A {Not Your Avg} Foodie Guide | Greater Boston

September 2018


Village Tavern

168 Essex Street | Salem, Massachusetts | Menu

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This may be a touristy place since it’s right off of Essex Street, but I was starving, so I popped into Village Tavern for a bite to eat. They boast that they have won the award for best burger, but I thought a lobster roll sounded better that day. I chose to get the cold lobster roll, but wish I got the warm roll. There was a little too much celery in the roll, so I picked most of it out while I was eating. Otherwise, it was good!


Kane’s Donuts

90 Oliver Street | Boston, MA | Menu

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Kane’s Donuts is a specialty donut shop in the Financial District. There donuts are usually too sugary for me, so I try to pick donuts that I like to deem as “basic.” They’re not really basic, as they’re still delicious - they’re just not the fancy donut {ie. maple bacon, snickers, etc.}. My favorite is the blueberry donut - it has the right amount of sugar for me.


Tres Petite Creperie

1707 Massachusetts Ave | Lexington, MA | Menu

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I was visiting a friend in Lexington and we decided to check out Tres Petite Creperie. It was a great decision. I ordered the Spring Brie Crepe which includes brie cheese, strawberry jam, and bacon topped with mixed greens. I’m not a huge jam fan, but decided to try it. Upon eating the crepe, I noticed it wasn’t really much of a jam. It was more of a strawberry puree. It was a sweeter breakfast, but delicious none-the-less. I would go back to try other items!