The Best Food Instagrams of the Week
Welcome to a new series where we round up the most appetizing foodstagrams, droolworthy drinks, and cool insights into local #cheflife. Want to be featured? Use the hashtag #bosfeed—we’ll choose five favs every Friday.
Feeling a little festive ahead of St. Patrick’s Day? You’re not alone. David Punch’s (Sycamore) newest restaurant, Little Big Diner, is feeling lucky with this green Sriracha street corn.
A photo posted by Jack’s Abby (@jacksabbycraftlagers) on
Remember: friends don’t let friends drink green beer, but green cans are encouraged.
Before #internationalwomensday is over, let’s make sure we remember the most significant American woman chef of my lifetime so far. Ms. Julia taught us not to be afraid of cooking- but to see cooking as a great adventure, and the kitchen, a playground for our curiosities. Here’s to all the amazing women out there, running the game. Us men wouldn’t be the same without you. That means you @kathrynbjennings @jpp919 @pljennings53 @rach.isenberg @katylynn21 @iliketheair @megallysa #IWD
The Townsman himself, chef/owner Matt Jennings, recognized International Women’s Day on Tuesday, March 8 with a shoutout to the first celebrichef, and the women who help run his downtown restaurant. Cheers!
A photo posted by Cafeteria Boston (@cafeteriaboston) on
This time last year, Boston was still digging out from a record-breaking 108.6 inches of snow. This year, well, it’s patio season (for now). Hidden Boston is keeping tabs on which bars and restaurants have opened their patios so far, and with a couple 60-degree-and-sunny days in the forecast, you might need it this weekend.
North Shore restauranteur Nancy Batista-Caswell (Brine, Ceia) is opening Oak & Rowan, her first Boston proper restaurant, in Fort Point later this year. This week, the team traveled to Haven’s Kitchen in New York City to preview some of the food that awaits—and to make mouths water with some delectable #foodporn.