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Lively young wines, bold new espresso from an old favorite, Thanksgiving pie, and more.
Last weekend’s snowstorm may have wreaked havoc with my tightly-packed holiday schedule, but it did have an upside. Being snowed in gave me an opportunity […]
I’ve never been much of what you might call a provider. Though proven capable of keeping plants watered (mostly), pets sated, and cars fueled, I […]
Somerville’s Ball Square has long been prime breakfast and coffee territory. There’s java mecca True Grounds, old-school Kelly’s Diner, and the cute Broken Yolk. But […]
It has become an annual tradition in the Chowder household to build a gingerbread building. Not a little cottage or an A-frame chalet, but something […]
“Did you hear there’s a raw food restaurant coming to the North End? Ugh.” So shuddered my friend, the food snob. She was talking about […]
A couple of weeks ago, I was out running errands with a friend and decided to grab a late lunch at UBurger. It was around […]
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.
You’ve had tacos, tamales, pupusas, arepas…but have you ever had a huarache? That was my pick for dinner the other night at Tacos Lupita, the […]
Some of the greatest food pleasures can also be the most inexpensive. There’s nothing better on a Sunday than reading the paper over at a […]
The cost of European wine is about to go up, according to a story in this morning’s New York Times. The dollar is weak, the […]
Jeff Fournier is a busy guy. The young chef/owner of 51 Lincoln in Newton Highlands recently inked two significant deals on new projects; expect to […]
Welcome to the inaugural post of Chowder, Boston magazine’s new daily food blog, where we’ll share our favorite food finds, restaurant news, advice on where […]
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.