Cambridge, Massachusetts is a beautiful and interesting little city, separated from Boston by the Charles River, and built on a series of squares. Although many people come to Cambridge for its excellent universities – both Harvard and The Massachusetts Institute of Technology are located in Cambridge – here at Local Pickins we have other reasons… Read More A Foodie Stroll through Inman Square
Here’s a news flash for everyone out there – this year marks the 100 anniversary of Mother’s Day! For those of you wondering how this grand holiday was officially established in the US, you can thank Anna Jarvis, an unmarried woman who was childless, from Grafton, West Virginia. Following the death of her own mother, Anna… Read More Marveling at the options for Mother’s Day!
Off on a trip? Planning which restaurants you want to eat at? That’s usually an easy task with little homework. But here’s a really good foodie tip that nobody thinks of…take a foodie tour! Local Pickins is all about helping you have a food adventure wherever you are and nothing beats walking a unique neighborhood… Read More Little Havana – A Cuban Food Adventure!
In the midst of historic Old City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Berley brothers both fit in and stand out. They have taken everything from the décor and machinery of their shops to the recipes and processes they use to handcraft their ice creams and confections straight out of American history. On the other hand, the… Read More Eating, the Old-Fashioned Way