Bloggers Take on Boston

Wouldn’t that be fun, if a whole bunch of food bloggers did an eating crawl of Boston? Kind of like a pub crawl, but to try all different types of food? Hmmm. . . Yesterday I got to meet up with a few of my favorite Boston bloggers at Myers + Chang in the South End, undoubtedly one of my favorite places to eat because of its deliciousness, reasonable prices, and menu flexibility. They really offer a range of foods, lots of veggie items, and everything is incredibly fresh and tasty. For our 1:00 reservation, I met up with Caroline from Caroline Dines, Gina from Simply Life, Kelly from She Wears a Red Sox Cap, Kirsten from Tales from Two Cities, and Meg who often guest blogs for her sister on Blue Plate Special. We sat down and perused the dim sum menu, then started marking our choices. From pretty much any seat in the house, you can watch the busy cooks at work, and they are FAST!

 

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We ended up ordering a bunch of different dishes and sharing, which was a lot of fun.
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Sweet potato fritters with sriracha aioli and papaya slaw image
Shitake mushroom and Chinese greens dumplings image
Yummy lychee and prosecco cocktail
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Five spice tofu and garlic chives

 

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Crispy spring rolls
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Kimchee pancakes. . . so good ;) It was so much fun to have lunch with a group of people with similar interests. We talked about blogging, food, work, travel. Myers + Chang was a great location for such a meeting as it is laid back, and the family style service allows for lots of sharing and tasting. I am obviously obsessed with this place, and it was fun to introduce a group of foodies to another great Boston restaurant. Let’s do it again soon, ladies! Have you ever been to or hosted a blogger meetup in your area? I can not believe it, but I am about to meet hundreds of food bloggers in one place. Aaaaah!

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  1. Mardi@eatlivetravelwrite’s avatar

    That looks so fun! Great that you were able to try so many different dishes too. I can’t believe I am about to meet a whole bunch of bloggers (and some BIG names!) in a few days!!!

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  2. Meg C.’s avatar

    Thanks for including me, it was great to meet you all!

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  3. Caroline’s avatar

    Great recap! I seriously am craving those dishes today, I can see why you go all the time! And if you want to plan a food crawl I would totally be into it :)

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  4. Lele’s avatar

    Um, I’m a blogger in Boston, and if you ever have a food crawl I am TOTALLY IN!

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  5. annenglish’s avatar

    I guess i’m the new kid on the block. This looks like so much fun!!! And the pub crawl? Sounds.awesome. I’d do it!

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  6. whitney’s avatar

    awe the meet up sounds like suchhh a blast! and the food looks delish! i haven’t done a meet up yet because no one lives near me! boo!

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  7. carolinebee’s avatar

    Oh my goshh sounds sooo fuN!!! I had been meaning to get back to you, but my weekend got crazyyy and my parents were in town only for 4 days, so I spent the whole day with them! Def e-mail or shoutout in the future if you have any more foodie adventures :) Can’t wait to read all your Boston hot spots!

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  8. Allie (Live Laugh Eat)’s avatar

    This looked like so much fun! I’m hosting one with another blogger next weekend!! I hope it goes well :)

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  9. Jolene (www.everydayfoodie.ca)’s avatar

    I have never met any other bloggers – I swear I am the only one in my city :-(

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  10. Erin’s avatar

    I will totally come up from Providence if there is a food crawl! That sounds like a whole lotta fun :)

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  11. Jessica (A Fete for Food)’s avatar

    I’m a Boston (area) blogger and would love to join in on your food crawl/blogger meetups! We had one last weekend at the Boston Veg Fest. Lots of fun! I’m going to Foodbuzz too. Want to meet up? :-)

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