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.

The Hebrew Hammer, Latke Sour, and the Manishevitz Martinez from the pop-up Maccabee Bar at Better Sorts Social Club

Boston Has a Full-On Hanukkah-Themed Bar This Year

Plus, the Christmas-themed Miracle Bar returns to Cambridge and Malden.


Boston and 90+ Cellars Have a Sparkling Wine for the Holidays

Boston Bubbly sales support the Greater Boston Food Bank.


Five Seasonal Beers (and Cider) to Add to Your Holiday Table

From a fruity sour beer that pairs perfectly with rich gravy, to a spiced squash porter for dessert.

The Smoke Shop BBQ at Assembly Row

Ask the Editor: Where to Fuel Up for Holiday Shopping

This reader wants to eat something decent around the retail north of Boston.


Sneak a Peek at the Tony & Elaine’s Menu

Get an early taste of the North End red sauce joint this month at Ward 8.

Michael Breach—aka @BaristArt—created the Boston magazine "B" on a Dunkin' latte.

Behind the Foam with a World-Traveling Latte Artist

Social media celeb Michael Breach was in Boston to highlight the new espresso program at Dunkin’.


The Funky, Fermented Flavors of Tasting Counter Are Now For Sale

The Somerville restaurant just launched a line of house-made condiments.


The Early Details on the Music Venue Headed for the North Station Area

Plus, Big Night Entertainment is also opening a Latin-leaning restaurant there.


Shōjō Will Open a Second Location at Logan Airport

Welcome to Baoston.

Jack's Abby cofounders Eric, Sam and Jack Hendler

Jack’s Abby Is Taking Over a North Station Bar

Give yourself extra time to catch your train this winter. You’ve got beer to drink.

A bold floral wall hides wine storage at Nathálie Wine Bar.

Ask the Editor: Cozy Bars for Winter Dates

This couple wants to spend the season together lingering over drinks and snacks.

For select reservations each week, customers can pay what they want for a three-course meal at Juliet in Somerville

You Can Now Pay What You Want at Juliet

Through the end of the year, two tables each week are reserved with a super-accessible offer.

Both locations of Boston Chops are open Thanksgiving Day with steakhouse fare and holiday specials

Where to Make a Last-Minute Thanksgiving Day Reservation

From classy prix-fixe menus at Back Bay hotels, to casual comforts at Cambridge pubs.

Lord Hobo finally has a place for people to hang out at its Woburn headquarters

Lord Hobo Brewing’s "Humble Castle" Debuts in Woburn

The beer hall and pizzeria kicks things off this weekend.


Chick-fil-A Is Getting Ready to Roost in Boston

The controversial chicken chain is making moves on a Copley Square location.