Racks of rose at Social Wines in South Boston
Drinks

Social Wines Is Taking Over Cambridge's Central Bottle

The beloved Central Square wine shop has new owners—with big expansion plans in the works.


The bar at the Green Briar in Brighton
Bars

Brighton's Green Briar Pub Is Closing for Good

Ganko Ittetsu Ramen
Restaurant News

A Popular Brookline Ramen Chef Is Opening a New Street-Food Shop

Ceviche at Gustazo Cambridge
Restaurant News

Eat Here Now: Boston's 10 Hottest Restaurants


Latest Stories

Repurposing Your Halloween Candy

Plastic shopping bags full of snack-sized candy bars have been cropping up with alarming frequency at the Chowder offices since Halloween. Far be it from […]

Chefs

Coming Full Circle

When Bob’s Southern Bistro vacated its Columbus Ave. digs in 2007, I’ll admit I mourned the loss. Sure, owner Darryl Settles went on to give […]

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, […]

Neighborhoods

The New York-Boston Rivalry, as Seen Through an Egg Sandwich

There’s a special potluck supper in Hell reserved for food bloggers of the indulgent, navel-gazing variety. Fastidious diarists, they can be counted on to chronicle […]

Restaurants

Juicy Fruit

I attended two very different tastings this past week, each terrific in its own way, one fancy, one rustic. Let’s start with the fancy, shall […]

Pumpkin Beer, Round II

Thanks to the infinitely patient staff at Sav-Mor Liquors, Chowder has been sampling additional pumpkin beers after the overwhelming response to our post two weeks […]


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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.


Restaurants

Chowder Loves: Dinner Theater. (Really.)

While I’ve always considered a good meal to be a fine form of entertainment, I’ve never been a big fan of food-with-entertainment. (See: dinner cruises.) […]

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, […]

Counting Down the Best New Foodie Road Trips (Finally…No. 1!)

Alright, Chowderheads: For all of you with the stamina and appetite to keep up on Chowder’s thousand-mile, six-week odyssey to identify the best and the […]

Berried Treasure

As the old adage goes, you eat with your eyes first. Chowder believes this doesn’t just apply to the dish before you, but also the […]

Restaurants

Double Your Pleasure

I’m usually wary of combo restaurants: Joe’s house of Pizza and Tacos, pizza/gyro joints, those Taco Bell/KFC franchises, Marche Movenpick. They tend to fall prey […]

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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.


Restaurants

Piggin’ Out

Chowder may be talking turkey a lot these days, but one meat is our always-and-forever, and that’s pork. And while we’re all about the booming […]

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, […]

Counting Down the Best Foodie Road Trips! (No. 2)

From the number of miles Chowder has put on the old Chowdermobile as of late, you’d think gasoline grew on New England trees. But neither […]

Restaurants

Upside to the Economic Downturn

Everyone’s talking about how the economic catastrophe correction is going to affect the restaurant world. I’m worried myself. Restaurants are important to Boston—culturally, economically—and they’re […]

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