Baker Daisy Chow makes kolaches (pictured) and more as Breadboard Bakery, which pops up at Cutty's and Clear Flour Bread this month
Restaurant News

Kolache Pop-Up Breadboard Bakery Will Open its Own Place

After three years of selling treats on the weekends at Cutty's, baker Daisy Chow has signed her own lease.


Drinks

10 Local Craft "Fridge Beers" to Keep Cold All Summer Long

Food Trends

Treat Yourself to These Five Gourmet Popsicles This Summer

Tsukiji market sampler at Uni
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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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New: Brunch for the Brunch-Deprived

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, […]


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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.


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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 […]

Restaurants

New Year's Eve Eats

Celebrate the end of ’09 (thank God it’s over!) with our abbreviated collection of restaurant parties around town. Because you should put a little something […]

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Once upon a time, Boston had small plates. Then came upscale regional Italian, the “urban brasseries,” the hyper-local and seasonal menus, and then what feels […]

Chefs

Catch This: Chef Chris Parsons competes for Bocuse D'Or spot

This week the Bocuse D’Or USA Foundation released the list of 12 semi-finalists who will go on to represent the States in the 2011 competition, […]

Restaurants

First Bite: Symphony 8

The Hub has seen a rash of new restaurant launches in the last month, headlined by the Back Bay’s Bistro du Midi, Woodward in the […]

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Like rooftop bars that open in September, we wonder how it is that a frozen yogurt spot can launch in early December. The timing may […]

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A Chef's-Eye View

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 to a […]

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Used to be, the organized chaos of a restaurant kitchen was a tucked-away affair, hidden from the view of a paying public who preferred to […]

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