GRLSQUASH: A Week in Internet, Patriarchy-Smashing Edition

Happy April Folks! in celebration of our latest publication, “How to smash the garlic and the patriarchy: A Modern womxn’s field guide,” this week’s round-up is an extended field guide to even more of Boston’s best Patriarchy-Smashing businesses. Check ‘em out!


Satisfy your sweet tooth with custom-made baked goods from sweet Teez Bakery.

for baked goods that taste amazing and are also beautiful, head to Sweet Mazies.

Are you on the list? East Boston Oysters host pop-up events in many locations, from boats, to rooftops, to restaurants, and more.


Named 2017’s Restaurant of the year by the Boston globe, Pammy’s is a new american trattoria that celebrates italian cuisine.

with recipes handed down directly from their grandfather, Jaju pierogi is bringing traditional, handmade polish pierogi to boston.

Inspired by the owners’ south american roots, Buenas in somerville’s bow market serves more than just empanadas. What’s more, you can find their products at these stockists, too.

Located in somerville’s union square, Bronwyn showcases the cuisines of central and eastern europe.

a reflection of the owners’ own family, Tallula is a cambridge restaurant that is not only named after their daughter, but is passionate about telling intimate stories through food and drink.


not only does Longfellows thrive on community, its also shares space with lamplighter brewing co. and is committed to parterning with other local businesses.


drink beer and support womxn with brazo fuerte.


Find clothing, toys, art and more for your little one at Magpie kids (and maybe also some things for yourself at their sister store, magpie in davis square!)

Looking for some gorgeous handmade gifts? Olives and Grace has you covered.

The Workroom: A Creative + collaborative co-working space for womxn.

Frankie Concepcion