Life's Short - Eat Better
My lifelong passion for cooking started at a small gourmet bakery and cafe in the little village of Newton Upper Falls, MA. Twenty+ years later, with the help of family and friends, I branched out to be able to share with others what I've learned - that through better food, you live a better life.
We're no longer in the Upper Falls but we're still in Newton with a beautiful new kitchen (closer to the Mass Pike and Boston!) and we're excited about what the future holds.
As I see it, "Better Food" means a lot of things: better tasting, better ingredients, better presentation. Our goal is to return to a time when food and friends and family were synonymous with life and that made life better.
Because it's all about "Better food for a better life."
Life's short - Eat Better
Tennis Racquet Club, Boston –
The Hamlem Room is available on the third floor overlooking one of the oldest indoor tennis courts. It’s a private club located across from the Capital Grill and Better Life Food is the preferred caterer.
Plumbing Museum, Watertown
Sounds quirky but it’s really a neat place. You can bring in all your own beverages.
Robert Treat Paine Estate, Waltham
Gorgeous Arts & Crafts style summer home of Former Massachusetts Attorney General.
Commander’s Mansion, Watertown
Beautiful old mansion. Great venue for smaller parties and cocktail receptions.
Endicott Estate, Dedham
Large colonial revival mansion with a plenty of room for a large cocktail reception
Society of Arts & Crafts, Seaport-Boston
Urban Space with a super cool vibe. Guests can peruse the current exhibit while attending the event.
Friends Meeting House, Cambridge
Located within walking distance of Harvard Square. This 18th Century compound is a beautiful spot for quiet entertaining.
Loring-Greenough House, Jamaica Plain
Georgian country mansion set on two acres of landscaped grounds in the center of one of Boston’s
greenest neighborhoods, Jamaica Plain
Needham Historical Society School House, Needham
Fun old one room school house connected to the Needham Historical Society Museum. Guests are able
to peruse the museum during the event.
William H Prescott House, Beacon Street, Boston
Elegant former home of the Boston Merchant build in 1808
1858 Town House, Sherborn
Old great hall still used for private functions