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.

The display cases at the North End's Dolce are full of pastries, sandwiches, and more
Restaurants

A Café Called Dolce Has Replaced DePasquale’s North End Gelateria

Daily doughnuts, sheet-pan pizzas, and more new menu items accompany the rebrand.

The Emory burger with garlic cheddar fondue
Restaurants

Add These New Menus to Your Weekday Lunch Routine

Check out these new daytime dining options in the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and beyond.

Restaurants

An Eclectic, Global Cocktail Bar Pops Up at the Merchant

Stamp your passport at Foreign Correspondents Club to try a world of new drinks.

A drink and chips on the glowing bar at Bit Bar Salem
Restaurants

Downtown Malden Is Leveling Up This Winter with an Arcade Bar

A second location of Salem’s popular Bit Bar is headed for a growing "Gaming District."

Restaurants

OddFellows Ice Cream Co. Opens Friday in Chestnut Hill

The first shop beyond NYC for the buzzy (and boozy) company features exclusive flavors by Boston chefs.

Artifact Cider Feels Like Home cans 2018
Restaurants

Now You Can Drink Artifact Cider Close to the Source

A destination taproom for apple lovers grandly opens this weekend in Florence, Mass.

Taqueria el Barrio tacos live on a edge counter
Restaurants

Taqueria el Barrio Opens This Week in Brookline

It’s the fast-food debut for a local restaurant industry pro and Mexico native.

The Oyster Club summer flounder Milanese
Restaurants

Five Things to Eat at The Oyster Club at the Heritage

Here’s what to order at chef Chris Parsons’s new seafood restaurant in Park Square.

Clover's classic chickpea fritter sandwich
Restaurants

Clover Is Finally Opening a Restaurant in the Back Bay

The meat-free mecca is headed for a busy block in Copley Square.

Restaurants

12 Must-Eat Dining Events Happening This Month

From a cheesy menu takeover throughout Bow Market, to a family-reunion feast of Filipino food.

Trader Joe's Allston
Restaurants

The Seaport Is Getting Its First Real Grocery Store

Trader Joe’s lands in Fort Point this fall.

The Burren pub
Restaurants

Contrary to Sudden Panic, the Burren Is Not Closing

Potential Davis Square development will leave the storied pub "unaffected."

Tacos Arabes at Simcha bring Mexican-inspired Middle Eastern flavors to Sharon
Restaurants

Rethink Taco Tuesday with Tacos Árabes at Simcha

These handheld vessels of culinary history riff on a Mexican-Middle Eastern invention.

Restaurants

At the Buffalo Jump, a Once-Notorious Chef Remakes His Image

Alongside his wife-partner, Brandon Baltzley launches a winning new act in a storied career.

Cantillon bottles at Row 34
Restaurants

Row 34 Will Bring Cantillon’s Epic Sour Beer Day to Boston

Zwanze Day returns in September, and the Fort Point spot is the only place in Boston pouring the exclusive brew.