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Homemade Peanut Butter Cups Recipe

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Just in time for Easter, our pastry chef has shared her Homemade Peanut Butter Cup recipe! This recipe is perfect to make with kids; they can help stir the chocolate and place the filling. Make your own Easter candy this year or make these as a fun activity for April break!

Boston Marathon 2015

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Whether you are running the Boston Marathon or cheering on the runners from Hopkinton to Boylston Street, you'll need the proper fuel for the day! On Sunday, April 19, we will be once again hosting our pasta dinner, which is $19/person for all you can eat pasta and salad!


Please inform server if you or anyone in your party has a food allergy.


Mixed Greens, Cherry Tomatoes, English Cucumber, Shaved Red Onion, Black Olives Balsamic Dressing

Choice of the following: Linguine, Gemelli, Whole Grain Penne or Gluten Free Pasta

Choice of the following:
Tomato Basil Sauce with grilled Chicken and Asiago Cheese

Bolognese, Ground Sirloin, Parmesan Cheese

Pesto Cream, Grilled Chicken, Roasted Tomatoes, Baby Arugula

Garlic Oil, Artichoke Hearts, Cherry tomatoes, fresh Basil

Above served with Ciabatta & Kalamata olive dinner rolls

St. Patrick's Day Menu

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St. Patrick's Day is less than a week away, and we are putting a delicious twist on some St. Patrick's Day favorites! The below menu will be offered a la carte on March 17.


Corned Beef and Cabbage Pierogies, Roasted Apples, Whole Grain Mustard Cream Sauce                10


Shepherd’s Pie- Lamb, Heirloom Carrots, Garlic Parmesan Whipped Potatoes                       18

Fish and Chips- Guinness Battered Cod or Hake, House Made Chips.                                                 20

Bangers- House Gravy and Kale Colcannon                                                                                            18


Irish Cream Swirl Brownies- White Chocolate Ice Cream, Bailey's Whipped Cream                  7


Caramel and Chocolate Shortbread Cups Recipe

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Cooking with kids is a great winter activity, and these Caramel and Chocolate Shortbread Cups are something the whole family can make together. With gooey homemade caramel and rich, delicious shortbread, these won't last long. Maybe you should make two batches!

To taste some of the delicious treats made by our Pastry Chef Christina Allen-Flores, come into ArtBar and try our dessert menu!

Spiced Caramel Bacon Popcorn

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Home cooks everywhere are getting their Super Bowl menus ready! Our Executive Chef Brian Dandro likes to prep for the big game ahead of time, leaving as little work as possible on Superbowl Sunday.

“I am a big fan of things that require as little game day work as possible, so there’s no chance of missing  the action.  My go-to is Pulled Pork in the slow cooker overnight, then I make a simple coleslaw and bake some corn bread right before the game.      Another favorite is Turkey Chili with nachos – you can’t go wrong with that as a quick fix during half time” shares Dandro. “For a nice sweet and salty snack, my family loves spiced caramel bacon popcorn.”

Luckily, he is sharing his recipe for the addictive Spiced Caramel Bacon Popcorn with our blog readers! It goes perfectly with a cold beer and a Patriots Super Bowl win!


1.25 gallon popped popcorn

3 cups raw skin on almonds

10 slices of bacon cooked to a light crisp and chopped

¾ cup light corn syrup

¾ pound of butter

3 cups light brown sugar

1T Kosher salt

¾ tsp baking soda

1 tsp red pepper flakes

1 tsp cayenne pepper

Place popcorn, bacon  and almonds in a large bowl.

Melt butter then add corn syrup and brown sugar- bring to a slow boil.

Combine salt, baking soda, red pepper flakes and cayenne.

Once caramel reaches 255 degrees, add dry spice mix to the pot and stir until it forms a foamy consistency throughout.

Pour over popcorn mix and coat all.

Transfer to pan lined with wax paper and bake at 280 degrees.

Bake for 10 minutes and then stir around in the pan ensuring almonds are evenly distributed throughout. Put back in oven and repeat process 2-3 more times for a total cooking time of about 40 minutes.


Once removed from the oven for the last time, do not stir, let clusters form so everything sticks together.

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