Somerville: Home to Best Wine Shop, Sommelier, Gourmet Pizza and Cool Cocktail
Boston Magazine announced its Best of Boston 2011 awards Tuesday, and Somerville earned 11 awards.
Somerville is home to the best wine shop in the Boston area. It's also home to the best sommelier, gourmet pizza, cool cocktail, bowling alley, barbecue, vintage clothing store, weekday brunch place and vegetarian restaurant, according to Boston Magazine.
The magazine, a glossy that covers the city's culture, restaurants and shopping scene, among other things, announced the 2011 recipients of it's Best of Boston awards Tuesday.
Somerville walked away with 11 awards.
In addition to the those listed above, the magazine also gave out honors to the best "Somerville neighborhood eats" and "Union Square eats."
The issue of the magazine hits newsstands as early as Tuesday. That said, Somerville Patch was unable to find a copy after visiting the CVS in Davis Square, the Tedeschi Food Shop in Davis Square and the 7-Eleven at Broadway and Cedar Street.
Somerville will sit down to some good wine, which comes expertly recommended, and wait for the delivery trucks to make their drop-offs.
Below is the list of Somerville's Best of Boston 2011 recipients:
Best Barbecue: Redbones
Best Weekday Brunch: Trina’s Starlite Lounge
Best Somerville Neighborhood Eats: Foundry on Elm
Best Vintage Clothing: Poor Little Rich Girl
Best Bowling Alley: Sacco’s Bowl Haven
Best Cool Cocktail: The Rita Moreno at Gargoyles on the Square
Best Gourmet Pizza: Posto
Best Sommelier: Kai Gagnon, from Bergamot
Best Vegetarian: True Bistro
Best Wine Shop: Ball Square Fine Wines
Best Union Square Eats: The Independent