I tutor, and my client picked out this place to meet for her sessions. It's a huge, sunny, library. There are several study rooms which you can reserve for two hour periods which are extremely helpful. You can make reservations over the phone, whether or not you're a Lexington resident. I still go to that library to study, even though my student is away at college.
I was looking for a quiet place to take my parents when they visited for Easter sunday, and I found it at the South End Buttery. It's a bakery, but also a restaurant and when we visited they were serving brunch. I had one of the best burgers I've ever had, and my parents raved about their omelets. We were in the basement, near a wood-burning hearth. The service was lovely, the ambience was had a french-countryside feel.
The menu features twists on comfort classics as well as unique and yummy dishes. My only complaint was the amount of time I had to wait for service, it seemed as if my friend and I were invisible. It was a Sunday afternoon, and the place was busy, but we weren't demanding or too hard to please--I just expect timely service!
I took my parents here when they visited me and they were incredibly impressed by the variety of items on the menu. We started with an appetizer that had a surprisingly delicious flavor profile and the entrees were no exception. The restaurant was very quiet, perfect for my elderly father with a hearing impairment. It's a quirky little place that is definitely worth a visit.
Dr. Hillel came highly recommended to me by my Family Practice and every word they said about his was true. He listens, explains things well, competent, and accessible. I had an allergic reaction to one of the medicines he gave me post-surgery and within an hour I got him on the phone and was prescribed another pain medication. He is truly an amazing doctor, and I'm so glad I found him!