Nathan Tavares is a writer and former assistant editor of The Improper Bostonian. His fiction debut, A Fractured Infinity, comes out November 1, 2022.
Hustle through the menu of scratch-made pastas, huge salads, and “Italian-American-ish” delights.
These options for gooey, cheesy comfort in a bowl (or a skillet, or a mug) will get you through Boston’s colder months.
It’s been a very long break for the venue—and for Louis DiBiccari, the latest chef to helm its culinary residency program.
The seaside haven at the end of the world lures with raw bars, perfect pizzas, and all the frosé you can handle.
Borrow one of the free cruiser bikes to explore, too.
Housed in a historical building rebuilt brick-by-brick on the waterfront, Twelve tantalizes with a dozen-plus reasons to dine in Maine.
Chart a course for all the seafood you can swallow, plus spicy shrimp rangoons and lick-your-plate desserts.
Inspirations bloom at Blue Iris, from Portuguese influences to its link to a former artist colony.
Hop on a moveable feast of sunny Haitian cuisine, hot-pressed Brazilian hot dogs, and more.
Between splurge-worthy tasting menus and welcoming whiskey taverns, we have no reservations about eating alone.