Jacqueline Cain is a food and drinks writer and editor. She is the former Deputy Food Editor at Boston, and has also written for Edible Boston, Apartment Therapy, Eater Boston, and other outlets.
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Gracie’s has a new location in the works, Honeycomb Creamery is back with more seats and treats, and more sweet updates.
Ladies to the front—but everybody’s welcome.
Check out the lineup of local flavor headed for the May music festival.
Among other newsworthy leads, East Boston gets bodacious brunch and dinner from Food for Thought at Sammy Carlo’s.
It’s one of two restaurants chef Justin Urso is opening in May at 907 Main, a boutique Central Square hotel.
The roasting company’s second café has added an evening-friendly menu of artisan popcorn and booze.
Guy Fieri’s Boston Kitchen + Bar and Chicken Guy! replace Explorateur Café and Bar.
Antique details and a zydeco soundtrack complement the New Orleans-inspired menu.
Among other newsworthy leads, the Boston bar scene welcomes a Mexico City-style spot.
New England and Boston are well-represented with a diverse lineup of culinary talent.