As we delve deeper into fall, we're all about embracing the changing leaves, the bounty of the harvest, and hearty fare...while at the same time secretly making lists of restaurants in warm weather spots we'll race to check out once the snowy East Coast winter is truly upon us!

So if you, like us, are seeking the best food & drink ideas to get you through this sometimes harsh fall to winter transition, consider this issue of marlo monthly your bracing-for-bundling-up bible.
feels like home
It’s officially #flannelszn, and as the temperatures drop and our search for the ultimate cozy sweater heats up, so does the pursuit of our next favorite drink. That’s why this season we’re toasting to Feels Like Home, a must-try spin-off from award-winning craft hard cider brand, Artifact Cider Project.
Featuring a lineup of four juicy, ultra-crushable ciders that offer a little something something for everyone, Feels Like Home gives us a comforting reminder that home is where you find it (for some of us, that’s on the couch binging House of the Dragon 😉). In addition to the cidery’s fan-favorite Classic, delicious new flavors include Blueberry, the bold and tropical Double Rum, and the golden, full-flavored Extra Juicy (exclusively available in the variety pack). Whether you’re cheers-ing to your favorite team or looking for that #instaworthy can to take along on all your favorite fall activities, we recommend picking these apples this season.
For our fellow New Englanders (or visiting brewery lovers), be sure to check out Artifact’s Massachusetts' taprooms in Cambridge and Florence. For those not in the area, fret not – Feels Like Home is available to be delivered straight to your door for all your fall bevvie needs!

roberta's studio city
It's a vibe. If you frequent New York City, you've undoubtedly heard about (and probably eaten at) Roberta's: the iconic spot known for its laid-back energy, legendary wood-fired pizza, and curated menu of signature dishes. (Seriously, the house-made Stracciatella is what dreams are made of, and we could eat the smashed cucumbers with roasted garlic and Calabrian chili With humble beginnings in a cinderblock warehouse with no heat or gas in Bushwick, Roberta's has attracted a fanatical following over the past nearly 15 years, becoming the unlikely combo of neighborhood hangout meets celebrity hotspot where anyone and everyone is welcome - as long as they don't mind waiting in line!

Speaking of celebs, keep an eye out because you never know who might be rolling through their newest LA location now open in The Shops at Sportsmen's Lodge. Giving Angelenos a second spot to get their fix following their 2018 Culver City opening, the newest Roberta's offers a more casual setting to get their Famous Original (tomato, mozzarella, parmigiano, caciocavallo, oregano, chili), Crispy Glover (tomato, taleggio. guanciale, red onion, garlic, breadcrumb, chili), and Side Zaddy (mozzarella, fingerling potato, anchovy, salsa verde) on. Want to check it out for yourself? Head to the Roberta's Studio City "Opening Fright" Grand Opening Party next week. Yea, there'll be free food and drinks, duh, but that's not why you're coming. You're coming because there ain't no party like a West Coast Roberta's pizza party.

Whether you get 'em in NYC, LA, Nashville, or Singapore, Roberta's pizzas exhibit the stunning creativity that becomes possible when a killer foundational recipe meets culinary-genius level heat or gas required!

kelly's rewards
Hot off the launch of an evolved brand identity, another summer fueling hungry Revere Beach-goers, and making headlines in the Boston Globe, Kelly's is now giving you yet another reason to enjoy your favorite 3-Way. Join the newly revamped Kelly's Rewards program to earn legendary rewards, like $5.00 off your next order upon sign up, your very own Birthday Beef, and so much more!
As if the prospect of a free birthday meat treat wasn’t enough, Kelly's diehards can now curb any craving by shipping their iconic menu items coast to coast. And while shipping frosty frappes via FedEx isn't in the cards just yet (a girl can dream!), the menu items available to ship (roast beef & chowder & lobster, oh my) will give you a bona fide taste of New England no matter where you live.
And for those who prefer getting their Kelly's on in-person, now's the perfect time to plan a fall-winter road trip starting with their newly opened location in Salem, New Hampshire; next stop: follow the warm weather down south to their first ever Florida location in University Park, opening soon. Now that's a "what I ate on my winter vacation" worth sharing!