Chefs Ken Oringer (L) and Jamie BIssonnette

Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette Are in Dubai Opening Another Toro

If you have an itch to travel, but don’t have the time as summer is winding down, may we suggest following Ken Oringer and Jamie […]


Longfellows Elevates Its Café Menu with Bondir Pastries

It’s not just Lamplighter beer dinners that have come from the brewery’s proximity to the award-winning Bondir restaurant. Now the colocated café, Longfellows, is reaping […]

A summer 2017 tasting menu from the Buffalo Jump

The Buffalo Jump Is Sticking Around and Opening a Café

After a few seasons of popping up with a tasting menu for a couple weeks at a time, the Buffalo Jump has plans to deepen its […]


Chef Chris Fischer Debuts Beetlebung Farm Market

Chef Chris Fischer is bringing the sizzle of Manhattan to his family’s Vineyard homestead. And he’s betting the farm he’ll have the next big destination restaurant.


Boston Chefs Andy Husbands, Tiffani Faison and More on Chopped Grill Masters

Andy Husbands released his fourth cookbook this spring, trained and did the 300-mile Chefs Cycle for No Kid Hungry, and presided over two restaurants—but he actually […]


Lydia Shire’s Indian Pudding Recipe

When she bought the late, great Locke-Ober in 2001, Lydia Shire inherited one of the city’s most legendary restaurants—and a subpar recipe for Indian pudding. […]


Jacques Pépin’s Recipe for Venison Steaks in Sweet-Sour Sauce

After residing in Connecticut for more than 40 years, French chef Jacques Pépin considers himself a bona fide New Englander. “It’s where I’ve lived the […]


Emeril Lagasse’s New England Clam Boil Recipe

Long before he became an expert on New Orleans cuisine, chef Emeril Lagasse learned how to whip up southeastern Massachusetts staples such as the Portuguese-style […]


Christopher Kimball’s Pickled Vegetables Recipe

Seasoned farm-stand shoppers know you have to grab those asparagus stalks the moment they’re pulled out of the dirt or risk missing the season’s peak […]

Barbara Lynch photo by Michael Prince provided

Barbara Lynch Charged with a DUI in Gloucester

UPDATE, August 18, noon: Barbara Lynch has agreed to accept the terms of the court following her arrest for driving under the influence in Gloucester […]


How Boston’s Top Chefs Stay Fit

How do Boston’s top chefs resist temptation and manage to stay fit? Here are five inside tips worth stealing.

Deuxave chef de cuisine Justin Urso

Justin Urso Is the New Chef at Deuxave

While the Boston Urban Hospitality group grows with a new location of Boston Chops, its flagship restaurant gets new leadership. Deuxave just announced Justin Urso is […]

The shoryuken bowl at Ruckus

Shōjō’s Ruckus Noodle Shop Opens This Weekend

It’s a safe bet that slurping won’t be the only sounds filling Chinatown’s newest ramen shop. Ruckus, a pan-Asian noodle bar, is the latest from […]

Milk Bar's iconic Cereal Milk soft serve. / Photo via Milk Bar

Milk Bar Is Planning a Boston-Area Location

After &pizza’s plan to open a branch in Harvard Square was denied by the Cambridge Zoning Board of Appeals, they’ve decided to sweeten the deal: […]

The 2017 Zagat 30 Under 30 honorees from acorss the U.S. include Boston pros Linchul Shin and Irene Li

Two Bostonians Are Finalists on Zagat’s National 30 Under 30

Two restaurant pros in Boston are among the finalists on Zagat’s national 30 Under 30. The list, out this week, honors 45 young culinary and […]