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.

Clover's classic chickpea fritter sandwich

Clover Is Finally Opening a Restaurant in the Back Bay

The meat-free mecca is headed for a busy block in Copley Square.


12 Must-Eat Dining Events Happening This Month

From a cheesy menu takeover throughout Bow Market, to a family-reunion feast of Filipino food.

Trader Joe's Allston

The Seaport Is Getting Its First Real Grocery Store

Trader Joe’s lands in Fort Point this fall.

The Burren pub

Contrary to Sudden Panic, the Burren Is Not Closing

Potential Davis Square development will leave the storied pub "unaffected."

Tacos Arabes at Simcha bring Mexican-inspired Middle Eastern flavors to Sharon

Rethink Taco Tuesday with Tacos Árabes at Simcha

These handheld vessels of culinary history riff on a Mexican-Middle Eastern invention.


At the Buffalo Jump, a Once-Notorious Chef Remakes His Image

Alongside his wife-partner, Brandon Baltzley launches a winning new act in a storied career.

Cantillon bottles at Row 34

Row 34 Will Bring Cantillon’s Epic Sour Beer Day to Boston

Zwanze Day returns in September, and the Fort Point spot is the only place in Boston pouring the exclusive brew.

Babbo pizza in Boston will close

Babbo Pizzeria e Enoteca Will Close This Summer

The Seaport spot was disgraced celebrity chef Mario Batali’s first Boston restaurant, though he’s no longer involved.

Tuna poke, fresh oysters, and more raw bar offerings are on the weekend brunch menu at Black Lamb

Brunch Starts This Saturday at Black Lamb

There’s a new spot in the South End for the best meal of the weekend.

Beacon Hill Chocolates sells a new lobster-flavored chocolate bar

A Gourmet Lobster Chocolate Bar Is a Thing You Can Buy

The slightly sweet, savory snack is for sale at Beacon Hill Chocolates.

The Emory, a modern American barroom, opens in Beacon Hill

The Emory Opens Monday in Beacon Hill

Here’s your first look at the menu of not-so-classic bar food, entrees, and craft cocktails.

The newest gyro on the menu at GreCo is the company's first vegan-firnedly offering: Braised mushrooms with Greek fava bean spread.

A Bigger, Boozier GreCo Opens So Soon in the Seaport

Check out the menu, with new loaded loukoumas, a private-label draft beer, Cretan wine, and more.

New Dong Khanh

Chinatown Vietnamese Mainstay New Dong Khanh Will Close in Early August

But, the family behind the 32-year-old restaurant says to stay tuned for future endeavors.


A Growing Local Restaurant Group Is Adding Two Poke Shops Downtown

Love Art Poke and "an express location" are headed for the Financial District and the West End, respectively.


It Was the Final Weekend for Kirkland Tap & Trotter

Chef Tony Maws has made the decision to shutter his Somerville neighborhood restaurant.