Dining Out

Progressive idea leads to South End dinner crawl

Dinner Crawl A recent dinner crawl includes (clockwise from top left) drinks at banQ, roasted bluefish at Hamersley's Bistro, a sorbet dessert at Union Bar and Grille, and a nightcap at Pho Republique. (Globe Photos/Wiqan Ang)
By John Burgess
Globe Staff / August 20, 2008

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Remember progressive dinners - of a '50s evening, one would merrily go from house to house with friends, each hostess serving a different course? Well, neither do I; despite being around back then, I never actually attended one. But from magazines and TV, I gleaned that they would eventually be a feature of my social life: mock turtle soup at ... (Full article: 957 words)

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