Hi everyone! I am heading to Boston for the next few days....where should I go to eat....i'm looking for a great place to get an early morning breakfast....can be healthy or naughty! where should i go for yoga.....or just to talk a walk? is there anything I must do while i'm there....would love any suggestions
"At Grezzo, we are committed to bringing you flawlessly fresh food with its life force still intact. The concept is green, organic and locally grown vegan, raw food served in an upscale style and setting. Our menu changes daily and reflects the availability of organic, high quality, living foods."
It's owned and operated by a woman I went to high school with.
You might also want to pack a raincoat....it's supposed to be stormy on Saturday.
Enjoy being in New England! There isn't any other place like it. :-)
Ooh, Boston! Love it and miss it so much. Lived there for 8 years. I would suggest walking the Esplanade. It's right on the Charles River, you can walk the loop and cross over into Cambridge and walk by MIT. It's gorgeous this time of year! When you're done, walk down Charles Street right into the heart of Beacon Hill. Very Boston! If you want to venture out of town, check out Masao's Kitchen in Waltham(I think it's still around). It's a vegan/macrobiotic restaurant @ 581 Moody St. Waltham, MA 02453 Enjoy the city!Deb
I live about a half hour south of Boston and am hoping that you are doing a book signing while there!! I think your book is going to change my life, Alicia...you are such an inspiration.
And I agree with the others about checking out Fanueil Hall and Boston Common. Boston is a walking city-so much to see and do, so try to take it all in! Also, it's very beautiful here in Massachusetts this time of year! I hope you have a great visit.
Hi Alicia, If you are near the South End I recommend O2 Yoga http://www.o2yoga.com/ & while you are in the area Flour Bakery has some vegan options http://www.flourbakery.com/ & Wheelers Frozen Desserts is 100% vegan ice cream http://www.icecreamproject.com/. For a dinner option I like The Elephantwalk http://www.elephantwalk.com/ which also has a variety of vegan choices. I have never eaten at Grezzo's but I have heard good things about it & want to try it someday. I hope you will enjoy your stay in Boston. I am hoping to bring my granddaughter to the library on Saturday.
Other great Boston options: The Other Side Cafe (vegan options, raw vegan options) Espresso Royale/Bagel Rising (Vegan Options)- great bagels with tofu creamcheese My Thai (vegan) there is one on Beach Street in Chinatown and there is also one in Brighton Herrells (vegan options) - located in Cambridge and as at least 1 non-dairy ice cream Wheelers (vegan) - ice cream and sandwiches Chili Duck (vegan options) Addis Red Sea (vegan options)- Ethiopian there are 2 locations; 1 in Boston and 1 in Cambridge YoMa (vegan options)- located in Allston next door to Grasshopper- Make sure to ask for the vegetarian menu The Middle East (vegan options) - located in Cambridge Lizzy's Ice Cream (vegan options)- located in Cambridge has sorbet and tofutti