4/02/2013 09:45:00 AM

Culinary Makeover: 5 Ways to Improve Boston's Dining Scene

Where's the love for Eastern European cuisine?

Contrary to movie stereotypes, Boston’s dynamic dining scene offers more than bean, cod and chowda’. But there’s always room for improvement. So we asked some of the city’s top chefs and restaurateurs to chime in on what they’d like to see in the local landscape.

2 comments :

  1. Greetings, A general comment!

    I have lived outside the USA for about thirty years. And travelled the world as a consultant for another twenty.

    At first, the cost of most of my meals were tied to my employer or client. Later, mostly my own expense

    In each case I ate well. Easier when the client was paying.

    More challenging and more fun when it was out of my own pocket.

    When I finally stopped travelling constantly, I began trying to chose affordable local (Metro Boston area) places.

    THE ISSUE: NOISY, (NO ABSORTIVE MATERIALS IN THE STRUCTURE? ALSO PLAYING LOUD MUSIC! DO THE RESTAURANTERS REALLY BELIEVE THAT INTERFERING WITH ENJOYING THE FOOD, THE AMBIENCE AND THE SERVICE, AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE THE GESTALT EXPERIENCE WITH ONE'S GUESTS, IS INCONSISTENT WITH THE PLEASURE OF EATING WITHIN AN UNSOUNDPROOFED, LOUD MUSIC ENVIRONMENT?

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  2. Loud music is everywhere. It is blasting at Legacy Place outside in Dedham. They aren't original . . . they copied the practice from California malls.

    Restaurant owners are nuts.

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