Trapeze School New York Beantown's instructors marry exercise and art as they teach trapeze calisthenics to aerial athletes of all skill levels, winning praise and coverage from publications such as the New York Times, Huffington Post, Boston Herald, and Wall Street Journal. Their skilled instructors team up with students to safely defy gravity during aerial classes, party packages, and kids' summer youth programming, which span airborne disciplines such as flying trapeze and silks to nonairborne skills such as juggling.
The school fuels communication within the high-flying community through a digital discussion group and special events. Additionally, TSNY's nonprofit community-outreach branch donates flying-trapeze instruction to underprivileged people and supports the arts and sciences through fundraising events.
Sports, Steaks & Spirits combines the television-studded walls of a sports bar with the hearty comfort food of a neighborhood pub. Menu items include baby back ribs and half-pound burgers, as well as more internationally inspired dishes, such as tempura-fried shrimp with coconut breading. Cooks can also top hand-stretched, thin-crust pizzas with a combination of 17 available toppings, including basil, sausage, and red onion.
Although its menu might distinguish Sports, Steaks & Spirits from other bars, guests are also welcome to just knock back a beer while watching Boston sports teams compete for control of the world’s supply of silver-plated trophies. Sixty plasma televisions line the bar’s walls, and all booths boast their own small screen, which may have prompted Patch to describe the spot as “a veritable North Reading sports haven.” Even the color scheme evokes the feel of well-trodden sports turf, surrounding visitors with yellow-green walls and pool tables lined with emerald-green felt.
Scosso Ristorante & Bar combines Italian delicacies with an extensive wine list and martini menu. The expansive martini menu offers a variety of flavors such as strawberry lemonade, Smores, and French berry. They delicately artfully plate center cut filet mignon, karabuta pork chops, and fresh Atlantic haddock with scallops and shrimp, dressed in white-wine sauce. They celebrate the classic Italian styles of preparation—romano, parmigiana, and marsala, to name a few—with dishes sporting chicken, veal, and shrimp, but make them their own with minimalistic platings.
The opulent post-modern interior plays with perceptions, taking the clean lines that one expects from modern décor and adding mind-bending curves and squiggles. This effect is found in everything from the chair backs to the support pillars and bannisters.
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The kitchen at Brodie’s Pub elevates typical bar bites with quality ingredients, such as Angus steak tips and turkey tenderloins. Bowls of housemade chili and chowder whet taste buds for elaborate sandwiches, such as veggie-stuffed chicken-teriyaki pockets and the Famous Philips burger, whose housemade italian sausage has never signed an autograph. An array of beers and other drinks are available to complement any entree, from barbecued-turkey-tip salad to fried chicken wings served buffalo-style or with duck sauce.
For more than 40 years, The Pub has keep it simple, from its straightforward name to its nondescript brick-wall exterior and a simple sign that reads "PUB." But when it comes to the local tavern's menu, there is nothing plain about it. In fact, the menu's signature wings, fried and slathered in buffalo sauce, earned a Boston A-List nomination for Best Wings 2012 and an invitation to dine with the mayor. In addition to wings, The Pub also sates appetites with a variety of classic bar foods, from sweet potato fries and mozzarella sticks to hot pastrami sandwiches and cups of seasonal beef stew. Those looking for a heavier meal can aim forks at chicken, steak, and sausage dinners served with a side of french fries, rice, or salad.