Jacqueline Cain is a food and drinks writer and editor. She is the former Deputy Food Editor at Boston, and has also written for Edible Boston, Apartment Therapy, Eater Boston, and other outlets.
The modern Portuguese restaurant spearheads the food and beverage program at the newly opened Raffles Boston.
The team behind SRV and the Salty Pig is serving pasta and pizza at a new spot—and it’ll soon be a cafe by day, too.
The popular Providence brewery’s second location will open soon in Roxbury.
The local brewer will collaborate with street food business Bone and Bread to open a taproom and kitchen in the former Brato Brewhouse space. Expect “goth ski lounge” and “intergalactic, spacey, stoner rock” vibes.
Celebrating ingredients of the African diaspora, the community-minded restaurant is now open in Upham’s Corner, serving affordable lunch and destination-worthy dinner.
The cocktail bar at the Charles River Speedway is now boarding.
Here’s your first look at the cozy dining room and debut menu, from chitarra and clams to sheets of tomato pie.
Providence’s Long Live Beerworks will soon open in Roxbury, serving hoppy IPAs, pastry stouts, fruited sours, and more.