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Jacqueline Cain


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.

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Comfort Kitchen Brings Global Flavors to a Historic Dorchester Space

Celebrating ingredients of the African diaspora, the community-minded restaurant is now open in Upham’s Corner, serving affordable lunch and destination-worthy dinner.

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Birds of Paradise, the Latest Escape from Bartender Ran Duan, Arrives in Brighton

The cocktail bar at the Charles River Speedway is now boarding.

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Pasta Returns to a Beloved Jamaica Plain Address as Tonino Opens This Week

Here’s your first look at the cozy dining room and debut menu, from chitarra and clams to sheets of tomato pie.

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A Popular Providence Brewery Is Expanding to Boston

Providence’s Long Live Beerworks will soon open in Roxbury, serving hoppy IPAs, pastry stouts, fruited sours, and more.


Here’s Where to Find the Best Doughnuts in Boston

These spots are where to go for a stacked box of a dozen, or a sweet brunch treat.

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First Look: Popular Hot Chicken Sandwich Pop-Up Is Feathering a Nest in Cambridge

Hot Chix is opening soon in Inman Square with a larger menu, more local partnerships, and a home base for future culinary concepts.

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First Look: Super Bien Brings “the Buenas Aisle” to Shimmering Life in Brighton

The wine bar, grocer, and patio at the Charles River Speedway showcases empanadas and South American sauces like you’ve never seen them before.

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At Moëca, a Talented Cambridge Restaurant Team Takes on Seafood

The neighborhood restaurant and raw bar is sibling to Giulia and is now open for dinner Wednesday through Saturday.

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A Longtime Favorite Bar near Fenway Park Has Become a New Kind of Beer-Lovers’ Oasis

PlantPub’s second location replaces Boston BeerWorks with the city’s largest vegan restaurant.

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Slow Dough Pizza Co. Is Firing Up Artisan Pies in a Newton Parking Lot

Boston chef Ian Maschal is behind the wheel of his latest venture: a pizza trailer parked outside of an Upper Falls wine store.

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Boston Public Market Unveils Long-Awaited Bar Showcasing New England Beer and Spirits

The Pine Bar is the latest venture for North End restaurateur Philip Frattaroli and will extend the BPM’s hours.


Warriors Fan Guy Fieri Is Just Happy to Be Here

He’s in town to check in on his Boston restaurants, and brought his sons to “see sports history” at the Garden.

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Farthest Star Sake Lands as New England’s Only Sake Taproom

At the Medfield taproom, brewer Todd Bellomy is exploring a new frontier of this ancient rice beverage.


Here’s Your First Look at The Haven’s Larger (but No Less Cozy) New Location

Boston’s only Scottish pub will open imminently at The Brewery complex in Jamaica Plain.


Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette Debut Faccia Brutta and Bar Pallino on Newbury Street

The laid-back, Italian-esque restaurant and wine bar bring the award-winning chefs to the heart of the Back Bay.