Sunday, May 5, 2013
Runners were asked to voluntarily donate $5 during the Highland Hash Spring Fun Run. Every cent counts and helps a Boston Marathon victim.
The Parkway Running Club raised $318 for the One Fund Boston through this past Thursday's Highland Hash Spring Fun Run. "@AmigosBurritos. $318 raised for @OneFundBoston. #HighlandHash pic.twitter.com/N9o9xTtYRt" tweeted West Roxbury Main Streets. Runners were asked to donate $5 to One Fund Boston, which is going directly helping the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. The runs are free for anyone, and et each Fun Run, participants meet at the venue where they can choose from either a 2.5-mile or 5-mile route. Thursday's started at Blanchard's in West Roxbury, and ends back at the venue with light appetizers and locally-brewed craft beer for 90 minutes following the run. Every runner (who wanted one) received a pint of the featured …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The run starts at Blanchard's at 6:30 p.m. and you'll get a pint of beer from Blue Hills Brewery and food from Los Amigos Burritos.
Parkway Running Club is asking all runners of Thursday's Highland Hash Spring Fun Run to make a voluntary $5 suggested donation to go to One Fund Boston. The runs are actually free for anyone with Thursday's starting at Blanchard's in West Roxbury at 6:30 p.m. At each Fun Run, participants meet at the venue where they can choose from either a 2.5-mile or 5-mile route. Each route ends back at the venue with light appetizers and locally-brewed craft beer for 90 minutes following the run. Every runner gets a pint of the featured beer - from Blue Hills Brewery in Canton - at the finish, compliments of West Roxbury Main Streets, and Parkway Running Club is generously providing the food at the event from Los Amigos. "Since the runs are free …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Los Amigos is celebrating its one year anniversary by selling $3 burritos today.
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Have you had a burrito from Los Amigos yet? How about on Thursday when they're $3 in celebration of the business' one-year anniversary.
Los Amigos is celebrating its one year anniversary on Thursday with a $3 burrito day. "The first year has not been an easy one and is always the hardest but we got through it with the help and support of our local community," said Dan Ustayev, owner of Los Amigos located at 1743 Centre St. "We cannot believe it's already been one year, but are happy and glad that we can provide the community with delicious burritos and have gotten such a great response this first year. Thursday is our thank you to you." And there's other options on the menu besides burritos, so stop in from open to close - 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Monday, September 10, 2012
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and Main Streets leaders participated in an official 'Welcome to the Neighborhood!' celebration on Saturday.
Four West Roxbury restaurants, which have quickly been embraced by tastebuds across the neighborhood, had their official ribbon cuttings on Saturday. Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and Department of Neighborhood Development Acting Director William Cotter joined residents and business owners to celebrate four new restaurants that opened with help from the City of Boston's Office of Business Development and West Roxbury Main Streets: Los Amigos, Red-Eyed Pig, Banh Mi Ngon, and LeanWorks. These new (and delicious) businesses were able to create more than 30 new jobs in West Roxbury, according to city officials.
Friday, September 7, 2012
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino will be there to cut the ribbons and sample some of the free food - that you can, too!
On Saturday, four West Roxbury restaurants will have their official grand openings with Boston Mayor Thomas Menino expected to cut ribbons at the establishments. The public is welcome to join the Mayor, West Roxbury Main Streets and Boston Main Streets personnel, to visit Los Amigos, the Red-Eyed Pig, Banh Mi Ngon, and LeanWorks, to officially welcome them to the neighborhood. And, oh - free samples! West Roxbury Main Streets Executive Director Kara O'Connor said the event is open to the public and begins on West Roxbury's Restaurant Row at 2 p.m. First stop is Los Amigos. Said O'Connor, "We will then head down Restaurant Row holding ribbon cuttings for Red-Eyed Pig and Banh Mi Ngon. Finally, we will end the day at Leanworks for their…
Monday, May 7, 2012
Los Amigos recently joined Centre Street.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Ustayev has brought a taqueria to Centre Street before even graduating from college.
Daniel Ustayev is on the verge of earning his bachelor's in entrepeneurship from Babson College, which seems deserved given that he's already running his own Centre Street business. Ustayev, the 22-year-old son of Christo's Pizza owner Nathan Ustayev, opened Los Amigos, a burrito shop and tacqueria, in early February at 1743 Centre St. He's pulling long hours between school and work, but the community seems to appreciate it; he says business has been great. That stands to reason given that a Centre Street burrito joint has long been on West Roxbury's wish list. In the above audio slideshow, Ustayev tells Patch about work, school, and growing up around Christo's.