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Temple Bar and the Grafton Group co-owner owner Patrick Lee
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The Grafton Group’s Patrick Lee on 20 Years of Temple Bar

If the flip of a coin had gone the other way, Massachusetts Avenue between Harvard and Porter squares might have had another location of Todd […]

Night Shift Annex bar
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Night Shift Is Opening a Brewpub on the North End Waterfront

A rapidly developing neighborhood in the heart of Boston such as Lovejoy Wharf certainly needs a local brewery—and it will get one. Night Shift Brewing […]

Luce Farm is hosting a hemp dinner at Deadhorse Hill in Worcester
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Deadhorse Hill Is Hosting a CBD Hemp Dinner in Worcester

The first hemp dinner in Massachusetts led by Vermont growers Luce Farm happens to fall a few days after the stoner holiday 4/20, but that’s […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Stoner Food It’s April 20, it’s Friday—skip out of work around, say, 4:20 and pick up some snacks. Union Square Donuts is celebrating at its […]

The Korean sandwich from Ducky's Fried Chicken, a Sunday pop-up at Commonwealth Cambridge
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Ducky’s Fried Chicken Takes Over Sundays at Commonwealth

More than a year ago, the kitchen team at Commonwealth started experimenting every Monday night with variations on the buttermilk fried chicken sandwich. Now, with […]

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Lauren Friel Is Opening a Natural Wine Bar at Bow Market

A unique art and culinary marketplace calls for a different type of wine bar—and that’s exactly what Somerville’s soon-to-open Bow Market will get. Rebel Rebel, […]

The Stevens–Coolidge Place in North Andover
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Notch Brewing and the Trustees Team Up on a Traveling Biergarten

It’s shaping up to be the summer of open-air beer bars, with new taps flowing on the Greenway, underneath the Southeast Expressway, in a Canton […]

Bertucci's Italian Restaurant, W. Hartford, CT. 8/2014
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Bertucci’s Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

One of the most recognizable names in Massachusetts restaurants has picked Patriots’ Day to announce its bankruptcy filing. Bertucci’s, site of so many pre-Marathon carbo-load […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Patio Season? Is it just us, or did the weekend forecast turn on us? We were looking forward to a sunny and seasonable Patriots’ Day, […]

The outdoor patio at Trillium Canton
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Check Out Trillium Canton’s New Outdoor Patio This Spring

While we wait for news on what beer gardens are headed for the Greenway this spring, at least there is this: Trillium has quietly debuted […]

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The Boston Guide to a Marathon Day of Dining and Drinking

With the world’s oldest, consecutively run marathon, and the coinciding tradition of an early day game at Major League Baseball’s oldest ballpark, Patriots’ Day is […]

A&B Burgers is opening a second location at the Beverly in Boston this fall
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Beverly’s A&B Burgers Is Opening a Second Location in Boston

An award-winning, casual North Shore restaurant is bringing its beloved menu to downtown Boston. A&B Burgers, which opened in Beverly in 2016, is expanding with […]

Dishes and drinks from Mulberry Wine Bar, opening this week only at Branch Line
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Branch Line Employees Pop Up With New Coffee and Wine Bars

Deena Marlette knows firsthand how possible it is to make a fulfilling career out of restaurants. Before she was general manager at Branch Line, she […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

A Waffle-Wich, Pimento Hollandaise, and “A Pitcher of Dorian Grey” Brunch officially begins this Sunday at chef Jason Cheek’s new Southern Proper. Find regular menu favorites, […]

Down the Road Beer Co. taproom
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Meet the Malt Master: Down the Road Beer Co.

Perhaps it’s the striking artwork on cans and bottles of brews like Pukwudgie session IPA, Seven Star IPA, and Rasenmäher Kölsch. Maybe it’s the bright […]