Secretary of State William Galvin, who is being challenged by fellow Democrat and Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim, will speak at Doyle's Cafe on Tuesday night. Galvin was first elected as Secretary of State in 1995. He will be speaking at a JP Progressives meeting, which is open to the public. RSVPing is requested and can be done so by clicking on the Facebook link above. The Secretary of State is a lesser known state elected position, but it is a very important role.
Gubernatorial candidate and Newton Mayor Setti Warren will be speaking at Doyle's Cafe on Thursday night. Warren will be talking at a JP Progressives monthly meeting that starts at 6:30 pm. Updates from JP Progressives on "resisting Trump's GOP," Raise Up Agenda, criminal justice reform, local elections and more will kickoff the event. A discussion with Warren will be around 7 pm. The two-term Newton mayor is a Democrat who previously worked in the White House when Bill Clinton was president, and also worked for former US Senator John Kerry.
What do you think is the "best" restaurant in Jamaica Plain according to TripAdvisor? Does your favorite restaurant make the Top 10? If you said Doyle's is ranked #1, then you are correct. According to TripAdvisor.com, Doyle's Cafe is the #1 restaurant in Jamaica Plain out of 79 restaurants in JP rated on the site. Out of 402 reviews, Doyle's received 188 "excellent" ratings.
What do you think US Senator Elizabeth Warren ordered when she visited Grass Fed this past weekend in Jamaica Plain? The answer: A grilled cheese and tomato sandwich with a root beer float, according to Boston Magazine, who spoke with store supervisor Ida Khojandpour. Warren is definitely familiar with the JP cuisine scene, having poured beers at Doyle's Cafe in 2012. More recently, Warren supported one of Massachusetts' most famous food favorites: Dunkin' Donuts. In June, she brought a bunch of donuts to the US House Democrats at the US Capitol during a sit-in protesting bills blocked by House leadership to expand background checks to prevent suspected terrorists from buying guns.