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.

A winemaking employee holds a handful of Santa Barbara pinot noir grapes at City Winery Boston

Harvest Tours Begin at City Winery Boston

Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the winemaking process at the West End venue.

Harvest Co-Op Market in Jamaica Plain

Harvest Co-Op Will, in Fact, Close This Month

The Cambridge and Jamaica Plain markets continue to lose money every day.

Brunch at Tupelo in Inman Square

Tupelo Will Close for Good This Week

The beloved Southern restaurant cites difficulty hiring as a reason.

Contractors install the sign at the soon-to-open Trillium restaurant in Fort Point

Here’s a Behind-the-Scenes Look at Constructing Trillium’s Restaurant

It’s opening in Fort Point later this month.


10 Must-Eat Culinary Events in October

Orange wines, food festivals, and knife sharpening—oh my!

Lauren Friel behind the bar at Rebel Rebel Wine Bar

Rebel Rebel Wine Bar Opens Tonight in Somerville

Sommelier Lauren Friel is pouring glasses of natural wines at Bow Market.

Flour Bakery + Café is now open at the Innovation and Design Building in the Seaport.

Behold, the Newest Flour Bakery + Café

The industrial-chic location is now open in the Seaport.


What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

A deal on lobster in these politically uncertain times, free coffee, a toast to the bees, and more.

A lobster course from the Buffalo Jump this summer

The Buffalo Jump Has Weekend Hours This Fall

With casual daytime service and an accessible, $36 dinner menu.

A burger and fries at Rewild Plant Food + Drink

Check Out the Menu at Quincy’s Soon-to-Open Vegan Beer Hall

Rewild opens in early October with plant-based pub food.

Chaundre Hall Broomfield, Ruben J. Carbajal, Bryson Bruce and Auston Scott HAMILTON National Tour

Check Out These Hamilton-Themed Drinks and Dishes

Especially if you’re young, scrappy and hungry.

Banyan Bar + Refuge has a new hype-fueled burger for Boston

Banyan Bar + Refuge Has Boston’s Newest Limited Burger

It’s an East Asian-inspired riff on the popular cheeseburger at sister spot Gallows.

Brewer's Fork

Ask the Editor: A Good Restaurant for Fun and Beer-Loving Relatives?

This reader wants to show a visiting aunt and uncle a good time.


Five Chef Collaborations to Check Out This Fall

From exclusive, food-friendly beer releases to barbecue pitmaster feasts.


Drink This Now: Full-Strength Beers by Session Specialists

Notch Brewing launches a higher-alcohol offshoot brand, Voll Projekt, with a 5.8-percent Festbier.