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What to Eat (and Drink) This Weekend

Chocolate, fresh cans of a favorite beer, Lion Dance dim sum, and more.


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Peregrine, an Italian Islands-Inspired Restaurant, Is Coming to Beacon Hill

South End Buttery patio
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Ask the Editor: Which Boston Restaurants Are Featured in Movies?

Shy Bird rotisserie chickens and potatoes / bottle of wine
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The Branch Line Owner Is Opening Shy Bird in Cambridge


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Restaurants

Happy Birthday Fugakyu

With O Ya getting all the press, and Uni taking on the overflow, we were starting to forget about the city’s other great sushi spots. […]

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Bummer.

Circle Plates & Lounge, which just opened in October, has closed its doors. Guess we won’t be getting any more of Adam Gendreau‘s grits, eh? […]

Chefs

What’s the Dish?

Your Chowder hounds have sniffed down the best culinary events in town. Check back every Friday for your weekly prix-fixe of foodie festivals, cooking classes, […]

Restaurants

First Bite: Tamarind Bay Coastal Indian Kitchen

Not long ago, an acquaintance of mine (who isn’t too fond of ethnic or spicy cuisines) proclaimed that Indian food “all tastes the same”—a gross […]

Restaurants

Toro’s Well-kept Secret

Time to let you in on one of Boston’s best-kept secrets. You know Toro, Ken Oringer’s tough-to-get-in tapas place on the far end of Washington […]

Restaurants

Are We Underdressed?

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about the new L’Espalier, and how things have shaken out since its summer move to the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. […]


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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.


First Bite: Ristorante Damiano

Like most people I know, I don’t go to the North End seeking gastronomic epiphanies. I go for good food, okay wine, and great atmosphere. […]

Restaurants

What’s the Dish?

Your Chowder hounds have sniffed down the best culinary events in town. Check back every Friday for your weekly prix-fixe of foodie festivals, cooking classes, […]

Restaurants

First Bite: Asana at the Mandarin Oriental

Hotel restaurants serve many masters. They must whip up eggs barigoule and intricate oatmeal-bowl extravaganzas for the power-suited traveler. They’re obliged to turn uncontroversial lunchtime […]

Literature

Mixologist Dale DeGroff’s Holiday Drink Suggestion

Last night, bartenders and imbibers from around Boston gathered at Drink to celebrate renowned cocktail maker Dale DeGroff’s latest book, The Essential Cocktail. Small samples […]

Chefs

Got (Meat) Balls?

When I was in college, a friend of mine had a class in the Agriculture school called Meat Science, and his textbook was a brilliant […]

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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.


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Buzz: Marc Orfaly to Open Eatery at Louis Boston

We at Chowder still aren’t sure how we feel about mixing food and fashion (apart from our love for billowy trapeze dresses, which let us […]

Chefs

What’s the Dish?

Your Chowder hounds have sniffed down the best culinary events in town. Check back every Friday for your weekly prix-fixe of foodie festivals, cooking classes, […]

A Raw Deal (Or: Crudos…and Don’ts)

That’s the thing about hot trends, fashion or otherwise: They’re so popular, everyone wants in on them. And therein lies the trouble. In the restaurant […]

Chefs

Barbara Lynch’s New Lunch Spot is OMG! Good

Whenever I hear about an exciting new restaurant, I try to remember that, as a professional food editor, it’s important to maintain a critical distance, […]

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