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.
A new OddFellows Ice Cream flavor previews the O Ya and Hojoko team’s soon-to-open spot in Chestnut Hill.
The owners are a duo well-versed in the Italian-American genre.
It’s now open from the owners of Yvonne’s.
It’ll be open on the weekends, with plenty of Hawaiian-style pop-ups on the side.
The LA-based company is sending an equally questionably named merch truck to town this week.
A "Clear and Present" dinner asks guests to keep an open mind about what really makes a meal.
Air Canada is bringing a 10-day menu of extravagantly loaded French fries to Downtown Crossing.
The upcoming pop-up at BLR "is just the beginning" for the next iteration of this now-closed Vietnamese favorite.
The year-round, greenhouse-like venue will also make exclusive new Trillium beers.
From a Garden-adjacent sports bar with a heavy-hitting cocktail program (trust us), to a rustic and relaxed grill in the ’burbs (again, trust us).
The food hall by North Station will have plenty of local flavor when it opens this winter.
Consider Boston Beer Alley "the first phase" of the BPM’s efforts to upgrade its booze offerings.
The Little Donkey-inspired roll is part of 10th anniversary specials created by José Andrés and other celebrity chefs nationwide.