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Former Eventide Fenway Chef Is Heading to Ivory Pearl, a “Seafood Emporium” in Brookline

To helm the kitchen at Ivory Pearl, a cocktail-driven seafood spot coming later this year to Brookline, restaurateur Ran Duan has hooked a chef whose […]

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Three of the World’s Best Breweries Are In New England

This news shouldn’t surprise anyone who likes to sample local brews while traveling: Some of the best beer in the world can be enjoyed right […]

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Chef Michael Serpa Will Open a South End Tapas Bar and Café

Michael Serpa is off to the races: A couple weeks after debuting the Tour de France-themed bistro, Grand Tour, the chef has confirmed he’s opening […]

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Weekly Digest: Yellow Door Taqueria Opens at Ink Block, and More Must-Know Food News

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the restaurant news stories you need to know […]

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Meadowlark Butcher & Grocer Will Turn a JP Gas Station Into a Nose-to-Tail Market

Later this year, an eyesore on Jamaica Plain’s thoroughfare will become a place where the community—as well as fans of a popular meat-centric pop-up—will find […]

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Moat Included: Behold, A Massachusetts Restaurant in a Castle Is Up For Sale

What ho! On the edge of serene Lake Sargent in Leicester, Mass., a stone castle-turned-enchanting restaurant is for sale for the first time in its […]

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Boston’s Strega Empire Will Keep Growing after Sale to International Restaurant Group

One of the Boston area’s most well-known restaurateurs is selling off (most of) his empire. That’s the surprising news that dropped yesterday, when word came […]

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Weekly Digest: An Udon Noodle Brasserie Opens in Kenmore Square, and More Must-Know Food News

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the restaurant news stories you need to know […]

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East Boston Oysters Turns a Boston Brownstone into a Secret Supper Club

As East Boston Oysters founder Alexis Cervasio leads me down a cobblestone walkway, a set of glowing, neon-pink lips attached to a gate makes clear […]

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Weekly Digest: Haley House Bakery Café Reopens in Roxbury, and More More Must-Know Food News

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the restaurant news stories you need to know […]

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One of Boston’s Best Gelato Shops Is Opening a Hometown Location in Hingham

On this frigid day in Boston, here’s a cool dispatch: Local makers Gelato & Chill will soon open a second gelato shop. With one scoop […]

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Boston’s First Blind Beer Fest Will Make You a Smarter Drinker

A crisp lager, a refreshing IPA, a rich milk stout—what’s your favorite beer? Some beer fans like certain brews for different experiences: A mixed-fermentation sour […]

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Aeronaut Brewing Company Is Suing One of Its Founders

The new, Boston-area contract brewery FAB Beer says its cans are vehicles for art and activism—but in a new lawsuit, the FAB founder’s former business […]

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Artifact Cider Project Will Open a Cambridge Taproom This Spring

A new branch of the Artifact Cider Project is growing in Cambridge. Six months after debuting its first-ever taproom in the Western Massachusetts village of […]

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Weekly Digest: A Fully Gluten-Free Poke Shop Opens in the West End, and More Must-Know Food News

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the restaurant news stories you need to know […]