Restaurant News


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 […]


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

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 […]

(L to R) Owner René Becker and executive chef Scott Jones at Shepard

The Most Important End-of-2018 Restaurant Openings and Closings You May Have Missed

For many people, a new year brings opportunities for self-reflection, goal-setting, and starting fresh—and that goes for local restaurants, too. From a few notable closures at […]

Miss Maple, an egg-and-cheddar English muffin sandwich with maple butter, will be on the menu at Vinal Bakery

Vinal Bakery Is Bringing English Muffin Sandwiches and Espresso to Somerville

A New England-inspired café pop-up is setting up a permanent shop in Somerville. Vinal Bakery, which launched last year out of Bagelsaurus, is opening at 222 Somerville Ave. […]

Field and vine union square

Ask the Editor: Where to Find Great Vegetarian Cooking in Boston?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: Where to find great vegetarian cooking? —S.H. […]

Brato Brewhouse & Kitchen

Here’s Your Chance to Invest in a Brighton Brewpub

The team behind Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen, presently a catering and pop-up operation making near-constant cameos at area taprooms, has invested a lot of time in fermenting support […]

The far wall of the private dining room at Alcove is decorated with a bright blue topographical map

Ask The Editor: Quiet Restaurants for Big Business Dinners?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: I’m arranging a dinner for eight colleagues […]


15 Best Restaurant Bathrooms in Boston

Everybody has to go, so these days, restaurateurs are making their bathrooms destination-worthy. Whether the restroom walls are plastered in reading material like vintage ads […]

Venison tartare for the forthcoming Simcha menu

An Early Look at the Menu for Simcha Restaurant in Sharon

While construction continues on his soon-to-be Simcha restaurant in Sharon, Avi Shemtov has been dialing in the modern Israeli menu. Simcha is on track to […]

Trillium's JC and Esther Tetreault in the barreling mezzanine of the Canton brewery

Trillium Responds to Pay-Cut Backlash with New Worker Policies

Trillium Brewing Company took a public-relations cue from another retail giant and has raised some of its workers’ minimum wage to $15. The move is […]


Eat Sacrilicious Is Boston’s High-End Cannabis Dinner Series

Attention, any Top Chef fans who were disappointed that last year’s Colorado season didn’t feature an edibles challenge. Season 15 top-three finalist Joe Sasto is […]


Brian Young Talks Top Chef and Taking the Helm at the Emory

He can’t share spoilers. (Trust us, we tried.) But however he fares on the new Kentucky-set season of Top Chef, which premieres on Bravo on Thursday, […]

Capo Restaurant holiday decorations

Ask the Editor: What Restaurants Have the Best Holiday Decorations?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: What is the best holiday-decorated restaurant recommendation […]

The courtyard at the Hungry I restaurant.

Hear Ye, Hear Ye! These Are the Quietest Restaurants in Boston

If your sore-from-shouting throat has you worried that quiet dining rooms are endangered in Boston, you might be right. SoundPrint, an app launched earlier this year […]