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The Suffolk Journal

The beloved couch from the original series, available for fans to enjoy their coffee on.

Friends-inspired Central Perk Coffeehouse brings welcoming environment to Back Bay

Sarah Roberts, News Editor November 17, 2023

Bostonians can now immerse themselves into the “Friends” lifestyle when they visit Central Perk Coffeehouse in Back Bay. Don’t worry though, there aren’t any smelly cats there. The location is...

Local businesses sell goods at the holiday winter market at the Seaport districts Snowport.

Snowport kicks off the holiday season

Keely Menyhart, Staff Writer December 7, 2022

Snowport is a winter wonderland market in Seaport that is sure to put every visitor right into the holiday spirit.  Patrons of the seasonal market are met with bright white lights and holly all throughout...

Your guide to turkey day: What to watch as you prep Thanksgiving dinner

Your guide to turkey day: What to watch as you prep Thanksgiving dinner

Emily Beatty, Arts & Culture Editor November 15, 2022

Every year, dozens of Thanksgiving specials, movies and sporting events take place on turkey day. Check out this guide to see the best episodes and programs to watch as you prepare your holiday feast. The...

A staff member at 73 Tremont celebrates the fall-themed foods and activities.

Falling right into the Festi-ful

Keely Menyhart, Journal Contributor October 12, 2022

Suffolk University Dining teamed up with the Student Leadership and Involvement office and WSFR Suffolk Free Radio on Oct. 6 to put together a free event where students could engage in fall-themed activities...

Nash Bar, located on 253 Tremont Street, brings the Music City scene to Beantown.

Put on your boots and giddy on over to Boston’s Nash Bar

Sarah Lukowski, Arts Editor April 19, 2022

Bostonians can get a taste of Nashville at one of Boston’s newest themed bars, Nash Bar & Stage.  Nash Bar, on 253 Tremont Street in the Theatre District, opened in December, filling the vacated...

Emmets, located right on Suffolks campus, provides authentic Irish meals and drinks.

How to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Boston

James Bartlett, Multimedia Editor March 8, 2022

St. Patrick’s Day is almost here. After two years of COVID-19 cancellations, Boston is ready to begin one of its most historical and longest-running cultural celebrations. Boston is known for having...

The atrium of Bostons High Street Place with a greenery wall, open floor plan and vendors around every corner.

New food hall opens near campus

Lauren Comeau, Journal Contributor March 8, 2022

An exciting new update has been released about High Street Place.  After a long two-year delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the highly-anticipated High Street Place food hall is finally open to the...

The team – Biplaw Rai, Nyacko Pearl Perry, Kwasi Kwaa and Rita Ferreira – behind Comfort Kitchen, located in Uphams Corner, Dorchester.

Comfort Kitchen uplifts local community and celebrates African diaspora

Emily Collins, Staff Writer February 22, 2022

“Cafe by day, restaurant by night” is what you can expect from Dorchester’s up-and-coming Comfort Kitchen.  This new restaurant, which will open this summer, is the perfect place to go for...

The interior of Ramsays Kitchen, which recently opened in Bostons Mandarin Oriental hotel.

Gordon Ramsay’s new Boston restaurant hits the spot

Ashley Fairchild, Asst. Copy Editor February 22, 2022

Famous chef and TV personality Gordon Ramsay opened a new restaurant on Boston’s prominent Boylston Street. The aptly named “Ramsay’s Kitchen” fits right into its location at the Mandarin Oriental...

Entrance to the High Street Place food hall (100 High Street) stands empty, as the company prepares for its long-awaited grand opening this March.

High Street Place to take on the Boston food scene this March

Lauren Comeau, Journal Contributor February 15, 2022

Calling all Boston foodies! Something exciting will soon be arriving to the Boston food scene.   High Street Place, Boston’s newest gourmet food hall, is set to open in March 2022 in the Financial...

Babka treats being cut up for customers to enjoy at Bostons newest bakery, Bakey, located on 151 Tremont St.

New bakery next to Smith Hall hits the sweet spot

Ava Costa, Journal Contributor October 12, 2021

If you live in Smith Hall, you are in luck. Five steps to the left of 150 Tremont St. in Downtown Boston beholds Bakey, a new bakery owned by chef Uri Scheft, who has been in the business for 30 years. Originally...

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