Who Says We Don’t Read the WSJ at RH.COM?
July 29, 2010 by PaulM Posted in Lowell, Culture, History Leave a Comment
From today’s Wall Street Journal’s “On Wine” column, there’s a snapshot of toney Long Island leisure-time with a cameo appearance by Sir Paul McCartney and his woman friend, Nancy Shevell, at one of the preferred eating spots. A little window onto how the other half lives, I suppose. But Lowell has its celebrity moments, too, such as the evening when Johnny Depp ate dinner at La Boniche at the old location on Gorham Street, now Ricardo’s, which holds its own when it comes to fine wine. Read the wine writer’s dispatch here, and consider subscribing to the WSJ if you appreciate the view.