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10 Pop-Up Dinners, Food Fests, and Must-Eat Culinary Events in June

Cicchetti Night with Brian Mercury The executive pastry chef at Oak + Rowan is the latest guest chef slinging complimentary cicchetti—Italian bar snacks—alongside the regular […]

The courtyard at the Hungry I restaurant.
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This Romantic Boston Restaurant Is For Sale

A French bistro is getting out of the Boston restaurant game, creating an opportunity for a new operator to move in on Charles Street. The Hungry […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Late-Night Kimchi Hot Dogs and Donksicles Okay, so this is kind of a weeknight thing—but Little Donkey just reintroduced an hour of late-night dining every Sunday-Thursday. If […]

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Trillium Is Hosting Its First-Ever Beer Festival

Last night, fanatically followed Trillium Brewing teased something on social media: An idyllic field of wheat, with the date 08.04.18. The caption was simply “Stay […]

Frenchie Wine Bistro
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Ask the Editor: Where to Go for a Parisian-Style Bistro Birthday?

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

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Where to Eat Memorial Day Brunch in Boston

Barcelona Wine Bar Both locations of this tapas spot are taking Monday reservations for a Mediterranean twist on brunch, with dishes like a Serrano ham […]

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Early Details on Chickadee, Opening this Summer in the Seaport

File this one under buzzy summer openings: Industry vets chef John da Silva and hospitality pro Ted Kilpatrick are planning to open Chickadee in the coming […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) on Memorial Day Weekend

Soft-Shell Crab One of the sweetest things about springtime? Soft-shell crab. This seasonal delicacy starts appearing on menus in May, and is best before the […]

Harvest Co-Op Market in Jamaica Plain
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Harvest Co-Ops around Boston Need Cash, or Will Close

If you like shopping for bulk items, organic produce, and natural cosmetics at a member-owned store, double down this summer: Harvest Co-Op, which has two […]

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Longterm Lunch and Dinner Pop-Ups to Check Out in Boston

Kendall and Harvard squares, Fort Point, and even Lower Allston all have a bounty of dining options for people who live and work nearby. But […]

Noca Provisions' ham and Swiss sandwich with frisée and apple mostarda, and a house-made lemon lavender soda packed up for a picnic
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Boston Picnic Guide: Where to Order, and Where to Eat

These seven Boston-area restaurants make it easy to have a gourmet meal en plein air with picnic packages and catering options—and we made it easy to […]

Tortilla espanola from the Saturday brunch menu at Pagu
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Ask the Editor: What’s a Good Spot for Group Brunch in Boston?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s new dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: What’s a good spot for a […]

Bissell Brothers Maple Angels with Cask Force maple syrup
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Bissell Brothers Brunch Returns to Row 34 in June

Getting a taste of any of the ales brewed by Bissell Brothers typically requires a trip to Portland, and at least a few minutes waiting […]

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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

A Glass of B-Sides and Rarities It’s almost a holiday weekend—better make sure you have enough wine. Have you checked out Upper Glass yet? It’s […]

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Quincy Is Getting More Boston Restaurant Ex-Pats at Idle Hour

A couple more Boston cocktail bar pros are taking their talents to Quincy Center. Mathew Freid, an alum of the Beehive, Capo, and JM Curley, […]