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.


One of Boston’s Top Gelato Shops Is Opening a Hometown Location in Hingham

Gelato & Chill will replace Cold Stone Creamery at the Derby Street Shops this spring.


Boston’s First Blind Beer Fest Will Make You a Smarter Drinker

The hype-free tasting event kicks of Massachusetts Beer Week in March.


Aeronaut Brewing Is Suing One of Its Founders

The company alleges that FAB Beer—launched by a former partner—ripped off its recipes, among other allegations.


Artifact Cider Will Open a Cambridge Taproom This Spring

The Western Mass.-based company aims to share New England heritage cider with more of Massachusetts.

An unparalleled view of Boston is on the Thanksgiving menu at Top of the Hub

Boston’s Top of the Hub Restaurant Will Close in April

The building owner will replace the 54-year-old dining destination, famed for its epic views, with a new observatory.


Weekly Digest: A Fully Gluten-Free Poke Shop Opens in the West End, Plus More Dining News

Among other delicious leads this week, a French chef is moonlighting in Brookline.


Here’s Your First Look at Bar ‘Cino in Brookline

The neighborhood spot starts slicing up grilled pizzas and shaking up Italian-inspired cocktails on Friday.


Snoop Dogg Made a Glazed Donut Breakfast Sandwich at Dunkin’ and We Tried It

So, how’d it taste?


Drown Your Patriots Postseason Sorrows at This New Winery Near Gillette Stadium

Family-owned Debevino Winery brings Walpole 50 years of Italian-inspired craftsmanship.


Weekly Digest: A New Medford Pub Has Detroit-Style Pizza, Plus More Dining News

Among other delicious leads this week, the Seaport has a new brunch destination.


Here’s How Bostonians Can Help Fight the Australian Bushfires

A star chef-studded “Boston Barbie,” Fort Point fundraising dinner, and other opportunities to show support.


Meet the Local Chef Launching a Bourdain-Inspired, New England Cooking Show

Joe Gatto goes lobstering, harvests sea salt, forges knives and more in From Scratch, which premieres this month.


Brookline Booksmith Will Add a Bar and Café in 2020

The Coolidge Corner store secured a full liquor license to fuel the expansion.

Grassona's dining room

Blossom Bar Sibling Ivory Pearl Will Replace Grassona’s Italian in Brookline

Before acclaimed bartender Ran Duan’s newest cocktail spot opens, the pasta house says goodbye in January with tons of wine specials.


Chilacates Cantina Will Replace the Joint Burger Bar in January

An elevated version of the Mexican street food menu is headed for the revamped space on Centre Street.