Restaurant News

What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

The finest festbiers, the salted chocolate chunk cookie that JP is missing, a cacio e pepe martini (!), and more.


Six best fall beers from Massachusetts breweries
Drinks

Six Best Fall Beers, Ranked

Saloniki Greek-inspired cocktails
Restaurant News

A Dine-In Saloniki Greek (With a Full Bar) Opens This Fall

The Champagne tray at Committee
Restaurant News

Ask the Editor: Does Boston Have Any Bottomless Brunches?


Latest Stories

Restaurants

A Little Bird Told Us

We’re going to fill you in on a little secret. Lately, we’ve been getting a flurry of foodie news, deals, specials, and prix fixes from […]

Restaurants

What’s the Dish?

Sage 10-Year Anniversary Celebration June 17, 6:30 p.m. Sage, 1395 Washington St. Twenty-five chefs and friends of Sage chef Anthony Susi will congregate in the […]

News

Is the Worst Over?

Things were looking grim for the restaurant business last January. The tanking economy seemed to reached its nadir during what is already the slowest dining […]

First Bite: Teranga

As continents go, Africa’s pretty underrepresented in the Hub dining scene. We have Europe covered (heavy on trattorias and brasseries, bien sur). For Asian food, […]

Restaurants

What's the Dish?

The Scooper Bowl June 10 & 11, Noon-8 p.m. City Hall Plaza Get your spoon warmed up (or cooled down) for all the ice cream, […]

News

Oringer You Glad There's a New Restaurant Coming?

I spoke with Toro‘s Jamie Bissonnette today about his forthcoming new project in the South End with Boston star Ken Oringer, called Coppa–a “neighborhood enoteca” […]


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50 Best Restaurants

50 Best Restaurants

An updated list of the top 50 restaurants in town that make Boston a true dining destination. These are the best places to eat in the city right now.

Best of Boston: Restaurants

Best of Boston: Restaurants

Stellar seafood, the coolest cocktails, and the reservations to make right now.


Restaurants

Restaurant Report: Nantucket Edition

With all of Boston’s recent restaurant closures, Chowder’s been suffering from a bout of recession fatigue. The remedy? Go where the rich people go, and […]

Restaurants

First Bite: North 26

The Millennium Bostonian Hotel sits on a prime patch of real estate–directly across from Faneuil Hall, a stone’s throw from the North End–but no one […]

Summer Lovin'

Despite the current spate of wet weather, we’ve officially crossed the line into summer-eating territory. Copley Square and Central Square farmers’ markets are open for […]

Restaurants

What's the Dish?

Icarus closes after 31 years Through June 30 Mon.-Thurs.: 6-9:30 p.m. Fri.: 6-10 p.m. Sat: 5:30-10 p.m. Sun: 5:30-9 p.m. Icarus, the first restaurant to […]

Chefs

Eric Brennan to Land at the New Clarendon

Come October, the restaurateurs behind Grill 23 and Harvest will open a new venue, this time a neighborhood tavern in Back Bay at the forthcoming […]

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Restaurant News

Restaurant News

Where to eat right now.

Have a Great Night Out with Boston Magazine’s New Dining Advice Column

Have a Great Night Out with Boston Magazine’s New Dining Advice Column

Associate food editor Jacqueline Cain can solve any dining conundrum. She has a restaurant recommendation for any situation—the more oddly specific, the better.


Chefs

The Sun Sets on Aujourd'hui

If you haven’t heard already, the Four Seasons announced this weekend that it will close its celebrated restaurant, Aujourd’hui, after a final dinner on June […]

Chefs

Q&A: Five Questions with Temple Bar's New Chef

Formerly of downtown Boston’s Good Life, Michael Scelfo recently took on the role of executive chef at Cambridge favorite Temple Bar. You’ve done a lot […]

Chefs

Q&A: Five Questions with Temple Bar's New Chef

Formerly of downtown Boston’s Good Life, Michael Scelfo recently took on the role of executive chef at Cambridge favorite Temple Bar. You’ve done a lot […]

First Bite: New Shanghai

Finding a stellar meal in Chinatown can be a fraught proposition, what with all the maddening quality and consistency bugaboos to contend with. There are […]

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