Liquid Hair Studios 640 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Liquid Hair Studios is a local favorite. It was twice voted "Best Hair Salon" by the Boston Phoenix newspaper,…More and it won the "Best of Boston" award from Boston Magazine. Liquid Hair Studios offers cutting-edge cuts and color for men and women.
Speakeasy Stage Company 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 Located in the Boston Center for the Arts building, the Speakeasy Stage Company produces and stages plays at…More the nearby Calderwood Pavillion, right on Restaurant Row in the South End. In the past few years, they've staged productions of The History Boys, Adding Machine: A musical and Bat Boy. This stage company has been nominated for and won a number of Elliot Norton and Irne Awards.
Teranga serves authentic Senegalese cuisine in a serene, earth-toned setting. Striped wood furniture adds an…More exotic flair, and abstract paintings from the owner's private collection -- all by African artists -- adds a touch of bold color to the walls. Large drum-shaped overhead lampshades complete the modern sophisticated ambiance.
Senegalese fare is intertwined with French and Vietnamese culinary influences, a result of France's colonizing of these two countries. Some of the most unique items on Teranga's menu are its authentic Senegalese juices - the creamy bouye, made from the fruit of the baobab tree; bissap, a very sweet blend of sorrel and hibiscus juices; and ginger which is blended with pineapple and spices. Specialties include Thiebou Djeun (also known as the national dish), a tomato-based herbal whitefish stew with vegetables. The restaurant's international beer and wine list will appeal to many tastes as well.
Banquette seating runs along the walls, and the bar seats ten people. Reservations are accepted for parties of six or more.