How is the food and drink at one of Boston's oldest bars?
For more than 100 years Beacon Hill residents and others have been eating and drinking at the Red Hat on Bowdoin Street. Have you been there recently? If so, how was the food and drink? Would you recommend the Angus burgers, steak tips, or salads? Please share your review with your fellow Patch neighbors and friends. To review the place click here and scroll down to the "Rate This Business" section. Or rate other food establisments in the "Places" section of Beacon Hill Patch.
Patch heads to Boloco to find out if a Thanksgiving dinner can successfully be stuffed into a burrito.
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- Mike Dunphy
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Perhaps if a "director's cut" existed of the first Thanksgiving in 1621, Hollywood might CGI some burritos into the spread of "fowle" and "deere" on the table of the 53 pilgrims and 90 natives who attended. Certainly these days, all sorts of Thanksgiving-themed sandwiches and wraps are popping up at Massachusetts Bay's restaurants, sporting historically festive names like "Mayflower" and "Pilgrim." Now Boston's hippest burrito franchise, Boloco, has brought back the Late November Burrito, after a four-year hiatus. It's just another example of what marketing maven Sara Steele-Rogers refers to as the business's "appealingly off-centered" approach to their menu. As one of the college students/young professionals that make up the majority of …