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.
There’s wood-fired fare from an acclaimed chef, “secret” drafts, and Trillium’s first-ever distillery.
Temporary closings are a last-ditch effort to save money during a bleak pandemic winter. Will it help our favorite places preserve their strength—or threaten their chances for long term survival?
Raise the bar on your takeout order with juice-pouch-style margaritas, pints of iced Irish coffee, and more spirited selections.
Despite COVID-era uncertainty, the chef behind Select Oyster Bar and others is moving forward with plans to replace downtown’s Kamakura restaurant.
While the rest of us were baking sourdough, these spots were developing squid-ink-dough pizzas, boozy popsicles, and more.
The emergency law allows for takeout of up two (sealed) drinks per entree ordered.
Eight years after her first appearance, the hilariously self-deprecating chef competes tonight for the title.
A rooftop lounge with skyline views, relaxed new beer gardens, and more exciting outdoor-dining spaces for the summer of social distancing.
It’s a welcome—if a bit weird—step back into business. But without more aid, many wonder if it will be enough to stay afloat through the pandemic.
Advocate for legislative bills, support Black-owned businesses, and other efforts you can make from home.
Independent shop and restaurant owners say property destruction and theft are added hardships for them during the pandemic.
Honk if you love burgers and banh mi. Here’s an early look at the downtown park’s new schedule, which kicks off on June 1.
The city’s reopening is underway, but slow foot traffic has Jamaica Plain shop owners worried that the summer won’t be sustainable.
From wine-paired grilling kits to a drive-through pig roast, celebrate the unofficial start of summer.