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6 Mouthwatering Dishes You Must Try This Winter
Winter dining is all about comfort food, and trying new and innovative flavors. We checked out some of our favorite Boston eateries as they unveil some delicious menu additions for the winter season. Check it out:
Baked Haddock from The Barking Crab – Boston, MA
The Barking Crab’s buttered haddock is baked to perfection with coarsed breadcrumbs and Ritz crackers (yes, we are drooling too.) The fish is oven baked and then broiled on the pickup for some char marks. Served with a side of lemon, buttered jasmine rice and steamed broccoli.
The Highlander Burger from Blue on Highland – Needham, MA
An eclectic suburban favorite featuring al fresco dining options, retro bar and lounge area, Blue on Highland serves modern American fare in it’s chic Needham Heights location. And whether you stop by for lunch, dinner, or to socialize after work, you’ll want to pull up a chair and try the chef-inspired burger named for the place! Featuring 100% Ground Chuck, Cabot Vermont cheddar cheese, braised short rib, roasted garlic Worcestershire demi-glace, red onion strings, Boston lettuce, heirloom tomato, on a toasted brioche roll, this ultra-satisfying dish is best washed down with any of Blue on Highland’s refreshing craft beers on tap.
The Jumbo Combo from The Hard Rock Cafe – Boston, MA
Perfect to share! There’s something for everyone in Hard Rock’s Jumbo Combo – a collection of their most popular appetizer’s including; Signature Wings, Onion Rings, Tupelo Chicken Tenders, Southwest Spring Rolls and Bruschetta. Served with honey mustard, hickory barbecue and blue cheese dressing for dipping.
Cioppino from Top of the Hub – Boston, MA
This classic seafood stew is known in a variety of versions. It is a hearty dish that’s low in fat, light but satisfying and flavorful. We are starting with a savory broth made with onion, garlic, bell peppers, tomato, fish stock and a hint of chili. This is done ahead of time to intensify and infuse the aromas. Next clams are added to the broth, releasing their juices while they cook. Mussels, Jumbo prawns and a local fish join, as well as potatoes, leeks, spicy chorizo and an ample amount of fresh flat leaf parsley. All together is slowly simmered until cooked through. Top of the Hub’s cioppino is served in a deep bowl. A thick ciabatta bread crostini, baked with garlic butter completes the dish and provides the means to savor the last bit of delicious broth.
Miso-Glazed Chilean Sea Bass from Fleming’s Steakhouse – Boston, MA
Indulging is easy and welcomed at Fleming’s this Holiday season. Enjoy a taste of their new Miso-Glazed Chilean Sea Bass nestled on a bed of spinach and arugula, accompanied by Shishito peppers and orange supremes. It pairs beautifully with Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc.
Tuna Tartare from Mistral – Boston, MA
The Tuna Tartare, a classic first course at Mistral, has been a signature dish on their menu for years. The highest quality sushi grade tuna is paired with ginger and soy, and topped with elegantly arranged wontons. The flavors of the sauce highlight the freshness of the fish, and the wontons offer the perfect amount of crunch, contrasting the silkiness of the tuna. Trust us, this dish is a “must-try”.
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