When the warm weather rolls around, we at MenuPages Boston find there’s nothing like a good picnic (especially given the city’s lack of al fresco restaurant options). One of our favorite spots is Forest Hills Cemetery in Jamaica Plain. It’s everything we’d want a cemetery and a picnicking spot to be: cool, serene, dotted with Victorian architecture and full of winding paths to get lost on. Spread a blanket by the pond (if you can find it, and beware of the duck droppings) and commune with William Lloyd Garrison, Anne Sexton, ee cummings, and the many others, famous and not, for whom Forest Hills is their final stop. Need to pick up some food along the way? We’re big fans of Canto 6 on Washington Street, where you can find chocolate or Gruyere croissants, pain aux raisins, or a veggie-laden sandwich on oven-fresh bread. If eating in a cemetery seems creepy, you’ll need only to try it once to get over it.