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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 […]

Boston skyline view from the Top of the Hub
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Please Allow Me the Space to Mourn Top of the Hub, a Place I Rarely Went

A few weeks ago, I was tuned in to Saturday Night Live. That doesn’t happen often. When it comes to being funny, SNL is spotty at best. […]

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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 […]

An unparalleled view of Boston is on the Thanksgiving menu at Top of the Hub
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Boston’s Top of the Hub Restaurant Will Close in April

If you’re hoping to treat your sweetheart to dinner and sweeping views of Boston on Valentine’s Day, act fast to make a Top of the […]

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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 […]

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Restaurant Review: Chef Colin Lynch’s Black Lamb Is Comfortable and Classic

The most memorable experience I had at Black Lamb, chef-owner Colin Lynch’s highly anticipated fourth project in the South End, involved shot glasses and free […]

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Here’s Your First Look at Bar ‘Cino in Brookline

Meet Brookline’s newest neighbor. Bar ’Cino—whose name, pronounced chee-no, is derived from the Italian word for “neighbor,” vicino—opens Friday, Jan. 17, in a well-known restaurant […]

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Snoop Dogg Made a Glazed Donut Breakfast Sandwich at Dunkin’ and We Tried It

Dunkin’ has some of that real sticky icky icky goin’ on this week: Check out the Beyond D-O-Double G sandwich, an off-menu special available through […]

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Drown Your Patriots Postseason Sorrows at This New Winery Near Gillette Stadium

For one local Italian-American extended family, decades of sharing a winemaking hobby has turned into a unique new business in the town of Walpole. Debevino […]

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Weekly Digest: A Medford Pub Opens with Detroit-Style Pizza, 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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Here’s How Bostonians Can Help Fight the Australian Bushfires

Australia is a country known for remarkable wildlife and unique natural environment, so it’s heartbreaking to see massive wildfires continue to decimate large swaths of […]

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Meet the Massachusetts Chef Launching a Bourdain-Inspired, New England Cooking Show

A new kind of cooking show is coming to a new kind of television network—and it will showcase a fresh, Bourdain- and Alton Brown-inspired vantage […]

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Brookline Booksmith Will Add a Bar and Café in 2020

For years, Brookline Booksmith has been the place to find the latest best-seller alongside a vibrant selection of fancy chocolate bars, novelty bottle openers, and […]