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It’s Finally Here: Our Annual List of the Top 50 Restaurants in Boston

This is it. You’re holding it in your hand, or skimming it on your screen: Our now-annual, ranked roundup of the Top 50 Restaurants in […]

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Six of Boston’s Top Chefs Get Real About the Restaurant Industry

Tony Messina Uni On Boston’s national reputation: We are looked at as a good food city. But in terms of beating New York, Chicago, or […]

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 […]

Cosmica tacos and drinks
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The South End Scores More Tacos and Tequila at the Soon-to-Open Cósmica Mexican Eatery & Bar

UPDATE, February 5: At long last, Cósmica opens for its first night of service on Thursday Feb. 6. To start, it will serve dinner beginning […]

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13 Scary Delicious Dining Events and Halloween Parties around Boston

All Month Long Try a Mystery Ice Cream Flavor Cambridge’s standout Honeycomb Creamery is churning up something strange: It’s a dark and decadent mystery flavor. […]

Banners Kitchen & Tap opens October 15
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Five New and Noteworthy Reasons to Dine Out This Week in Boston

It’s a busy time to be a food lover in Boston. Here, an easily digestible roundup of the five restaurant news stories you need to […]

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Notch Will Open a Second Brewery, Taproom, and Beer Garden in Brighton

Hidden in plain sight along the fast-changing Western Avenue corridor of Brighton is a portal to Bavaria—or maybe Bohemia. A second Notch brewery, taproom, and […]

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Wellness

How This Beloved Boston Restaurant Chain Is Inspiring Goodness in the Community

Early in the mornings last summer, 17-year-old Micah would head out from his home in Roxbury to the Boston Harbor Islands, where he spent his […]

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Boston Public Market Will Bring Lobster Rolls and More to Logan Airport

It’s almost liftoff for the Logan airport location of Boston Public Market. The popular food hall is planning to open a Terminal C outpost before […]

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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 […]

Black Sheep Bagel Cafe Cambridge bagel sandwiches and coffee
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Where to Fill Up on Awesome Bagels around Boston Right Now

It wasn’t long ago that Boston was basically bereft of good bagels, but thankfully, those days are well behind us. Thanks to local pioneers like Cambridge’s […]

Guests play with one of Purr Cat Cafe's resident kittens during opening weekend
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The Brighton Cat Cafe That Launched an All-Out Facebook War Appears to Have Closed

10/10/19, 10:30 a.m.: This story has been updated to include a statement from Diane Kelly, owner of Purr. After nearly two years, Boston’s first cat […]

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As the Boston Food Hall Tide Rises, Has Quincy Market Missed the Boat?

As fast as construction sites are springing up around Boston, developers seem to be filling them with food halls. There’s the much-hyped Time Out Market, […]

Vietnamese chicken salad from a pop-up Asian food menu available at KO Pies every Wednesday for the rest of the year
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KO Pies at the Shipyard Actually Isn’t Going Anywhere This Year

The East Boston Shipyard is where to go for any and all Australian meat pie cravings: KO Pies is still going strong—and even expanding its […]