Food + Entertainment Editor
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.
An even bigger, waterfront sibling to one of Nantucket’s hottest restaurants has dropped anchor—and its own canned rosé wine—at an iconic Seaport address.
If there’s one thing New Englanders know, it’s how to bounce back after a stretch of dark days.
Carl Dooley is taking over the helm at Mooncusser Fish House when the fine-dining destination reopens next month.
Missing live concerts? The Adam Ezra Group frontman is coming up on his 365th consecutive online show, and even played during his own bout with COVID-19.
A stylish global-cuisine addition to the Seaport, wood-fired pizzas in Mission Hill, a spirited tavern in Brookline, and more.
After you get a shot in your arm, get a sizzling skillet-baked cookie, insanely huge nutter butter sandwich, or Biden- and Harris-inspired ice cream scoops in your belly.
Cuddle rooms have worked out elsewhere, so why not here?
Here’s how high-end restaurants are handling an era made for home delivery and couch-friendly comfort foods.