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.
From old-school red sauce joints, to chic seafood, to soulful reinterpretations of classic comforts.
Between cool food halls, colossal cookies, and a world-famous chef, 2022 will be an exciting year to dine out.
The world-renowned seafood company will reopen Duxbury’s historic Winsor House with an all-new shucking counter, rum-soaked bar, and caviar-topped crème fraîche ice cream.
These downtown wine bars, casual pubs, and occasion-worthy restaurants set the stage for a perfect night on the town.
The Sunset Club in Newbury is a year-round outdoor lounge with frozen margaritas and a fire pit.
There’s wood-fired fare from an acclaimed chef, “secret” drafts, and Trillium’s first-ever distillery.
Whether you’re craving freshly shucked bivalves, an al fresco selection of coastal crudos, or a good old-fashioned shrimp cocktail.
From creamy classics to subtly chef’d up takes on the New England favorite.
Served warm and buttered or chilled with mayo, get your claws into these standouts.