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Stephanie's On Newbury
190 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116

Stephanie Sidell Sokolove is the owner of Stephanie's On Newbury. Sidell Sokolove worked in the food business forMore over 25 years before opening a restaurant of her own. She directed almost every aspect of the restaurant from the menu to the decor. The meals are all made from scratch and are spun into "sophisticated comfort food" that enlightens and comforts at the same time. Stephanie's On Newbury was voted Citysearch's Editorial and Audience Winner for the "Best Patio Dining" in Boston three years in a row.

 

Espresso Royale Caffe
286 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02115
For those who appreciate all that Newbury Street has to offer, Espresso Royale Caffe is the perfect place for breakfastMore or lunch. On a nice day, its wealth of pleasant outdoor seating (garden level) forms a charming counterpoint to the hub-hub of the "caffe's" interior.  The Espresso Royale Caffe is immensely popular, particularly with students, who come for the fairly traded organic coffee (roasted on site) the huge variety of teas, and the gourmet sandwiches.  The kettle-boiled bagels, freshly made and served daily until 6pm, are a favorite.  In 2009, it was declared a Best of Citysearch Winner.
Lux Bond & Green
418 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116

This fine jewelry store is always buzzing with men and women looking to find the perfect something.  Owned andMore operated by the third-generation of Green Family, Lux is the official jeweler of the Boston Red Sox.

Lux has a very popular Bridal Registry, and it offers a no-hassle online diamond search for those looking to find something extremely specific and who don't have the time to pop in.

There is a custom jeweler onsite who no doubt contributed to winning Lux the Winner of Improper Bostonian's "Boston's Best" Fine Jewlery 2010.

L'Espalier
774 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199
Executive chef and owner Frank McClelland has been a culinary celebrity for a number of years. He was the 2007 JamesMore Beard Award winner for Best Northeast Chef and is applauded for his commitment to local ingredients, most of which are grown on his own farm. Lunch at L'Espalier is a la carte. Dinner features a two- or seven-course prix fixe meal. Weekends also include teatime between 2pm and 3:30pm. The cuisine is eclectic, French-inspired fare with a New Englander's sensibilities. Monthly events appealing to true foodies include Wine Mondays, Cheese Tuesdays and Top Shelf Thursdays, which occasionally feature a celebrity guest for a special look at the art of the cocktail. L'Espalier is also available for weddings and other catered events.
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