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An end-of-summer pig roast, floral frozen cocktails, fried clams, and more.
By Melissa Mann Still trying to eat local? Yeah, we are, too. As the weather gets cooler, things are getting more difficult, but Darry Madden […]
By Aviva Shen Chef Ming Tsai wears a lot of hats. He’s executive chef and owner of Blue Ginger in Wellesley, the host and creator […]
By Aviva Shen Anyone who’s ever gotten to the T station just in time to watch the last train pull out knows that Boston has […]
Barbara Lynch’s new restaurant in Fort Point isn’t the only place with plush prix-fixe meals. Here, a slideshow roundup of Boston’s biggest-ticket tasting menus. View […]
By Aviva Shen “We love this stuff!” says Jim Hill, framed by a huge wall of knives. “Everywhere we’ve gone — for years, on vacations, […]
Slideshow by Melissa Mann Photos by Morgan Yeager Oh gelato, how we love thee. Denser and creamier than regular ice cream, but with a lower […]
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.
By Donna Garlough Andy Husbands knows a good rack of ribs: The chef-owner of Tremont 647 is also a member of iQue, the team that […]
By Aviva Shen We love farmers’ markets… but once we lug everything home, we usually have no idea how to use up all those heirloom […]
By Aviva Shen This weekend’s First Annual Food Truck Festival proved that Boston’s caught a bad case of the food truck bug. The only problem […]
By Shannon Fischer There’s been some buzz around Needham’s latest pastry shop, Treat, so we at Chowder went to go check it out. Treat is […]
By Meagan Walker Photos by Morgan I. Yeager From crunchy carrots to chewy nougat – chefs around the city are surprising their diners with tasty […]
Where to eat right now.
By Aviva Shen It’s farmers’ market season in Boston. We’ve been consuming a steady supply of veggies, fruit and Vitamin D. But come November, like […]
By Meagan Walker By this time, no one needs to be told of the tragic mess on the Gulf Coast. We’ve seen the pictures. We’ve […]
By Melissa Mann The hot summer months require a little more than your standard cocktail. For a drink that can take the edge off the […]
A love for local seafood inspires an al fresco feast in Duxbury.
AT FIRST GLANCE, Duxbury Bay doesn’t look like much – just another serene seascape at the edge of a quintessentially New England town. It’s edged […]