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Crispy rectangles of tofu are cooked in a rectangular cast-iron pan at a restaurant table, with a dish of thinly sliced pork belly hanging on a wooden rack visible in the foreground.
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Where to Eat in Greater Boston in February 2024

The shortest month of the year is underway, and we’ve been eating well. Here’s our monthly guide on where to eat around Greater Boston—a mix […]

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Review: Coquette Is Not Your Grandpa’s Boîte

Readers of a certain age—okay, you only have to be about 40—may recall a bad old time in Boston when you could queue up for […]

People dine in a glamorous restaurant with servers in white dinner jackets. Subtle Christmas decorations are hanging up.
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Where to Indulge in Holiday Lunch in Boston

One particularly fun aspect of the holiday season in Boston is special holiday lunches: Some of the city’s typically dinner-only spots add a midday meal […]

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The Most Beautiful Restaurants in Greater Boston

Wusong Road Chef Jason Doo grew up in his family’s American Chinese restaurant in Malden, so when the Menton alum had the opportunity to open […]

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Review: Grace by Nia Brings Throwback Supper-Club Glamour to the Seaport

Imagine bringing a time-traveling Bostonian from the year 2000 to the Seaport in 2023 to stand in front of the new Grace by Nia, a […]

Arts & Entertainment

Fall Arts Preview: Haute Couture and John Singer Sargent at the MFA

Long considered one of the 19th century’s greatest portraitists, John Singer Sargent was able to capture not just the faces of the men, women, and […]

Arts & Entertainment

Fall Arts Preview: The Huntington Theatre Company’s First Full Season with a New Leader

Since its founding in 1982, the Huntington Theatre Company has managed to maintain a remarkable level of continuity, with only three artistic directors in its […]

Arts & Entertainment

Fall Arts Preview: 18 Things We Can’t Wait to Do This Season

SEPTEMBER 2023 1. Cheer on a basketball demigod. Being such a bibliophilic city that’s also mad for hoops, Boston and its environs seem a perfect […]

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Review: Brookline’s Bar Vlaha Gives a Novel European Cuisine a Vivid Local Debut

My Greek-American pal Ted called me a few months back, excited to see if I’d been to the new Brookline restaurant Bar Vlaha. No, I […]

Sunset over a rooftop pool high up in a city.
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The Most Exciting Rooftop Bars and Restaurants in Boston

Sometimes you’re fine with simply finding the closest possible restaurant patio for a pleasant al fresco meal. At other times, though, there’s something about ascending […]