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Boston Restaurant Blog -- May, 2007

Friday, May 25, 2007

More Info on Our Unreviewed Restaurants Feature

As I mentioned in the blog last week, we have a new section on unreviewed Boston and New England restaurants. Basically, this special feature includes restaurants that we have either not been to yet or have not yet reviewed, but believe that they may be good candidates for being featured on Boston's Hidden Restaurants. Through word of mouth, postings and emails from our readers, and a lot of research, we have come up with this small but growing list of mostly little-known restaurants that are of interest to us.

One thing we are attempting to do with this feature is to identify restaurants that seem unique in certain ways; for instance, one restaurant might have outdoor dining along a river while another may be located on a country road in the middle of nowhere. What we are trying to do is avoid listing restaurants that seem even slightly generic.

Each restaurant that we list includes a form where our readers can post their own reviews of these dining spots, so if you have been to any of them, please feel free to post comments on these restaurants. Below are a few restaurants we have listed so far:

-- Brax Landing Restaurant (Harwich Port, MA)

-- Floating Rock (Revere, MA)

-- Freestone's City Grill (New Bedford, MA)

-- Gibbet Hill Grill (Groton, MA)

-- Lawton's (Lawrence, MA)

-- Meeting Street Cafe (Providence, RI)

-- O Cantinho (Cambridge, MA)

-- Peterborough Diner (Peterborough, NH)

Please post us your reviews of any of these restaurants (and any others that are within this feature). We look forward to hearing from you!

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MH said:
Just a quick update on this list: O Cantinho in Cambridge is now closed.
Posted on 11/1/07

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