Looking for Places to Eat and Things to Do?

As we enter “meterological spring”,  those of us who are not snow people are looking for something that will help our winter blues:

1- Do you like to browse for antiques year round?   Where best to browse but in New England’s oldest antique shopping district with more than 500 dealers (Route 4 Antique Alley in NH – through the towns of Northwood, Lee, Epsom, and Chichester NH). Visit their website http://www.nhantiquealley.com/ for more info

OR Perhaps you might like a trip to Essex MA.  There are more than 30 antique shops on Rte 133 in Essex (just a 45 minute drive from Boston)

2. Have you tried out Mardi Gras – New England style?   Yes, even New England can celebrate Mardi Gras and where else but at Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston.  Come down on Fat Tuesday, March 4th, between 2pm and 6pm for the Mardi Gras Procession and then to the restaurants in the Marketplace to celebrate. 

3. St Patrick’s Day is just around the corner.   Don’t miss Lowell’s Irish Cultural Week  with the St Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday, March 9th.

OR Perhaps take the trip into South Boston, where they hold the second largest parade in the country.  Parade kicks off at 1pm on Sunday, March 16th.  The parade winds its way from West Broadway, winding its way through the streets of this old New England town and ending several hours later at Andrew Square. 

2. Want to start your day on a fun note?  Stop by the Gingerbreadh Construction Company in either Winchester or Wakefield and enjoy one of their delicious muffins (including 19 innovative flavors – a Phantom Gourment favorite includes the Chocolate Dreme with luscious chocolate creme injected into a most chocolate muffin)

OR Perhaps a stop at Mul’s Diner on West Broadway in South Boston.  Try their eggs benedict layered with prime rib NY sirloin or Phantom Gourmet’s favorite, Creme Brulee French Toast

OR Travel to In A Pickle on Moody St in Waltham and tempt your palate with enormous fluffy buttermilk pancakes.  Load them with Snickers, M&Ms or Reeses Peanut Butter Cups or perhaps one of more than a dozen kinds of omelets.                       

Hope I have given you a few thins to look forward to as we enter the last days of winter.  Remember to turn your clock’s ahead next weekend as we step that much closer to the official first day of spring, soon to hear those true sounds of spring and summer – “Play Ball”

Happy March –

Joan Parcewski, Woods Real Estate       www.JoanParcewski.com    Joan@woodsre.com    Cell 978-376-3978

GRI (Graduate Real Estate Institute, CBR (Certified Buyers Representative), SFR (Short Sale & Foreclosure Resource), LMC (Loss Mitigation Certified), CDPE (Certified Distressed Property Expert), CIAS (Certified Investor Agent Specialist), SRES (Senior Real Estate Specialist), AHWD (At Home with Diversity), BPOR (Broker Price Opinion Resource), GREEN, E-PRO, MRP (Military Relocation Professional)

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