Autumn brings a rich and abundant bounty. At Venezia Boston, our chef, Gianni Caruso, pays close attention to what Mother Nature is providing and creates dishes highlighting the beautiful flavors, textures, and colors of the season. Here is a sneak peek at our new fall menu.
Celebrating Thanksgiving can be exciting and filled with anticipation, but it can be nerve wracking for the host. So much to do, so much to think about, and hardly any time to relax. But there are ways in which the host can tackle necessary chores head-on and enjoy the holiday and feast along with everyone else. Here are a 5 tips to make sure your Thanksgiving doesn't end up being a turkey of a day.
Being responsible for your company's holiday party or event can be a daunting task. That's why we're here to help you out with this checklist. Breaking down the tasks one by one will help you get through it, and these tips should help you do that in a calm, methodical way. After all, you want to enjoy the party too!
September is here and it's back to school, back to work, back from the beach house, and yes…back to rushing around. Lazy afternoons with fresh corn in the cob and cool salads are becoming a distant memory as we gear up for fall and back to the old grind. But help is here!
Smile for the camera? Maybe not so much anymore. Just like the styles of wedding dresses have changed over the years, so has wedding photography. Here’s a look at 5 of the wedding photography trends we’re seeing in 2018.
The Venezia Restaurant welcomes guests all year round for a delicious dining experience right on the edge of beautiful Boston Harbor. As a family owned business for generations, we pride ourselves in helping you to feel like part of our family the minute you step inside.
Your wedding day. It's one of the most important days of your life so you want to make it as close to perfect as possible. Many brides-to-be (and grooms) freak out early on and ask, "Where should we have the reception?" What do we look for in a wedding venue?" "Where do I even begin?"
It was right after I graduated from college, and of course I thought of myself as a fully functioning, independent grown up. Classic work clothes filled my closets, colorful posters filled my walls, and the crammed schedule of an exploding social life filled my calendar. In the true spirit of my self-proclaimed maturity, I decided that I would take my mother to lunch for Mother's Day.
At one time, Mother's Day meant making mom breakfast in bed and giving her a handmade card or maybe buying her flowers. Nowadays, there are many ways to wow mom. No matter what your mom likes, here are 5 ideas for celebrating your mother in and around Boston this Mother's Day.