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Devin Adams (left) and Palmer Matthews, co-owners of the Townshend in Quincy

The Townshend Team Will Bring Latin Cuisine and Cocktails to Quincy Center

Tacos, tequila, and a whole lot more rum is on the way to Quincy Center. By early next year, the fast-growing neighborhood south of Boston […]


Four Unique New England Restaurants Are on the Bon Appetit Hot 10 Shortlist in 2019

UPDATE, September 17, 9 a.m.: Bon Appetit’s Hot 10 is here for 2019—and alas, no New England spots in sight. Dallas is the national magazine’s […]

Sliders at Lincoln Tavern

Lincoln Tavern Launches a Substantial Late-Night Menu in South Boston

Lincoln Tavern has proven to be an indispensable reason to get out of bed in the morning, but beginning this week, the South Boston restaurant […]


Narragansett Beer Will Open a Providence Brewery in 2020

Narragansett Beer’s standard greeting of “Hi, neighbor” will take on a new significance in its home state next year: Rhode Island’s iconic brewing company is […]

The Kenmore Square basement bar formerly home to the Lower Depths Tap Room is becoming "The Kenmore" this fall

“The Kenmore” Will Open This Fall in the Former Lower Depths Tap Room

UPDATE, October 21: The Kenmore is now open, serving up a $5 Pat LaFrieda burger, loaded hot dogs, in homage to its predecessor Lower Depths; […]


Fox & the Knife Debuts a Pizzelle Ice Cream Sandwich—If You Can Get It

Summertime might be waning, but at Boston’s best new restaurant, it’s time for ice cream on the patio. Fox & the Knife has just introduced […]

Katz's pastrami and Mike & Patty's "the Fancy"

Katz’s Pastrami Can Be Delivered to Your Door in Boston this Weekend

Since Katz’s Delicatessen was founded in 1888, its iconic pastrami hasn’t changed. The beef is still cured and spice-rubbed in-house, in the East Village; then smoked slowly […]

Yellow Door Taqueria

Yellow Door Taqueria Heads to the South End for One Weekend Only

Though it requires a ride on the charming Mattapan trolley to get there by public transit, Yellow Door Taqueria is well worth a visit for […]


Brewer’s Fork Team Is Taking Over Charlestown’s Navy Yard Bistro

An indispensable dining option in Charlestown is in the midst of its final week in business, but the impending closure of Navy Yard Bistro doesn’t […]


Brian Mercury Is Puritan & Co.’s New Chief Pastry Chef

As New England heads into harvest season, Puritan & Co. now has one of the best pastry chefs in the business on board to showcase […]

Uni Boston dining room

Online Reviews Rank Boston as a Top-Five “College Town for Foodies”

Home to dozens of colleges and universities, stellar high schools, and even preschools, Greater Boston is used to topping national lists that rank educational opportunities. […]

The Emory burger with garlic cheddar fondue

Add These New Menus to the Weekday Lunch Routine in Boston

As summer winds down, get back into the swing of things with an enjoyable, but efficient lunch out in Boston. New restaurants around the city are […]

A drink and chips on the glowing bar at Bit Bar Salem

Bit Bar Will Bring Arcade Games and “Tetris Tots” to Malden This Winter

The City of Malden is leveling up its downtown: A so-called “Gaming District” is developing around the Malden Center T stop, Mayor Gary Christenson announced […]


OddFellows Ice Cream Co. Opens Friday at the Street in Chestnut Hill

When you grab a stool at the gold-speckled counter inside Chestnut Hill’s new OddFellows Ice Cream parlor and order up a banana split, the nostalgic […]

Clover's classic chickpea fritter sandwich

Clover Is Finally Opening a Restaurant in the Back Bay This Fall

UPDATE, December 10: Welcome to Copley Square, Clover. The food lab has softly opened its 13th restaurant in the Back Bay, and is hosting a […]