Eat in Roslindale

I file a column for the Roslindale Transcript about the neighborhood’s great eateries in my capacity as a Roslindale Village Main Street board member.

“Due to exorbitant energy costs and the low dollar, folks with a zest for interesting food and travel have few options these days other than watching “No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain.”

Fortunately, Roslindale Village provides a roll of restaurants, bakeries and food shops, which itself reads like something out of a travel guide. There are specialty shops to purchase fresh meat and cheese, more than five bakeries to procure warm bread, pastries and cakes and restaurants to dine indoors or outside along with a wine shop.

The Boston Globe captured the gastronomic spirit of the neighborhood recently, writing, ‘The village is a food lover’s paradise, with ethnic markets, inviting restaurants, and a belt-straining six bakeries. Here, you can find burritos, baklava, bibimbop, pizza, paella, and pho.’

The unique quality of Roslindale Village goes far beyond offering a diverse set of sumptuous offerings. The neighborhood offers a captivating collection of the old and new, a balanced blend that makes for great eating.”

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One Response to “Eat in Roslindale”

  1. Bryna's other half Says:

    Welcome, my friend, to the WickedLocal family…

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