Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Three Trendy Tastes to Try in Boston This Weekend

Taste trends are always changing in and around Boston. Things that had once gone out-of-style are now transformed, revamped, completely brought back to life and are churning business tenfold. These three eateries are the newest iteration of what's going to set the tone for any upcoming event you want to make extra memorable. Enjoy a bite at Saltie Girl, FoMu and the Airdeck at Coppersmith for a totally updated experience on taste classics!

1. Saltie Girl

Saltie Girl

1. Saltie Girl

Saltie Girl, a 1,000-square-foot Back Bay restaurant, is a seafood-lover’s dream. The restaurant serves local and global sustainable fresh fish and seafood in all forms--think fried lobster and waffles with sweet corn butter and spicy maple syrup. Drooling? Us too! The venue, which opened in early June, can seat 30 guests (half in the main dining area, half in the bar) or host 35 guests reception-style. The restaurant is available for full buyouts and is closed on Mondays. Get a glimpse of their extensive menu and treat yourself to this taste trend!

2. FoMu


4. FoMu

FoMu, the beloved dessert company, serves up artisanal plant-based, 100% kosher pareve, vegan and allergy-friendly ice cream at its third Boston location in the South End. The new 1,100-square-foot space, which features high ceilings, natural wood floors, and multiple windows, has spacious lounge-and-cafĂ© seating and a large, reclaimed wood community table. FoMu, which opened in May, holds 18 seated guests or 30 reception-style. At FoMu, they are dedicated to the livelihood and sustainability of their community which is why their vendors and even artwork come from the Boston-area. From their Avocado ice cream to their Fresh Mint Chip, you'll get a taste for this trend in no time. Check out their online menu for more flavor options!

3. The Airdeck at Coppersmith


8. The Airdeck at Coppersmith

The Airdeck at Coppersmith, which opened in May, is the only rooftop bar in South Boston. The 3,000-square-foot space, outfitted with a vintage Airstream trailer-turned-full service bar (which we can't get enough of), rustic chic picnic tables, and flat screen TVs, overlooks the rapidly developing Southie skyline. Groups of 50 seated guests, or 115 standing, can enjoy barbecue and burger picnics delivered in a vintage Radio Flyer wagon. Plus there is free wifi! Gather with friends or take a lunch break for this taste trend and get to know Coppersmith's menu a little better before going. The Airdeck will soon become your go-to for a good time!

Evolve with the trends and devour the details at these three eateries today! Your taste-buds will be glad you did!

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