Corby Kummer

Nomadic chef Marc Orfaly finds a Parisian-style home at Pigalle.

Chef Ana Sortun’s Mediterranean-influenced Oleana shines brightly on its day in the sun.

After leading the culinary pack in the South End with Icarus, Gusto’s owners are pioneering the next frontier: Roslindale.

Trailblazing South End veteran Icarus still shines with simple French cuisine.

In its new Boston incarnation, Salamander sheds some of its previous shortcomings.

Lala Rokh has made the exotic familiar, with fresh and flavorful Persian dishes that still delight.

Mantra hypnotizes with a unique blend of French an Indian food in the newly trendy Ladder District.

With its menu of simple New England comfort food, the Fireplace is warming up Washington Square.

With food that’s fashionable yet familiar and an utterly laid-back scene, Jeremy Sewall’s Lineage proves you can go home again.

Dining Out: Family Circle

An unexpected new addition to Harvard Square, Om’s Tibetan-inspired décor and New American cuisine are quite unlike anything else on the city’s dinner circuit.

Om Cooking

With Caffè Umbra, chef Laura Brennan has finally struck out on her own—and revived a revolutionary cuisine in the process.

Nine Zero's restaurant, Spire, aims to impress. But is the ethereal luxury worth the lofty prices?

Via Matta — Italian for "crazy way" — is a new route for Radius veterans.

Chef Sam Hayward's way with fresh, local food has made his Portland restaurant New England's answer to Chez Panisse.

Andy Husbands puts some South in our mouths with his new South End restaurant, Rouge.