Row 34 launches a "Bookshelf Beer" series with a magnum bottle of Tommie Sjef Wild Ales

Row 34 Debuts a New Rare Beer Release Series

Stocking the cellar with limited-release beers is a fun hobby for many a beer fan, but the envy-induced Instagram likes that might result from the […]

Roslindale substation

Trillium Hints About the Roslindale Substation

Trillium Brewing Company teased something potentially exciting in its Instagram Story last night. It was simply a geo-tagged view of the facade of the Roslindale substation, but […]

Hooked Fish Shop cofounder Jimmy Rider

Hooked Fish Shop Will Bring Seafood to Bow Market

Two local contractors deep in the Boston seafood scene will bring their knowledge to Somerville’s forthcoming Bow Market. Hooked Fish Shop is the latest food vendor announced for […]

Citrus & Salt photos provided

Citrus & Salt Replaces Back Bay Harry’s in November

It seems like Buttermilk & Bourbon’s menu would be a fun travel companion. Chef Jason Santos takes his New Orleans-rooted restaurant on a Latin American-inspired tour at […]

Sweetgreen Seaport and Boston locations Flour Bakery promo

Sweetgreen Opens Two Boston Locations This Week

By now, Sweetgreen knows a thing or two about Boston. The Washington, D.C.-based company will open its 11th and 12th locations here this week—and it’s celebrating, […]

The cocktail lab is the first-floor bar at Earls at the Prudential Center

Boston Bars Host Guest Bartenders (and Chefs) This Fall

Whether it’s a familiar face taking over the bar, or a favorite spot dishing out new flavors, the Boston restaurant scene is extra convivial this fall—and diners […]

Restaurateur Josh Weinstein is planning to open the Quiet Few where East Boston Kitchen once was

The Quiet Few Is Looking to Open in East Boston

Josh Weinstein, a Newton native, spent most of his adult life in New York City managing a busy East Village bar. But when he and […]

Josh Lewin and Katrina Jazayeri lead a conversation on open-book management at Juliet in April 2017

Juliet Launches a Salon Series on Hot-Button Issues

The debut restaurant by chef Josh Lewin and Katrina Jazayeri set out to change the typical restaurant game. Borne of the successful pop-up Bread & […]

Tacos at Chilacates are headed for the Street at Chestnut Hill in spring 2018

Chilacates Will Open at the Street in Chestnut Hill

The best Mexican food in Boston is proliferating. Chilacates, with two locations in Jamaica Plain and one on the way to Mission Hill, is also […]

Self Portrait opens in Cambridge on April 28

Tim Wiechmann’s Self Portrait Has Closed

Chef Tim Wiechmann unveiled his Self Portrait earlier this year, but it was apparently just a fleeting glimpse. The French bistro, which opened in April […]


What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Poutine and Beer Saus is crossing the river on Friday night, bringing twice-fried Idaho russets slathered in meat or mushroom gravy, and local cheddar curds […]


The Best Food Instagrams of the Week

Welcome to our weekly series where we round up the most appetizing foodstagrams, droolworthy drinks, and cool insights into local #cheflife. Want to be featured? […]

Cask Force's Noble Bee Sauternes Barrel-Aged Honey

Snack Attack: A Honey-Parmesan Doughnut at Blackbird

Sauternes—a sweet, French wine with fruity acidity from the so-called “noble rot”—is such a perfect complement to wildflower honey that spirits connoisseur Nick O’Connell is […]

PIER 4 Rendering

A True Farm-to-Table Restaurant Is Going in the Pier 4 Site

New life is rising up in the hole in the ground where beloved restaurant Anthony’s Pier 4 once stood. A nine-story residential development called, appropriately, Pier 4, […]

Walden Local Meat Co. Boston

Walden Local Meat Co. Opens a Boston Store

Charley Cummings got into the meat industry a handful of years ago with a direct-to-consumer share program, the original Walden Local Meat Co. While the […]