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First Bite: Poe's Kitchen at The Rattlesnake

In recent years, we’ve seen lots of transformations at The Rattlesnake. (Remember its brief, sad stint as “George: An American Bar?” Us either.) But its […]

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Chef's Night Out

Ever wonder where your favorite chefs eat out? Most nights, they’re slaving away in their own kitchens, but we were curious: If we gave them […]

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Eric Brennan to Land at the New Clarendon

Come October, the restaurateurs behind Grill 23 and Harvest will open a new venue, this time a neighborhood tavern in Back Bay at the forthcoming […]

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The Sun Sets on Aujourd'hui

If you haven’t heard already, the Four Seasons announced this weekend that it will close its celebrated restaurant, Aujourd’hui, after a final dinner on June […]

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Q&A: Five Questions with Temple Bar's New Chef

Formerly of downtown Boston’s Good Life, Michael Scelfo recently took on the role of executive chef at Cambridge favorite Temple Bar. You’ve done a lot […]

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Q&A: Five Questions with Temple Bar's New Chef

Formerly of downtown Boston’s Good Life, Michael Scelfo recently took on the role of executive chef at Cambridge favorite Temple Bar. You’ve done a lot […]

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Between a Rock and a Hard Place

In recent weeks, I’ve had some pretty great dining experiences around Boston. Yummy meals of late: Dining on fisherman’s-style risotto, fresh doughnuts with rhubarb compote, […]

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What's the Dish?

We know you already know about the Boston Beer Summit and the Wine Riot!, as well as all the pre-marathon carbo loading dinners, but here […]

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What's the Dish?

Down:2:Earth’s Sustainable Living Expo April 3, 5-9 p.m. Hynes Convention Center The event kicks off with a “Local Bites” Preview Party featuring chefs, food producers, […]

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What's the Dish?

$35 Prix Fixe Menu Every day, 5-7 p.m. Sage Even after restaurant week, guests can enjoy a $35 three-course prix fixe menu at Sage every […]

Reconsidering Todd English

Twenty years after Olives exploded onto the scene in a hail of garnishes and shaved truffle, its celebrity-chef founder has gone from golden boy to tourist-feeding hack in the eyes of Boston’s food establishment. Problem is, we’ve been judging him by the wrong measures all along.

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Seeing Green

All right, people, get excited. While we’re not out of the woods yet (see: the April Fool’s Day blizzard), all signs point to spring. I’ve […]

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The Name Game

This morning, I had lard for breakfast. Grossed out? So were some of my colleagues. But this was no ordinary lard: It was the now-famous […]

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Restaurant L: Another One Bites the Dust

We’re sad to report that Marc Orfaly’s Restaurant L, opened only three months before, closed this weekend. There had been rumors that the restaurant was […]

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What's the Dish?

Your Chowder hounds have sniffed down the best culinary events in town. Check back every Friday for your weekly prix-fixe of foodie festivals, cooking classes, […]