Michael Schlow presents a medley of Spanish and Latin-American cuisines in the Back Bay—and hits plenty of high notes.
The fourth incarnation of the Chestnut Hill original brings the suburbs to the city.
Jason Bond nails it at his new Cambridge dining niche, Bondir.
This Union Square restaurant finally opened last September. Seven months later it remains a work very much in progress.
With an impressive raw bar and some of the freshest fish around, this Kenmore Square newcomer is reeling in crowds.
Under a new chef, the posh neighborhood boîte turns out some tremendous dishes. Too bad they’re hiding among the other, uninspired offerings.
With lofty ambitions and kitchen talent to spare, a Back Bay newcomer aims high—but doesn’t always hit the mark.
The food may be hit-or-miss, but everything about Lydia Shire’s new Back Bay restaurant is big, brassy, and bold.
IF I HAD ONLY ONE WISH for a restaurant I could spend an evening at again, it would be Michela’s, no question. It’s not just that, in opening the place, owner Michela Larson discovered Todd English. Or that MICHELA’s rolls…
By my second dinner at Troquet, I knew the experience wasn’t a fluke. These were two of the most assured meals I’d had in Boston, with direct, balanced, complex flavors that seemed simple but aren’t easy to achieve. I thought…