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.

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Here’s Why the Truly Original Mystic Brewery Is Calling It Quits

The Chelsea beer company cannot continue to operate as-is, but the future is uncertain.

Greek Street Time Out swordfish

Saloniki Offshoot "Greek Street" Opens Next Week at Time Out Market

Chef Jody Adams and company are bringing authentic Greek fare to the Fenway food hall.

Zucchini chips with tzaziki, gyro, and more from Greco will be available inside Hub Hall when the North End-adjacent food hall opens this winter

Greco and More Will Bring Some Healthy Options to Hub Hall

More announcements about the local flavor headed for Hub Hall have dribbled out.


Banners Kitchen & Tap Will Have a Cocktail Program of Champions

Jackson Cannon has a game-changing drink list for the soon-to-open TD Garden sports bar.

O Ya, Hojoko, and Bianca restaurateurs Tim and Nancy Cushman teamed up with soon-to-be Chestnut Hill neighbor OddFellows Ice Cream

Try an Early Taste of Upcoming Restaurant Bianca—in Ice Cream Form

A new OddFellows Ice Cream flavor previews the O Ya and Hojoko team’s soon-to-open spot in Chestnut Hill.

Pazza on Porter is a new Italian-American restaurant in East Boston from a team that knows the genre

Check Out the Menus for East Boston’s Soon-to-Open Pazza on Porter

The owners are a duo well-versed in the Italian-American genre.

The dining room at Mariel boasts 23-foot ceilings

First Look at Mariel, Downtown Boston’s Gorgeous New Cuban Lounge

It’s now open from the owners of Yvonne’s.

Manoa Poke menu

Manoa Poke Is Back in Business at Its Somerville Shop

It’ll be open on the weekends, with plenty of Hawaiian-style pop-ups on the side.

Pink Taco's restaurant in Boston opens in early October

Infamously Named Pink Taco Restaurant Opens in Boston in October

The LA-based company is sending an equally questionably named merch truck to town this week.

(L to R) Island Creek Oysters' Bill Weiss, Toro chef Josh Elliott, Travel Channel star Andrew Zimmern, and Brassica co-chef Jeremy Kean will participate in Boston's first "Clear and Present" sober dinner this fall

Andrew Zimmern Joins Boston Chefs for a Sober Dinner at Toro

A "Clear and Present" dinner asks guests to keep an open mind about what really makes a meal.

São Paulo-inspired "poutine" topped with grilled hanger steak and chimichurri is on the menu at Air Canada's upcoming pop-up poutinerie

A Globally-Inspired Poutine Pop-Up Flies into Boston This Fall

Air Canada is bringing a 10-day menu of extravagantly loaded French fries to Downtown Crossing.

New Dong Khanh

New Dong Khanh Returns to Chinatown for Two Special Days

The upcoming pop-up at BLR "is just the beginning" for the next iteration of this now-closed Vietnamese favorite.

Trillium Fenway interior

Here’s Your First Look at Sun-Soaked Trillium Fenway

The year-round, greenhouse-like venue will also make exclusive new Trillium beers.


Hub Hall Will Have the Smoke Shop BBQ, and More

The food hall’s second wave of vendors announced is stacked with sandwiches.

Steak tartare at Woods Hill Pier 4

The 10 Most Anticipated Fall 2019 Restaurant Openings

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).