Brittany Jasnoff

Brittany Jasnoff

Managing Editor

Jasnoff began her magazine career at Boston, where she started as an intern and eventually moved into the role of assistant managing editor. Now managing editor, she helms the production of Boston and its branded magazines and also writes for all four publications. The Boston University alum and Philadelphia-area native currently lives in Brookline.

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Boston Bridal Blog

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Wedding Venues: Sights or Sites?

A wedding in downtown Boston requires some compromises.

First Bite: Parish Café South End

Eighteen years after Parish Café —that neighborhood purveyor of celebrity chef-created sandwiches—opened its doors in the Back Bay and became a fixture for area residents starved for casual-chic options, the venerable restaurant has finally moved itself into another neighborhood: the…

First Bite: The Regal Beagle

Myriad eateries hold court around Coolidge Corner. Thai and sushi joints mix with bagel shops and delis. A shiny new tart yogurt café glistens across from a dingy but popular creperie. But bistro dining has been conspicuously absent from the…

First Bite: Myung Dong 1st Avenue

Maybe it’s because I’ve been too busy with Thai (Dok Bua, Khao Sarn, Rod Dee, Chilli Duck) or Vietnamese (New Dong Khanh, Le’s, Pho Basil) eateries. But my Korean restaurant roster remains empty, uncharted territory in the culinary landscape of…

Second Bite: Bon Savor

For a chef coming on board at an existing restaurant, injecting one’s personal style into a restaurant while still keeping the heart of the operation can be a tricky business. But by maintaining the South American-French fusion concept while adding…

First Bite: The Battery

Not too long ago, Chowder had a hamburger. Not just any hamburger, mind you. This one had been put through a deep-fryer, the thick batter on the outside puffy and crisp, the meat inside thin and tough as leather. Our…

Open Season

Down economy? What down economy? While restaurant openings were scarce in the first half of ’09, summer’s end is proving a hotbed for casual, affordable spots launching all across the Hub. Here’s our quickie guide on where to get your…

First Bite: Dorado

In the battle of the Brookline taqueria, it seems, it’s all about survival of the fittest. I remember when the little known Taqueria Mexico came to the neighborhood, holding court in a small storefront directly across from Anna’s Beacon Street…

First Bite: The Lansdowne

We’re going to go out on a limb here, and say that the last thing Lansdowne Street needs is another bar. But an establishment that serves actual food in the shadow of Fenway Park? There’s Ken Oringer’s La Verdad, and…well,…