Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Learn about how to get involved in East Somerville in 2013.
The following was sent by East Somerville Main Streets about a meeting happening Wedensday, April 10 at Casey's: Want to know more about how to get involved in East Somerville or what plans are for 2013? You're invited tonight to attend the East Somerville Main Streets (ESMS) Open House and Volunteer Rally. East Somerville Main Streets will showcase volunteer opportunities for the 2013 calendar year, while also sharing their plans for the year! Enjoy free appetizers, raffles—and an opportunity to make a video -- to be posted on facebook—about why you love East Somerville and ESMS! Special Guest Speaker, School Committee Representative Steve Roix. Free and Open to all, 6:30-8:00pm, Casey's, 173 Broadway.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Hundreds came to Lower Broadway Tuesday to sample the neighborhood's food. If you've got photos to share, add them here.
The second annual East Somerville Foodie Crawl, organized by East Somerville Main Streets, took place Sept. 25. About 600 people came out to sample food from the neighborhood's collection of restaurants, many of them representing culinary traditions from around the world. If you want to share photos of the Foodie Crawl, click "Upload Photos and Videos."
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Sample foods from around the world on Lower Broadway.
The East Somerville Foodie Crawl, which celebrates the culinary diversity of East Somerville, takes place Tuesday night. The event, now in its second year, was originally scheduled to take place Sept. 18, but it was postponed due to rain. The Foodie Crawl, organized by East Somerville Main Streets, lets visitors sample the wide variety of foods available on Lower Broadway, which has restaurants representing culinary traditions from around the world—from Mexico, Ethiopia, El Salvador, Italy, Haiti, Ireland, Brazil and elsewhere. You can get tickets here. East Somerville Foodie Crawl Postponed to Sept. 25 East Broadway Foodie Crawl Afterparty Bands Announced This Week on 'Greater Somerville': East Somerville Foodie Crawl (Which is Sept. 18) …
Monday, September 17, 2012
Due to expected rain, the Lower Broadway culinary event will take place next week.
The East Somerville Foodie Crawl, where food fans come to Lower Broadway to sample dishes from the neighborhood's wide variety of ethnic restaurants, has been postponed to Sept. 25, according to the event's website and Facebook page. The culinary event was originally scheduled to take place Sept. 18, but the weather forecast is calling for rain, so organizers have moved the date. East Broadway Foodie Crawl Afterparty Bands Announced This Week on 'Greater Somerville': East Somerville Foodie Crawl (Which is Sept. 18) Tickets Available for Sept. 18 Foodie Crawl PHOTOS: East Somerville Foodie Crawl
Sunday, September 16, 2012
This year, the Foodie Crawl will feature afterparties and some live entertainment.
The East Broadway Foodie Crawl takes place on Sept. 18. For those who weren't there for last year's Foodie Crawl, the restaurant event takes place on Lower Broadway in Somerville, which is home to restaurants that serve an array of food from around the world—from Mexico, Ethiopia, El Salvador, Italy, Haiti, Ireland, Brazil and elsewhere. A $20 ticket ($25 at the door, if they're still available), lets you crawl from restaurant to restaurant, sampling what's on offer. You can get tickets here. In the event's first year last October, more than 1200 people came to East Somerville to celebrate the neighborhood's culinary diversity. This year, there will be some afterparties, complete with live entertainment. East Somerville Main Streets, which…
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Renee Polcaro of East Somerville Main Streets talks about the Foodie Crawl on Lower Broadway, taking place Sept. 18.
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Saturday, September 15, 2012
The following is from SCATV's "Greater Somerville." Note, you can also watch the interview with Renee Polcaro here: "This week on Greater Somerville, Renee Polcaro, Vice President of East Somerville Main Streets, chatted with hosts Joe Lynch and Kyann Anderson about the wildly popular Annual East Broadway Foodie Crawl. The organization, a non profit dedicated to the improvement of the business and residential neighborhoods of East Somerville, is once again producing the event scheduled to take place Tuesday, September 18, 2012. Watch the show here greatersomerville.wordpress.com and make sure you get your tickets early by visiting www.eastsomervillemainstreets.org."
Saturday, September 1, 2012
The Foodie Crawl in East Somerville takes place Sept. 18. Here's some information about it.
Last year, the inaugural Foodie Crawl in East Somerville drew large crowds. East Somerville Main Streets is running the event again. It takes place Sept. 18, and here's some information, sent by East Somerville Main Streets: Think You Know Somerville Cuisine. Think Again. Foodie Crawl to Feature Unusual Local Bites. SOMERVILLE – Think you know Somerville Cuisine? Think again. This September those with an adventurous spirit and a curious palate will hit the streets for the Second Annual East Broadway Foodie Crawl. The event winds ‘crawlers’ through the small locally owned restaurants of Somerville’s East Broadway Business District – leading people to taste foods they didn’t even know existed. East Somerville Main Streets led over 1200 …
Monday, August 13, 2012
Lower Broadway is on the verge of significant change. Discuss what's happening and the neighborhood's future at a meeting Monday night.
Lower Broadway in East Somerville is undergoing a significant, $8 million, two-year reconstruction. The roadway is getting redesigned, most significantly by bringing the two lanes of traffic in each direction down to one lane in each direction. The reconstruction will also widen sidewalks, add trees and benches, and improve lighting, crosswalks and traffic signal phasing. Tonight, there's a meeting about all this change and about the area's future. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Cross Street Community Center, 165 Broadway. Here's some more on what's happening: City Breaks Ground on New East Somerville Park Upcoming Roadwork Projects in Somerville Get Ready for Two-Year Reconstruction of Lower Broadway $7 Million Plan for …
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
The "Foodie Crawl" lets people sample the wide variety of ethnic food available on Lower Broadway.
The East Somerville "Foodie Crawl," where people are able to hop from restaurant to restaurant to sample all the ethnic foods available on Lower Broadway, is taking place Sept. 18. Organized by East Somerville Main Streets, the "Eat Outside the Square Foodie Crawl" features cuisine from around the world: from Haiti, Ethiopia, Brazil, Mexico, El Salvador, Italy, Ireland and elsewhere. At the inaugural Foodie Crawl last October, more than 1200 people came to sample Lower Broadway's food, according to East Somerville Main Streets. A Groupon offering a deal on tickets helped get the word out. This year, organizers are selling fewer tickets because 1200 people were too many, according to an email sent by East Somerville Main Streets. Tickets, …
Saturday, July 28, 2012
Join a discussion about the future of East Somerville.