Racked is no longer publishing. Thank you to everyone who read our work over the years. The archives will remain available here; for new stories, head over to Vox.com, where our staff is covering consumer culture for The Goods by Vox. You can also see what we’re up to by signing up here.
Sick of your usual weekend haunts? We've got the cure for day-off boredom—memorable brunch, boutique-hopping, and a neighborhood sight—in our newest feature, Perfect Saturday.
- Image via Found/Facebook
- Foundry on Elm (255 Elm Street) is home to one of Eater Boston's Pizza Week breakfast pizza<
- Found (255 Elm Street) is a high end counterpart to the also-popular secondhand shop Buffalo Exchange across the street. Items move quickly so act quick when you find a treasure, whether it be a Celi
- Magpie (416 Highland Avenue) bills itself as a "hipster craft store"—an ideal place to seek out locally-sourced items and gifts like jewelry, glassware, and cards. Many of its makers are Somerville-based, but one
- The Boston Shaker (69 Holland Street) seeks to transform your bar cart (or lack thereof) with all the niche tools, cocktail books, and obscure ingredients that your Pinterest boards require. They can't guarant
- Sacco's Bowl Haven/Flatbread Somerville (45 Day Street) is a relic of a New England past. Candlepin bowling is the name of the game here, and expect to wait a hot minute for a lane to o
In honor of Pizza Week over on our sister site Eater Boston, we're dedicating our weekend appetites to those cheesy, tomato-slathered hunks of dough that rule (or destroy) our diet. Fortunately, the beloved food has worked its way onto brunch menus around town, including Foundry on Elm right smack in the middle of Davis Square. We've assembled a Saturday itinerary to follow, full of high end consignment, a quirky Somerville gift shop, and the ultimate spot to stock your bar cart—all rounded off by some classic candlepin bowling.
· All Perfect Saturday posts [Racked Boston]