La Bodega, a recent addition to the Watertown restaurant lineup, made Boston Magazine’s list of places to grab a tropical cocktail. At the restaurant founded by Chef Gabriel Bremer and his wife Analia Verolo, some drinks are prepared at the table and finished by dissolving cotton candy into their caipirinha, a Brazilian drink. The restaurant features a Uruguayan and Basque food, and offers other South American libations. Read more by clicking here: https://www.bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/2018/06/05/south-american-cocktails-boston/
Live Well Watertown will host the Winter Soup Fest where chefs from the Eat Well Team will have healthy and warming soups to sample.
The Eat Well program is open to all Watertown residents and offers hands-on experience and fun with a focus on Watertown’s diverse ethnic cuisine. Join us for one or more classes and learn how to select fresh, local, healthy foods and prepare nutritious and delicious meals. The Soup Fest is the first event in the series for 2018, and will be held Wednesday, February 28 from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at the Watertown Free Public Library, 123 Main St., Watertown, MA 02472
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As the end of October approaches, so does the end of the season for the Watertown Farmers’ Market and there are some special events this week.
The final market of the year will be held from 2-6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26 on the green outside Panera Bread in the Arsenal on the Charles. Organizers of the Farmers’ Market sent out the following message:
Thank you all for coming to market this year — What a wonderful season. Please join us this week for the last market packed with activities including face painting, raffles, and delicious, local food! Come celebrate the end of the season with us, stock up for the next several weeks, and thank the vendors who make it all happen.
End of the Season Celebrations at the Watertown Farmers’ Market. Join us in celebrating the last three weeks of wonderful food local food and our farmers and vendors who make it all happen! The Watertown Farmers’ Market is held Thursdays 2:00-6:00pm June 1-October 26, Rain or Shine at the Arsenal on the Charles, 311 Arsenal Street. Celebrations
Oct. 12 – End of Season Raffle
Stop at the Market Manager’s tent to enter our raffle for your chance to be one of 5 lucky winners of $10 in market gift certificates!
The Watertown Farmers Market still has a few weeks left, and there are some fun activities and of course local farm and food stands. The Watertown Farmers’ Market sent out the following information:
The Watertown Farmers’ Market will be open for 3 more weeks! Join us in celebrating the last couple of weeks of wonderful farmers and local food producers all in one stop. Stock up on the variety of products that store or freeze well and say farewell to last time guest vendors. We appreciate your continued commitment to support our vendors who work hard to supply the local food that makes our market great – Don’t stop now!
On Thursday, the Watertown Farmers Market and Eat Well Watertown teamed up to bring a guest chef this week to do a cooking demonstration using the products available at the market. Watertown Farmers’ Market sent out the following announcement:
Community Chef Carabeth Connolly will be showcasing select seasonal produce from our vendor’s farms and will be demonstrating how to prepare a healthy and delicious dish starting at 4:00 pm & 5:00 pm. Stop by to learn how to make Zucchini, Corn, and Quinoa Bowls, try a sample, and pick up the ingredients needed right at the market! The market is open 2-6 p.m. every Thursday afternoon through the end of October. It is located at the Arsenal on the Charles, on the green in front of Panera Bread.
It’s National Farmers’ Market Week, and Watertown’s own market will celebrated with special events on Thursday. The Farmers’ Market sent out the following information:
The Watertown Farmers’ Market joins markets across the country in celebrating National Farmers’ Market Week where we celebrate the awesome farmers, vendors, and community networks we support while shopping at the WFM and other locally-sourced markets. Join us in celebrating this Thursday with free prizes, market trivia, and shopping with all of your favorite farmers and vendors. Don’t forget to let them know how much you appreciate their hard work! On your way into the market, be sure to stop by the Market Manager’s tent for free giveaways to show your market pride and enter in our raffle for your chance to be one of 5 lucky winners of $20 in market gift certificates!
Watertown’s Chef Mike Fucci will battle fellow chefs to see who can grill up the best steak at the Culinary Fight Club in Newton, and the proceeds will go to fight hunger. The Culinary Fight Club will be held Monday, July 31 from 6-9 p.m. at Hotel Indigo Boston-Newton Riverside and will raise money for Fight2Feed and Three Squares. Fucci, who runs Chef Mike’s Catering in Watertown and is a winner on Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen, will compete against Jes Childers of Port Bistro, Arty Bruno of Grill 139, Douglas Rodrigues of North Square Oyster, Drew Blanckenberg of Cricket Cafe and Catering and Justin Rexroad of Clipper Tavern. The chefs will each attempt to make the perfect steak. Attendees can sample each chef’s creation and vote for their favorite.
Two of the biggest names in the Watertown food scene have teamed up. Food Network featured chef Mike Fucci has become the head chef at The Talk Restaurant, the Watertown Square spot owned by Kaz and Lisa Keuchkarian. Fucci has run Chef Mike’s Kitchen catering business for many years, and has not worked in a restaurant for about 15 years. In February, he appeared on Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen and won the challenge for football food called “Fry-Day Night Bites.” Moving into a restaurant kitchen is an exciting and sudden opportunity for Fucci, who got a call on July 5 asking him if he wanted the job.