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.

New Fat Cat back dining room

First Look at the New Fat Cat Restaurant in Quincy

The beloved gastropub has reopened in a larger location—with an expanded menu.


Harpoon’s New Allston X-Mas Beer "Pairs Well with Unpacking"

Trillium also has some special cans ready for Boston’s biggest moving weekend of the year.

The Blue Ox burger and new owner Anthony Caturano

The Blue Ox in Lynn Has a New Owner (and the Same Great Burger)

Prezza and Tonno chef Anthony Caturano has taken the reins of the North Shore institution.

biscuits at Stillwater in Boston

Get Ready for "Ritz Chicken" and Jelly Doughnut Crème Brûlée at Stillwater

Here’s your first look at the menu for chef Sarah Wade’s new downtown comfort-food haven.

A menu preview for Krasi: zucchini carpaccio

The Committee Team Plans a Greek Wine Bar for the Back Bay

Plus, the former Cafe Jaffa basement will become a "mysterious" cocktail den.

Lobster bucatini at Orfano, now open in the Fenway

Orfano Opens in the Fenway with Glamour, Gin, and Garlic Bread

Check out the opening menu, then go eat at Tiffani Faison’s latest spot tonight.

Common Ground in Allston

This Weekend Was Last Call for Common Ground Allston

The decades-old nightlife spot has closed for good after a rough year.

Yellow Door Taqueria

Yellow Door Taqueria Heads to the South End for One Weekend Only

The Best of Boston taqueria brings its menu, drinks, and vibe to sister spot Lion’s Tail in September.


The Brewer’s Fork Team Plans a New Bistro for Charlestown

The 15-year neighborhood mainstay will close this weekend and be reborn next year under new ownership.

a ricotta cannoli from Maria's Pastry Shop

Maria’s Pastry Shop Will Close For Good in September

Owner Maria Merola’s retirement means the end for the venerated North End bakery.


Shy Bird Has Landed in Kendall Square

The all-day café, rotisserie, and wine bar is the first Cambridge effort for the owner of Branch Line and Eastern Standard.

Tapestry Expo Kitchen. / Photos provided

Tapestry Restaurant Will Close After Three Years in the Fenway

Head to the eclectic neighborhood spot this week for one more slice of awesome Neapolitan-style pizza.


Brian Mercury Is Puritan & Co.’s New Chief Pastry Chef

The two-time Best of Boston winner will be involved with Will Gilson’s latest Cambridge project, too.

Todd Noon of Bonez Brothers BBQ

A Florida Alligator Wrangler Is Opening a Barbecue Restaurant in Quincy

Bonez Brothers BBQ will, of course, serve ’gator sausages.

Uni Boston dining room

Online Reviews Rank Boston as a Top-Five "College Town for Foodies"

Three New England cities land on a national list celebrating higher education and high-end dining.