Boston Insider: Katharine Panessidi – Content Director of iMedia Communications Inc.

May 30, 2013 at 11:46 am

2c5d2a5Katharine Panessidi is responsible for curating the content of conferences in the dmg :: events digital marketing sector, including iMedia Summits. This involves researching market trends, building a network of digital marketing professionals, developing the advisory board, speaker faculty and the agenda as well as managing the onsite logistics at the event. She has also worked in conferences and events for over 7 years and has developed events for the digital marketing and nonprofit sectors.

Fun facts: Katharine is a UMass & Baruch College Alumna, a proud owner of a 8 yr old min pin, a foodie, and an aspiring fashionista. Below she shares some of her favorite places in Boston, and you can do the same via Posse or download our mobile app, and find awesome wherever you are! 

KatharineStrip T’s - I read about chef Tim Maslow in the July 4-24, 2012 issue of Improper Bostonian’s “Boston’s Best 2012: Food + Drink” List (page 76). He was dubbed “rising star.” Yes indeed. Thank you Improper Bostonian. You did me right… You did us all right… Yummy yummy yummy. Great food and atmosphere. Casual yet chic and fine quality food. Japanese eggplant banh mi (crispy tofu, pickles, cilantro) was to DIE FOR! You’ll love it.

Park Restaurant and Bar - Neighborhood: Harvard Square. all the food, wine, and service quality of a fine dining establishment, but without any pretentiousness. The atmosphere is the perfect blend of cool and trendy (lighting, chalk boards, friendly staff), classy and upscale (highly knowledgable, cleanly dressed staff with just the right amount of formality, quality food and wine selection), and casual/comfortable. I can see this place attracting all types of clientele – which is a great thing!

FireBrand Saints - Neighborhood: Kendall Square. Mezze Bar (three for $12) I chose carrot puree (was like dessert) and whipped celery root – both fab. With all the start ups (a.k.a. still low on funds) in the Cambridge Innovation Center at One Broadway, this hip, trendy restaurant with quality food at very reasonable prices is perfectly situated for professional, classy wining and dining. Bravo!

Salty Pig - Neighborhood: Back Bay. Pig + Cheese = charcuterie. What more do I have to say?!

Sam’s –  Neighborhood: Waterfront. Sam’s is a hidden gem – in fact the folks who took me here will kill me if they see this! Located RIGHT on the waterfront with great views of Boston Harbor.

The Barking Crab -  Neighborhood: Waterfront. The Barking Crab has a super chill vibe of picnic tables, open air, and live music. The seafood is delish!