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.

Tacos Arabes at Simcha bring Mexican-inspired Middle Eastern flavors to Sharon
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Simcha Chef Avi Shemtov Is Launching a Taco Truck

Arabé will hit the streets this spring with New England riffs on a Mexican-Middle Eastern invention.

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Cocktails, Cookies, and Cabernet: These Dining Events Celebrate Women’s History Month

Ladies to the front—but everybody’s welcome.

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Get Ready for Roxy’s Fried Chicken and Mikkeller Beer at Boston Calling

Check out the lineup of local flavor headed for the May music festival.

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Weekly Digest: New Chelsea Restaurant Is a Portal to Peru, Plus More Dining News

Among other newsworthy leads, East Boston gets bodacious brunch and dinner from Food for Thought at Sammy Carlo’s.

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A Culinary Journeyman Shares His Globetrotting Menu for the Dial

It’s one of two restaurants chef Justin Urso is opening in May at 907 Main, a boutique Central Square hotel.

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Gracenote Coffee and Wine Bar Is Now Open in Cambridge

The roasting company’s second café has added an evening-friendly menu of artisan popcorn and booze.

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Two New Guy Fieri Restaurants Will Open on Boston Common This Summer

Guy Fieri’s Boston Kitchen + Bar and Chicken Guy! replace Explorateur Café and Bar.

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Look Inside French Quarter, Now Open in Downtown Boston

Antique details and a zydeco soundtrack complement the New Orleans-inspired menu.

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Weekly Digest: A Prop-Filled Karaoke Bar Arrives in the Back Bay, Plus More Food News

Among other newsworthy leads, the Boston bar scene welcomes a Mexico City-style spot.

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Here Are the Local James Beard Award Semifinalists for 2020

New England and Boston are well-represented with a diverse lineup of culinary talent.

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Look Inside Lucie Drink and Dine, Opening Tonight in the Back Bay

Though it’s located just off the lobby of a luxury hotel, this is a neighborhood bar for us, Boston.

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Weekly Digest: Little Donkey Launches a Late-Night Menu, Plus More Food News

Among other newsworthy leads, the Bay State’s best barbecue is coming closer to Boston.

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Former Eventide Fenway Chef Is Heading to Ivory Pearl, a “Seafood Emporium” in Brookline

Ian Maschal will bring crudo, whole grilled fish, and more to bartender Ran Duan’s upcoming project.

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Three of the World’s Best Breweries Are In New England

According to RateBeer reviews from around the world.

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Chef Michael Serpa Will Open a South End Tapas Bar and Café

Atlántico sails in this spring with Spanish and Portuguese seafood and wines, plus house-made pastries, smoothies, and coffee.