Jacqueline Cain

Associate Food Editor at Boston Magazine

Jackie Cain is the Associate Food Editor at Boston, covering food, drink, and restaurants news. Cain was previously an associate editor at Eater Boston.

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Night Shift Is Opening Two Charles River Beer Gardens

One on the Esplanade, and one at Herter Park in Lower Allston.

The Wachusett Brew Yard at the Patios at City Hall Plaza features different guest drafts every week
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Everything to Know Right Now About Boston’s Summer Beer Gardens

With outdoor drinking news from Night Shift, Aeronaut, and more.

The family-friendly taproom in Milo, Maine, serves a rotating lineup of Bissell Brothers beer on draft and in cans
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Bissell Brothers Debuts a Wild Brewery in Central Maine

Look inside Bissell Brothers Three Rivers.

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It’s the (Hot) Dog Days of Summer

Sausage specials abound, from where to find free Fenway Franks this week, to a Camberville hot dog crawl.

Parlor Sports was at capacity by 10:40 a.m. for the World Cup Final.
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By the Numbers: The World Cup Final at Parlor Sports

The tiny bar was full and the High Life started flowing as soon as doors opened.

The Raw Bar is now open at Island Creek Oyster Farm in Duxbury
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Island Creek Oysters’ Duxbury Farm Debuts a Waterfront Raw Bar

The scenic spot is now open with native shellfish, tinned fish, and local craft beer.

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Vive la France! Or, uvijek vjerni to Croatia? Plus, pizza, ice cream, and more.

Whole-belly fried clams and clam cakes at Captain Frosty's Fish & Chips in Dennis, on Cape Cod
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Five Best Fried New England Seafood Orders, Ranked

Let the arguments ensue—and please pass a napkin.

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JP’s Space-Themed Diner Has Landed

Little Dipper, the latest from the Tres Gatos owner, is now open on Centre Street.

Terra's skylight-topped dining room
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Ask the Editor: Where to Dine with Colleagues Near Copley Square?

This local is seeking a nice spot that’s off his associates’ beaten path.

Orá Trattorizza
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First Look at Copley Square’s New Italian Trattoria and Pizzeria

The time is almost now for Orá Trattorizza to open.

Blue Bottle Coffee is an open, airy space in the Prudential Center Court.
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Blue Bottle Coffee Opens a Sunny Café Inside the Prudential Center

With free drinks and a community-donation day on Tuesday.

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

New seafood options, fresh tomato pie, Swizzle Sundays, and more.

Democracy Brewing takes design inspiration from classic European drinking cultures like German beer halls and Irish pubs
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First Look at Democracy Brewing in Downtown Crossing

The worker-owned brewpub opens on Independence Day.

The "short stack" raw bar platter and the outdoor patio at B&G Oysters
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Eating at All of Barbara Lynch’s Restaurants Is Your New Summer Goal

Pick up a passport to start your tour.