Food + Entertainment Editor
Michelin-starred chef Mark Ladner starts rolling out his restaurant (and its gigantic meatballs) this weekend.
Our “apple-a-day” itinerary, from apple babka on Monday to cider cake on Sunday, with boozy milkshakes in between.
Plant-based pub grub from a star chef, Asian-inspired spins on New England seafood, and a lot (like, a lot) of exciting Italian spots.
The stunning new restaurant, the latest from the team behind Yvonne’s and others, takes lovely liberties with coastal French cuisine.
And that’s exactly why the sports jockey turned toque is redefining what it means to be a celebrity chef in Boston today.
If you lost your social skills during the shutdown, please allow these tired chefs to remind you of some basic table manners.
Coquette will flirt its way into the upcoming Omni hotel, bearing playful cocktails and bits of Basque Country influence.
Former Terra chef Dan Bazzinotti is remixing Italian cuisine in a massive space with a dance floor, stage, and nightly entertainment.
From high-end sushi to rooftop Champagne, the ‘Quin House is a stunning playground with more than a dozen restaurants and bars—if you can get inside.
Star restaurateur Matthew Kenney has planted Double Zero, a gourmet pizza and wine bar, in the Back Bay.
There’s a lot we’ve lost during the pandemic. But when it’s all over, what will happen to the things we’ve found?
Mark Ladner, the Michelin-starred force behind Mario Batali’s former flagship Del Posto, is opening an Italian spot in Harvard Square.
Kitchens and dining rooms are trying to ramp up to feed a vaccinated public. Many restaurants, though, are having trouble getting necessary staff to return.
Grill 23 owner Chris Himmel and Bistro du Midi chef Robert Sisca will drop anchor at Grand Banks Fish House in July.