Barbara Lynch protégé Colin Lynch focuses on modern Italian cuisine with a coastal bent on the ground floor of Sepia, in the South End’s Ink Block development.
A talented couple transforms a neighborhood café—serving up sunny, mainly Mediterranean flavors in a welcoming space that, so far, is best suited to daytime dining.
The economy is booming and Boston has more world-class restaurants than ever before. So why is our dining scene going up in flames?
Fine dining gets a new look as Ken Oringer closes Clio to make way for an expanded, more exciting version of Uni.
Real estate mogul Gerald Chan resurrects a storied Harvard Square space. The results? A luxurious throwback that’s as starchy as its namesake.
Empire-building restaurateur Garrett Harker brings his service-oriented recipe for success to Watertown.
Rene Becker and Susan Regis have turned their pedigreed techniques and homey sensibilities into a restrained wood-fired menu with timeless appeal.
With irresistible small bites and Boston’s best bread program.
Former Bergamot chef Dan Bazzinotti brings Peruvian touches and big flavors to this dynamic new wine-and-charcuterie bar.
Joshua Smith’s mastery of all things cured and meaty is again on display, but an exhaustive, overly ambitious menu detracts from the greatness.
Michael Serpa’s seafood eatery steps up the Back Bay’s dining game.
Matt Jennings’s buzzy new downtown restaurant has ambition to spare. Now all it needs is a little more focus.
With a new Italian menu and an overhauled space, a Jamaica Plain stalwart becomes a neighborhood favorite yet again.
This just might be Boston’s next great French restaurant.
With rich Italian fare and craft cocktails, the Vialé team hopes to fill the big shoes left by Rendezvous in Central Square.