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(L to R) Owner René Becker and executive chef Scott Jones at Shepard
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Luce Opens on Tuesday from the Shepard Team

Shepard went dark on New Year’s Eve, but a warm, family-friendly hangout will soon open in its place. Luce is on track to open on […]

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A North End Restaurant Debuts with Family-Style Feasts in January

Pass the… everything. When Table by Jen Royle debuts in the North End on Jan. 22, the Italian restaurant will gather about 40 guests at […]

The Great Molasses Disaster imperial stout by Backlash Beer Co.
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Drink This Now: The Great Molasses Disaster by Backlash Beer

When Helder Pimentel learned the horrible details about the Great Boston Molasses Flood, it was over beers with friends. Though the Backlash Beer founder and […]

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This Burlington Cafe Continues 45-Year Tradition of Classic Cuisine

For more than 45 years, Cafe Escadrille has been a top restaurant choice in Burlington. Cafe Escadrille’s stunning architecture has all the warmth and charm of […]

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Chef Mary Dumont’s Restaurant Cultivar Has Closed

2019 is only a week old, but already proving merciless to Boston foodies. New Year’s Eve marked the last hurrah for beloved restaurants L’Espalier, Shepard, and Erbaluce; historic […]

Chef Will Gilson competes on "Chopped."
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Ken Oringer, Will Gilson Have Cool TV Cameos Coming Up

With temperatures dipping precipitously, it’s shaping up to be a great weekend to binge on reality TV. What luck, then, that a couple of Boston’s […]

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Chef Michael Serpa Will Open a Parisian Bistro on Newbury Street

Nearly four years after bringing splurge-worthy seafood to a Back Bay brownstone with Select Oyster Bar, chef Michael Serpa and his business partners are opening […]

A stack of chocolate chip souffle pancakes at Tiger Mama
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Ask the Editor: Where to Find Japanese-Style Soufflé Pancakes in Boston?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: My search for the #soufflépancake in Boston […]

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Tiffani Faison Has Nothing to Apologize For

The first time I met Tiffani Faison, I found her totally intimidating. Granted, I was a green, twentysomething editor and she was a TV celebrity. […]

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Craigie on Main to Debut a Juicy New Concept

To celebrate Craigie on Main’s 10th birthday, James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Maws is gifting us a juicy new concept: COMB (Craigie on Main Bar), […]

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Pop-Up Bars That Make Winter 2019 in Boston Less Terrible

Winter in Boston can be tough, even when there isn’t a foot or two of snow on the ground. But with amenities like hot drinks […]

Bronwyn and Tim Wiechmann
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Bronwyn and Tim Wiechmann Are Opening T and B Pizza in Somerville

Dining excitement in the Somerville neighborhood of Union Square is certainly going to continue in 2019. Exhibit A: Chef Tim Wiechmann, a former Best of […]

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Check Out the New Sunday Brunch Menu at Casa Verde

Nearly a year into his overhaul of Jamaica Plain taqueria Casa Verde, chef Owen Royce-Nagel is finally serving the best meal of the week. Sunday […]

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Nine Must-Eat January Dining Events in Boston

Wine Table at Troquet on South The Leather District wine bar is cleaning out its cellar to begin 2019, and oenophiles reap the benefits with bargains. […]

Boiled dinner at Durgin-Park
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Faneuil Hall Landmark Durgin-Park Is Closing in January

As Bostonians reel from the closure of 40-year fine-dining stalwart L’Espalier, they now also have to say goodbye to the city’s quintessential Yankee restaurant. Durgin-Park […]