The word foodie is one of the commonly overused and misunderstood terms in every day “lingo”. The new food culture is no longer just a sensory experience, a figment of social media or even #foodporn. A real foodie thinks critically about the food that they eat. The Foodies of 2020 seek to inspire and nourish not just their bodies, but also their hearts, their conscience, and their minds. Want to know what it will take to be a food in this new decade, we’re here to help!
Find A Purpose!
There are always pending issues such as hunger, malnutrition, food insecurity and climate change at the core of the global agenda, consumers have more of an obligation than ever before to make impacting decisions about what they eat and how they eat it. Being intentional about your choices, from choosing farm to table options or dining local. It’s about having a connection to what you’re eating and who you’re spending your dollars with. Every time you make a purchase from someone in your local community, you’re voting with your dollar and you’re supporting their dream for a healthier, more equitable and more sustainable foods.
Know Your History!
Foodies are looking for opportunities to learn about food, where the meal comes from, and how it reflects different cultures. Ask your questions, after all you are a foodie, meals dictate your life. Foodies want to know where their food has been, from farm to fork. This includes the people, the places and the supply chains behind their food. Foodies know these relationships play a huge role in their buying decisions.
It’s Not About The Price Tag
Foodie culture isn’t as shallow or uppity as it used to be. The image of snobby chefs are left for who turns up his nose at the diner in sneakers is in the past. The power of food to bring people together means that it can inspire a revolution. A big part of being a Foodie is knowing how to get food into your mouth and where to get it!
Where To Eat
When you’re searching for somewhere to eat in Boston North End. Somewhere without the foodie poseurs! Visit Assagio is located on Prince Street in the North End, Trattoria II Panino located on Hanover Street, Mare is also located right on Hanover Street in the North End of Boston and Quattro located on Hanover Street in the North End of Boston. While you’re staying at Bricco Suites bring out your inner foodie while being walking distance to so many delicious restaurants.
Stay at Bricco Suites in the North End
If you’re someone who likes accommodation and convenience, Bricco Suites is the place for you to stay! Not only do we provide the best quality services to our guests but we are in walking distance to so many unbelievable Italian restaurants. The North End is located right next to downtown Boston so you’ll also be close to many other attractions and activities. Book your stay with us today!