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The seafood chain has debuted a flashy fine-dining concept on the waterfront—and despite a few early hiccups, things are going swimmingly.
With this bookstore-café turned tapas bar, J.P. has scored the best kind of neighborhood spot.
For this Downtown Crossing restaurant and its new chef, the third time’s the charm.
Score one for the suburbs: With the latest entry from a team of season restaurant pros, Concord locals luck out.
All shined up, this city landmark is ripe for a renaissance — but it can’t seem to shake its stodgy past.
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.
Rediscovering a wine lover’s haven — and a culinary talent — in the Theater District.