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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.


31 Boston Restaurants with Cozy Fireplaces

Whether you’re braving the cold for dinner, a date, or just a few drinks.

The bathroom at Fool's Errand

22 Best Restaurant Bathrooms in Greater Boston

Psst… don’t forget to wash your hands.

Exterior of a building, with retail spaces on the first floor. Signage reads Blue Bandana Relics, Bow Market, and Tiny Turns Paperie, and a breezeway is built through the center of the building.

Somerville’s Bow Market Expands

The tucked-away Union Square maker-market has added storefronts right on Somerville Avenue—and there’s more food to enjoy.

Interior of a brewery taproom with black walls and blue lighting.

A Neo-Goth Taproom Opens in Brighton

Widowmaker Brewing’s second location tries to keep Boston’s punk-rock spirit alive with stoner-metal vibes and an in-house restaurant by Bone and Bread.

Overhead view of a lobster claw and tail on a plate with grilled pineapple and fennel and a thin brown sauce.

Amar, from Acclaimed Chef George Mendes, Debuts 17 Stories above the Back Bay

The modern Portuguese restaurant spearheads the food and beverage program at the newly opened Raffles Boston.


Here’s Where to Find the Top Doughnuts in Boston

The best local spots for a stacked box of a dozen or a sweet brunch treat.

Restaurant interior photographed during the day, with lots of natural light. The space has white, grey, and peach tones and lots of plants.

Gufo Brings Modern Italian (and Bocce!) to East Cambridge

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.


26 Perfect New England Summer Drinks

From beer and boxed wine to canned cannabis cocktails, the region’s best beverages are made for sunny days.

A brewery features plants, light wooden accents, and a colorful mural that says Long Live.

Here’s a Sneak Peek at Long Live Beerworks’ Boston Taproom

The popular Providence brewery’s second location will open soon in Roxbury.


The 16 Greatest Irish Pubs in Boston

Find your perfect pint at these consistent favorites—from classics like J.J. Foley’s, to cozy spots like the Druid, to plenty of charming dives.


Braintree’s Popular Widowmaker Brewing Will Expand to Brighton in 2023

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.

Two sliders sit on a plate, filled with a pulled meat substitute and arugula.

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.

A pinkish cocktail in a martini glass has an airplane-shaped silhouette on top of the drink.

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

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

Overhead view of white marble table covered with five different pasta dishes.

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.

Three beer cans feature red cat-themed art on a black label.

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.