Jacqueline Cain - Boston Magazine

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.

Restaurants

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.

Restaurants

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.

Restaurants

This New Jamaica Plain Bakery and Café Is Also a Record Shop

Monumental Market, a joint project from three popular pop-ups, opens with espresso, artisan pop-tarts, and racks full of vinyl.

Restaurants

Weekly Digest: Yellow Door Taqueria Opens at Ink Block, Plus More Food News

Among other newsworthy leads, a local couple of married chefs will debut a gastropub called Thistle & Leek.

Restaurants

Meadowlark Butcher & Grocer Will Turn a JP Gas Station Into a Nose-to-Tail Market

A pop-up sausage purveyor is putting down roots—and picnic tables—in the heart of the neighborhood.

Restaurants

Boston Restaurant Veterans to Open a West Newton Wine Bar in February

Flora’s Wine Bar will have a simple menu of sophisticated drinks and charcuterie boards.

Restaurants

Moat Included: A Massachusetts Restaurant in a Castle Is For Sale

Have $1.5 million? Here is an enchanting opportunity to own a waterfront landmark where pop culture royalty has dined.

Restaurants

Weekly Digest: Cósmica Lands with Tacos and Tequila, Plus More Food News

Among other newsworthy leads, Allston has a new ice cream sundae shop.

Restaurants

Here’s Your First Look at the Greek Wine Bar That’s Transformed an Iconic Back Bay Café

Krasi opens next week in the former Cafe Jaffa space.

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It’s the Final Month for Lumière, Which Will Close after 20 Years in West Newton

The romantic mainstay brought sophistication to the suburbs.

Restaurants

The Strega Empire Will Keep Growing after Sale to International Restaurant Group

The Smith & Wollensky parent company has purchased several properties from restaurateur Nick Varano, who’s now planning his next steps.

Restaurants

Weekly Digest: An Udon Noodle Brasserie Opens in Kenmore Square, Plus More Food News

Among other newsworthy leads, Flour Bakery is opening a location in Beacon Hill.

Restaurants

50Kitchen Opens an Inspiring New Chapter for Its Chef

Anthony Caldwell overcame addiction, and now debuts a Dorchester restaurant committed to community.

Restaurants

Here’s Your First Look at Chef Michael Serpa’s Grand Tour

The Newbury Street bistro, his follow-up to acclaimed Select Oyster Bar, opens this week.