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BAGLY’s Heels for Hope tickets now on sale

Tickets for one of my favorite Boston Pride events, Heels for Hope 2018, are now on sale and this year’s theme “Under a Big Top” makes me think this year’s event is going to be the best on yet. Show … Continue reading

closed: BoMA Bar & Restaurant

A couple of local blogs are reporting that the South End restaurant, BoMA, which first opened less than two years ago has closed. I have reached out to staff and the owner for confirmation but have not heard back.  The … Continue reading

$4 Draft beers at BoMA all day today

Beat the heat with a craft beer at BoMA. If I wasn’t in NYC I’d be there.

Heels for Hope at BoMA Restaurant & Bar tonight

Don’t miss Heels for Hope at BoMA Restaurant and Bar at 1415 Washington St. tonight.  So grab some pumps (mental note I need to get to Boomerang’s South End to get some shoes),  and come down to BoMA with friends … Continue reading

South End restaurant buzz: BoMA to become The Elephant Walk

For all of you curious to find out what will happen next now that BoMA Restaurant & Lounge has closed.  Yesterday I spoke with the owner and earlier today he shared via email that The Elephant Walk, a French / … Continue reading

Heels for Hope at BoMA: Wednesday, June 11

Wednesday, June 11th, Michael Labrecque is hosting Heels for Hope at BoMA Restaurant and Bar at 1415 Washington Street in the South End.  The event, Heels for Hope, will honor BAGLY and include raffles and other fun for everyone who … Continue reading

Hand Taste Collective comes to BoMA

The Hand Taste Collective is a Cambridge-based group that has previously hosted two pop-up dinners at Somerville restaurants, Daddy Jones and Spoke Wine Bar.  Next Monday they will cross over the Charles River to take over BoMA Restaurant and Bar. Monday, … Continue reading

Heels for Hope

Each year there is that one party or event that exceeds expectations and floods Facebook with photos.  For Boston Pride 2014, I think that event was Heels for Hope. When Michael Labrecque and his friends approached BoMA to host a … Continue reading

BosGuy’s 2014 Boston Pride Guide

Boston Pride officially kicks off tomorrow at 12PM at City Hall when Mayor Walsh and The Boston Pride Committee raise the Rainbow Flag. Multiple official and unofficial events transpire each day through Sunday, June 15th when Boston Pride officially closes. … Continue reading

Boomerang’s South End special edition sale

Boomerang’s South End location will be closed on Thursday, opening at 5PM for their Special Edition sale. The event is open to the public but you are encouraged to RSVP. Food and drink will be provided by Brix, BoMA, The … Continue reading

South End restaurants and bars open tonight

Despite the fact that there is a snow emergency, parking ban in effect most South End restaurants are open for business (at least for tonight).  To entice you to come out some restaurants are offering social media “Blizzard Specials”. For … Continue reading

Chef Ryan Kelly named Executive Chef at BoMA

Following rumors reported earlier this year by Eater Boston, BoMA Restaurant Bar & Grill announced today that Chef Ryan Kelly (Clio, Tonic Canary Square) has been named the new Executive Chef. Chef Kelly’s new menu is now available and features … Continue reading

BoMA opens tonight at 6PM

The wait is over. The doors to BoMA open at 6PM tonight.  No reservations are being taken (at least for tonight).  Good luck BoMA! You may read more about BoMA and my recent dinner held prior to tonight’s opening, here. BoMA … Continue reading

Restaurant review: BoMA Restaurant and Bar

After more false starts than an entire NFL season, BoMA Restaurant + Bar finally opened their doors to the public last week.  The renovation of the space is dramatic and exudes a warm and cozy vibe.  Dark colors contrast with … Continue reading

BoMA sneak peek before opening this week

Last week BoMA Restaurant in the South End had a soft opening, and I was fortunate enough to sit down and enjoy the meal served compliments of Shane Manfred and chef Chris Bussell. I’ll refrain from providing a full review until … Continue reading