Rachel has been covering the Boston-area restaurant scene in various capacities since 2008, including nine years as editor of Eater Boston. A Massachusetts native, she currently resides in Medford with her husband, toddler, cats, and too many plants. When not writing about food, she's playing music or buying yet another cookbook she'll never use.
We’re polling readers to learn whether Neapolitan-inspired, South Shore bar, New York-style, or another kind of pizza served locally is the best of the best.
Plus, Beacon Hill’s getting a cat cafe.
The “true Parisian brasserie” is bringing a certain je ne sais quoi to Kendall Square all day long.
Boston magazine’s Taste extravaganza returns for its 12th year on November 1.
Plus, haggis is back in Boston, a local dive bar is offering free hot dogs for life in exchange for a tattoo, and other food news to kick off the week.
Head to Cambridge for arroz con pato, Chelsea for grilled Amazonian fish, and Charlestown for Chinese-Peruvian fusion.
And another Boston favorite got a nod from the New York Times.
Go to Everett, just north of Boston, for Nepali food hidden in the back of a convenience store, one of Greater Boston’s best pizzas, and more.
Share Champagne or a punch bowl, eat pancakes topped with lobster and tobiko, and beehive yourself.
Sushi and wagyu, a minimalist ode to all things local, and an uni- and caviar-filled feast.