Sunday, January 7, 2018

“The [Two Sevens] restaurant is an open space with large windows and a casual, industrial feel. It has 100 seats, and features food from Central and South America. Patrick Lacey is the chef. The offerings, made for sharing, include octopus tostadas, papusas, tacos, guacamole, short ribs, salads, ceviche, pork belly, grilled chicken, wings, salsas made with peppers from Fenwick’s Great Road Farm, and more. In addition to Jarritos, house-made horchatas, and fruit drinks, Two Sevens’ bar serves Latin spirits, wine, beer, and cocktails.

Prices for appetizers and tacos range from $5 to $10, salads are $9 to $12, small plates are $10 to $14, items from the grill for two or three people to share are $23 to $26, sides are $6, brunch is $12 to $24, and non-alcoholic drinks are $3 to $9.”

Gardening in winter

January 7, 2018

Screen Shot 2018-01-07 at 11.50.44 PM“Playing in dirt is a gardener’s delight. We may tend to think of planting early crops such as peas, salad greens, and potatoes as the beginning of the gardening season. In truth, the work of gardening begins long before that, and it starts in the living room or the den in the dead of winter.”