Christopher Hughes

Chris Hughes, Food Editor at Boston Magazine

Chris Hughes is a proud graduate of the University of Texas and Emerson College. As much as he loves a good bagel, he still yearns for Texas-style breakfast tacos every morning. Or a kolache.


Going in for the Kale

Ten Boston Public Market kiosks you’ll want to put in regular rotation.


La Vie en Gose

Your guide to the ultimate lawn-mower beer.

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Menton Opens ’Gold Bar’ Lounge

The swanky new space features touches like gold-veined Italian marble and Scott Jones’ foie gras frankfurters.


A First Look at Dave Punch’s Little Big Diner

The upcoming ’East Asian soul food’ spot gets a name and a first menu.


Aquitaine Group to Open La Motta’s Italian Specialties

The new ’joint’ will specialize in red sauce classics.


Welcome to the New Golden Age of the Oyster

Join us on a deep dive into New England aquaculture.


Committee Now Open for Lunch

The new meze-focused eatery featuring Greek small plates, gyros, and more.

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Ben & Jerry’s Renames Flavor in Honor of Gay Marriage Legalization

Cookie dough is now dubbed ’I Dough, I Dough.’


Dave’s Fresh Pasta Opening Second Location

The new Medford spot to focus on house-baked breads, cocktails, and wood-fired pizzas.


Cinquecento Introduces Shipping Container Bar

The 12-seat Rosso Patio Bar is also being billed as a seasonal art installation.

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Boston Public Market to Open July 30

The country’s first all-local marketplace will debut on the Greenway.

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Ribelle Hosting Star-Studded ’Rabble-Rouser’ Dinner

Tim Maslow will team up with Texas’ Justin Holt for a two-night, izakaya-style bash.


Frogmore Unveils Opening Menu

Jason Albus’ new restaurant revels in Lowcountry classics like pickled shrimp and hoppin’ John.


Michael Scelfo No Longer With Naco Taco

Alden & Harlow alums take over for the consulting chef.


Brewer’s Fork Now Serving Brunch

The Charlestown beer garden introduces wood-fired burgers, pupusas, and more.