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Where to Watch the Game in Boston

Where to Watch the Game in Boston

The HUNT Boston writer Brittany Fischer would probably be met with resistance if she proclaimed that Boston’s professional sports teams are the best in the land. So she won’t; instead, she’ll just offer you the numbers, without commentary: since Y2K, Boston has claimed nine sports championships — more than any…

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Al Fresco Dining across the U.S.

Al Fresco Dining across the U.S.

Summertime is in full swing, which means city-dwellers are spending as much time out of doors as they can handle. Check out our writer’s recommendations on where to dine al fresco in cities all across the U-S-of-A. Anable Basin Sailing Bar & Grill – New York City Summer in New…

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North America’s Hippest Hotels

North America’s Hippest Hotels

Choosing a hotel can be an overwhelming experience – there are so many options and so many booking sites that it can be hard to know where to even start. That’s where we come in. Check out our picks for the hippest hotels in North America, from Austin to Vancouver,…

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48 Hours in Boston

48 Hours in Boston

  No matter if you’re running in the Boston Marathon, cheering someone on, or visiting the Massachusetts capital for the first or fiftieth time, this American city is as close as you can get to Europe without flying overseas. It’s an insanely clean, breathtakingly gorgeous place where cobblestone streets, gas-lit…

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Best Seafood Spots for Good Friday

Best Seafood Spots for Good Friday

Whether you’re observing Lenten traditions this Good Friday, prescribe to a pescatarian diet or are simply craving a dose of Omega 3, The HUNT Guides can help you figure out where to eat, no matter where you may be. Barcelona Though La Cova Fumada is rumored to be where Barcelona’s…

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Meals on Wheels – The Food Truck Revolution

Meals on Wheels – The Food Truck Revolution

First it was Fro-Yo. Then it was cupcakes. Dessert bars started popping up like mushrooms in a forest. Peruvian cuisine became muy caliente. Tapas sharing plates became de riguer, Foraging for your food in Scandinavia is now considered a gastronomic experience, rather than the byproduct of a camping trip. And…

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