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Duckworth's Bistrot is Zagat Rated

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Duckworth's Bistrot wins Best of Boston 2006

Duckworth's Bistrot won Best of Boston's General Excellence - North award in 2006
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Duckworth's Bistrot Helps Pathways for Children - August 30, 2005

In the spirit of fine cuisine and goodwill, Duckworth's Bistrot surpassed expectations by raising nearly $700 in school supplies and cash donations to support Pathways for Children, in their "Pack a Pack" school supplies drive. In less than two weeks, Duckworth Bistrot's owners, Ken and Nicole Duckworth, collected over a dozen backpacks, and hundreds of dollars worth of crayons, markers, notebooks, and other supplies to help Pathways' students prepare for the upcoming school year.
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Boston Globe's 'Best of the New Restaurants' - March 13, 2005
Duckworth's Bistrot
Even a quiet neighborhood needs a bistro, and if it sports a young veteran of the venerable Maison Robert, so much the better. At Duckworth's Bistrot, open since October, chef/owner Ken Duckworth creates vibrant dishes firmly grounded in French technique."
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Boston Globe Calendar - February 10- 16, 2005
Dining Out - Duckworths' Bistrot
French Catch

By Alison Arnett | Globe Staff
" The locals are on to something good. There’s nothing fussy about Duckworth’s cuisine, and the long menu and half portions offered for each entrée mean diners can drop in often to share or taste dishes without getting bored. The wine list, too, is varied in price and selections, with a particularly good choice of wines by the glass, in 3 and 6-ounce pours. But the chef’s classical experience – before Maison Robert, Duckworth was a chef at the Cloister Sea Island, GA., - shows in the complexity of the sauces, the clean lines and beauty of the presentation, and the vibrant flavors."
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