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Mario Batali

Mario Batali Will Finally Stop Profiting From Eataly Boston

It’s been more than a year since a red-faced Mario Batali stepped away from the day-to-day operations of his restaurants, but it’s only now that […]

Dim sum at Sun Kong in Malden

Ask the Editor: What Are the Best Chinese Restaurants in Malden?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: I am a Boston magazine subscriber in […]


Nine Must-Eat March Dining Events in Boston

Dine Out Boston Need an excuse to cross off a few restaurants from your to-visit bucket list? Dine Out Boston returns this month with 12 […]


Serafina Will Debut a Back Bay Beer Garden In the Spring

It’s hard to imagine when there’s a snowstorm on the way, but spring will be here soon–along with a new patio for sipping birra after a day of shopping on […]

Monkeypod wood imported from Thailand is a common design elment at all Zuma locations

Sneak Peek at Zuma, the Restaurant at Four Seasons One Dalton Street

Boston’s tallest residential tower has risen above the Back Bay at One Dalton. Home to what will be the city’s second Four Seasons Hotel, as […]

2019 James Beard Award semifinalists from Boston

Here Are the 2019 James Beard Award Semifinalists from Boston and New England

Chefs, restaurant teams, beverage pros, and more culinary talent is celebrating around the country today for being considered for the “Oscars of the Food World.” […]

(L to R) Tipping Cow co-owners David Lindsey and Gerly Adrien, El Colombiano Coffee owner Javier Amador-Peña, and Lavender Bee baker Kelsey Munger inside their new store

Three Local Businesses Will Team Up at Monumental Market in Jamaica Plain

When Monumental Cupcakes owner Patti Hudson closed her Jamaica Plain cupcake shop earlier this year, she promised something “monumental” in its place, per the signs […]

Bone Up Brewing Company doubled in size with a taproom addition

Bone Up Brewing Company Doubles the Size of Its Everett Taproom

For a funky, family-owned brewery just having fun in an increasingly beer-friendly neighborhood, growing pains are very real—and overcoming them is something to celebrate. Nearly […]

Scotch eggs, a cheese board, and more are now on the menu at Notch

Notch Brewing Expands Food Menu with More European Beer Hall Fare

Hungry for a different kind of taproom experience? Notch officially launches a larger, tastier food menu this week in Salem. When it reopens for the week […]


Hojoko Has Won Julian Edelman’s Beard Trimmings at Auction

Julian Edelman’s MVP-level beard will live in perpetuity at a Boston restaurant. Hojoko just became the owner of the Super Bowl champion’s beard trimmings after […]


Six New Bar Scenes to Check Out at Favorite Restaurants

There are a number of reasons an established restaurant decides to update its bar area, whether to shine a brighter light on a buzzy beverage […]

Child eating soup at Clover

Ask the Editor: Kid-Friendly Dining Near the New England Aquarium

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: Where’s the best place to take a […]


The Bar Mezzana Team Is Opening Another South End Restaurant

Out with the old, in with the new blood: The team behind a growing family of new South End hotspots will soon move into an address […]

South End Buttery patio

Ask the Editor: Which Boston Restaurants Are Featured in Movies?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: Now that the Super Bowl and the […]

Shy Bird rotisserie chickens and potatoes / bottle of wine

Branch Line Owner Andrew Holden Is Opening Shy Bird in Cambridge

Andrew Holden is building a new nest, close to home. A longtime East Cambridge resident and partner at Boston’s Eastern Standard and Branch Line in […]