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Weekly Digest: Rebel Rebel Wine Bar Now Serves Lunch, Plus 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 […]

The Hokkaido lodge-style lounge at Whaling in Oklahoma
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Whaling in Oklahoma Opens Le Canular Wine Bar in the South End

Next Door to Whaling in Oklahoma, a little bit of magic is happening: Tonight, chef Tim Maslow’s team unveil a new wine bar called Le […]

Distraction Brewing Company taproom
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Distraction Brewing Company Is Finally Open in Roslindale

Nearly two years since the residents of Roslindale learned they would get a brewery to call their very own, Distraction Brewing Company is now in […]

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The North Station-Area Food Hall Will Have Oysters, Beer, and Wine

With the tagline “Boston eats here,” we anticipated that Hub Hall would have an oyster bar—and now we know who will be shucking. ReelHouse Oyster […]

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Cambridge Will Get a “Big Sister” Wine Bar to Two of Somerville’s Hottest Spots

There won’t be buffalo wings on the menu nor well drinks on the bar, but you can think of Dear Annie as a pub. Opening […]

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How To Sip Your Way Through Boston at the Cognac Classic Crawl This Fall

It’s a classic for a reason. For hundreds of years, sophisticated stirrers and shakers have been captivated by cognac as a staple spirit of cocktail […]

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Take a Tasting Tour of Boston With These 7 Dewar’s Inspired Craft Cocktails

Some Age. Others Mature. You don’t get to be the fastest-growing blended Scotch in the world by skimping on quality. From founder John Dewar’s first […]

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Death of the Neighborhood Bar

It’s a Thursday night in April at the Plough & Stars in Cambridge, and time is frozen. The place has been repainted, wall art has […]

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An Oral History of the Last Real Bar on Martha’s Vineyard

Exhume an early-20th-century native of Martha’s Vineyard today, and they’d hardly recognize their island. The Gay Head Cliffs, the great ponds, and the beaches would […]

The bar at the Green Briar in Brighton
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The Green Briar Pub Is Closing after Almost 30 Years in Brighton

Big changes are about to happen in Brighton: One of the neighborhood’s go-to bars is closing for good. The Green Briar will close its heavy, […]

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11 Can’t-Miss Craft Breweries in Central Mass

Craft beer lovers, rejoice! Your hops heaven is right here in the Bay State. Take a short trip to Central Massachusetts and discover a divine […]

Trillium Garden on the Greenway photo courtesy of Trillium Brewing Co.
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Trillium Garden on the Greenway Is Coming Back to Boston in 2019

UPDATE, May 1, 12:30 p.m.: The Garden on the Greenway is on the way: Trillium debuts its open-air beer garden for the season on Thursday, May […]

Tenzin Samdo at ArtScience
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Boston Restaurant Community Honors Late Bartender Tenzin Samdo

The Boston hospitality industry lost a great friend and bartender over the weekend. Tenzin Samdo, an internationally acclaimed mixologist who earned a Best of Boston […]

The taproom at Mighty Squirrel brewery in Waltham
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First Look at Mighty Squirrel Brewery and Taproom in Waltham

Beer fans are going to want to get moving: Mighty Squirrel is almost ready to open its first-ever taproom. Located near ample green space and […]

Jack's Abby cofounders Eric, Sam and Jack Hendler
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Jack’s Abby and Springdale Are Taking Over a North Station Bar

Give yourself extra time to catch your train this winter: Track Zero Taproom, from breweries Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers and Springdale Barrel Room, opens later […]