Food + Entertainment Editor
From Hopkinton to Heartbreak Hill, our picks for refueling on race day.
When it comes to fresh, local food, they’re the cream of the crop.
Named for the “badass witch” of Greek mythology, the Back Bay sanctum is ready to raise some spirits.
Route 1 is more than just a place to buy a loveseat, repair your smartphone, and get a body wax, all without leaving the same parking lot. It’s also a place to sit back and enjoy the finer things in life—with a touch of kitsch, naturally.
From Boston’s first sake bar to a new speakeasy-inspired spot, here’s where to raise a toast.
We look back at the few mighty victors—and tell you where to find their competition-winning dishes today.
Individual Boston chefs make a strong showing, yet the Oscars of the food world snubbed even our best restaurants. Huh?
A legendary lasagna, cult-favorite cookies, steaming hot ramen bowls, and more.
When the need for spice strikes, check out these sauce-covered classics, double-fried deviations, and more.
The famously fiery chef chose the Back Bay for the inaugural location of his new Ramsay’s Kitchen concept.