Boston is steeped (pun intended because of the Boston Tea Party) in history. The location of the Boston Massacre. Love that Dirty Water. R2D2. Memories of the genius of Yo Yo Ma and the BSO. The Map Room. Christian Science Center and reflecting pond.
Legal Seafoods is an institution in itself in Boston. There are many locations throughout Boston, but I have tried the Copley and Prudential locations. For a lobster enthusiast, I have given a gift certificate for them to enjoy several fresh lobster dinners at the restaurant or through online, home delivery.
My sisters love seafood and so we split several dishes. We had the fresh steamers with drawn butter for $14. The flavor was delicious and we devoured the appetizer in no time.
The Fried Fisherman’s Platter with succulent shrimp, tender scallops, calamari, clams and scrod, lightly crisp french fries and tartar sauce for $27 was a fried seafood dream.
We thought it was very clever that our server used a remote payment system to process our payment. It’s clear Legal Seafoods is a leader in efficiency and technology in the restaurant space.
The Pinkberry on Newbury recently opened and it was packed. There were approximately 15+ people waiting in line and after a 10 minute wait, we made it to the front of the line to taste the various flavors including coconut, chocolate, original, lychee, mango and pomegranate.
Pinkberry was created in LA and we believe its tangy non-fat yogurt is light and satisfying.
Decisions to decisions. Do we want a smoothie? Parfait or take a quart home?
There were so many toppings including kiwi, strawberries, raspberry, blueberry, mango or waffle cookie, chocolate chips, mochi and gummi bears.
A decorative original flavor yogurt with waffle cookie, kiwi, mango and raspberries.
Additionally, Pinkberry at the Prudential is finally open, located right near Wagamama and Vineyard Vines.