Wednesday, March 13, 2013
More than 1,000 people dined and drank their way through 50 booths at the 3rd Annual Taste of MetroWest, presented by the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night.
Who hasn't heard someone complain about hospital food? Tuesday night, many were talking about MetroWest Medical Center's food but it was a good thing. Taste attendee Leslie Singer Useloff said she "loved the 'hospital food' from Metro West Medical Center." She was not the only one. MetroWest Medical Center won "best appetizer" for its Margarita Shrimp and "best presentation" at the 3rd Annual Taste of MetroWest at the Sheraton Tuesday night. The event, which attracts more than 1,000 attendees and 50 of the area's best restaurants and brewers, is presented by MetroWest Chamber of Commerce. While chatting with diners, Patch picked up some buzz about a few Wellesley locales. Award winners Tuesday night, besides the medical center were: Pepper…
Friday, March 16, 2012
The Cottage wins this week.
Last week it was auto service, the week before it was sandwiches this week it was St. Paddy’s day, and you picked another winner. The Cottage – Wellesley of Linden Square won the reader’s choice for best place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Wellesley with 12 votes. That’s all it would need to take his week’s crown. Next week, be on the lookout for best gym/place to workout.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Valentine's Day is fast approaching and those of us who have procrastinated need to make plans and could use some advice.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and for the Question Of The Day, we want to know the most romantic restaurant in Wellesley. Might be the atmosphere, might be the food or the locale. The Cottage, Blue Ginger, Cafe Mangal and Alta Strada are good choices, but if you're into more low key dining, how about Old School Pizza, Maugus or even Papa Razzi? If you're stuck, here's a list of restaurants posted on The Swellesley Report You tell us. Where is the most best place in Wellesley to take your valentine for a romantic dinner?
Friday, September 2, 2011
Construction workers kissed it, boys touched it, more than one person stood in awe and everyone wanted a photo as the legendary hardware visited The Cottage.
Builder Tony Cogliano was having a sandwich at the Linden Store when someone got a phone call, looked up and yelled to no one in particular, “the Stanley Cup’s at The Cottage.” “I ran down here and saw those two big, black Escalades parked here and I knew,” he said. School Committee Member Wendy Paul just happened to be having a quiet lunch at The Cottage with her brother visiting from New Hampshire when she saw the coveted hardware. Michael Eld and Tom Sardina got a text from their boss at the Wellesley Water and Sewer Department. “He was holding the cup,” Eld said. The two former Wellesley High School hockey players knew immediately where they would spend their lunch hour. And so it was that for an hour at The Cottage restaurant on …
Happy Labor Day weekend.
1. Did you get a chance to see the Stanley Cup yesterday? Kim Jacobs, wife of Boston Bruins executive Vice President Charlie Jacobs, brought the cup to The Cottage for lunch yesterday. 2. A Wellesley family last night had a party for Elizabeth Warren, a Cambridge woman who may throw her hat into the ring to run against Scott Brown for his U.S. Senate seat. 3. FUNtatstic Saturdays for Kids continues at Linden Square tomorrow. Families can head to the courtyard in front of Pinkberry for face painting, balloons and snacks. This event will go on each Saturday in September. 4. The weather should be OK for both today and tomorrow. The National Weather Service says today will be hot and sunny with a high of 75 degrees, and tomorrow …
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Lord Stanley’s Cup made the rounds at The Cottage this afternoon.
The Boston Bruins’ championship parade continued this afternoon in Wellesley. Kim Jacobs, wife of team executive Vice President Charlie Jacobs, brought the Stanley Cup to The Cottage, her favorite restaurant, she said. Kim Jacobs said she’s still in awe of hockey’s top prize, even after four months. “It’s pretty amazing,” she said. “It got to the house this morning it pulled up, they pulled it out of the car and it still takes my breath away.”
Thursday, May 19, 2011
This is what you had to say about Wellesley's best chefs and restaurants.
This week, Patch Picks directs you toward the best chefs in Wellesley, as picked my readers and Wellesley Patch: