Restaurant News

For select reservations each week, customers can pay what they want for a three-course meal at Juliet in Somerville

You Can Now Pay What You Want at Juliet in Somerville

The problem with having an embarrassment of riches when it comes to dining out in Greater Boston? We don’t have an infinite dining-out budget. But […]

Both locations of Boston Chops are open Thanksgiving Day with steakhouse fare and holiday specials

17 Restaurants Taking Last-Minute Thanksgiving Reservations in Boston

Has Thanksgiving snuck up on you, early as it is this year on November 22? Don’t scramble under the stress of pulling together Thanksgiving Day […]


Chick-fil-A Is Planning to Open in Copley Square

Chick-fil-A is getting ready to roost in Boston. Bisnow first reported that the fast-food chain is making moves to open a Copley Square location. The home of the “Original Chicken Sandwich” […]

Ramen Noodle Cacio e Pepe with white truffles at Uni

Where to Indulge in White Truffles around Boston This Winter

A bright spot of this otherwise dark time of year? White truffles. A Italian delicacy, these wild tubers are harvested annually from the northwestern region—they’re […]

The private dining room at B3

The Back Bay’s B3 will Close for Good This Week

B3 is bowing out. After more than a year of operation and some identity changes, the restaurant formerly known as Back Bay Beats will close […]

Loukoumades at Greco.

Greco Will Open Its Second Boston Location at Pier 4

A growing Greek restaurant group drops its next anchor in the Seaport: Greco will open a second location next winter at Pier 4. A Best […]

Bucatini and lobster scampi at Mida

Ask the Editor: Two Pals Seeking Good Pasta and Drinks

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: What’s your take on good pasta and […]

Beef tataki at Gen Sou En

Brookline’s Japanese Tea House Reopens with a Full-Service Menu

While counter-service convenience is an undeniable trend in Boston and beyond, dining out is not all about speed and economy. Gen Sou En, which opened […]

Uni Boston dining room

Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette’s Boston Food Crawl Is Back (and Better) This Winter

When Boston magazine publishes its definitive list of the best restaurants in Boston—as we just did—we know many of our food-loving readers are inspired to […]

Red Sox fans cheer the team during the 2013 World Series victory parade in Boston

Here’s Where to Watch the Red Sox Championship Parade

The duck boats are ready—are you? The Boston Red Sox are back home after winning the World Series in Los Angeles. This is the fourth […]

Chef Rachel Miller and Liana van der Water after a Nightshade pop-up at Lynn's Capitol Diner / Nightshade crawfish boil

Chef Rachel Miller Is Crowdfunding a North Shore Noodle Bar

Attention, aspiring restaurant investors: Here’s an opportunity to help establish one of the region’s most exciting pop-up dinner series into a first-of-its-kind amenity for the […]


Ask the Editor: A Special-Occasion Restaurant around Arlington

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: We are holding a confirmation on Saturday […]


What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

At the Best Restaurants in Boston All-new for 2018, your thoroughly researched and boldly ranked guide to the greatest places to eat and drink around […]

Shake Shack Watertown rendering

Watertown Is Getting a Shake Shack

The developers reimagining the former Arsenal Mall area as Arsenal Yards—a more curated, greener, mixed-use mall for the close-to-Cambridge suburb—have signed on the correct national […]


Pizza Skulls, Potions, and Monster Poutine: 16 Halloween Dining Events around Boston

Halloween lands on a Wednesday this year, which means we’re tricked and treated to more than a week full of scary-delicious dining events. From a […]