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Scott Kearnan

Food + Entertainment Editor


The Devil Is in the Details

Chefs hatch ideas for gussied-up spins on everyone’s favorite hors d’oeuvre, deviled eggs.

Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen

Here’s Your Chance to Invest in a Brighton Brewpub

Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen is raising funds in its race to the finish line.

After Top Chef, Brian Young's next challenge is opening the Emory.

Brian Young Talks Top Chef and Next Steps

The Cultivar chef de cuisine will lead the kitchen at the Emory in April.


Small Bite: Recipe for Success

Top Chef alum debuts a highly anticipated Italian restaurant and wine bar.

The courtyard at the Hungry I restaurant.

Listen Up: These Are the Quietest Restaurants in Boston

A new crowdsourcing app has revealed the most conversation-friendly spots.


Five Food Fights to Have This Thanksgiving

Boston restaurant-related debates that’ll spice up your dinner table.


Here’s the Menu for Shore Leave, Sailing into the South End Next Week

Tiki cocktails and Pacific Rim-inspired cuisine from the Bar Mezzana team.


It’s Here: Our New List of the Top 50 Restaurants in Boston

All-new for 2018, your thoroughly researched and boldly ranked guide to the greatest places to eat and drink around the city.

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Boston Dining Is the Best It’s Ever Been. Here’s How We Can Make It Even Better.

Chefs tell us what the city needs to tackle to build a stronger food scene in Boston.


What You Need to Know About Boston Dining in 2018

In a fast-moving food scene, here are the people, pop-ups, and trends you should be following.


Little Dipper Expands Dinner Service This Week

JP’s outer space-themed diner slings burgers and Star Wars references.


In Defense of Candy Corn

A saccharine manifesto in support of the most polarizing Halloween treat.


First Look at Better Sorts Social Club, Opening This Week

A downtown hotel scores a nifty new cocktail lounge with an industry star at its bar.


Chefs Share Loved and Loathed Halloween Candies

Peanut butter cups are thrillers, but candy corn makes their skin crawl.

Chef Chris Parsons

Chef Chris Parsons Will Open Lily P’s in Cambridge

Expect fried chicken, raw and roasted oysters, and cider on tap.