This Week’s Best Boston Happenings 7/31/15

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Hood Cooking with Chris Coombs
Hood Cooking with Chris Coombs

Photo Credit: Yale Appliance + Lighting

Yale Appliance + Lighting opened its second Massachusetts location in Framingham and celebrated the grand opening this week with a private cooking demonstration featuring Boston’s top chef Chris Coombs (Deuxave, dbar and Boston Chops) and Hood Cream. After watching Chris prepare pan-roasted cod with tomato cockle nage in the test kitchen, guests were able to sample the dish and left with some goodies compliments of Magic 106.7FM.

Grill 23
Grill 23

Photo Credit: Grill 23

Grill 23 has introduced a new cigar service at its Back Bay steakhouse. Although you still can’t smoke inside restaurants in Massachusetts, you can purchase a stogie from the on-site collection from L.J. Peretti tobacconists. The cigars are presented to diners in a humidor and include Davidoff’s robust Special “R,” Special “T” torpedo, Classic No. 2 Dominican as well as Rocky Patel’s Decade Torpedo, Vintage 2003 Cameroon and Montecristo’s Classic Series No. 3. Other selections include Arturo Fuente’s Hemingway Signature, Ashton’s Classic Churchill and Padron’s Anniversary Imperial.

Boston Public Market
Boston Public Market

Photo Credit: Boston Public Market

One of Boston’s most highly anticipated openings finally happened this week. Introducing the long awaited Boston Public Market, the new home of more than 40 different vendors where they can sell local fruits, produce, seafood, meats, breads and pastries year round. From farmers and fishermen to specialty food purveyors from Massachusetts and New England, the market hopes to be popular with locals and tourists alike. Located inside the marketplace is a kitchen classroom for cooking demonstrations. Open Wednesday through Sundays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., here you can find vendors like Nella Pasta, Chestnut Farm, Vermont Farmstand, Peterman’s Boards and Bowls and George Howell Coffee. Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh both attended the opening.

Museum of Fine Arts
Museum of Fine Arts

Photo Credit: Museum of Fine Arts

Over at the Museum of Fine Arts, Hump Day just got a little better with the celebration of Winesdays at Bravo. If you don’t think you can make it through to the end of the week, head over here each Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. now through October 28 to sample some wines and learn about new selections from the featured winery each month. The event also includes a sampling of hors d’oeuvres to go along with the wine pairing.

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