Drifters Wife in Portland, Maine.

Portland’s Dining Scene Is Officially Way Hotter Than Boston’s

There’s never been a better time to eat in Portland, Maine. We at Boston magazine have been singing this chorus—advising you up to Drifters Wife […]

East Coast oysters on the half shell, seasonal crudo, more affordable rose options, and more are new to the menu at Moon Bar.

Moon Bar in Boston Adds Oysters and More to Revamped Menu

Restaurant operators can have plans, hopes, and goals for their endeavors—but a living, dynamic thing like a restaurant or bar is bound to take on […]


14 Breakfast Sandwiches That Make Boston Mornings More Bearable

Breakfast sandwiches are the go-anywhere star of the morning, whether you’re pit-stopping quickly on your commute, or hiding under the covers nursing a hangover. We […]

The Castle Island beer garden at Constitution Wharf overlooks Boston Harbor and the skyline

Castle Island Is Opening a Beer Garden on the Charlestown Waterfront

As the final full month of summer kicks into gear, so too does Boston’s beer garden scene. Joining the likes of Trillium, Notch, Lamplighter, and […]

Les Sablons has closed for good

Garrett Harker’s Harvard Square Restaurant Les Sablons Has Closed

After a little more than a year in Harvard Square, Les Sablons has closed for good. Owners Garrett Harker, Jeremy Sewall, Shore Gregory, and Skip Bennett […]


What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

More Beer Outside! The Esplanade location of the Night Shift Owl’s Nest grandly opens today at 4 p.m. The draft list boasts Santilli, Furth hefeweizen, […]


Cambridge Classic Café Sushi Got a Modern Makeover

If it’s been a minute since your last chef’s sampler at Café Sushi, it’s high time to return. The 34-year-old Cambridge mainstay unveiled a transformative […]

America's Test Kitchen Kids

Kids Are Taking Over America’s Test Kitchen Starting This Fall

Inside an industrial kitchen in the Seaport on Tuesday, 10-year-old Zoe Bates scrutinized a dissatisfying handful of half-popped popcorn. “I have an idea!” she exclaimed, […]

Boston Public Market

Logan Airport Is Getting Big Local Dining Upgrades

You could make yourself a local crudités platter the next time you find yourself awaiting a JetBlue flight at Logan Airport. The Boston Public Market […]


Restaurant Review: The Table at Season to Taste

Jolyon Helterman visits the Table at Season to Taste, in Cambridge.

Julia Child-inspired hors d’oeuvres from the 2016 tribute dinner at Puritan & Co.

Eight Pop-Up Dinners and Culinary Events around Boston in August

SRV Cicchetti Takeover: Chef David Punch We don’t always head out to Newton for dinner, but when we do, we often end up at a […]

Pam and Chris Willis of Pammy's Cambridge

Two Cambridge Restaurants on the 2018 Bon Appetit Hot 10 Shortlist

Noodles ruled when the Bon Appetit editor-at-large visited Greater Boston this year. Cambridge restaurants Pammy’s and Yume Ga Arukara landed on Andrew Knowlton’s top-50 Best […]


From Chowder Town To Culinary Capital

Acclaimed local toque Ming Tsai and Karen Akunowicz, this year’s James Beard Award winner for Best Chef: Northeast, on Boston’s journey from cream pies to crudo.


Ask the Editor: Where to Eat Spanish Tapas (and Buy Spanish Wines)?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s new dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: I recently returned from Spain, where […]

Watermelon French macarons by Maca Boston.

Eight New Dessert Shops Now Open around Boston

The European-inspired sweets scene is booming in Boston this summer, with très chic new places to pick up treats. From assortments of colorful French macarons, to […]