Revival Cafe & Kitchen in Davis Square

Revival Café & Kitchen Plans to Open a Newbury Street Location

A local coffee and sandwich shop with two locations on the other side of the river is making moves to open a Back Bay spot: […]

New England hard seltzers

Seven Hard Seltzer Brands to Crush This Summer

When a Connecticut company called Boathouse Beverage, LLC, introduced hard seltzer—yes, that’s alcoholic, bubbly water—to the East Coast market in 2013, the visionaries simply called it […]

Eric Frier is the new chef at Neptune

Toro and Spoke Alum Eric Frier Is the New Chef at Neptune Oyster Bar

Just in time for one of Boston’s busiest restaurants to have its busiest season of the year, Neptune Oyster Bar has a new chef steering […]


Mass Hole Donuts Is Opening a Shop in East Arlington

The doughnut scene in East Arlington—the neighborhood that’s home to longtime favorite classic doughnut-maker Gail Ann Coffee Shop—is rounding out later this year with Boston-centric doughnut holes: In October, Mass Hole Donuts […]

Wachusett Brewing Co pints

A Wachusett Brewpub Is Headed for the Former John Harvard’s

A basement brewpub that went dark in May after nearly 30 years of fueling the Harvard Square community with house-made beer and pub grub won’t […]

Tatte Bakery on Summer Street, in downtown Bosto

Tatte Bakery’s Growth Will Continue with Massive South Boston Headquarters

As Tatte Bakery has grown to include a dozen cafés and counting around Boston, the local company, unsurprisingly, needs more room to bake. So its […]

Ilona in the South End

Ilona Is Now Open in the South End with Eastern Mediterranean Fare

When it comes to mezze and craft cocktails, less is more, says restaurateur Irakli Gogitidze—fresh herbs, bold spices, and rich sauces let the main ingredients […]

BearMoose Brewing taproom

BearMoose Brewing Company and Deep Cuts Deli Open in Everett

UPDATE, July 15: Well, that was short-lived. Deep Cuts Deli has closed up this Everett outpost “due to creative differences” with an owner of BearMoose […]

Grilled swordfish skewer, Johnnycake grits, dry-aged prime sirloin, and baby carrots from the newly renovated 465 Bar and Restaurant at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

First Look at the Museum of Fine Arts’ New 465 Bar and Restaurant

At past jobs leading the kitchens at the likes of Harvest restaurant in Cambridge, and the Sole Proprietor in Worcester, chef Brian Flagg would occasionally need […]


Nine Boston Bars for Celebrating Negroni Week

Summer cocktail season is in full swing, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with an entire week dedicated to one of Italy’s greatest alcoholic exports: […]

Exhibit 'A' beers outside in front of tanks

Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing Company Plans a Beer Garden for Framingham

UPDATE, July 18: It’s official: MetroWest has a regular, weekend beer garden. Exhibit ‘A’ kicks things off at 82 Morton St. in Framingham on Friday, […]

spritz drinks cheers at Eataly Boston

Eataly Boston Is Launching a Flower-Draped Outdoor Patio

Thanks to a few years of hosting monthly, pop-up “block parties,” the piazza outside Eataly Boston has proven to be a lively spot to celebrate […]

Chef Sarah Wade

Stillwater Will Bring “Reimagined Comfort Food” to the Former Townsman Space

Chef Sarah Wade is making good on the promise she made to herself—in front of the Food Network audience—a year and a half ago: She’s […]


6 Boston Mixologists on How They Stir Creativity Into Every Cocktail

Creativity makes us come alive. It frees us to create new from nothing and to express our own perspective. These bartenders continue to push the […]


What I Learned Searching for Boston’s Best Pizza

I’m not sure how to pick the best pizza in Boston. I know I shouldn’t be saying that. I’m the food editor of the magazine […]