Jacqueline Cain

Associate Food Editor at Boston Magazine

Jackie Cain is the Associate Food Editor at Boston, covering food, drink, and restaurants news. Cain was previously an associate editor at Eater Boston.

The bar at La Bodega

Drink This Now: Vintage Wines at La Bodega

Four years after Salts closed, chef Gabriel Bremer is popping bottles in Watertown.

A lineup from Night Shift Distributing partner breweries

Sip on These Upcoming Beer Events

From hurricane relief gose, to planning your Extreme Beer Fest weekend.

A sausage board by Meadowlark Butcher

Meadowlark Butcher Pops Up in Boston While Hunting for a Storefront

Find the startup, whole-animal butcher shop’s sausages at your favorite breweries.

Chef Brian Poe at Parish Cafe

Brian Poe Is a New Partner at Parish Café

The Tip Tap Room chef has no plans to change the beloved concept—but expect some "Poe touches."

A cheeseburger in the works for the forthcoming Wellington in Belmont Center

Dante Serves Lunch This Week to Preview New Belmont Burger Bar

The de Magistris brothers will open the Wellington later this year.

Cardullo's Harvard Square

Cardullo’s Will Open a Second Location in the Seaport

The gourmet shop debuted in one of the city’s oldest ’hood’s in 1950, and will expand into its newest this spring.


What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Icelandic hot dogs, pasta against workplace harassment, and Sunday sherry at Backbar.

Galleria Umberto's Sicilian slices (center)

Galleria Umberto Is a James Beard "America’s Classic"

A new award confirms what we already knew about this North End favorite.

Smuttynose brewery

Want to Buy a Multi-Million Dollar Brewery?

Smuttynose seeks a new owner.

Enter the line to order at Cava in Fenway

Look Inside Boston’s First Location of Cava

It officially opens Friday, but if you’re in the Fenway, swing by for free lunch or dinner today.


Jacob Wirth Is for Sale in the Theater District

Got $1 million? The iconic German beer hall could be yours.


Here’s a Chance to Win an AFC Championship Weekend Stay in Foxboro

Including tickets to the game, and an on-field tour beforehand with a two-time Super Bowl Champion.

Phil's Slow Braised Meatballs at Grassona's Italian in Brookline

First Look at the Grassona’s Italian Menu

It softly opens in Washington Square on Thursday.

Tortelloni en Brodo at the Table at Season to Taste

Can’t-Miss Late-January Dining Events

Milestone anniversary parties, visiting Michelin-starred chefs, a celebration of dumplings, and more.

duck shoyu ramen at Brassica Kitchen

Ramen Tuesdays Start Tonight at Brassica Kitchen

Chef de cuisine Matthew Hummel is hand-making the noodles.