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Flight Club Social Darts Brings Flatbreads, Cotton Candy, and “Ridiculous Joy” to Boston

Barroom darts are about to get an upgrade. Flight Club softly opens this weekend in the Seaport, introducing its unique, technology- and dining-enhanced version of […]

The Baseball Tavern will close its ivy-covered Fenway bar
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The Baseball Tavern Will Close, but Plans to Reopen in New Fenway Development

A beloved relic of the old Fenway neighborhood is not long for the shiny, new world: The awning-capped, roof-decked Baseball Tavern will soon close its […]

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Seven Fun Dining Events to Get You in the Holiday Spirit

There are so many ways to celebrate before you skip town for the holidays, from festive, fancy holiday lunches at the likes of No. 9 […]

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Boston Chefs Karen Akunowicz and Stephanie Cmar Return to Top Chef in 2020

Top Chef returns to the airwaves in March 2020 with its second-ever “All Stars” season featuring returning cheftestants—and among the cast of 15 competitors are […]

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Weekly Digest: A Korean Kiosk Brings Bibimbap to Kendall 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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The Gorton’s Fisherman Is Also One of People Magazine’s Sexiest Men Alive

Well, well, well. The Gorton’s fisherman is looking good lately. Fans of fish sticks and smoldering bedroom-eyes: you may want to sit down for this. Antoni Porowski, […]

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10 Boston Restaurants Open on Christmas Eve with Reservations

From the Italian Feast of Seven Fishes to the Jewish Christmas practice of ordering Chinese food, Christmas Eve traditions are important—and if your tradition is […]

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The Decade When Boston Dining Grew Up

In food, time and process is everything. Things stew. They marinate. They bake until they’re done. How long will it take? As my mother would […]

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There’s a New “Wine-Focused Restaurant” in Downtown Boston (Well, Sort Of)

Taste Wine Bar and Kitchen owner Jen Scott considers herself an accidental restauranteur. Two years after opening the downtown Boston boîte and its sibling, Common […]

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Weekly Digest: Mariel Underground and Lily P’s Chicken Open, 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 Your First Look at the New Orleans-Inspired Menus at French Quarter

If a trip to New Orleans sounds like a nice way to brighten your Boston winter—well, maybe a jaunt to Downtown Crossing will do. Because […]

Peregrine
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Restaurant Review: In the Lobby of the Whitney Hotel, Peregrine Soars

In a way, Peregrine is a homecoming for chef Joshua Lewin and wine expert Katrina Jazayeri. Before they jointly opened Juliet, a European-style café-restaurant in […]

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Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto Is Opening His First Boston Restaurant at Hub Hall

Allez! Cuisine! When Hub Hall opens early next year at the new development by the TD Garden, it will be home to prong of Iron […]

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Island Creek Oysters Has a Caviar-Filled Pop-Up Shop on Newbury Street

UPDATE, Dec. 12, 1 p.m.: The caviar curious will be able to try before buying after all: the Island Creek Caviar Pop-Up just announced that […]

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Weekly Digest: Taco Party Is Adding a Bar in Somerville, 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 […]