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Contractors install the sign at the soon-to-open Trillium restaurant in Fort Point
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Trillium Brewing Co. Will Open a Restaurant in Fort Point in October

Trillium Brewing Company has been anything but quiet since announcing plans to open a restaurant in Fort Point nearly two years ago—its Canton brewery debuted […]

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10 Pop-Up Dinners and Culinary Events around Boston in October

The days might be getting cooler, but the culinary events scene is just heating up. Whether you want to make a reservation for a fixed-price […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

A $14 Lobster Roll It’s especially hard to keep up with all the news out of D.C. lately, so here’s something on the food-impacting front […]

A lobster course from the Buffalo Jump this summer
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The Buffalo Jump Has a $36 Dinner Menu and Weekend Hours This Fall

As you’re checking off items from Boston magazine’s fall bucket list, all that cranberry bog-touring is bound to work up your appetite. Luckily, such coastal […]

Chaundre Hall Broomfield, Ruben J. Carbajal, Bryson Bruce and Auston Scott HAMILTON National Tour
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Boston Restaurants with Hamilton-Themed Drinks and Dishes

The second week of the two-month Boston run of Hamilton just started, and the hype around the Tony Award-winning musical is only growing. If you’re […]

Banyan Bar + Refuge has a new hype-fueled burger for Boston
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Banyan Bar + Refuge Has Boston’s Newest Limited Burger

  Here is another addition to your Boston burger bucket list: Banyan Bar + Refuge just added an exclusive double-stack to its nightly menu. The […]

Brewer's Fork
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Ask the Editor: A Good Restaurant for Fun and Beer-Loving Relatives?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: Where should I take my aunt and […]

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Five Boston Chef Collaborations to Check Out This Fall

Chef Heroes at the Boston Public Market Every month, one of Boston’s top toques visits the Boston Public Market to share snacks made with market […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Friday Night Bites If you’ve ever had lunch from a food truck on the Greenway, purchased a locally-jarred sauce, or checked out a brewery pop-up, chances are […]

Saloniki Greek-inspired cocktails
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A Dine-In Saloniki Greek (With a Full Bar) Opens in Harvard This Fall

The food hall inside the renovated Harvard Smith Campus Center is almost fully open as four local brands debuted earlier this month. Each one has […]

The Champagne tray at Committee
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Ask the Editor: Does Boston Have Any Bottomless Brunches?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: Transplanted from Miami Beach last year. Sunday […]

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This Middle Eastern Café in Back Bay Is On the Market

Attention: Anyone who has ever dreamed of owning a cozy restaurant in the heart of Boston. Cafe Jaffa, a longtime Middle Eastern establishment located just […]

Boston Theater District at Night
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Where to Eat in the Downtown Boston Theater District Right Now

It’s a big year for the Theater District. The renovated Emerson Colonial Theatre reopened just in time to premiere the stage adaptation of Moulin Rouge!. […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

A First Taste of Fuku Before celeb chef David Chang’s fried chicken counter Fuku opens in the Seaport, the Momofuku crew is teaming up with […]

chef Avi Shemtov's shakshuka at Simcha restaurant
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Chef Avi Shemtov Is Opening Simcha Restaurant in Sharon

Chef Avi Shemtov has landed a permanent home for his contemporary Israeli restaurant concept, Simcha, and it’s appropriately in the chef’s hometown. Simcha will open […]