Food + Entertainment Editor
Robot bartenders? Time limits on tables? Industry experts share big and small predictions for the future of dining out.
Chocolate mousse and Champagne-splashed cocktails? Mais oui! Check out this French-inflected demo promoted by Boston Magazine Events.
Check out videos from Amy Poehler, Ken Casey, Julian Edelman and other boldfaced names supporting frontline workers.
Hungry? Good. Boston Magazine Events has kicked off a series of promotional demos starring the city’s best chefs.
Dr. Monica O’Neal, the Boston-based cast member of a new Bravo reality show, explains how she’s caring for patients—and herself.
State Senator Jamie Eldridge has filed an action to make insurance companies pay for coronavirus closures. It could be a “game changer.”
They had everything to lose, but still closed dining rooms without a fight. The hospitality industry saved lives, and now they need us to save theirs.
Your daily update on unique delivery deals, fundraisers, and other ways the industry is dealing with COVID-19.
Everyone’s adapting—or trying to, anyway.
On-site consumption is banned until April 6, and emotions run from “destroyed” to “relieved.”
Award-winning chef Ron Suhanosky will also turn his current Chestnut Hill restaurant, Chef Ronsky’s, into a wine shop.