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.
The Coolidge Corner store secured a full liquor license to fuel the expansion.
Before acclaimed bartender Ran Duan’s newest cocktail spot opens, the pasta house says goodbye in January with tons of wine specials.
An elevated version of the Mexican street food menu is headed for the revamped space on Centre Street.
Century-old seafood spot No Name has shuttered, while Gray’s Hall becomes Southie’s newest wine bar.
FAB Beer launches its “Baby Dictators” series this week with a party in Dorchester.
We also have a tempting sneak peek at the M&M BBQ menu.
Bid adieu to the 2010s with complimentary snacks and Champagne, throwback dance parties, or luxurious prix-fixe menus.
The contemporary gastropub honors the legacy of late bartender, Noel O’Connor.
The team behind one of NYC’s most influential bars his serving up a sophisticated lounge in the West End.
Among other delicious leads this week, the Salty Pig has new desserts from an award-winning pastry chef.
The latest update from the downtown food hall, now opening in early 2020, also reveals a gigantic video wall.
A second location of the Best of Boston taco shop will take over the Ink Block cocktail bar, which pours its final drinks this month.
The new venue promises multi-player games, cocktails, shareable fare, and “ridiculous joy.”