Counting is a funny business. Some tribal languages count just one, two and then many. For most of our history we had to live with human counts, with all their concomitant problems. Fortunately at the height of the industrial revolution, a few people hit on the idea of using a… continue reading.
The Asgard has become something of a running joke in the office. Our marketing savant, Janet Aronica, harbors a deep affection for the ostensibly Irish pub. Our lead developer, Robby Grossman, meanwhile, never holds back an eye roll at the mention of the place. After experiencing the restaurant during our… continue reading.
Between meetings and vacations, there were but five of us at lunch this week, which took us to Garden at the Cellar. The restaurant bills itself as a gastropub, which seems accurate enough. As a concept, the “gastropub” has never resonated with me. (Bear in mind I would prefer a… continue reading.
What we like to eat can be revealing. While airport customs officials and TSA screeners raise an eyebrow at the truffle oil or three kilo pain Poilâne in my luggage, at least one member of our team would sooner eat a sock than let a spear of asparagus graze his tongue. Needless… continue reading.
The Shareaholic team goes out to eat together each Friday. Our in-house food connoisseur, Joseph Kibe, will be posting about our experience each week as we explore the restaurants in Cambridge. Dining in the Boston metro area makes one hope rather fervently that Robert de Niro and Nobu Matsuhisa will add… continue reading.