Easy, breezy and low-carb to boot!

IMG 6497 300x225 Parmesan Crusted Chicken

Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 22 minutes

Serves 4-6

4 boneless skinless chicken breast (pound lightly with mallet before

salt and pepper
½ cup mayonnaise
¾ cup Parmesan cheese
¼ tsp. pepper ½ tsp. garlic powder
2 green onions, minced


1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Spray baking sheet with cooking spray.
Place lightly pounded chicken breasts on sheet and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

2. In bowl mix together mayonnaise, Parmesan cheese, garlic powder and green onion until well combined. Spread even amount of mixture over the top surface of each chicken breast.

3. Bake 20-22 minutes (temperature should be 165 degrees in thickest part of breast)

4. Let chicken rest for 5 minutes before serving for crust to set.

TriplePlay 231x300 Triple PlayWe have teamed up with Regina Pizzeria and Modern Pastry to challenge locals and visitors alike to a quest in honor of the upcoming Red Sox season. Beginning April 11th, 2014 we are putting guests to the test to see who can successfully complete the Triple Play, a dine-around of North End must-try dishes. You are challenged to embark on a culinary exploration of the area by ordering signature dishes.

To complete the Triple Play, you must order two traditional cannoli ($2.50/each) from Modern Pastry, located on 257 Hanover Street, the infamous Giambotta ($19.99) three pound pizza from Regina Pizzeria located at 11 1/2 Thacher Street and a Lobster Sub made with 14oz of fresh lobster meat & mayo on a grilled long sub roll ($29.99) at Pauli’s. Once the journey is complete, guests are asked to mail in receipts collected from each location to us and be rewarded a pair of Red Sox tickets to an upcoming game. Triple Play begins April, 11th, 2014 and will be ongoing through August, 2014 or until tickets run out. For more information please visit: www.paulisnorthend.com.

wrap2 A Symphony of Shellfish: Dive into the Best Lobster Roll in Boston

Time and again restaurant critics and bloggers have ranted to open-minded food lovers about one New England-based sandwich; Pauli’s Lobsta Roll. Available in two sizes, the 7-ounce Lobsta Roll and the 14-ounce Lobsta Sub, this sandwich has a stand-alone reputation. Year after year it maintains legend-status through an unfaltering effort to satisfy hungry visitors in the Northend.

Why are Pauli’s lobster rolls the best Boston has to offer? It’s a simple question with a simple answer; it’s all about the meat!

Pauli’s lobster rolls are built on a solid, top-loading bun foundation. Freshly baked bread is lightly buttered and tossed on the grill for extra crunch. Primed and ready for action, the roll is loaded with 7 to 14 ounces of lobster meat. This is not just any blended lobster filler. Pauli’s lobster is delivered daily from Globe Fish Co., consistently guaranteeing only the freshest prime knuckle and claw meat. Boston’s best lobster roll never cuts corners.

A real lobster roll needs no accompaniment to shine, but what seals the deal at Pauli’s is a squeeze of lemon juice and just enough mayo to hold it all together. At once toasty and chewy, there’s no substitute for ‘lobsta’ subs and rolls from one of the best restaurants in Boston.

True to their promise of wicked fresh, crazy good food—it’s no surprise a sandwich like this has become a symbol not just of Pauli’s incredible sandwiches, but of New England’s seafood tradition. Don’t be afraid to look down the nose of Boston’s best lobster roll; stop in, order up, and take a resounding first bite you’ll never forget.

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