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Unleavened bread, soft-shell crab, the return of Formaggio's sidewalk barbecue, and more.
Here at Boston, we spend a lot of time trendspotting (so you don’t have to!)—looking for new insights into The Way We’re Eating, scouting new […]
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, […]
After a delightful lunch at the local mid-tier sushi joint (Symphony Sushi, over at 45 Gainsborough), Chowder stopped in at one of several local Starbucks […]
In these tough economic times, it’s nice to live in a city that boasts a decent crop of midpriced restaurants serving above-average food. But of […]
All right, enough already. Chowder certainly has a soft spot for comfort foods, but eventually, one tires of the same old, same old. And I’m […]
Radius, Via Matta, and Great Bay Prix Fixes Mon.-Sat., 5-10 p.m. Sharpen your knives and become a serial diner. The Radius group has put together […]
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.
It’s not easy being Asana. Or Gallery Café. Or Intrigue Café. Or Henrietta’s Table, even. All (for the most part) excellent restaurants, serving cuisine on […]
Maybe it’s just us feeling old, but we at Chowder don’t spend a whole lot of time in clubby lounges. Those so-called hotspots where the […]
At the end of the day, the food is what really matters, right? Not the following peripheral issues, which distracted from the main event at […]
Upscale dining in Norwood that’s actually worth it—who knew? Located just steps away from the Norwood Central commuter rail stop, is Olivadi, an upscale casual […]
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.
Thank goodness for all the restaurants conceived and launched before the economy tanked. Per those best-laid plans, the past few months have seen a flurry […]
The generic, large, loud, bustling spaces that make up the new L’Espalier at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel mean an entirely new concept has risen from […]
Recently I was perusing Tremont 647 chef Andy Husbands‘s blog, The Fearless Chef, and read an interesting post on truffle oil—specifically, his decision to not […]