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Review: Coquette Is Not Your Grandpa’s Boîte

Like its sister restaurants, the recently revamped Seaport restaurant is a party—one with some seriously next-level food to boot.


Review: Grace by Nia Brings Throwback Supper-Club Glamour to the Seaport

This convivial restaurant, music venue, and bar is a symbol of a shiny new Boston waterfront that’s welcoming to all.


Review: Bar Vlaha Gives a Novel European Cuisine a Vivid Local Debut

With a focus on Greece’s mountainous north, the Balkan-inspired menu begs to be shared with big groups—if you can all score a table.


Dorchester’s Comfort Kitchen Beautifully Executes a Soulful, Global Menu

The Upham’s Corner restaurant not only illuminates the African diaspora through terrific food, drinks, and service, but also a path to improve the lives of its local descendants.


Review: Tonino Is Unpretentious, Delicious, and Consummately Jamaica Plain

The Italian restaurant in Boston’s diverse residential neighborhood makes a case for getting out of your downtown dining rut.


Review: Moëca Largely Succeeds With Wildly Clever Seafood

With a menu full of fish dishes from around the globe, the Cambridge newcomer keeps its head above water—most of the time.


Review: An Indie Success Story at Lenox Sophia

In an increasingly tough time for independent restaurants to open and flourish, this tiny South Boston spot is making magic one five-course tasting menu at a time.

The South End Is So Over

Overrun with velvet ropes, $8 tomatoes, and a Washington-Street-by-way-of-Route-9 crowd, the South End has some once proud residents wondering just what the hell happened to the former hippest neighborhood in town.