Jacqueline Cain

Deputy Food Editor at Boston Magazine

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

Artifact Cider Project
Restaurants

There’s a New Cider in Town

Say hello to Artifact Cider Project.

Tuscan Kitchen & Market
Restaurants

Tuscan Kitchen & Market Will Open in the Seaport

Eventually.

Julia Child French kitchen
Restaurants

You Could Own Julia Child’s Provençal Kitchen

La Pitchoune is on the market.

Tonno Gloucester
Restaurants

A Taste of the North End Coming to Gloucester

The Prezza chef announced a new concept, Tonno.

16C Quincy
Restaurants

Barbara Lynch Advises Her Niece on a New Quincy Spot

Kerri Lynch-Delaney is a pizza dough pro.

Dorchester Brewing Company
Restaurants

The City’s First Contract Brewery Is Coming

Support for small producers; beer for you.

Short Path Distillery
Restaurants

Know Your Distiller, Know Your Booze

Short Path launches ’community supported alcohol.’

red wines for fall
Restaurants

Nine Affordable Red Wines

Got $20 and some glasses to fill?

Restaurants

Is Townsman the Country’s Best New Restaurant?

We said no. Esquire said yes. Now you can vote.

Douglas Rodrigues
Restaurants

Douglas Rodrigues Takes Over at Liquid Art House

The nearly-pro skateboarder brings a new edge to the gallery-restaurant.

Restaurants

Waltham, Meet Osteria Posto

Posto’s ’mature sibling’ will open soon.

English Muffin Pizza throwdown
Restaurants

All-Star Chefs Make English Muffin Pizzas and ’Yo Mama’ Jokes

Ya heard.

Hill Country Barbecue
Restaurants

Brisket and Honky Tonk Are on the Way

Hill Country Barbecue is expanding.

Boston restaurant inspection grades
Restaurants

Get Ready for Cleanliness Grades

The city is rolling out a new health inspection info system.

Big Mamie Indestructible American Pale Ale
Restaurants

Battleship Cove Gets the ’Gansett Treatment

Big Mamie is immortalized on a beer can.