend we brunched at The Salted Slate in our favorite part of Providence RI – Wayland Square. An easy ride into town is Providence, one of the cutest and easiest to navigate cities here in New England. Great food, a huge mall, sites to see, an Ivy League school… Providence really does have…

Food: Nachos at The Black Cow in Newburyport

This past weekend we made a trek up the coast to the seaside, and quintessential New England town of Newburyport.  A spot we frequent in the warmer months as the seaside breezes and drinks at The Plum Island Grille are a summer must! However, this time it was for a lunch visit w/ an old…

Food: The Local – Burger w/ an EGG!

Gents, I was in the mood for a burger last Saturday… It just so happened that our aptly named “local” spot The Local in Wellesley had just the thing. A spot we hit on the regular w/ the whole fam, they do it up right. Good Wine and Beers, even a cocktail when feeling fancy,…

Food: French Press Coffee & Bakery – Needham MA

Coffee. It’s essentially our life blood. The day doesn’t begin until at least 1 cup of joe is consumed. It sounds counter-intuitive but I get up earlier then necessary to have a cup or 2 of coffee. That time in the morning is very important.

A Quick Trip to NYC

The Holiday season has come and gone… not sure how exactly?! But for as much as we LOVE the Christmas and New Year holiday, its a bit stressful – to say the least! So, for us, a road trip is a very peaceful and a relaxing activity, we plan a bit, but really, just pick…

The Cottage – Wellesley

Our love of the burbs, especially Metro West continues! Saturday we dined at The Cottage in Wellesley.  A place we have been before, and a spot we consider for date nights on the regular! A high end feel yet a very comfy place – its a great combo, and a place you can bring kids,…

Going Going Back Back to The Hamptons!

Each year we take a long October weekend and head south, across New London sound to the farthest most eastern point of Long Island.  We then travel through vineyards, past historic diners and farm stands and into the land of the 1%, the rich and famous, The Hampton’s.