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Joshua Smith’s mastery of all things cured and meaty is again on display, but an exhaustive, overly ambitious menu detracts from the greatness.
Michael Serpa’s seafood eatery steps up the Back Bay’s dining game.
Matt Jennings’s buzzy new downtown restaurant has ambition to spare. Now all it needs is a little more focus.
With a new Italian menu and an overhauled space, a Jamaica Plain stalwart becomes a neighborhood favorite yet again.
This just might be Boston’s next great French restaurant.
One of the few indie restaurants in Somerville’s rapidly developing Assembly Row complex boasts fun, creative bar snacks—and an atmosphere to match.
With rich Italian fare and craft cocktails, the Vialé team hopes to fill the big shoes left by Rendezvous in Central Square.
Newton’s lively, Chilean-influenced bar/restaurant has plenty of unusual items to draw diners—but can it keep them coming back?
When Mediterranean-leaning cuisine meets grandmother-chic décor, a cozy, friendly, and mostly cohesive neighborhood restaurant emerges.
Mistral’s Seth Greenberg strikes again with a Fort Point brasserie that’s a stunning, ambitious, and often uneven ride.
It’s all about appearances at this Back Bay restaurant-gallery hybrid.
While chef Nookie Postal’s Kendall Square venture has sincerity in spades, it sometimes gets lost in the farm-to-table shuffle.
Corby Kummer bids Hamersley’s a proper farewell by taking stock of the bistro’s unprecedented success.
At La Brasa, chef Daniel Bojorquez cooks whatever he feels like. The result? A menu that’s as exciting as it is inconsistent.
At Island Creek Oyster’s new sibling, the fish is always fresh—and the simplest preparations show it off the best.