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From game-changing neighborhood spots in Chelsea and Newton, to splashy chef-driven venues in the Back Bay and Fenway.
By Aviva Shen This weekend’s First Annual Food Truck Festival proved that Boston’s caught a bad case of the food truck bug. The only problem […]
By Shannon Fischer There’s been some buzz around Needham’s latest pastry shop, Treat, so we at Chowder went to go check it out. Treat is […]
By Meagan Walker Photos by Morgan I. Yeager From crunchy carrots to chewy nougat – chefs around the city are surprising their diners with tasty […]
By Aviva Shen It’s farmers’ market season in Boston. We’ve been consuming a steady supply of veggies, fruit and Vitamin D. But come November, like […]
By Meagan Walker By this time, no one needs to be told of the tragic mess on the Gulf Coast. We’ve seen the pictures. We’ve […]
By Melissa Mann The hot summer months require a little more than your standard cocktail. For a drink that can take the edge off the […]
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.
Stellar seafood, the coolest cocktails, and the reservations to make right now.
A love for local seafood inspires an al fresco feast in Duxbury.
AT FIRST GLANCE, Duxbury Bay doesn’t look like much – just another serene seascape at the edge of a quintessentially New England town. It’s edged […]
At Chowder, we do a lot of the talking (and eating, but hey—it’s our job). So we thought we’d hand over the mic back over […]
Being a food journalist comes with obvious perks—getting to dine at some of the city’s most elegant spots, hearing about cool new restaurants before they’re […]
I freely admit: I have no business posting on a food blog. My most impressive culinary feat involves sauteeing veggies to add to Paul Newman […]
In the wake of Haiti’s tragic earthquake, local bars and restaurants are rising to the occasion by hosting events to raise money for the devastated […]
Where to eat right now.
Associate food editor Jacqueline Cain can solve any dining conundrum. She has a restaurant recommendation for any situation—the more oddly specific, the better.
A slew of new restaurants have opened up in recent weeks. We haven’t yet eaten at all of ’em, but believe us: We’re trying. A […]
Eighteen years after Parish Café —that neighborhood purveyor of celebrity chef-created sandwiches—opened its doors in the Back Bay and became a fixture for area residents […]
The dining industry is used to waiting on the hungover (and grumpy) set on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. (We’re sorry!). Sadly, our city’s hardworking chefs, […]
Reading a recipe isn’t the same as taking a lesson from a trusted source. Sure, the food might taste okay, but as for its curb […]